Last year we posted about planting plants in rows
for a geometric, modern looking garden. Our inspiration was a house on our block. Passing by the other day we noticed that they've replaced some of the sage(?) that never grew in very well with a small smattering of vegetables:
From the looks of things they've got some bell peppers, chard (or rhubarb), tomatoes and squash. What we love is that they've introduced just a couple of vegetables into their garden instead of attempting a major overhaul. It's also a nice way to break up some of the geometry in the garden with the fun, leggy squash and the tomatoes which are likely to become towering.
One of the reasons we haven't built a whole vegetable garden is that it seems like such a daunting task. But adding in a couple to the garden we've got going on, well that's a lot more possible. Have you introduced any vegetables to your garden?
See what this garden used to look like.