Edible Missouri Landscaping

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We now have a Missouri landscaping business that designs, installs, or maintains edible gardens, and they're listed below.

If you click on a listing, you can read more information about that company and learn how to contact them.

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Being listed here doesn't constitute an endorsement of any particular company -- this is simply the landscaping company in Missouri which has signed up so far. So if you have knowledge about a landscaping business on this list, please help us by leaving a review.

To do this, just go to the landscaping company's listing page and click on the "comments" button at the bottom to leave your review.

Others will be able to see these comments when they visit that company's listing, which will help them know whether they should consider that company.


Eat Your Lawns Edible Landscaping, LLC

If you know of a Missouri edible landscape business that should be listed here, please send the business to the showcase submission page to get their free listing!

No company near you?

I'm so sorry! Please use the search box below to search the internet for edible landscaping businesses in your area.

Just type in the words "edible landscaping", "edible landscape business", "edible landscape designer" or "edible landscaper" (without the quotes) and the city or area you want (or add "Missouri", also without the quotes), then click the search button.

This will open another window with your search results.

If you find a Missouri edible landscaping company near you, please ask them to sign up! That way others in your area can find them too.

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

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Interview with Landscape Designer Heidi Schreiner -- What qualifications do you need to work in landscaping? What is the difference between a landscaper and a landscape designer? (and more!)

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