Suchet Singh Yadav
Suchet Singh Yadav

I do not agree of having a Vegetable Garden in the front of your House. Why do not you have a Vegetable garden at the rear of the house? In India we never have a Vegetable garden in the front of a house and we always have it at the rear of the house.

Johnathan Shultz
Johnathan Shultz
  • Suchet Singh Yadav

...so...

Suchet Singh Yadav
Suchet Singh Yadav
  • Suchet Singh Yadav

The front Vegetable Garden will totally spoil the asthetic sense of a house.

Sunayana Singh
Sunayana Singh
  • Suchet Singh Yadav

I'm sorry but I don't appreciate the patronising tone being used here. Everybody is entitled to their opinion and it takes a very mature and tolerant individual to accept a parallel thought process that's different from theirs. Most importantly, doing courses does not develop aesthetic sense! Coming from a predominantly farming family running a full fledge organic farm in India, we don't need courses in horticulture, gardening, soils etc etc etc to understand the underpinnings and importance...

I'm sorry but I don't appreciate the patronising tone being used here. Everybody is entitled to their opinion and it takes a very mature and tolerant individual to accept a parallel thought process that's different from theirs. Most importantly, doing courses does not develop aesthetic sense! Coming from a predominantly farming family running a full fledge organic farm in India, we don't need courses in horticulture, gardening, soils etc etc etc to understand the underpinnings and importance of sustainable farming. YES patchy front ended vegetable gardens will ruin the look of a house. A back kitchen garden or even container gardens are much better and viable options.

Deborah Petrie-Ballachino

AS I was going to say..WAKE UP AND SMELL THE VEGETABLE!

Cherish Larson
Cherish Larson
  • Deborah Petrie-Ballachino

SIGNED...

Sophie Hache
Sophie Hache

puff c'est pas possible de voir encore des gens qui trouve çà bizarre alors qu'ici on en a tous un de ptit jardin! c'est essentiel pour bien manger.

Sophie Hache
Sophie Hache
  • Sophie Hache

ha ces américains!!!

Sylvia Santos
Sylvia Santos

I hope the Code Enforcement gets a grip and stop harassing the people for growing their own vegetables, whether it is in their front yard or back yard. Good Luck!

marilyn Sheffield
marilyn Sheffield
  • Sylvia Santos

AMEN SISTER! PEOPLE HAVE THE RIGHT TO GROW VEGGIES N IN MY BOOK EVEN POT IF IT MAKES THEM :) <3 MAN U THINK THEY WERE MAKING CRACK OR SOMETHING!!

Debe Hudson
Debe Hudson

I don't understand a problem in planting an edible landscape. What is the prob?

Shauna Dumey
Shauna Dumey
  • Debe Hudson

in a lot of neighborhoods its against the neighborhood ordinances. most say something to the effect that landscaping must be ornamental and conform to the landscapes around them. its ridiculous really.

De Peaslee
De Peaslee

Heard that somewhere in Canada, a town is trying to ban ALL home gardens! This gov. nose in everyones business needs to stop!

Henry Flynn
Henry Flynn
  • De Peaslee

That is what the country just put in Office BIG Gov supporters

Taryn Greendeer
Taryn Greendeer

We have a "Weed Commissioner" in our town. There are 36 weeds on the Noxious Weed list (including Daisies and Blackeyed Susans). If spotted having any one of those "weeds" in your garden (even in the backyard!), you are notified to destroy it. If you fail to do so, you are warned that the city can remove the weed (even spray toxic chemicals!), and you will be fined. Failure to comply can land you in jail. Ordinance was implemented in 1971. I currently owe $50. And all of this in a county...

We have a "Weed Commissioner" in our town. There are 36 weeds on the Noxious Weed list (including Daisies and Blackeyed Susans). If spotted having any one of those "weeds" in your garden (even in the backyard!), you are notified to destroy it. If you fail to do so, you are warned that the city can remove the weed (even spray toxic chemicals!), and you will be fined. Failure to comply can land you in jail. Ordinance was implemented in 1971. I currently owe $50. And all of this in a county that professes to produce the largest ammount of Organic food in the nation!

Allard Marx
Allard Marx
  • Taryn Greendeer

Weed. Hahahaha

Jan Lisi
Jan Lisi

I have a BEAUTIFUL front yard garden, vegetables and flowers. I eat from it every day and in this tourist town of Calistoga people stop and take photos and tell me how wonderful it is! How odd not to allow people to do this.

Jan Lisi
Jan Lisi
  • Jan Lisi

I hope you will consider signing this petition, I did.

Janet Benton
Janet Benton

We love our front-yard vegetable garden in Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania. Many of our neighbors have front-yard gardens, too. Vegetables can't grow without sun! And for many, our big backyard trees make a backyard garden impossible. Would it be preferable for people to cut down their backyard trees so they can grow veggies there? NOT!

Sue Gage Jennings
Sue Gage Jennings
  • Janet Benton

That is one of the reasons the first person in our city to get fined for growing 2 tomato plants in her front yard was growing them there. We have a huge tree canopy, being a city of trees. Now anyone can plant what they want in their front yard instead of only lawn. Sustainable Urban Gardens www.sacgardens.org

Tineke Dubbelman
Tineke Dubbelman

Go for it! It is your garden and it really looks great!

Chel Byrom
Chel Byrom
  • Tineke Dubbelman

Nice as it is you could get creative with your herbs and veg. Many have flowers and they all have interesting foliage. Why not plan their individual needs with your plot so that you can walk around a prettily-conventional-styled garden and still get maximum produce? Once the principle of private property, private use has been won anyway. Good luck.

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