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The Visual and Delectable Appeal of an Edible Landscape

The Visual and Delectable Appeal of an Edible Landscape

Figure 1: Edible …

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Florida Betony: Both Edible Native and Weed

Florida Betony (Stachys floridana), commonly called rattlesnake weed, is a Florida native plant. It’s thought to have been confined to Florida until it was moved to other Southeastern states during the 1940s or 1950s in nursery containers. It is now found from Texas to North Carolina. Its square stems are characteristic of the …

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Growing Blueberries in the Edible Landscape

Growing Blueberries in the Edible Landscape

Blueberry

Blueberry. Photo credit: Eric Zamora, UF IFAS.

Blueberries are native to Eastern North America. They are one …

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Add This Shrub for an Edible Landscape!

Add This Shrub for an Edible Landscape!

Darrow's blueberry

Darrow’s Blueberry with spring blooms. Photo credit Mary Derrick UF IFAS.

A blueberry …

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Consider an Edible Landscape

Consider an Edible Landscape

As you begin plans for your garden this spring think about creating an edible landscape. Edible landscaping is becoming more popular now that vegetable prices are increasing.

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Starting a Fruit Orchard or an Edible Landscape? What Should I Grow? Fall is the Time to Decide !

fruitThe avid gardener has heard on many occasions that fall is the best time of the year to plant trees and shrubs. Correct! Now is the time to start a fruit orchard or an edible landscape.  As the seasons transition into much cooler weather, now is the ideal planting season for …

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Edible Blossoms For You!

Add the easy-to-grow garden nasturtium to your vegetable or flower garden!

Brightly colored garden Nasturtium

Photo courtesy of the Mendocino Coast Botanical Garden

Garden nasturtium, known to botanists as Tropaeolum majus, is an annual that originated in the Andes of South …

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