Errrr ... scarecrow design ideas?

by Natasha Starkell | 18.01.2014 | 6 items | cabbage , buxus , cauliflower , beets , leeks | 0 comments | Rating: 0 votes

vegetable garden layout

We are not after the scarecrow after all. Here is another example of tidy vegetable beds.

This vegetable patch sports well-maintained beds of beets, leeks, salads and variations of cabbages and ... a scarecrow. The latter has done a good job protecting cabbage and cauliflower from an army of pests that tend to destroy brassica plants. I wonder if it works against snails?

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Beta vulgaris

Beta vulgaris

Beta vulgaris subsp. vulgaris Pablo
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Allium porrum

Allium porrum

Leek
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Leek
Brassica oleracea capitata

Brassica oleracea capitata

Brassica oleracea capitata Gunma
3.89 €
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Cabbage

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Buxus

Buxus

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