Kitchen gardens, if required, will blend with almost any other garden style. They can be very small areas with planting in raised areas, between plants or laid on their own in a designated area.
Those who want self-sufficient gardens will be surprised at how easy this can be achieved with careful planning and selective planting.
Small grafted trees with multi crops, trellised and trained bushes, trees and climbers make use of many unused spaces. Not to mention, the pride you feel growing your own crops that are far tastier and more nutritious than bought greens.
Wild flowers, butterfly friendly plants and bees make this a vibrant standalone area or a colourful addition to another part of the garden.