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Gone with the Lawn: Edible Yards Roundup

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:12 AM
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by Lauren Zerbey (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified May 26, 2011

Edible yards have grown in popularity since 2008, when architect and artist Fritz Haeg released his first book, Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn. The idea is to trade your water-intensi




 

 

Edible yards have grown in popularity since 2008, when architect and artist Fritz Haeg released his first book, Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn. The idea is to trade your water-intensive, fertilizer-dependent lawn for a sustainable, food-producing garden – a food source for your family and an educational demonstration for the neighborhood. If you’re still imagining rows of cornfields lining your driveway, check out these inspiring projects and how they were able to successfully integrate a productive garden without sacrificing aesthetics.



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