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If you’re new to gardening or if you don’t think you have an eye for garden planning, or you just don’t want to have to think about it too much; there are a LOT of tools out there to help you. Garden Puzzle
From front yards to vegetable gardens to patios and more. They offer various price options.
When planning your perennial garden, keep in mind the hardiness zone you live in as some of these plants are for warmer climates. Also, figure out your sun/shade conditions.
Gardener’s Supply offers several choices for vegetable gardens. They’re also in manageable sizes for most.
You can always modify the plans to suit your specific needs but these plans give you, at the very least, a starting point and at the most, a complete garden! You can relax and enjoy the planting, caring for and finally harvest of that wonderful produce. There are at least 20 different vegetable garden choices from kids garden to stir fry to blueberries and beyond!
Better Homes and Gardens offers lots of plans too and they’re free! From colorful to container, easiest to dramatic! Below is but a snippet of what they offer
Grow Veg charges a fee
Plan Garden is also for vegetable gardening but they offer a 45 day free trial.
There are also online nurseries that offer plans and the plants too. White Flower Farm offers a variety of types of gardens.
American Meadows offers numerous options too! Below is just a snippet of what they offer. (That might be my new favorite word, snippet!)