Your kitchen garden can be as elaborate as a large plot of land sporting many raised beds and trellises or as simple as a few pots on a sunny balcony. As long as you have a spot that gets five to six hours of sun (hopefully near the kitchen, thus the name), well-amended soil or a good potting medium and are committed to the process, your garden will thrive.
On the ground floor of the townhouse is this gourmet eat-in kitchen. The appliances are all chef-grade: Sub-Zero, Miele, Wolf. The countertops are marble. And the back wall opens directly onto a lovely garden patio.
This compact kitchen herb garden ensures that all the fresh seasonings you need for a savory Italian dinner are just a snip away. Six hours of sunlight a day and minimal care are all these hardy plants require to provide tasty herbs year round.
Raised kitchen garden planters made the sloped front yard into a pretty and functional space. Redwood steps and gravel patches ease access between the beds. And the whole lovely scene can also be enjoyed from the shade of the porch.
Growing a small kitchen herb garden doesn’t just add color to the room — it adds scent, taste and a dynamic element as well. To grow herbs stylishly and save precious countertop space, try this wall-mounted ceramic container set from Light + Ladder.
This spacious rooftop deck features a full outdoor kitchen making it ideal for entertaining on warm evenings. A container garden with blooming flowers and trees is a lovely natural touch in the clean, modern space.
A spacious patio presents several features as rivals for your attention, including a brick and cement fire pit, fountain garden sculpture, raised garden bed, ornate patio furniture, and an outdoor kitchen.