Create An Edible Landscape

Break the Boundaries of Your Garden

Incorporate Edible Plants into Your Garden Landscape

In traditional gardening, folks often tend to separate their edible and ornamental plants. However, there's no rule that says you have to do that! In today's modern world, edible means more than growing your own delicious herbs, summer vegetables or winter vegetables. You can also incorporate edible flowers, shrubs and trees throughout your garden landscape.


Edible Flowers

Edible Flowers & Leaves

Edible flowers and leaves can be an unexpected and eye-catching addition to salads and other dishes. Try adding nasturtium leaves to your salad for a peppery tang. For more edible flowers you can grow in the valley, click the button below:

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The Amazing Moringa Tree

Edibles Grown on Trees

We have a wonderful selection of trees that grow edible aspects, such as fruits. From dwarf varieites perfect for growing in containers, to full-size or accent specimens you can plant throughout your garden landscape.

Some favorites include:

  • The Amazing Moringa Tree
  • Citrus - Grapefruits, Kumquats, Lemons, Limes, Oranges, Tangelos...
  • Deciduous Fruits - Apples, Figs, Pears, Pomegranates...
  • Stone Fruits - Apricots, Avocados, Nectarines, Peaches, Plums...

Bushes & Shrubs with Edible Fruits

Bushes & Shrubs that Bear Edible Fruits

Edible bushes can be easily grown in containers on your patio or deck. Edible shrubs can be a wonderful way to add color, texture and privacy into your landscape. Varieties include:

 

  • Blackberry
  • Blueberries
  • Boysenberry
  • Strawberry and more...

Incorporate Grape Vines into Your Landscape

Vines with Edible Aspects

  • Beans
  • Grapes
  • Jasmine
  • Passion Fruit
  • Raspberry and more...

Herbs in Garden

Culinary Themes


Sunset Magazine photoExpand Your Garden Boundaries

Edibles can be grown on your patio or deck, or in your garden landscape in numerous ways, such as those listed below:

  • In vertical gardens
  • In containers/pots
  • In raised garden beds
  • As accent trees
  • In colorful garden beds
  • In perennial borders
  • As espalier trees
  • With trellises and garden arches
(Above multiple photo sources for our main banner image, and edible flowers image can be found on our Pinterest board, "Incorporating Edibles into Your Landscape." Moringa tree photo source: Pinterest post from Wikihow.com. Potted blueberry bush photo source: Country Living magazine,"7 Edibles You Should be Growing in Your Garden This Year." Colorful garden with chair photo source: Sunset magazine," 38 Ideas for Succulents in Containers.")

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Whether you enjoy a modern, minimalist landscape, or a native wonderland, our Garden Coaches can help design a garden landscape just for you!