As we already know, most vegetables that are usually bought on the market contain pesticides. These pesticides can endanger the health of people who consume them. Why not start making your own vegetable garden?
Having your own vegetable garden not only gives you economic benefits, but also green homes. To make your home more beautiful, you don’t have to stick to the “standard” garden design on the yard.
There are many creative ways to create a beautiful vegetable garden, including for the owner of a narrow yard.
Here are 15 interesting ideas that you can apply at home.
1. Hanging Vegetable Gardens
Hanging vegetable gardens are a popular choice for owners of narrow yards. You can use pots, used cans, or used bottles as a planting medium. You can hang it on the wall or install a special wooden board for this garden. However, remember that these pots will be heavy due to soil and water, so you have to make sure the pots hang firmly.
2. Mini Garden In A Wooden Box
A low wooden box can be a portable “mini” vegetable garden, suitable if the sun does not illuminate the entire yard to its full potential. Wooden crates can be an ideal planting medium, especially for wood panel parts that have gaps, suitable for irrigation. You can put the wheel at the bottom so it is easy to move if necessary.
You can grow vegetables that are easy to grow and often harvested, such as carrots, lettuce, cabbage, and onions. They look beautiful when they grow together, but after harvest, they will look “flat” so it doesn’t take up a lot of space.
3. Garden With A Beautiful Collection Of Pots
Use pots with various designs to grow vegetables. You can choose a unique pot that matches the backyard design. Make sure the pot is exposed to a lot of suns. When placing a pot, notice how the pot will be seen while side by side with the house.
4. High Planting Media
Highland vegetable gardens may be normal, but what if you make a waste garden vegetable garden? Such gardens are useful for avoiding pests and reducing the workload of working on the land.
After seeing a few inspirations from the vegetable garden above, it felt increasingly impatient to immediately have my own vegetable garden!