Edible Landscaping

When we still owned our farm we not only had an amazing garden and livestock but an abundance of wild edible plants growing on the land. Since my spinal cord injury the idea of wrestling a 130 lb. lamb makes me cringe but I still want to use the land we have to expand the sources of food I grow. And edible landscaping can be very attractive.

Edible Landscaping

Edible Landscaping

Author: Elizabeth

I'm a wife, mom, and grandma (known as Bam) who loves cooking, baking, gardening, and all things that go into making a cozy coop for my brood. I have a disability so you may pick up tips on how to do things when some things just don't work right!

17 thoughts on “Edible Landscaping”

  1. Love the idea of edible landscaping. This year, we really want to grow our own garlic (or course, I’ll have to wait until Falls arrives before I can do that). We have an apple tree, some wild raspberry bushes and some blueberry bushes. We also have tons of day lilies which I was super excited to learn were edible a couple of years ago (they really beautify a salad!). Asparagus? Yum! I never thought of planting those.

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    1. Asparagus is one of the plants you have to wait to produce but we love it so it’s worth it. I’m torn between planting this year or waiting to see if we’re going to be staying here. Argh!

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  2. Wonderful idea and look amazing!! I have only balcons for salads greens and tomatos 🙂 I tryed strawberries as well, but something they did not like.

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