The backyard garden

vegetable gardenIn a properly arranged garden, there should be separate parts for growing vegetables and fruits, utility part and lounge area. It should not be complete without ornamental plants. They surround the house and the place of rest, which should be as close as possible to the house, on the west side, southwest or east. The garden is sheltered from the road by bushes; there is a playground for children or a water reservoir and attractive ornamental plants are planted here. Fruit trees can also grow here, which are also decorative. Fruit bushes, on the other hand, are usually planted along the fence, especially raspberries, which runs in the form of a row. Strawberries are planted in the vegetable part, because they are included in the crop rotation. Perennial vegetables are planned along the fence or on separate beds, because they are excluded from the crop rotation.
The vegetable garden should be rectangular in shape, because it makes plowing easier. Most often it takes place behind the house or other, less exposed, e.g.. on the side of the house, provided, that it is well insolated. In the economic part, adjacent to the vegetable garden, a compost heap is placed, builds a frame or a low foil tunnel. The above planning principles apply to both large home gardens, as well as small employee plots. In the latter case, the small area forces the user to make a difficult choice between the recreational and decorative function and the utility function of the plot., which most often boils down to reducing one of them to a minimum. Decide about it, what to cultivate and on what surface they crystallize over time. It is worth highlighting here, that in every garden it is possible to grow species and varieties of vegetables that are less known and hardly available on the market, e.g.. eggplants and artichokes, and fruit plants recommended for amateur planting, e.g.. highbush blueberry.