10 Backyard Vegetable Garden Ideas for Beginners

1. A small single-variety garden

Four tomato plants fit in a four-by-four-foot raised garden bed. This gives the plants room to grow and lets you add tomato cages for climbing. A single-variety garden is ideal for beginners because it doesn't require varying sun and irrigation

2. Expanded raised-beds garden

Consider the future landscape design when choosing a vegetable garden spot. You can add beds and change the veggies in each bed as you get used to vegetable garden ideas.

3. A slender garden

Create a narrow garden around a fence, wall, or other tighter part of your property to maximize square footage. Climbing cucumbers, zucchini, and squash thrive in these gardens.

Easy to grow garden ideas

Angelov: “Most veggies need full sun to grow happy. New plant and vegetable growers should realize that tomatoes, cucumbers, and peppers grow easier than others.

Themed garden ideas

1. A salad garden

Grow lettuce, peas, carrots, radish, cucumbers, and bush cherry tomatoes.

2. A culinary herb garden

Vallin Kostovick recommends basil, oregano, thyme, sage, parsley, dill, and rosemary for novices. Mint, another easy-to-grow herb, spreads fast, so keep it in a window-sill box.

3. A salsa garden

Plant spicy peppers, bush tomatoes, cilantro, and onions if you like salsa. You'll be making jars of homemade salsa in no time.

4. A sauce garden

"Plant a sauce garden to take your pasta game to the next level," suggests Vallin Kostovick. Grow bush tomatoes, basil, onions, and oregano to make a wonderful sauce.

5. Edible flower garden

"Plant a sauce garden to take your pasta game to the next level," suggests Vallin Kostovick. Grow bush tomatoes, basil, onions, and oregano to make a wonderful sauce.

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