OK, we’ve talked about a lot of different plants, but you don’t have anyplace to put them. Now what? If you haven’t already done so, get busy putting together you landscape plan. If you did it earlier, decide where to start and get busy.
Things to consider when placing gardens and hardscapes are, how much sun and shade does the area get? Which direction does the wind come from most of the time? Do you have any low lying areas or wet patches? Also, for food crops how convenient is it to the door? You’re less likely to actually eat from you garden if it a hike just to get to it. Herbs should be grown as close to the kitchen as possible so you can run out and take a snip of this or that herb, fresh for each meal.
Most important are your needs and wants, keeping in mind your budget. Remember it was suggested that you start small and get comfortable with that, then expand. Expanding a little each year will keep gardening a joy, instead of turning it into a chore.