Edible Landscaping:
Design A Yard That Feeds You

Teaching homeowners

how to use food plants in their home landscaping

since 2010.

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Perennial plants
Edible vines
Hardiness zones
Privacy hedges
Edible hedges
Herb gardens

Do you spend time, money and energy working on your yard and get grass clippings in return?

There's a better way!

Create a beautiful, well-manicured yard that returns high quality organically-grown food. Save money on grocery bills and enjoy better health, while investing in your family's future and increasing the value of your home.

Food gardens can be elegant.

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 home edible landscaping ...

  • use your favorite herbs, fruits and vegetables -- nothing tastes better than fresh from your own yard ...
  • create healthy, chemical-free yards for your children and grandchildren to play in -- while they learn where real food comes from ...
  • design a sustainable, productive, gorgeous ecosystem ...
  • show your neighborhood, family, and friends how beautiful and stylish a food garden can be ...
  • craft a truly tasteful landscape, that you can entertain in year round.

Featured Garden

Submitted by Toni from Alameda, CA (US)

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Already have an edible garden? Show us!

Get the help you need ...

... local businesses that specialize in designing, installing and/or maintaining home edible gardens ...

... advice and support for your questions and concerns ...

... a community of edible landscape artists, who love creating beautiful food gardens as much as you do.

Here you'll find:

  • ideas for landscaping with edible plants ...
  • plants that love shade ...
  • ... and how to keep your edible front yard landscaping neat and tidy (it's easier than you think!)

If you like, you can follow my journal (opens a new browser) as I convert my own yard from bland and boring to deliciously eatable.

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