Can you plant vegetables in your front yard?

Can you plant vegetables in your front yard?

Vegetables, planted with the same principles you'd use for perennial flowers, are both attractive and productive. "If you're wanting an edible landscape in your front yard, plant smaller things in front. Plant taller longer-season veggies in back," said Patrick Rodysill of Star Apple Edible Gardens in San Francisco.

Do blueberries like sun or shade?

Once you have your location selected, make sure that the location will get full sun, at least ¾ of the day. Blueberries will tolerate partial shade, especially late in the day. Blueberries will grow in higher pH, but to achieve highest production, you will need to amend the soil around the plants.

What fruits grow in full shade?

Currants, gooseberries and sour (or acid) cherries are the best fruits to grow in shade. Rather than allowing them to form bush shapes, train them against a wall as single-stemmed cordons or as fans.

What berries will grow in shade?

Blueberries, blackberries, raspberries, and the like tolerate part sun, though with diminished yields. Currants and gooseberries, on the other hand, thrive in fairly shady conditions and feel scalded when planted in full sun.

Does Lavender need lots of sun?

Perhaps the best part? Once you plant lavender, you can enjoy its fragrance – and its flavour – long after summer is gone. Given a sunny, well-drained site, lavenders will thrive in dry, poor soil and even self-seed.

Do lavender plants come back every year?

Lavender is a perennial herb that continues to grow each year. ... Lavender is a woody perennial, so it does continue to grow from year to year, but the stems remain upright through the winter in preparation for new spring growth. With proper care and pruning, lavender will survive in the garden for years to come.

Does Lavender need a lot of water?

Lavender is drought-tolerant, which means mature plants don't need to be watered all the time like your other garden plants. Too much water can leave them susceptible to root rot and fungal disease. Young, newly planted lavender does need regular watering until established (either by irrigation or adequate rainfall).

What can I plant next to lavender?

Lavender prefers full sun and has many companion plants that can protect it from pests and stimulate its growth. Plants that are particularly good companion plants for lavender include: Herbs: Basil and oregano increase the vitality and growth of nearby lavender plants by repelling aphids and various species of flies.

Do coffee grounds keep rabbits away?

The scent repels rabbits and deer. ... Coffee grounds: Rumored to repel slugs, cats and deer.

Can lavender and tomatoes be planted together?

Among the vegetables and herbs generally considered to be compatible with tomatoes are oregano, carrots, onions, radishes (discouraging two-spotted spider mites), garlic (protection against spider mites), amaranth, chives, stinging nettle, lavender, thyme, and lemon balm.

Can you split lavender plants?

A: It's fairly easy to transplant a lavender plant, but you can't divide them. Lavenders are woody shrubs and if you split one down the middle, it will die. The best time to move lavender is in late winter and early spring.