Use nature as your guide when planting. For example, rather than creating a bed where everything grows 2 feet tall, choose a number of varieties that grow to different heights. This allows you to get more in a small spot and a design that feels natural.
Rustic yet refined, a 10-foot-long table sits in the center of landscape designer Lisa Bynon's vegetable garden in Southampton, New York. A graphic cedar deer fence encloses formal raised planting beds.