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Vote for the Best Edible Garden Project in Our Design Awards

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Vote for the Best Edible Garden Project in Our Design Awards

July 26, 2018

Our judges have chosen the finalists, now you choose the winners. Vote for your favorite projects in our 2018 Considered Design Awards, once per day in each of the Gardenista and Remodelista categories. Voting closes at midnight on August 3, and winners will be announced on August 6.

Below, browse the finalists in the best Edible Garden category—which is open to both amateur gardeners and professional designers—and then head to our awards page to Vote.

N.B.: Curious to know who’s winning? We reveal the rankings when you vote in each category.

DIY Vegetable Potager Garden

Gardenista editor Michelle Slatalla admired amateur gardeners Holeigh and Noah&#8
Above: Gardenista editor Michelle Slatalla admired amateur gardeners Holeigh and Noah’s DIY Vegetable Potager Garden. Says Michelle: “Symmetry and sentimentality combine in an edible garden that one day may be a family heirloom.”

Galleron Vegetable Garden

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Above: Guest judge Erica Tanov chose Lou Penning Landscape‘s Galleron Vegetable Garden for its “graceful, relaxed character,” and “use of natural structural materials—especially the willow arches and bamboo tepees.”

Kitchen Garden Transformation: Converting a Tennis Court to an Organic Foodscape

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Above: Pine House Edible GardensKitchen Garden Transformation: Converting a Tennis Court to an Organic Foodscape was another one of Erica’s favorites. “I love the combination of raised and in-ground beds as well as seating areas in this bountiful and beautifully designed garden,” she says. “Clearly, this well-thought-out garden is loved, lived in, and incredibly productive.”

Little Orphan Farm Garden

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Above: Amateur gardener Angela’s Little Orphan Farm Garden proves “gardens don’t need to be fancy to have personality,” says Michelle.

Urban Farmstead

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Above: Erica likes Urban Farmstead, calling it “wildly abundant and joyful” and noting the way the owners “creatively made use of their limited space by planning wisely and growing vertically.”

Have you chosen your favorite? Then head to the best Edible Garden category page to cast your vote.

Don’t forget to vote once per day in all contest categories on both Gardenista and Remodelista, now through August 3.

Finally, learn how to successfully design and create an edible garden with our Hardscaping 101: Edible Gardens guide.

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