What does it look like?A pizza garden is a circular plot in your yard, which is divided into pie sections, making it look like a pizza itself. In each pie section, you’ll grow a different herb or veggie. For example, oregano in one, tomatoes in another, basil in yet another, and so forth.
What to plant in your pizza oven?Some things are a must-have on almost any kind of pizza. Here are the non-negotiables of your pizza garden:
- Tomatoes Is there any veggie that has had more of a starring role on pizza than the fresh, juicy tomato? From margheritas to capricciosas, the tomato is one of the fulcrums on which tasty, traditional pizzas are based. The best part about having tomatoes in your pizza garden is that they’re super easy to grow! Your pizza garden should be in full sun, where herbs and tomatoes flourish.
- Basil and oregano These herbs are the stars of many different pizzas, so it’d be pretty much sacrilege to exclude them from your pizza garden. Plant each herb 15 inches apart in the same pie in your pizza garden.
- Capsicum Capsicum is another essential veggie and it can be added to pretty much any type of pizza. It’s super versatile, and a great way to get more vitamin C in your diet.
- Onion Versatile, packed with flavour… who are we kidding? The onion needs no introduction. The best thing about having onions in your pizza garden is that, if you’re anything like us, you’ll be able to use them for a whole bunch of your other favourite dishes which feature onion.
- Parsley Parsley is a secret weapon in the pizza department. Use it on pesto and prawn pastas, or sparingly on your next margherita.
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