Explore Herb Gardening, Planting A Garden, and more!

Explore related topics

Edible Landscaping by Rosalind Creasy.  Now that I've turned the back yard almost entirely into mulched beds, I'm ready to go!

Golden zucchini from Renee's Garden Seeds is the star of my front border. In back are the burgundy leaves of purple orach, an heirloom variety from the Seed Savers Exchange. I also see strawberries, nasturtium and little Johnny Jump Ups.

cherry tomatoes just ripening on the arbor over the front steps and my containers of figs, kumquats, and lemons–a welcoming edible landscape!

Edible front yard garden - cherry tomatoes ripening on arbor over front steps & containers of figs, kumquats, and lemons.

Edible Landscaping: Kitchen Garden | jardin potager | bauerngarten | köksträdgård (Rosalind Creasy front yard garden)

Ornamental edible garden mixed bed of herbs, vegetables, and flowers between paths in Rosalind Creasy front yard garden / Magic Garden

The French Potager Garden. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner

vegetable gardens

The French Potager Garden. A potager is the French term for an ornamental vegetable or kitchen garden. This design is to provide a garden of abundance in an aesthetically pleasing manner. What a beautiful way to plant flowers, fruit, vegetables, and herbs

Lisa's Victory Garden: Fennel, cabbage, chard, broccoli, lettuce, napa cabbage, grapes, herbs and tomatoes. | jardin potager

For years, we had the typical postage-sized squares of lawn and a few bushes. An avid gardener,

Eat Your Yard! How to Design an Edible Landscape - Natural Landscaping - Natural Home & Garden

Eat Your Yard! How to Design an Edible Landscape - Natural Landscaping - Natural Home & Garden

Herbs are at home in a mixed border and glamorous enough for the front street-side border. The sculptural collards anchor this colorful border. Prostrate and upright rosemary nestle up to the collards. Directly behind them is a purple basil, and behind it is a golden sage, some bronze fennel, and a yellow rose. Among the edible herbs are the non-edible yellow and red lantanas and geraniums.

The sculptural collards anchor this colorful border. Prostrate and upright rosemary nestle up to the collards. Directly behind them is a purple basil, and behind it is a golden sage, some bronze fennel, and a yellow rose.

Edible Landscaping: Front Lawn Vegetable Garden | jardin potager | bauerngarten | köksträdgård  (How To Design by Shawna Coronado)

Edible Landscaping: Front Lawn Vegetable Garden jardin potager bauerngarten köksträdgård (How To Design by Shawna Coronado)

From Rosalind Creasy's Edible Landscapes http://www.rosalindcreasy.com/

Edible landscaping tips, food, and gardening advice from Rosalind Creasy, a pioneer in the field of edible landscaping

Pinterest
Search