Blended gardens are a trend arising from a desire to marry beauty and functionality. It’s cool to be able to say you grew something yourself but if you don’t have extra space for a segregated vegetable garden, you can very successfully incorporate edibles in your garden design. Think about edging beds with lettuce, or planting rhubarb for a striking foliage accent. For this trend, I thought I would put together some ideas for plant combinations that combine vegetables and flowers .
Chives and Iris (Jesse’s Song)
Found on Garden Web
Swiss Chard and Purple Basil
Cosmos and Herb Fennel
Roses, Lavender, and Chives
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