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THE Easiest Way to Create a “Foodscape”

Unlike traditional food gardens, (which are often mini-versions of farm plots) Edible Landscapes or “Foodscapes” incorporate edible plants with a focus on their ornamental splendor! They’re packed with easy to grow perennial herbs and edible flowers to spice up your favorite dish or cocktails! For added function, these potager gardens are usually located just feet from the door nearest to the kitchen for easy access! For centuries, this prime real estate has had to compete with pristine lawns and showy perennial beds– so it’s no wonder that kitchen gardens are trending as a central feature of the landscape, designed for year-round appeal!

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Chosen equally for their beauty, flavor, and usefulness our modern Foodscape in-a-box appeals to the senses, layering a palette of colors across the garden plot…that are destined for the plate. Designed with contracting colors and textures that create a sense of drama this 125 sq ft kitchen “garden in a box” incudes 11 unique ornamental edible herbs and flowers curated by our expert horticulturists, to thrive in the sometimes harsh and unpredictable Texas climate. With 24 easy-to-dig starter plants and 3 plant-by-number designs from which to choose, your natural potager garden will take root in no time– providing flavor and flare for season after season. Year-round interest is anchored with blooms spring, summer and fall with evergreens that provide a foundation of interesting foliage!

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