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7 edible garden design ideas

Author and gardener Ivette Soler shares tips on growing the perfect kitchen garden in your front yard
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    This Los Angeles front yard includes not just showy growers like giant rosettes of echeveria, toothed aloe, and swordlike phormium, it also includes edibles—plants that are often confined to backyards.

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    More edibles that blend in 7 edible garden design ideas

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7 edible garden design ideas. Author and gardener Ivette Soler shares tips on growing the perfect kitchen garden in your front yard.