Plant a Perennial ‘Backbone’ for Your Vegetable Garden | Transition Cornwall +

A perennial “backbone” will not only increase the aesthetic qualities of your vegetable garden landscape, but it will also welcome all kinds of beneficial insects and animals to your garden.Illustration by Holly Ward BimbaElderberries, gooseberries, blueberries, raspberries, black currants, boysenberries and rose hips are great, colorful fruits to grow in your garden.

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