The practice of growing hedgerows stems from at least the Medieval times of England and Ireland. Hedgerows can increase the beauty, productivity, and biodiversity of a property. Discover 10 reasons why this age-old strategy can benefit your suburban property.
Designing the layout of a property can be overwhelming. Here are three reasons why a permaculture designer can help you meet your goals for an efficient and productive landscape (and what to look for in a designer).
Black raspberries are a delicious and productive crop for the small landscape. Learn how to train and prune black raspberries for the best harvest.
Growing black raspberries is a simple and rewarding experience. Here’s how to grow and care for black raspberries in the small-scale garden or edible landscape.
The parking strip—that sliver of grass between the street and the sidewalk—is generally overlooked. Get these strategies for growing edibles in that space.
Currant bushes are a great addition to the edible landscape. See how we grow them in our front yard landscape, and find out how to use currants in the kitchen.
Catching water in the landscape is in many cases more efficient than using rain barrels. Here’s how one suburban homestead used water from their roof to create a front yard garden.
Take a tour of our neighbor-friendly edible landscape.