Your Edible March Garden



The edible March garden is usually the beginning of harvest: baby greens and tasty flower buds in the northern hemisphere, sometimes poking through snow ... fruit and vegetables in bounty in the southern hemisphere, collected in sometimes hot, sometimes wet.

Taken March 16, 2013, Yale, OK (US)

March is a wonderful time to plan your autumn or spring garden.

It's also a great time of the year to start seeds and order trees.

You might also be able to get out and do a bit of garden tidying near the end of the month, assuming the weather is good enough.



March 22, 2013, Melbourne, Australia

Do you have an edible garden? Whether it's under snow, rain or sun, we want to see it!

Take some photos and share your March edible yard with us!

The March edible spring and fall garden that I like best will each be awarded a crown to wear all year long!



March Spring Garden

2015: David Silvan, WA (US)

March Fall Garden

2015: No entries



Entries are given points for:

  • Hardscape (walls, paths, walkways, etc)
  • Overall design
  • Whether the garden complements this house
  • Use of edible trees and shrubs
  • Use of edible perennials
  • Use of edible annuals
  • Curb appeal
  • Photo quality

ALL the garden entries for March will also be entered into our Spring and Fall Garden Contests, which will involve prizes!

And those who enter into these contests for all four seasons will be eligible for the Four Season Edible Garden Contest.

Will you be Queen (or King) of the Garden? You have to enter to find out!

Don't forget to leave your email address (there's a place for you to do that after you submit your photos) so I can contact you later on when you win. :)



The March contest is open! Please share your garden photos by filling out the form below.

Read more about our Four Season Garden contest!

Or if you don't want to compete, you can share your garden with us here.

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I'd like to invite you to join the Tasteful Landscape community, a group of people who love beautiful home edible gardens as much as you do!


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