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BaDesign
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Modern Edibles
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a bit of discussion on the web concerning the safety of using metals for edible planter beds. The consensus is that we're talking about iron and zinc (if
them? I would ask similar questions concerning the soil you use with your edibles.
found naturally in soil. I would be more concerned about the plant seeds and/ or plant starts you use. More specifically: what is their origin, are
by these oxidised troughs, long exposed to the elements. Fill with leafy plants rich in purples, silvers and muted greens to hit just the right Derek J
raised gardens- great for front yard
“garden” — ksuxane
Paintbox Garden
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Ornamental Blues
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I like the use of edible plants in a formal style.
plant lettuce out front and with flowers
like idea of putting veggies in plantings
Morris loved the same formality of vegetable gardens planted in ordered rows. Decades before the planting of Lawrence Johnson’s Hidcote Gardens, Morris’ garden
kale), for instance? Or consider planting bright red chilli bushes and red and yellow stemmed beets, with chives planted around the edges of the bed to surround
With its formal outline of tiny boxwood, this edible garden at the Montreal Botanical Garden is a feast for the eyes. Pebbled 'Lacinato' kale (Brassica
minestrone, has been grown in Italy since the 17th century and is among the plants listed in Thomas Jefferson's gardens at Monticello in 1777.
The repeat of the planting. Too lovely
“Love the blues...” — jblindzz
Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Edible Landscape Design
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info! Never tried an edible flower before, but will be sure to real soon
Good old fashioned Nasturtiums, the flowers are edible. In the cooler and wetter
edible garden nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies and johnny-jump-ups, rose petals
What to plant in an edible flower garden:
What to plant in an edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms.
and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms. Rose petals are edible as well, though the flavor varies from plant to plant. In the vegetable beds, squash
Your Vegetables Are Begging for Companion PlantsWhat to Do in Your Garden Now
What to plant in an edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets
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Spring Hill Residence
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What is the large green leaf with yellow on right side of screen just in front of fountain
What kind of plant is that on the left of the picture? Almost looks like monkey grass
what is the plant type looking like some sort
the owner of the house) was the lovely Sue Moss, an amazing talent with plants and garden-scapes, sadly now relocated to California.
side gardens are an often neglected area of landscape design. Informal paving and planting work to co
shade plantings with pavers in quiet small side yard spot
carefully planted path, but the effect is quite lovely if having open access isn’t necessary. Alternately, you can plant gardens on each side of the yard, leaving
what is the plant type looks like grass
“Side of house” — trakjester
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
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Front Yard Gardening
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Front yard gardening can be fun and functional! Add edibles into the mix, and enjoy nibbling your way through your yard!
many of the species in the flower beds, hoping I can work this for my own yard! Thanks for the ideas, this is lovely.
I noticed that the design comes from MN, would these variety of plants work on the east coast (NYC area)? Also, I recognize some varieties but
think that the scenery and the landscaping are both very beautiful. The front entrance and pathway look like a house I walked up to when I was talking
Beautiful design & choice of plants. This type of garden does require a lot of maintenance. Perfect for those
drought-resistant) plants in the front yard.
Plants and flowers lining the path, and little patches of grass at the front corners
“Landscape - love!” — Lauren
Huettl Landscape Architecture
9 Reviews
Mangan
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nclude edibles. A lawn-free yard wouldn’t be complete without some form of edibles. Build raised planters, mix edibles into a perennial border
Include edibles. A lawn-free yard wouldn’t be complete without some form of edibles. Build raised planters, mix edibles into a perennial border or simply
on the patio. Crop-by-crop guides to growing your own edible garden
14. Include edibles. A lawn-free yard wouldn’t be complete without some form of edibles. Build raised planters, mix edibles into a perennial
Both edibles and people can grab some sun in this long patio space. The contemporary styling of the metal planters matches the styling of the rest of the
the space, and rosemary creates a fragrant (and edible) division between the two sections. As a bonus, the gravel surface is both low maintenance and
chic garden with edibles mixed in
“Babe” — bfrieswykm
ModernBackyard
4 Reviews
Eagle Nest
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The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing Rosemary, thyme, and sage. You can also see a white flowering
flowering lavendar and an orange flowering perennial (not edible) in this image...sorry I do not have an ID for the orange flower, but anything with similar
The plants are edible herbs, mostly evergreen in this Pacific NW garden, including trailing
same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially with the differing variegated foliage, feels cohesive
same concept can apply to planters and containers. This mixture of edible herb plants, especially with the differing variegated foliage, feels cohesive
What plants are these? I love the look
“Drip irrigation tided into landscaping” — maryannemack
Becky Harris
Provincetown Cottage
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The very first plant at the "V" beginning of the path on the right looks like a perennial Lamb's Ear. The plant behind it with lavender flowers
the first window looks like Russian Sage. On the left side the first few plants I'm unable to see clearly. But you can see a small Rose bush with pale,
Front yard or back — plant wherever the sun is, as with this glorious profusion ...
looked a bit like this garden, with edibles such as kale (in the foreground), herbs and squash (adjacent to the house) planted here and there alongside scented
This front yard in Provincetown, Massachusetts mixes perennials, annuals, cutting flowers
These kinds of gardens take the kitchen garden from the back patio to the front yard. See more cottage gardens
Edible garden on both sides of walkway....cape cod style, gardens in front
“lintels” — RayandJanet PB
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