Most people reserve their vegetable gardens for the backyard. But more and more people are starting to use the space in their front yards to grow attractive veggie plants. Front yards often have fewer trees, so they get more sunshine. And few things bring more curb appeal than an attractive vegetable patch. Here tips for growing veggies in your front yard that look — and taste — amazing.
1. Work With Your Space
Have a little spot on the side of your yard that’s out of the way but needs some love? If it gets adequate sun, it might be perfect for growing pumpkins, tomatoes, beans, or zucchini. Also consider easy access to your garden hose, kitchen, or veggie-washing area.