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An Eye-Catching Kitchen Garden Plan

Enjoy a full summer of homegrown vegetables with this ornamental potager garden.

Free Garden Plan

Our free Planting Guide for this garden includes a larger version of the illustration, a list of plants for the garden as shown, and complete instructions for installing the garden. (Free, one-time registration allows unlimited access to Planting Guides for all garden plans.)

This large semiformal vegetable garden features warm- and cool-season crops, decorative annuals, evergreen shrubs, and rustic decorative elements. It measures 30 x 30 feet, which includes four 13-x-13-foot beds. The garden requires full sun and is recommended for all USDA Zones, with the exception of the boxwood, which grows best in Zones 6 to 8. Ask your nursery for an alternative low hedge plant in other areas.

Garden size: 30 x 30 feet

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