Are you ready to plant your garden, but are feeling a little unsure of how to lay it out?
Well, it seems everyone faces that dilemma each year. The reason is that there are so many different ways to layout your garden.
Then you have to consider what your goal for your vegetable garden is. Do you want it to give some produce but also care about aesthetics? Are you more interested in getting the most produce possible from your garden?
After you decide what your primary goal for your vegetable garden is, then scroll through the vegetable garden plans I’ve gathered from all over the internet and see which options work the best for you.
Simple Vegetable Garden Plans
Here are the vegetable garden plans:
1. Raised Garden Bed Gardening Plans
These plans are amazing. The reason is that they take each raised garden bed into account and lay it all out to scale.
Then you can see that they incorporate the purpose of each vegetable as well. For instance, you’ll see they are growing multiple beds of tomatoes.
However, they label the tomatoes that are meant for sauce, the tomatoes meant for sandwiches (or slicers), and also incorporate the other vegetables they plan to grow in smaller amounts.
This is why this thorough layout would be a great place to start if you are planning on gardening in raised beds this year.
There are 18 more garden layouts to view by clicking the link below.
19 Vegetable Garden Plans & Layout Ideas That Will Inspire You (morningchores.com)