Edible garden landscapers following Permaculture principles.
Foodscaping or edible landscaping incorporates food into garden design. Its an all-encompassing way of growing a garden, feeding yourself, and making it look pretty. Grass and shrubberies are minimised to make way for berry bushes or other plants which yield fruits and vegetables which can mean lower bills at the grocery store. In contrast to having a backyard vegetable garden or raised bed for flowers or other enclosed or fenced-in space where fruits and vegetables are grown, foodscaping is more extensive, with implementation of edible foods into the landscape. Instead of just planting shrubs, trees, vines, grasses and ground covers, foodscaping involves adding edible plants that add interest, colour, texture and, of course, taste.
As a qualified permaculturist with 6 years experience I can assist you in creating a food garden or incorporating edible plants into your existing landscape.