Edible North Carolina Landscaping

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All of the North Carolina landscaping businesses currently in our searchable international edible landscaping directory are listed below in alphabetical order by city.

If you click on a listing, you can find more information about that company.

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Edible Yard & Garden


Wadd's Creek Farm


Outer Space Landscape Service

Do you know of a North Carolina edible landscaping company that should be listed here? Please send them to get their free showcase listing!

These listings aren't endorsements, simply those North Carolina businesses who have signed up to the showcase. I try my best to investigate each company before putting it here, but please do your own research before hiring any contractor.

If you would like to help, you can leave a review for any of these landscaping companies that you've used in the past.

Just go to the North Carolina company's listing and click on the "comments" button at the bottom to leave your review, good or bad.

Others will be able to see these comments when they visit that company's listing, which will help them decide who to hire.

No North Carolina company near you?

If none of the North Carolina companies listed here are near you, please use the search box below to search the internet for businesses in your area.

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

When you find a North Carolina landscape professional to help you with your yard, please encourage him or her to consider joining us!

Still can't find an edible landscaping business near you? Contact me and I'll see what I can do. Sometimes, if I can show someone that a real person from North Carolina is looking for them (for example, if I have your email in hand) that will encourage them to join. :)

Related pages:
Interview with Landscape Designer Heidi Schreiner -- What is the difference between a landscaper and a landscape designer? What should you look for before hiring someone? (and much more!)

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