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  • Amy Suardi (Frugal Mama)

    Kale getting B.I.G. in our front yard garden. I see 'kale chips' in our near future! (Here's our favorite recipe:

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“Kids are more than twice as likely to eat fruits and vegetables if they grow them,” says Mary Quattlebaum, my neighbor and author of the children’s book, Jo MacDonald Had a Garden.

The Edible Front Yard, by Ivette Soler, is another great resource for anyone who wants to grow a beautiful, edible landscape.

"Edible front lawns. I'm collecting inspirational images of people turning their front lawns into sustainable sites of food production. Improving the environment and local economy one property at a time. This is the "Grow Food, Not Lawns" movement that I'm fully behind." Might be fun to try instead of the half dead shrubs we have in our front yard!