Q & A – What are some visually pleasing, yet edible, landscape additions?

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People are adding more and more edible areas to their landscape, investing in blueberry bushes and kitchen gardens where they can grow things like lettuce, parsley, and kale. We are also seeing a lot of people incorporating tomatoes, cucumbers, ornamental peppers and more into their perennial gardens so they can enjoy the harvest and the visual appeal. Have a smaller space? Consider starting a potted herb garden with rosemary and parsley on your back porch or patio.

Evan Rogers and Pete Wilkerson, Atlanta Landscape Experts
Evan Rogers and Pete Wilkerson

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