5 Unique Vegetable Gardens

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5 Unique Vegetable Gardens

With our greenhouse progress slowed due to heavy rain I’m stuck just thinking about gardens so I’ve decided to put together a list of 5 of the most unique vegetable garden‘s that I’ve come across online.

  1. In the desert there is limited opportunity to grow your own food but over at Desertification they figured it out how to eek out a garden.  They are growing a veggie garden in plastic bottles. They’ve got how to instructions for turning your bottles into planters.
  2. This adorable lofted vegetable garden keeps the dog out and the veggies in the sun (via DigginFood).
  3. This shoe organizer garden is by far the simplest way to implement a vertical garden that I’ve seen yet. (via gardenUPGRADER)
  4. My friend Amy at Homegrown has one of the most unique vegetable garden‘s that I’ve seen. Instead of having a dedicated space her whole yard is the garden, even front steps and the bunny’s house.
  5. Eva in the Garden shows off some unique garden ideas. My favorite is the tin can garden where tin cans are nailed to the wall and planted! This would be great for a small kitchen garden or an herb garden.

Jennifer

Jennifer is a busy working mother of two who, along with her husband, has chosen to unschool her children. She currently blogs about her experience with the challenges and fun of unschooling along with her love of crafting and cooking at HarmonicMama.com.

7 thoughts on “5 Unique Vegetable Gardens

  • March 20 at 11:47 pm
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    These are glorious, Jenn, thanks!

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  • April 22 at 8:50 am
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    I was looking at garden images and came across your green wall of plants; the planters made of large tin cans. I love this idea and as I was looking at it, could see it used in so many different ways. I am thinking about adding large can pots to posts in my garden and putting my herbs in them. I never seem to know where to put the herbs, but this way they could be close to the house, and ornamental/decorative. Thanks for the idea.

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  • June 21 at 3:44 am
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    Was actually doing a search and came across this website. I must admit that this article is on point! Keep writing more. I will be following your articles

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  • July 1 at 10:57 am
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    Love these ideas. Especially the shoe organizer and coffee can ones : )

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