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ripped out the shrubs and planted a vegetable garden in the front yard.

There are many easy front yard landscaping for homeowners that are easy to find. Either way you can have front yard landscaping that will take minimal work.

Five Tips on how to start a family/school vegetable garden this spring

5 Tips on How to Start a Family Vegetable Garden this Spring!

lettuce border...yum-o homegrown lettuce is DELISH!

Tips for Designing the Perfect Garden

Tips for a beautiful garden! Take advantage of the beauty of edible plants and incorporate them in the landscape. Here, bright green and red lettuces form an intriguing border planting and eliminate the need for a separate vegetable garden.

Square-foot gardening in a small yard from start to finish with layouts and Lessons Learned (the hard way)

THIS IS AWESOME LINK! Square-foot gardening in a small yard from start to finish with layouts and Lessons Learned (the hard way)

Great idea if your garden area is on a slope....A Tiered Garden

Haunted Swamp Designs: Bluebirds and Blueberries! Tiered Gardens too! Tiered raised beds on a slope.

front yard vegetable and flower bed-I don't think my neighborhood would be thrilled    from http://thecasualgardener.blogspot.com

How To Build A Sustainable Ornamental Edible Vegetable Garden Design In Your Front Lawn - Shawna Coronado

There's no question that organic compost is good for our vegetable gardens and flowerbeds, but some argue that compost bins are a big eyesore in an otherwise beautiful backyard. These six examples prove they don't have to be! If the appearance of compost bins has held you back from having one, these ideas will change your mind./

6 Compost Bins that Aren't Eyesores

There's no question that organic compost is good for our vegetable gardens and flowerbeds, but some argue that compost bins are a big eyesore in an otherwise beautiful backyard. These six examples prove they don't have to be! If the appearance of compost

Growing strawberries while keeping birds & squirrels out.

Growing strawberries - 12 feet by feet; and has four hinged lids with hooks and handles. The lids have hardware cloth to let the pollinators in and still keep the birds and squirrels out.do this in raised, counter height, beds.

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