67,734 edible gardening Landscape Design Photos

Jean Marsh Design
9 Reviews
Edible Landscape Design
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Looks great and thanks for the 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 winter months they go all over the place, always fun.
quesadilla. Be safe and remember to keep pesticides off edible plants.
What to plant in an edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms. Rose petals are edible as well, though the flavor varies from plant to plant
Landscape Architects & Designers Edible Landscape Design design & photos by Jean Marsh Category Landscape Location Orange County
safe and remember to keep pesticides off edible plants.
What to plant in an edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies 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 blossoms
“fence” — medoredooze
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
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approx size of garden area needed
Nice way to create a small garden
Great way to have a garden with limited space
a kitchen garden. The edible garden movement is growing by leaps and bounds, and in many suburban areas it's no longer uncommon to see tomatoes and peppers growing in the front yard and expanses of grass given up in favor of raised vegetable beds. A family of four doesn't need a huge garden to provide
why not give it a try?Tour this efficient backyard edible garden in Vancouver
Keep it in bounds. If you’re a beginning gardener, start small with your favorites. You won’t be overwhelmed by either the care or the harvest.
5. Make the garden work for you. Want to harvest fresh herbs and veggies
“If possible a little planting area would be nice” — mjc3000
Shirley Bovshow
4 Reviews
Front Yard Vegetable Garden by Shirley Bovshow EdenMakersBlog.com
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Front Yard Vegetable Garden by Shirley Bovshow EdenMakersBlog.com
Garden makeovers by Shirley Bovshow in Los Angeles. This inviting edible front yard garden was designed for my "Garden Police" makeover show on Discovery. Along with partner, Michael Glassman we transformed a tired, weed infested lawn area into a Tudor style edible garden. All plants are edible including
Beautiful...how big is the space for the garden?
front garden using gravel and small beds
Another edible garden in the front yard.
gardening posts for bean, peas, cucs, etc
this front-yard edible garden, the espaliered apple tree along the driveway will create a privacy fence when it leafs out. A bonus is that the fruit will be very easy to pick — no ladders needed
“No grass!” — akpenny1
Jocelyn H. Chilvers
2 Reviews
Vegetable Gardens
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Consider using edible plants in the front yard.
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why
raised planter box for gardening or on ground?
Plant edibles. Growing delicious foods and seasonings for your table is one of the most rewarding aspects of gardening. If one of your goals this month is to get on the grow-your-own bandwagon, then remember to prioritize your planting schedule to accommodate the time-sensitive needs of your favorite
Replace lawns with edible plants to make your landscape more productive. You can't eat your lawn, so why not replace some of it with vegetables, herbs and fruits? Lawn areas that struggle to
production. Think beyond the 4-by-4 box and consider terracing and other structural enhancements to add visual weight and year-round interest to your garden.
“growing vegetables to eat instead of a lawn” — Hellena
Modern Landscape
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pressure-treated wood around edible gardens, most experts agree that using wood treated with creosote (typically found in railroad ties) is not advisable.
If you want to use wood to edge edible gardens, you may want to use untreated
If you want to use wood to edge edible gardens, you may want to use untreated, rot-resistant wood to avoid the leaching of chemicals from treated wood into your soil. If you have an organic garden, this is particularly important. And while
good shape. Special considerations: If you want to use wood to edge edible gardens, you may want to use untreated, rot-resistant wood to avoid the leaching of chemicals from treated wood into your soil. If you have an organic garden, this is particularly important. And while some research is still being
“path, side of house” — Cynthia Charleville
Becky Harris
Atlanta Botanical Gardens Spring 2012
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your edibles, you'll know that everything can be used in the kitchen.
A good decorative touch to a garden.
vegetable garden. While many people will think you're simply combining flowers with your edibles, you'll know that everything can be used in the kitchen
edible garden mustard greens, beets and pansies for wild garden side
edible garden! Mustard greens,, bulls blood beets, pansies. beautiful and edible.
edible garden... mustard greens and bull's blood beets
Pansies as edging for a vegetable garden.
Pansies are also a natural edging for a vegetable garden. While many people will think
mustard greens complement bull's blood beets in the relatively new edible gardens. Pansies add another wave of blooms below. The waves of contrasting stripes add a design element not often seen in edible gardens. Other neat things in the edible section are coordinating signs with recipes on them.Oh, of course
“Great variety of color in the edibles!” — Michael Stein
Austin Ganim Landscape Design, LLC
3 Reviews
Plant Ideas & Colorful Combinations
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Edible Flower Garden If you have ever enjoyed a salad or soup with edible flowers sprinkled on top, or admired the sugared flowers adorning a cake, growing an edible flower garden might be of interest to you. Unlike with a cutting garden, you don’t need to plant very much at all to
cutting garden, you don’t need to plant very much at all to produce enough edible flowers to enjoy in dishes from time to time. A pot or two on the patio, or a few plants edging another bed, will do the trick.
What to plant in an edible flower garden: Nasturtium
LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Edible Flower Garden If you have ever enjoyed a salad or soup with edible flowers sprinkled on top, or admired the sugared flowers adorning a cake, growing an edible flower garden might be of interest to you. Unlike with a cutting garden, you don’t need to plant very much
“edible flowers” — bonwit14
Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
1 Review
Oakland Estate
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garden in a stairstep rock wall
love this edibles as ornamentals in garden beds
raised bed garden in between retaining wall
the wall build for the garden
plant edibles like lettuce in the garden border
this shelf of greens.) The flowers provide color, and the plant can tolerate hot sun, reflected heat and little water. Both flowers and leaves are edible, and you'll find birds, butterflies and even bees hovering around the plant when it's in bloom.
In this tiered garden, leafy greens look just as beautiful as a more typical ornamental plant.
The levels actually save a little space, while still allowing you to grow a variety of plants, just like a standard container garden. A timed irrigation system could easily be installed in this area, completely eliminating any need for watering by hand. Next, see two fun container options for small
“The planting's” — sanibelmike
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