Don’t like the typical rows of garden plants? Well, take heart because foodscaping can save not only your organic food dreams, but also your landscaping. Differing from conventional vegetable gardening, where fruits and vegetables are typically grown in separate, enclosed areas, foodscaping incorporates edible plants as a major element of a pre-existing landscaping space. You can incorporate various kinds of vegetables, fruit trees, berry bushes, edible flowers, and herbs, along with purely ornamental species that already exist in your yard.
A motivator behind gardening is the desire to grow, cook, and consume foods that are organic and of high nutritious content. However, many people find it impossible to place or maintain a large traditional garden. That’s why foodscaping is becoming more and more popular—it gives us the best of both worlds!
As seen in Modern Grace Magazine