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Vegetable Gardening

If you would like to begin vegetable gardening or improve your current property, contact Dean Bjorkstrand Landscaping online or call 612-861-3919. We design and install beautiful gardens for home and business owners in Minneapolis / St. Paul.

It has economic value. Having a home vegetable garden comes with its own economic benefits. Intense gardening practices can very easily yield produce valued at high prices. If your main goal is to generate revenue from your vegetable garden, you should focus on 


economically viable produce like cabbages, potatoes, or other winter crops.

Gardening activities provide good opportunities for cardiovascular exercise, strength training, stress release, and stretching without all the expenses of a gym. This means that having a vegetable garden can help to improve your overall physical and mental well-being.


Vegetable Gardening has various benefits at both a personal and communal level. Whatever you may be looking for, a vegetable garden could serve as a viable option to add or improve your existing operation with help from Dean Bjorkstrand.

Whether you have a smaller, urban property or a sprawling property with acres to spare and 


space to garden, vegetable gardens can be a great way to spend your personal time and find some relaxing time outdoors. These plots can be large or small, be it one Raised Garden Bed or a more expansive endeavor that grows a large number or wide variety of plants such as Lettuce or Cucumbers.

These can also be for personal kitchen use or even to sell at local farmers markets or distribution to your neighbors. Producing more popular items like Lettuce, Cucumbers, Cabbage and Carrots could be a good investment for selling these products of your labor off to members of your community.


In addition, a personal garden can also be used to help your own culinary experience, adding coveted greens and vegetables to your kitchen without having to go to the grocery store. Common examples include Tomatoes, Kale and Squash.


Vegetable gardens can serve a variety of functions, each one with its own set of benefits. 

Growing rare vegetable varieties can yield lower harvest volumes of gourmet produce and ingredients not found at your local stores. You can also use specialty gardens to grow ingredients for some of your favorite recipes.


Raised beds combined with vertical trellising and intense gardening practices can help to generate maximum yields and a range of vegetables using minimal ground space. Conventional flat-ground garden rows also allow the use of a motorized tiller and swift hoeing for efficient large-scale production.