Our last installment in our DIY month on Inspired Space, is DIY Herb & Veggie Patch. To me there is nothing better than fresh veggies straight from the garden, organically grown, and full of flavour. You just can’t beat it!
When time permits, we try to grow our own vegetables. It’s hard to believe how quickly time is flying, but it was almost (exactly) 12 months ago that I shared our veggie patch with you, along with our herb garden which The Builder built on the deck for me earlier this year after I had some health issues which prohibited me from wandering downstairs to the garden.
Here are some ideas that might give you some inspiration to start your own veggie patch.
DIY Herb and Vegetable Patch ideas
Ewa in the Garden shows us how to build a raised no dig garden bed.
This is a great post from The Plumbette on ways to Style Fresh Herbs in Your Kitchen.
Here is an informative post from Eight Acres on how to set up a worm farm, which provides the all important nutrients and fertiliser for your veggies and herbs.
Down to Earth has some great tips on building your own compost heap:
along with some more great advice on How to Start a Vegetable Garden:
Helpful Homemade show us how to build a DIY vertical planter garden.
Loonyville show us how they made raised garden beds along their fence in a small yard.
Instructables show us how to make a veggie patch out of old tyres.
What are your favourite vegetables to grow and eat? Ever had a total failure in the veggie patch?