Lisa Newland of Yankton has incorporated ways of gardening that she saw in Taiwan in her Midwestern garden. One of her last areas of lawn that she turned into garden is an area beside her house. Besides pathway to get to a meditation area in the distance and the back yard, Newland decided to create an edible garden of broccoli for ornament and food. The space worked well for both, and her family harvested broccoli from the plant bed.
See more ways Newland incorporated what she saw in Taiwan in her yard in the article below. She and many gardeners are wise with small spaces that can be quite productive and attractive like this bed.