Kitchen Garden | Cath Wilkinson
What is in a Kitchen Garden?
The kitchen garden may serve as the central feature of an ornamental, all-season landscape, or it may be little more than a humble vegetable plot. It is a source of herbs, vegetables and fruits, but it is often also a structured garden space with a design based on repetitive geometric patterns.
So What is in a Kitchen Garden then?
10 Musts for your Kitchen Garden
On the side salad …
- Cherry tamatoes – they are so easy to grow and provide a rich source of potassium as well as giving you a wonderful tasty salad
- Baby Spinach
- Red Peppers
…. and walla you have your very own salad just waiting to be picked – prepped and served! It could not be fresher.
To fill you up a little
- Beans & vine beans are both easy to grow and wonderful to compliment your cooking.
- Sweet potatoes (and you dont even need seeds you can grow them from … another sweet potato!)
- Butternut – this is a lovely runner which is easy to grow and makes such a variety of dishes.
… oh do we have to stop here. There are so many more and once you have tasted your own produce you will never look back. A fresher bite you won’t get!