via Rill Architects
Incorporating an edible kitchen garden onto your property is a wonderful way to have farm-to-table convenience and grow your favorite foods.
via Watermark Landscape & Design
via Huettl Landscape Architecture
This farm produces over fifty varieties of vegetables, herbs, and edible flowers; most of which are rare and hard to source locally.
via Ward Jewell Architect
A Classic Portland bungalow was transformed into an urban food forest. These raised natural cedar beds are filled with a mix of edible plants.
via Renee Wilkinson Landscapes
These raised containers are filled with vegetables and herbs, conveniently located in the backyard just off the dining patio.
via Stone Bridge Homes
Gravel surrounds the troughs for pathways, while several mature oak trees and a stunning golden locust tree transform this outdoor space into a welcoming retreat.
via Dig Your Garden Landscape Design
The fencing helps to prevent animals from eating your crops and an attractive design can add visual interest to your property.
via Land Design
via Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture