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How to Grow A Vegetable Garden--Part 3: Vegetable Garden Plans

April 11, 2014

Italian-Inspired Vegetable Garden in a 6 by 6 foot bed
Photo credit: Better Homes and Gardens

Here are some garden plans to get you started if you’re not sure what to plant or how to lay out your new veggie bed.

Better Homes and Gardens offers free PDF downloads of thirteen different vegetable garden plans of various sizes and themes.

If you live in a mild winter area, you may need to adjust some plans. For example, most cabbage family crops do best when planted in the fall instead of the spring.

The adventuresome gardener may want to try GrowVeg.coman online garden planner.

Spring Harvest Vegetable Garden

Summer Bounty Vegetable Garden

Fall Harvest Vegetable Garden

Space-Saving Vegetable Garden

Italian-Inspired Vegetable Garden

Asian-Inspired Vegetable Garden

Colorful Vegetable Garden

Children’s Vegetable Garden

All-American Vegetable Garden

Patio Vegetable Garden

Beautiful Kitchen Garden

An Elegant Salad Garden

Heritage Vegetable Garden

Garden Artichokes

How to Grow A Vegetable Garden--Part 2: Grow More Food in Less Space