One of the best ways to make kit homes even better is by planning to have a garden, and depending on your place and the type of garden you are after, you can in fact find kit gardens to bring in or have installed. Having a garden up and running straight away will make it far easier for you to settle into your new kit home, and whatever kit or style you choose, your garden will make your new home a far better place to be. The following is a look at a few options and considerations if you want to have a garden with your kit home.

Bring in planters

One of the best options for a kit garden is introducing some planters, as this way you will be able to bring in as much or as little of a garden as you like, and you have the option of growing pretty much anything that will fit in a planter. A planter style garden is also highly flexible, as you can rearrange it as you please and change the look and style as often as you like.

Plan for it

Regardless of the type of garden you want, when you are planning your kit home design, make sure you have your garden in mind and are incorporating it in with your plan. Ensure the spot you have picked out for your garden will get enough sun while also being protected from the wind, and if you have grand plans for a greenhouse back there, be sure you are planning to provide more than enough space for it.

Get a greenhouse

It is easy to find a kit to put together your own greenhouse, however after the structure itself is built you are going to have to do some of your own work in getting the garden established. With the protection of your greenhouse, anything you try to grow will have a fantastic enclosure in which to do so, and depending on what you want to grow, you may even be able to find kits to help you get started.

Grow inside

If you don’t have a lot of space outside at your new place, consider creating some room to set up a garden indoors instead. There is a wide range of indoor kit gardens available these days, from basic sprout growing kits to hanging baskets of fresh herbs, so make sure you are going to have a spot with lots of light for your indoor garden to grow.

Raised bed kits

A great way to have a garden bed set up quickly and ready to be used is by picking up a raised bed garden kit from your local nursery or home outfitters store. These kits are extremely easy to put together and can enable you to have a healthy garden even in areas with poor soil. All you need is at least a small square of space in your yard that will get some sun, and you can have a raised bed garden set up and growing food before you know it.

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