Edible Landscaping

Layer Edibles into your Existing yard

use tasty TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, HERBS & even succulents!

Blueberries are so easy to grow. There is a native blueberry with evergreen foliage that changes color with the season. Enjoy berries in June and harvest the leaves for tea in January and February.
 
 

slow aging, prevent cancer and lower the risk of heart disease…

 

Design a beautiful, edible landscape for your best health!

 
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Create a sustainable, Edible “Super Garden”

  • Surround your yard with a healthy hug of beautiful flowers & shrubs that you can eat!

  • Design for your microclimate ~ whether beach/inland, under large live oaks or in the hot, open, sun- you can use edible plants as landscaping.

  • Beat Cancer every day with greens that grow year round in pots.

  • Find out which plants to KEEP/REMOVE /RECYCLE to make room for edible landscape plants.

  • Specific plant names, quantities & notes are drawn on plans.

  • Know which medicinal plants will thrive for you and exactly where to plant them.

  • Grow delicious herbal teas and unusual herbs to “pop” your palate.

  • Take advantage of The Elegant Garden “Concierge Service”
    (Secures Plants & coordinates with Professional Landscape Contractor)

Landscape with plants to eat!

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Nibble Berries

Harvest patio salads

PIck oranges

Design a Super Garden!

A “SUPER GARDEN” is:

A garden with berries, edible shrubs, Fruiting vines, local superfoods, year-round greens, Easy herbs, tea plants & fruit trees.

Edible plants are layered into an existing landscape.

They are planted in the ground or Put in large, decorative containers.

  • Edible Succulents

  • Smoothie Gardens

  • Superfood Greens

  • Culinary & Medicinal Herb gardens

Everything in this vintage farm tub is super easy to grow: Climbing Malabar Spinach, edible succulents, Ginger & Tumeric. There’s even a red hibiscus tucked into the back left- an unusual tart taste in a salad or even good as a tea.

Everything in this vintage farm tub is super easy to grow: Climbing Malabar Spinach, edible succulents, Ginger & Tumeric. There’s even a red hibiscus tucked into the back left- an unusual tart taste in a salad or even good as a tea.