Any garden I've ever seen is just as beautiful as any well kept yard, even more so. We know the environmental impact of a garden is going to be different from a lawn, shrubs, etc., so that's a consideration too (most likely favorable). I suppose the fundamental problem for so many cities/municipalities stems from the challenge to the status quo, especially when it calls into question the larger worldview of many. Plow the lawns!
everybody should be doing the same...I going to have my own vegetable garden too...so the hell with them...
I will love to live next to neighbor like that.Thanks to give me an aide to move my garden in front the my house. Where we are paying taxesssssssssssss...................City Council pleases look for better thingsssssss to do.
I grow edible flowers among my veg. Nasturtiums have nice peppery leaves for salads and you can eat the flowers too which are red, yellow and orange. They can be clumps or trailing, you choose.Your officials would not like English gardens, we like to keep them full of plants, a real riot of colour.Over here we only object if people neglect their gardens, though there is no law against it.
The world would be a healthier place if everyone grew a vegetable garden.
felicidades, que elSr, los bendiga.
we need to be able to feed our families and the ability to grow some of our own is a right not a privilege.
we have many here on L.I. so it should'nt be a problem anywhere else.
bless you both don't worry am there.
I fully agree with Sunaina Yadav.