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I hope all of you are well.
The Tasteful Yard Design course is for homeowners who want to change their landscaping to one which suits their family's needs - and do it themselves. It's a 12 module course which takes you from where you are to a completed, installed home edible landscaping.
The course has been around since 2013 and keeps getting better!
I'm writing to let you know two things:
1) I'm moving the Tasteful Yard Design course to a new software system hosted by Teachable, which will make the course much easier to use. 2) To celebrate, I'm re-opening the course with a 50% pre-order discount!
The half price sale ends 9pm US Central time June 11th.
I have self-study and group options available, so you should be able to find the course structure and level of support that's right for you.
Hope to see you there!
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I live on a saltwater lagoon and I am in my second year growing vegetables (trying), so far I have had some success with tomatoes, lettuce, cucumbers and
I have lime and lemon on pots. They give very godd juicy fruit. Was wondering if pomegranates can grow that way too Hi, Jonaid - Almost any pomegranate
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Question:I live in a Zone 3. I am wanting to grow some fruit trees. Which would be my best choices? Answer: For those of you who aren't familiar with
Kim's Green Gardens is located on a working farm in South Africa. The business has been in the Eastern Cape for over 30 years. Kim, the owner is also a
For help with your kitchen gardens in South Africa, consult the Eastern Cape landscaping experts listed here.
We are in the medical profession and are just concerned if it's safe for consumption - and what is the name of the plant. It looks like a succulent.I
If you need a professional who designs, installs, or maintains home edible gardens in Missouri, check out the Missouri landscaping listings here.
My Swiss Chard in my garden has Cercospora Leaf Spot. Is it ok to eat? Hi, Carmen - It's not going to make you sick, if that's what you mean. But the
My promegrantes split before maturing on the vine. Hi, Joyce - The biggest cause of pomegranates splitting is overwatering. You shouldn't be watering
Edible landscapers, edible landscape designers, and other companies who install, maintain, or design home edible gardens - submit your free profile to my international business showcase today!
Pauly 'The Worm Whisperer' Piccirillo discusses the wonders of worm compost and how to create this special compost at home.
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Rock Castles Landscaping was founded in 1999 by Max Phelps, a native of Somerset, Kentucky. Rock Castles was started while Max was living in Rockcastle
Need some vines to cover fences, trellises, and walls? Learn about the variety of edible vine plants for your home edible landscaping.
Edible Landscape Design's summer sale, June 1-15, 2016
Want a garden without weeds? Learn more about ecological gardening in this interview with garden designer and environmental consultant Jonathan White.
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I have a long rectangular balcony that is 40 feet long and I want to maximize the growing capacity by stacking 3 levels of shelves along the length of
Here you can get a variety of helpful edible landscaping-related sheets, workbooks, and ebooks for download to your computer.
I'm going to be moving to a new email provider called ConvertKit. What this may mean is that your email might look a bit different. It will still come from me and have the same awesome stuff in it!
If you have any trouble at all with getting your email or if you receive something out of order, please let me know!
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If you're new to gardening, edible landscaping can see daunting. Here's where to get started.
Start here to learn about all that the Edible Landscape Design website has to offer. Over 400 pages of organic food gardening and edible landscaping tips, courses, and books.
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If you're in Ontario, Canada and need an edible landscape professional, see the Ontario landscaping businesses that specialize in edible gardens.
Vegiscape is a sustainable agriculture company focusing on two distinct areas. 1. Edible landscaping installations, consultations and service, and 2.
Oregon landscaping companies that specialize in edible landscaping, edible gardens and edible landscape design.
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Homeowners: want to grow food, but worried about curb appeal?
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The December Garden can be one of the most beautiful! Here's how.
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Looking for some cool gadget gifts for the gardener in your life? Here are some fun holiday gift ideas to help your loved one with their edible landscaping.
If you're tired of looking everywhere for information on edible landscaping and just want to know where to begin, this booklet can get you started.
All of my pomegranates have split on the plant they are growing on. Is it still okay to eat these? They look delicious, but I don't want to make anyone
Here's how to have a beautiful, edible November garden, no matter where in the world you live.
Edible landscaping is something we need in order to bring peace to our world.
And so I've written a short free ebook on the subject. I hope you'll take a look.
The primary focus of Yards of Plenty is creating landscapes that fit into the environment. We design and install natural and sustainable landscapes, as
Whether you need gardening gift ideas or free homemade gift ideas from your garden or kitchen, the Edible Landscape Design Holiday Gift Guides will help.
Who says you can't have color in an edible garden? See these gorgeous red chard varieties that will spice up your edible landscaping.