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    I adore the edible landscapes~ "Mix in Edibles Take advantage of the beauty of edible plants and incorporate them in the landscape. Here, bright green and red lettuces form an intriguing border planting and eliminate the need for a separate vegetable garden."

  • Quinnlin Wood

    Mix in Edibles: Take advantage of the beauty of edible plants and incorporate them in the landscape. Here, bright green and red lettuces form an intriguing border planting and eliminate the need for a separate vegetable garden. Great idea! Also love the edging of river rock

  • jlwm126

    Tips for Designing the Perfect Garden - including mixing in edibles: Take advantage of the beauty of edible plants and incorporate them in the landscape. Here, bright green and red lettuces form an intriguing border planting and eliminate the need for a separate vegetable garden.

  • Nicole Antonini

    Edible garden ideas

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