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These edible plants help double your food harvests without expanding your food garden and never compromise a bountiful tomato harvest. Less labor and more food. That's the permaculture way. 🙌🏾
Start your edible landscape with grocery store food for an inexpensive and fun way to get started growing familiar and easy-to-grow foods.
Companion Plants for the Fuyu Persimmon Tree for faster growth, less watering, and more persimmons.
Tree collards are a healthy, quick, and delicious way to turn your food garden into a food forest in a couple of seasons. Use these tips to give you your best chances of success with every cutting. 🌱
I gave into weakness and bought a handful of beautiful maple trees including the October Glory Maple, the Lion's Head Japanese Maple, and the Coral Bark Maple. Am I done spending my money recklessly to collect beautiful trees that don't
The Patio Peach Tree is easy to grow and despite its stunning looks, produces delicious, edible fruit making it a wonderful choice for a small fruit tree in a food garden or edible landscape.
Harness the true power of companion planting by growing rhubarb the no dig way in your edible landscape to grow more food in your gardening space.
Put horseradish to work for your edible landscape, without sacrificing the growth of your fruit trees and other food producing plants, while also getting a horseradish harvest.
Keep your raspberries off the ground in a permaculture way by growing raspberries with these useful tips, food producing companion plants, and fruit trees.
Growing fruit trees as house plants not only adds beauty to your home but also an edible, delicious and healthy plant to feed you for years to come. 🍊🥭
When you are in need of fast-growing edible plants that will thrive in the most horrid of clay and sandy soils, here is a list to rocket your edible landscape into producing food the very first year.