Grow Food not Lawns - Originally posted on Facebook by Fafard et Frères Ltée, Drummondville, Quebec

Grow Food not Lawns - Originally posted on Facebook by Fafard et Frères Ltée, Drummondville, Quebec

Fabulous front yard edible garden! Tomato cages on the front right, herbs on the front left, strawberries in the center, pea trellis on back left, and lettuces on the back right. I can't imagine a Homeowners Association objecting to this. If yours would then try to get yourself on the board and change the rules! Grow Food, Not Lawns!

Fabulous front yard edible garden! Tomato cages on the front right, herbs on the front left, strawberries in the center, pea trellis on back left, and lettuces on the back right. I can't imagine a Homeowners Association objecting to this. If yours would then try to get yourself on the board and change the rules! Grow Food, Not Lawns!

Artist and gardener Fritz Haeg, author of "Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn," explains how to turn your front yard into a vegetable garden. Part 1.

Front Yard Gardens

Artist and gardener Fritz Haeg, author of "Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn," explains how to turn your front yard into a vegetable garden. Part 1.

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