Edible Oregon Landscaping



This Edible Landscape Business Showcase Page
is sponsored by:

organic wine

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The Oregon landscaping businesses currently in our searchable international directory are listed below in alphabetical order by city.

If you click on a listing, you can find more information about that Oregon landscaping company and how to contact them.



Corvallis


Garden Spaces Sustainable Landscapes,LLC


Hillsboro

Landscape East & West

New Life Landscape


Portland


Ross NW Watergardens

Verdura Culinary Gardens



If you know of a landscaping business in Oregon that designs, installs or maintains food gardens, please send them to the showcase submission page to get their free listing!

A listing in this showcase is not an endorsement; I don't have a way to verify that a particular Oregon company actually does or is qualified to perform edible landscaping services other than what they tell me.

So please leave a review or comments for any company in the showcase (whether they're in Oregon or not) that you've hired in the past -- this will help others who come after you.

Adding a review is easy: just go to the company's listing and click on the "comments" link at the bottom. Then write as much as you like, good or bad. Others will be able to see these comments when they visit that company's listing.



No Oregon company near you?

If none of the landscaping companies from Oregon that are listed here are near you, use the search box below to search the internet for landscaping businesses that specialize in culinary gardens in your area.

Just type in the words "edible landscaping" or "kitchen gardens" (without the quotes) and the city or area in Oregon that you want, the click the search button. This will open another page with results from Google to help you.



Still can't find an Oregon edible landscaping business near you? Contact me and I'll see what I can do.


Related pages:
Interview with Landscape Designer Heidi Schreiner -- What does a landscape designer do? How is this different from a landscaper? What should you know when choosing a landscaping company? (and more)

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