The Vegetable Garden

  • “A vegetable garden should first and foremost be a functional space”

    “With a bit of thought, the natural process of growing crops can be ordered to make it easy for the planter to pick their produce”

    Garden Design

    A vegetable garden should first and foremost be a functional space. But that doesn’t mean that the needs of the client have to go out of the window. With a bit of thought, the natural process of growing crops can be ordered to make it easy for the planter to pick their produce. This garden design was very much based around making it easy to grow vegetables and to harvest them when they reach maturity.

    Design and Build

    The site took a lot of clearing in order to bring the landscaping elements. My team worked hard and got the results we were after.
    The material combination worked very well in this instance: the gravel, the jarra sleepers and the treated scaffolding boards combined to make a robust but attractive solution.

    Planting Philosophy

    This garden focused mainly on growing a variety of vegetables with some fruiting shrubs sprinkled in and dotted around. The raised beds are built to last and they contain humus rich soil and possess good drainage.

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