Edible New Jersey Landscaping



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The New Jersey landscaping businesses currently in our searchable edible landscape business showcase are listed below in alphabetical order.

If you click on the listings, you will find more information about each company.




Berkeley Height

Yards of Plenty



Freehold

Eco-Logic Landscapes



Keyport

Ceres Victory Gardens, LLC


These listings are not endorsements, simply the New Jersey businesses which have signed up so far. You can help by leaving a review (good or bad) for any edible landscaping company you've hired, whether on this New Jersey page or elsewhere in the showcase.

Just go to the listing and click on the "comments" link at the bottom to leave your review. Others will be able to see these comments when they visit that company's listing.

If you know of an edible landscape company that should be listed here, please send them to the directory submission page to get their free listing!

No New Jersey company near you?

If there aren't any nearby companies listed here, use the search box below to search the internet for edible landscaping businesses in your area.

Just type in the words "edible landscaping", "kitchen gardens", "edible landscape designer" or "edible landscaper" (without the quotes) and the city or area in New Jersey that you want, then click the search button. This will open another page with results from all over the internet that should be able to help you.

If you do find someone, please let them know about this directory and ask them to join.

Still can't find an edible landscaping business near you? Contact me! I'll ask around to see if anyone knows of a business in New Jersey which is designing, installing or maintaining food gardens, that maybe isn't advertising yet (or might not be online). You never know unless you ask!

Related pages:
Interview with Landscape Designer Heidi Schreiner -- How do you choose a landscape professional? What should you be looking for? (and more!)

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