Salad Dressing: 6 Dirt Cheap Ways to Turn Your Garden into Edible Art
In 2012, we wanted an organic, raised garden table, planted by the square foot method using companion herbs and flowers. What we created was a fun, playful conversation piece that grew delicious veggies and inspired the design of the Garden Stamp. Here are six easy ways to get started on your own edible masterpiece. For more information and planting guides visit www.GardenStamp.com
Published March 1st, 2013 11:29 AM
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Ock Du Spock on Apr 11, 2014I really liked the idea of square foot gardening, but it was better in theory than in practise for me. These gardens look good when the plants are small and haven't grown, but I found it didn't give my plants quite enough room to thrive. Allowing a little extra spacing than this method suggests produced a more productive garden, but still a very "pretty" fully grown garden for me!
Michelle on Dec 23, 2016Love it I am one person and also with two dogs. I can't have a garden in the back yard ,but thought of turning one of the front flower beds into a raised garden with spinach, kale, herbs, flowers, peas and string beans. I can't eat lettuce.