Do you long for a garden, but don’t have much space? Do you have the space and long to grow more on the space you have? A great way to extend gardening is to design an edible landscape. Instead of growing lawns and ornamental plants, you can grow food in ways that are pleasing to the eye. That includes growing food in your front yard without your neighbors complaining! Want ideas on how to create your own edible landscape? Seed Savers Exchange is having a webinar to teach us how.
During this webinar, Rosalind Creasy, a pioneer in edible landscaping, will be giving a slide presentation that will include recommended aesthetic edible plants for home gardens, an overview of varieties of edible landscapes, and principles of landscape design for edible plants.
The webinar will be held on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time (Noon, Central Daylight Time).
Seed Savers WILL NOT ARCHIVE this webinar (it will be held live only), so be sure to register soon, as spots are limited. Also, sign in online early on July 23 to guarantee your spot.
Let’s learn together how to grow more food – and maybe even eliminate the need to mow a lawn altogether and instead, sit in the shade, sipping lemonade, in the summer heat! 🙂