It’s such a delight to see flowers blooming in the garden, it’s often hard to cut them to bring indoors. That’s the beauty of a designated cutting garden. Find an out of the way sunny spot in your yard, somewhere that guests won’t notice, and fill it with plants that are grown to be cut. Plant flowers among veggies, and you get flowers to cut and the flowers will attract more pollinators to your vegetables. Make sure the area is weed free. Although this garden doesn’t have to look pretty, you still don’t want your plants to have to compete with weeds for nutrients and water. Your cutting flowers will need a soil that is rich in organic matter, to improve water retention and drainage. Keep reading what to do in the source.