Emily spoke about Edible Landscaping at the Wisconsin Garden and Landscape Expo on February 8th, 9th, and 10th. Notes from the talk are available from the GARDEN EXPO link.
Are you interested in a yard that looks good and you can eat it too? Then you have come to the right place! More and more people are thinking about where their food comes from, for the health of their family, as well as the health of their environment.
Your yard can not only be beautiful, it can sequester carbon, provide habitat for pollinators, provide privacy, and produce food. Why not replace your ornamental shrubs and/or lawn with berry bushes, fruit trees or a (thornless!) blackberry patch? Edible landscaping, especially when paired with organic gardening, can enhance any yard, garden or landscape. And it can feed you at the same time!