Growing vegetables doesn’t mean to be boring. You can create a Decorative Container Vegetable Garden with these tips!
1. Grow Ornamental Vegetables
Ornamental vegetables and herbs such as chard, lettuce, sorrel, kale, asparagus, tomato, sweet potato, taro, parsley, lemongrass, eggplant, cabbage can beautify your container vegetable garden.
2. Choose Beautiful Planters
Select decorative and colorful pots of different shapes and designs.
3. Add Hanging Baskets
Vegetables in hanging baskets increase vertical interest. Add them! You can grow tomatoes, lettuce, parsley, mint, small pepper varieties, strawberries in them
4. Vertical Herb Garden
Grow herbs in tiered pots, vertically in hanging gutters, or in plant holders to utilize the unused space. Check out these hanging herb garden ideas here!
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5. Grow Flowers
Flowers can make your limited space vegetable garden more interesting. You can grow rose, calendula, pansy, nasturtium, and many more. All of these are edible flowers so you can eat them, too.
6. Vary the Height of Planters
This will create visual interest and make your container vegetable garden look less stagnant and boring. Choose pots of different heights; you can use the plant stands as well.
7. Add Ornaments or Garden Art
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8. Plant Tags will Add Style
People already blame that vegetable gardens are boring. This is one way to make them a little more interesting. With plant tags, you’ll also be able to remember the names of vegetables you planted.
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9. Pot Color Matters
Except for a few colorful vegetables, almost all the vegetable plants bring monochromatic colors. You can use bright colored planters to prevent the monotonous feel.
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10. Try Quirky Planters
For the sake of uniqueness, give place to at least one quirky planter. Here’re a few ideas!
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11. Give Importance to Texture
Play with the textures of the foliage of your vegetables. Mix them to increase aesthetic appeal. For example, onion, chives, and garlic have a grass-like appearance–you can grow them with parsley, tomato or cabbage.
12. Don’t Miss Climbing Vegetables
With proper support, you can easily grow climbing vegetables in pots. First, they use vertical space, and second, you can employ them to cover an ugly wall or enhance the privacy of your balcony.
13. Grow in Combination
You can grow vegetables and herbs with similar growing requirements together. You can also create container vegetable garden combinations according to plants that favor the growth of each other together if you believe in companion planting.
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