Invest in a tasteful yard -- create your own edible landscaping
We spend time, money and energy working on our yards, only to get lawn clippings in return. Why not create a beautiful, well-manicured yard that gives you organically-grown food instead?
Whether you have been gardening for decades or are a complete beginner, you can create lovely, polished landscaping using food plants -- even in the front yard.
Learn how to design your own edible landscaping ...
... using your favorite herbs, fruits and vegetables ...
... healthy, chemical-free yards for your children and grandchildren to play in -- while they learn where real food comes from ...
... showing your neighborhood how beautiful and elegant a food garden can be ...
... creating a truly tasteful landscape, one that you can be proud to entertain in.
Get the help you need ...
... local businesses that specialize in designing, installing and/or maintaining home edible gardens ...
... advice and support for your edible garden questions and concerns ...
... a community of edible landscape artists, who love creating beautiful food gardens as much as you do.
Here you'll find:
If you like, you can follow my journal (opens a new browser) as I convert my own landscaping from bland and boring to deliciously eatable.
Submitted by Lisa from Staten Island, NY (US)
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Your comments ...
I love plants & am thrilled to see a site like this. Cathy
I enjoyed your pages because they had REAL information ... and in-depth info. Not the usual surface stuff which leaves you with so many questions still unanswered. Great job! Amy Crawford
Thanks for your work. I believe people like you will
be instrumental in helping environmentally conscious people survive into
the future. Keli
What I'm most excited about is finding a community of creative and like-minded people who think that vegetables are BEAUTIFUL works of nature's art and deserve to be on display in their full glory! Lisa Kiefert-Inzerillo
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