I just love eating what I grow. The reason is simple. These veggies, herbs and fruits are totally clean. I do the gardening, so I’m all clear about their quality and origin. Of course, you can buy any of them at a nearby store at any time. The point here is they do not bring you sense of achievement. For instance, you will get satisfied with lettuce grown in your garden or in vegetable beds. Watering them every day is also a way to relax.
And, here are 25 brilliant ideas to turn your backyard into vegetable garden. If you love gardening, prefer homemade food, or just want to make use of space of your backyard, these are the way to go. They will help “green” your house and bring you a lot of vegetables to cook. Some of them are super easy to do while some require a bit more time and budge. Just choose what you love and fit your budget!
#1 Build stone wall garden beds and vegetables or your favorite (or season) inside.
#2 This lovely garden is a “Potager Garden”. It belongs to French style and contains fruits, berries, herbs, cutting, and a vegetable garden.
#3 This garden grasps your eyes with cucumber and zucchini in the front right planter plant and yellow squash and onion in the back right.
#4 Build a garden bed with wood walls and plant vegetables and herbs inside. Make sure that you water your vegetable regularly.
#5 If you love cooking in an open space, this garden is perfect for you. It features an outdoor pizza oven surrounded by lush landscaping.
#6 Vegetable containers will make your backyard “greener”. You can plant multiple vegetables into each planter.
#7 It’s a vegetable garden in Northern California whose beds and steps are composed of redwood.
#8 Let your garden bright and striking in summer with a mix of fresh vegetables and flowers.
#9 This container vegetable garden is perfect for those living in an apartment or condo or just lack space. It gives enough room for key lime trees, herbs, aloe, succulents and leafy ornamentals.
#10 It’s a garden of a home in Venice California. This garden features Cor-ten planter boxes filled with vegetables running along a bocce ball court.
#11 This vegetable garden belongs to a home in Vermont. It features raised beds full of fresh growing vegetables and lights strung overhead, making it more beautiful in the nighttime.
#12 This beautiful raised bed garden is of a house in Dutchess Count, New York.
#13 Another stunning idea for vegetable garden beds. This garden is so beautiful with a flagstone pathway leading to the beds.
#14 This charming garden features raised beds of beautiful flowers, herbs and vegetables.
#15 This vegetable garden features three cedar raised beds and is part of an overall drought tolerant garden.
#16 This beautiful garden features a heavy-duty powder-coated steel frame and glass greenhouse surrounded by planter beds of a number of veggies.
#17 It’s a organic vegetable garden. It highlights raised beds to control the type of soil used to grow your veggies in.
#18 This garden features a pyramid-shaped trellis for tomato plants. It makes these plants structured and easy to harvest.
#19 If your backyard is large enough and you are also engaged in gardening, this vegetable garden is perfect for you. Build vegetable beds with stone walls and grow vegetables and herbs in.
#20 Raised planter beds and vertical wire trellis are what define this garden. You will harvest plenty with it.
#21 It’s a DIY vertical garden. Vegetable planters hang on a wire rack wall. If your backyard is lack of space, you can try this idea.
#22 Vegetable planters of different sizes and colors come together to make this vegetable garden.
#23 Grow vegetable in raised planters, and place garden stakes with colorful signage next to each for easy organization.
#24 Another brilliant idea for raised garden beds. Make sure that you pick up suitable soil for each vegetable.
#25 You can turn a set of PVC pipe gutters into a hanging vegetable garden. Plant lettuce, chives and herbs inside.