Edible Landscaping with Bonnie Plants

Who says you have to choose between having a gorgeous outdoor space and growing your own food? There are many, many ways to turn your yard into an edible landscape, filled with plants that look as good as they taste. No matter what size space you have (even if your “yard” equals a balcony), we’ve got lots of fresh ideas to help you integrate vegetables and herbs into your landscape design.

And remember, there’s no right or wrong way to design your growing space. If the end result is pleasing to you, that’s all that matters. Let the tips in the articles below serve as guidelines that will give you the confidence to get started on your very own edible landscape.

Small Garden Ideas

Do you dream of a garden filled with edibles but live in an apartment? Love the idea of fresh herbs...

Your Gorgeous Front Yard Garden

Yes, you can plant vegetables and herbs in the front yard! Just keep in mind that while some neighborhoods may...

Your Beautiful Backyard Garden

A great vegetable garden can be the focal point of a backyard. Tucked back in a far corner, it becomes...

Edible Landscaping Basics

Who doesn’t love getting a two-for-one? That’s one of the benefits of growing edible plants: Many vegetables and herbs do...

10 Tips for a Screened Garden

Placing your vegetable garden behind a privacy fence gives you the freedom to experiment and not worry about maintenance 24/7....

Choosing a Garden Bed Shape

In addition to figuring out just where in your yard your garden should go, you’ll want to consider the shapes...

10 Steps to a Successful Garden Design

Plants need more than a beautiful planting plan to thrive. Here’s how to give edibles what they need to produce...

Create an Edible Balcony Garden

You don’t need a big suburban yard to grow your own food. You can create a wonderful edible garden right...

Herbs: Your Gateway to Gardening

For beginning gardeners, the best way to start is with a small herb garden. Herbs tend to be among the...

Edible Container Designs

It doesn’t get any fresher (or more local) than having sun-warmed vegetables and flavorful herbs growing just steps away from...

Gardening with an HOA

If you live in a subdivision, development, or condo, chances are you have to deal with an HOA (Homeowners Association)....

Why Grow Your Own Vegetables and Herbs?

People who have never gardened or those who haven’t in a while are now growing vegetables and herbs for fun,...