Vegetable Garden Templates
Planting a garden can be overwhelming without planning it. Garden templates help you decide what is best for the season, what you want to cook, and how to organize it with sun direction. You can make raised beds or use part of your yard to plant your vegetable garden. Here is a list of different vegetable garden designs that will help you decide how best to construct your garden layout. These designs are based on the sun coming from the left, so the larger plants don't block the sun from the shorter. Pick a spot in your land that gets at least 6 - 8 hours of full sun. Check out our other garden designs, Ethnic Garden Designs and Seasonal Garden Templates.
Grow your Favorite Ingrediants Gardening
Growing a Salsa garden in the summer can offer you all the ingrediants to create a crowd pleasing salsa without going to the market. Plant tomatoes, tomatillos, hot peppers, bulb onion, green onion and cilantro.
Their is a popular composting called lasagna gardening, but this is a plan for growing the right vegetables for a lasagna. Grow tomato, eggplant, zucchini, spinach, garlic, parsley, bulb onion, carrots, basil and oregano in the summer months. I hid the spinich around some taller plants in the template since it is not a summer crop.
Culinary Herb Garden
Herbs can be planted in kitchen windows, planter boxes or full garden plans. To plant a culinary herb garden that will make savory dishes here are some plants to consider are rosemary, fennel, hyssop, thyme, sage, chives, garlic, parsley, mint, dill, oregano, and basil. Check out some of herb benefits here.
Medicinal Herb Garden
Herbs can be great for flavoring your dishes but also beneficial to your health and well being. To plant a medicinal herb garden some plants to choose may be candytuft, fennel, st. Johns Wort, ecinacea, bee balm, caraway, lavendder, chamomile, rosemary, ginger, garlic, cayenne pepper. Check out some of herb benefits here.
Combinations of different herbs, or just one by itself can make a great cup of tea. Planting the following herbs in your garden can allow you to make combinations of different tea drinks. Plant cinnamon basil, anise hyssop, licorice, rose hips, lemon verbena, lemon balm, peppermint, orange mint, pineapple sage, bee balm, and chamomile in your tea garden for some wonderful tea receipes.
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Resources : http://thedemogarden.org/garden-templates/, http://www.organicgardening.com, http://www.pallensmith.com/articles/spring-vegetable-garden
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