Successful Garden Design Tips 13 – A cunning way to disguise ugly vegetable patches!

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In this video I visit the West Dean gardens near Chichester, UK. They have some amazing vegetables in their kitchen garden, but what if yours don’t look quite so attractive? Well, there’s a very effective trick you can use to disguise anything in the garden you don’t want to view…

These stunning herbaceous borders in the West Dean Gardens near Chichester, UK make excellent screening to the vegetable gardens behind them.

What a wonderful way to disguise a veggie patch! The pear tree pergola walk is attractive in its own right and that also helps screen the vegetables from view.

Though, it has to be said, as veggie patches go, this is a pretty lovely one and would make any kitchen gardener proud!

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About Rachel Mathews

Professional international garden designer for over 20 years. My mission is to de-mystify garden design and make it easy for people to successfully design their own garden – without needing to spend a fortune!

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