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My garden does not really change much with the seasons. The poppies have finished blooming because the rain has stopped. I have emptied two beds which
Edible annual plants are the easiest way to add ornamental edibles to an existing landscape or to fill gaps in your edible landscape design.
Tips on creating a gorgeous fall garden. See autumn gardens from around the world and share your edible garden in our year round garden photo contest.
Hello and greetings, I live in south of France and I am preparing the drainage and irrigation system of my garden. I have been researching for quite a
Tips on creating a beautiful edible May garden, see May gardens from all over the world, and enter in our photo contest.
Company Name: Greening Stone Please note: This listing is provided as a free service to edible landscaping companies. I do not have information on pricing
I am handicapped, a senior citizen with health problems and this is all new to me but I'm determined to find a way to make my whole yard an edible field,
Looking for help with your edible gardens in Massachusetts? Browse our Massachusetts landscaping professionals who install, maintain, and/or design home edible gardens.
Oh, how we love spring! Tips to make your spring garden its best. See home edible gardens in spring from around the world and share yours in our spring photo contest!
Your edible garden can look great all year long! See four season garden examples and enter into our year round garden contest.
See some beautiful April gardens from around the world and share your edible April garden in our photo contest.
Flying Mammoths Landscape Design uses native and edible plants to help create a landscape design that works for you. A landscape that adds to the beauty
Gardening in the shade can be a challenge! Learn how to set up edible shade gardens here, as well as which plants will do well for your shade garden.
Share your beautiful, edible March garden, see others from around the world, and enter our contest!
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Your edible garden can be beautiful in winter. Here's how to create your lovely edible winter garden! Share your winter edible landscape and enter our contest.
For less than $1 a day you can have the edible landscaping of your dreams. Get my ebook to learn how.
Many cacti and succulents are edible! Read more about some of them here.
Create a beautiful, edible summer garden? Share it here, enter our contest, and see other summer gardens from all over the world.
Want to learn more about edible gardening? Try my free email newsletters with support, edible gardening design resources and more.
For both color and food from your arbors, walls, and fences, choose edible flowering vine plants!
Is red your favorite color? Discover how to create an edible red garden -- plants, decor, and more.
Need information on building a greenhouse, from start to finish? The Greenhouse Of The Future, a DVD/ebook combination, will give you exact details. Click here to read my review.
I am so excited about all the information ! Don't know where to start! I live in LA CA and have a beautifull yard,people live it or hate it! it is close
Share your February garden and see edible gardens in February from all over the world.
We create custom landscaping solutions for our clients. Whether it's a raised garden you're after or a way to make your edibles beautiful, we can help.
I started Gynura Procumbens inside until after our last frost (June 1st) when the weather breaks but then I saw these on a couple of leaves two day ago
What kind of fertilizer to use on pomegranate shrub. Are they alkaline or acid plants? I have a fifteen year old bush doing well but have never found
Learn about English lavender and where you can find it for your edible landscaping.
When looking for plants for your edible garden, choose from this list of perennials to get just the right effect year after year.
Information about the different varieties and types of lavender plants!
Looking for daylilies for sale online? I've found some places that sell daylilies online to get you started with your edible landscaping.
All about growing lavender in your home edible landscape
USDA, RHS, EGF, Canadian, Australian ... if you're looking online, all the plant hardiness zones can be confusing! Download a one-page pdf that shows how they compare to each other.
Why do a top ten? It's fun, it might give you some ideas, and there are pages (and expansions to pages) that you might not know even exist!
This was sort of a fun thing I began, just to help out those newbies who weren't sure how to find their hardiness zone ... it's become a whole section in itself! If you love maps, this is the place to visit.
This is a page I made and sort of forgot about, but it's one I see more and more need for, with so many people living in small spaces (with small yards). Plus, vertical gardening gives a lot of interest to an otherwise dull landscape, especially if your edible plant has colorful foliage, fruit, and/or flowers!
