Organic Gardening – Planting More Than Vegetables As Part of Your Edible Landscape

The most popular plants that come to mind we thinking of growing an edible landscape are the crops that are grown in the vegetable garden. It can include much more, herbs, fruits and vegetables all make good choices. They can be planted as decorative plantings, shrubs and trees. There are many ways to get creative with your edible landscape.

Vegetables being the most common, we will move past them to a few other ideas. Fruit trees make great choice to accent your landscape. They can be from the dwarf size to the full size tree, depending on the size of the area you have to work with. There are also dwarf trees that can be planted in containers. The flowers alone that a fruit tree produces is enough of a reason to include them in your landscape.

Herbs are another plant that can add beauty to your yard. They add beauty with there flowers and foliage while being useful at the same time. They are also a great way to add accent among the flowers you grow. Growing them in containers on your patio or in a kitchen garden for your everyday use, they will add a touch of beauty to the area.

Ground cover is another area that edible plants can be very useful. Strawberries make a great ground cover. They are a low plant that can spread to cover a fairly large area quickly.

Grapes are another crop that is easy to grow and can add accent to your yard when grown over a trellis. Making a perfect added feature for an entrance to a garden or patio area.

When planning your edible landscape, you can get very creative if you think beyond the common crops that are grown in the vegetable and herb garden. There is a large variety of edible plants which can be integrated into your landscape.

A environment friendly and healthy way of gardening. Organic Gardening is away of gardening in harmony with nature. Growing a healthy and productive crop in a way that is healthier for both you and the environment.