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Edible Landscape Design - Landscape - Orange County - Jean Marsh Design

Edible Landscape Design - - landscape - orange county - by Jean Marsh Design

fine for small condo garden

a wine crate filled with zinnias on the patio (doesn't have to be wine - I just like the crate idea)

Pretty Flowers

Pretty Flowers

tagetes lemonii, Once Copper Canyon daisy takes hold in the garden, it requires little water and no fertilizer. Commonly, Copper Canyon daisy blooms in both spring and fall. The main flowering period, however, is in late fall. Tagetes lemmonii also is known as Mt. Lemmon marigold, mountain marigold, and Mexican bush marigold.

Copper Canyon daisy (Tagetes lemmonii) grows wild in the Sonoran Desert of Arizona and northern Mexico, but it goes very well with native-Texas plants in Hill Country gardens.

Extend your garden’s harvests with this list of cool-season vegetables:  http://www.bhg.com/gardening/vegetable/vegetables/cold-weather-vegetable-gardening/?socsrc=bhgpin011714coolseasonveggies

Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies

Grow Longer: The Best Cold-Tolerant Veggies Grow these cool-season vegetables and herbs to extend your garden's harvests in spring and fall

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Wisteria and Cow Parsley: The Malvern Spring Show 2010 Show Gardens: The One That Caught My Eye.

Lots of info on growing strawberries - Alpine strawberries produce all summer, no runners, produce fruit on top, take light shade. Day Neutral 'Tristar' strawberries - produce from May to fall, good for containers, no runners

Alpine strawberries produce all summer, no runners, produce fruit on top, take light shade.

Instant protection for perennials Don’t watch on as just planted perennials get trampled or suffer broken stems! With just a handful of pliable branches, you can make easy, long-lasting coverage for new growth.

Instant protection for perennials

Instant protection for perennials. watch on as just planted perennials get trampled or suffer broken stems! With just a handful of pliable branches, you can make easy, long-lasting coverage for new growth.

Old Rustic Fence. - Gardening For You

Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

One way of lashing together a rustic garden fence.

Strawberry Spinach, Chenopodium capitatum. Found years ago in a monastery in Europe & still one of the best kept secrets in the gardening world. Tender, nutrient dense leaves are a wonder when used as fresh greens, the small berries are great when added to salads or dried. A perfect candidate for edible landscaping. Grow in direct sunlight and rich fertile soil. Plants grow 12-15" tall & are self-seeding annuals. HeirloomSolutions.com

The berries are also edible.spinach, berries, and pretty landscape plant.

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