I get more questions and comments by FAR about growing pomegranates than about any other plant. It's one of my favorite edible plants, so that's great! :)
The fact that this page has done so well has been something of a surprise to me. But a LOT of people are interested in making edible privacy hedges, which, when you think about it, makes perfect sense!
That's pretty much all this is: a list of edible perennials. But you love it, and I keep adding to it, so it's all good!
More hedges! There's so much to say about hedges and edible hedge plants!
Now, I find this interesting. On most websites, the front page is the most visited! Our front page being #4 just shows how much people really want to know about particular subjects in edible landscaping.
For example ...
Every time I update this page I have a rush of people visiting my site -- once I had 500 people visit this page in one day!
Between drought and climate weirdness, people are looking for plants which are tough and drought-resistant. This is the obvious choice!
This page has been #1 for four years straight!
This past year I expanded it into a "herb garden section", so if you haven't visited it in a while you should stop by and read about things from how to design your garden to culinary herbs to how to plan your herb garden layout -- and more.
The top ten pages that you visited in 2014 tell me a lot about where I need to focus my time for 2015!
(Of course, if you have a burning desire to read more about something else, just contact me and let me know!)
The tomato: fruit or vegetable? See my answer (and more importantly), find out (and discuss) why!
Share your edible garden in January and see edible January gardens from all over the world.
Who says you can't have color in an edible garden? See these gorgeous red chard varieties that will spice up your edible landscaping.
Edible landscaping, funny? Well, sometimes. Here's a bit of garden humor for you.
I love stats, okay?
So I was really excited to look at mine yesterday.
This website has undergone a lot of changes since the beginning of 2014! More than double the people came to the site during 2014 compared to 2013 -- over 220,000 in 12 months! That tells me that a LOT of people are HUNGRY to learn more about edible landscaping.
Which is exciting!
I have done a lot of thinking about what I want from this website lately, and my goal is to make edible landscaping commonplace. Not some niche, but the norm! By the end of 2018, I want MILLIONS of homes to be beautifully food-secure, not only feeding stomachs and bodies with rows of produce but also feeding hearts and souls with lovely gardens.
Our world has so much talent and creativity out there -- people just need others to show the way. They need a friend, like you, to give them the courage to try.
So can you do me a favor? Go on Facebook, or Google+, or Twitter, or to your sports club, or to your religious community, or wherever your people are, and tell them about my website. Tell them about what you're doing with your yard and share your passion with them as to why.
We can change the world, one yard at a time. :)
Let me be your garden design hacker! I will re-create any garden photo with edible plants, in your yard! I call it the "Ten By Ten" Program.
Here's THE edible flowers list for your garden! Choose from this list for edible flower arrangements, candied flowers, and edible flower recipes.
If you've ever wondered how to design a herb garden, this page is for you! Tips, where to start, and when to get help.
This intensive, organic vegetable growing course takes place at Allt-y-bela over eight days between February and September 2015. Led by James Clapp, the course is designed for experienced or professional gardeners and aims to bring James' grower skills and design techniques to fine tune your kitchen garden and to challenge conventional assumptions. We will look in depth at the most fundamental aspect of Organic horticulture, the relationship between soil, plant and human health. As the year progresses, you'll see the results of the initial planning, and soil preparation, early propagation, crop choices and methods of planting out at Allt-y-bela, but we'll also have one day, visiting two other gardens, so we can take on board the experiences of other sites.
The course costs £1,560 in total, which includes a tasty wholesome lunch and coffee, tea and cakes. The days run from 9.45 until 4pm. All course days, except for Day 6 are held at Allt-y-bela. On Day 6 we will arrange to meet everyone at the first venue and will suggest near by accommodation for those wishing to travel the night before.
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Growing squash is a fun way to add edible flowers and colorful fruits to your garden. Learn how to grow squash in your edible landscaping here.
Could someone start growing spinach in their edible landscaping? YES! I give you ideas on how to use spinach in your yard design, how to handle bolting, and more.
I have moved into a fruit fly prone area... I live in S/W Melbourne Australia. I am not entirely sure of when to start protecting my crops from fruit
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