I borrowed an electric tiller to till along a fence to plant sunflowers...to cheer the place up.
I had so much fun, that on a whim, I created a curved 25'(ish) by 13'(ish) bed, thinking I could put a nice flower bed it. It's shaped like a " D ". It faces the street. It has a Yuka bush (?) in the top center of it (built the bed around it).
So now I have this huge area to make pretty. Only....I didn't think this thing through and don't want to spend all sorts of $ on flowers. I could, I guess...but I don't want to.
This side of the house was/is where my dog poops. I read dog poop can be harmful and you should only plant ornamental plants where it's been. It's full sun/great for veggies. Its the side of my yard that faces a busy street (it was supposed to be a nice decorative flower bed)....
Can I put veggies/fruits here instead? Or should I stick to my original plan? I'm asking in the aspect of safety (dog poop) and visual appeal....and whether or not a "curved" veggie garden is even doable.? TIA.