How do you describe a vegetable garden?

A vegetable garden (also known as a vegetable patch or vegetable plot) is a garden that exists to grow vegetables and other plants useful for human consumption, in contrast to a flower garden that exists for aesthetic purposes. It is a small-scale form of vegetable growing.

If you grow vegetables professionally, you’re called a farmer, but if you design, tend, or care for a flower garden, you’re a gardener. Planting anything on a small scale, in your own backyard, also makes you a gardener.
40 Captions For Your Home Garden Pics & Spending Thyme Amongst The Blooms

“Oh kale yeah!”

“What in carnation is going on here?”

“My garden is my best bud.”

“I think my soil-mate is my garden.”

“Help, I’ve pollen and I can’t get up.”

“Say aloe to my little garden.”

“Hey garden, you’re my all-thyme favorite.”

A food forest, also called a forest garden, is a diverse planting of edible plants that attempts to mimic the ecosystems and patterns found in nature.

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