Longwood’s lovely veggie garden has some great ideas

Today’s GPOD again comes from Fine Gardening  assistant editor, Carol Collins:
Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, PA  is best known for their topiaries, over-the-top ornamental beds, and fabulous fountains. But if you are a vegetable gardener, you won’t want to miss their inspirational edibles garden. Here are some shots I took in July 2016.”

Split bamboo edging is a simple, attractive solution for keeping wandering feet out of garden beds.

‘January King’ cabbage

Artichokes have a big, bold garden presence.

Here’s a cool trellising idea using split bamboo.

‘Noon Ta Klong Pea’ eggplant has foliage to rival any perennial

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