Photo from the article by JONATHAN BARKAN, of a landscape that incorporates edible, medicinal and ornamental plants from Boston-based HomeHarvest.
“We think of edible landscaping as the new American garden—sustainable, eco-friendly, easy to maintain,” says Michael Judd, founder of Ecologia, an edible-landscape design firm that serves dozens of residential and commercial clients in the Frederick, Md., area.
Amanda Launchbury-Rainey wrote:Jocelyn - that is the sort of picture that makes my heart sing. If one walks through ones garden withit it improving the mood, put morevpkants in. Everywhere!
Me too! I just planted a Nelly Moser clematis at the gate by our front porch last month. I'm so hoping it flourishes and creates a colorful bower over the gate. Paul has asked me why I buy some of the perennials that I've planted here. My answer: because flowers.
(Though later I might add that they are good pollinator plants and they feed the soul with beauty and joy.)