Layering Edible Garden Landscaping
Could your home do with a little more garden landscaping? Probably so, and that is a good thing. In fact you should be very excited about it because there is nothing more fun than edible landscaping, it will get your imagination working overtime and you will have a ball planting and rearranging your vegetable plants.
By layering your garden landscaping beds you will be able to add a whole other level of beauty to your landscaping design. Your yard is the first thing that people will see when they come to your house and giving a grand tour that includes a fabulous vegetable garden is always fun and exciting. You will be the talk of the neighborhood, and for all the right reasons this time, when you do some really good garden landscaping.
Layering your garden landscaping design is easy to do. You need to know what you are going to plant first however. The choices that you make as far as plants will affect just how your garden landscaping is laid out. For example you do not want to have the taller plants in front of the shorter ones. This is obvious but you should still make a rough sketch of where you want things laid out for your garden landscaping before you begin. This will help you to keep things as simple as possible. Your garden landscaping will go a lot faster this way and you will run into fewer problems as you go.
When layering you should have about three layers. Your back row should have the tallest plants and as the rows descend so should the heights of the plants. The trick of this kind of garden landscaping is that oftentimes the plants we buy are baby plants. So you will need to consider about how large the plants will grow to be. This is key to successful garden landscaping. If the front or middle row of your edible garden landscaping design is going to grow much higher than the last row, then you will have to do some rearranging.
The layering affect of your garden landscaping design will add depth and make your garden much more interesting to look at. This is what will make your edible landscaping a success