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Edible landscaping is the practical integration of food plants within an ornamental or decorative setting. The same design principles as for ornamental landscapes are used, while substituting edible plants such as lettuces, blueberries, vegetables and fruit trees for some of the otherwise unproductive plant material. Using edibles in landscape design can enhance a garden by providing a unique ornamental component with additional health, aesthetic, and economic benefits.

Source: http://www.rosalindcreasy.com/edible-landscaping-basics/

 

Keyhole Bed Garden Designed By Matthew Anthony Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design at Cheryl Ann Williamson's Common Threads World Garden

in Kenwood Park in Kenwood, Chicago.  Fall 2014.
Common Threads World Garden, Designed by Cheryl Ann Williamson and Matthew Anthony Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design 

 

 Hales Franciscan Production Garden and Community Space, Designed by Matthew Anthony Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design

 

  

Perennial Flower Garden at Hales Franciscan Food Forest Designed by Cheryl Ann Williamson for Sacred Ecology Design

   

Community Garden at Hales Franciscan Food Forest, Designed by Matthew Anthony Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design

 

  

 
 

  

 Aronia Berries at Hales Franciscan Food Forest, Designed by Matthew Anthony Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design

 

Polly Goldman's Permaculture Garden - Designed by Matthew Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design (May 2016)

  

  

Keyhole Bed Designed by Henriette McPartlin for McPartlin Permaculture Design Consulting.

 

Keyhole Bed Designed by Henriette McPartlin for McPartlin Permaculture Design Consulting.

  

Cheryl Ann Williamson's Indoor Nursery 

 

Keyhole Mathematics - Designed by Matthew Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design

Native Butterfly and Wildlife Conservation Garden Designed by Seth Hardwick, Forest Garden Designer for Sacred Ecology Design, June 2015

Common Threads World Garden, Designed by Cheryl Ann Williamson and Matthew Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design, 2013-2015

Apple Tree in Cheryl Ann Williamson's World Forest Garden, Designed by Cheryl Ann Williamson and Matthew Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design, 2013-2015

Cheryl Ann Williamson's World Forest Garden, Designed by Cheryl Ann Williamson and Matthew Stephens for Sacred Ecology Design, 2013-2015

 

Design by Henriette for Sacred Ecology Design 2015 PDC Final Project

Brick Walkway Designed and Built by Michelle Nordmyer

Survey Design by Matthew Stephens for Xochiquetzal Peace Garden, Chicago's Oldest Community Garden in Pilsen on the southwest side of chicago.

 

 

Keywords: Edible, Wild, Perennials, Herbs, Shrubs, Flowers