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Love this design and the greenhouse in the back. Those English and their gardens! :)

This is a great idea for our school garden along with some raised beds with wheelchair access. I love the greenhouse in the back. I would like our greenhouse to be more to the left and then have some fruit trees to the right!

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gravel path with thyme planted on the outside of the planter edge - great scent as you walk past. These mortise and tenon end joinery are a cool detail. ( Kitchen Gardens - Design Chic) Rockwell Catering and Events

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Veggie Garden - Should You Start One? Fresh vegetables are more than a good reason to grow a garden, don't you think? Why start a veggie garden?

greenhouse envy Alitex - Gardens Illustrated

The perfect centrepiece to a Vegetable garden - Inspiration: cold frames south of greenhouse with interchangeable glass for starting and screens for protecting.

Co-Winner Judy Bown, Best Edible Garden | 2015 Gardenista Considered Design Awards

Best Edible Garden (Tied): Judy in Somerset, England

grape arbor

Narrow grape arbor for a smaller footprint. Grow grapes with akebia or climbing rose for additional interest. Doug, next garden bed!

Eat With Me (The World's Most Incredible Edible Gardens)

Oooh, this is pretty much exactly what I want - geometric but lots of tiny gardens with different themes instead of big swaths of each veggie. The World's Most Incredible Edible Gardens, including West Green House Museum, Hampshire, England

fence and chicken coop as edge- coop clean out directly to compost within fenced area

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Love this design too for raised beds Nice garden layout. podcast details on minute list his mineral link and what to do with your soil to produce better fruit/veg.

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