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Ketaki Godbole Randiwe added this to A Beginner's Guide to Urban Terrace Farming28 Jun 2019

Flowering plants The most important reason to grow flowers in your vegetable garden is to attract native beesand other beneficial insects. Without bees stopping by your garden to snack on nectar and swap pollen around, you’re going to have a pretty disappointing crop. Flowers such as bougainvillea, jasmine, gardenia, clematis, Rangoon creeper, hibiscus, rose, oleander, allamandas and plumerias can be grown in planters. You can also have a special butterfly garden that has plants like clitoria, parijaat, adeniums, lantanas, vincas and honeysuckle, which are great for attracting various species of butterflies.Read more about butterfly gardens here

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Connie During added this to My ideasyesterday

Another good use of separation; it's another way of putting in other plants.

kitchenremodeller added this to Garden23 Oct 2019

Bed with pots on an end for bigger plants

purplerd3 added this to Plants/Landscape2 Oct 2019

Try farm to table. Grow some of your own fruits, veggies and herbs and bring down both your carbon footprint and your weekly grocery bill. A few to plant this spring for a quick reward: lettuces, chives, snap peas, carrots and radishes. If you don’t have much room, try a pot of culinary herbs on your back step or a sunny windowsill, or experiment with a new ingredient like lemongrass.

Hari Vasudevan added this to Other 1930 Sep 2019

I like the gardens and the trees.

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