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Return of the Victory Garden

Return of the Victory Garden The Victory Garden movement of WWI & II, and The Great Depression encouraged nearly 20 million Americans to plant fruits and vegetables in backyard gardens, empty lots, on roof tops, in neighborhood parks, and on other public land including 800 gardens in the Golden Gate Park in San Francisco.  Also called war gardens, these food spaces were promoted …

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Raised Bed Garden- The Neighborhood Friendly Edible Paradise by Easy Edible Landscapes

Raised Bed Garden-The Edible Paradise Landscape Designer Brent Knoll of Knoll Landscape Design Miami and Easy Edible Landscapes, regularly installs raised bed gardens for his South Florida clients. Why? These raised bed gardens are a highly effective method of planting herbs, fruits and vegetables for people and families that live in an urban to suburban community. What is a Raised …

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Why you should install an edible landscape in your Miami yard.

Why you should install an Edible Landscape in your Miami yard The simple essence of edible landscaping is to create the same bright botanical display that any gardener desires, while using plants that are as delicious and nourishing as they are stunningly beautiful! In the conventional methods of landscape design, the goal is to provide …

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