Edible Landscape Plants

Edible Landscape Plants

You don’t have to choose between a pretty garden and a delicious one! Incorporate some of these edible landscaping plants into your backyard and enjoy the best of both worlds. from perennial herbs to fruit trees, there’s something on this list for every green thumb.



Pepper Plant Care

Peppers come in all sorts of shapes and colors – from tiny hot peppers to big bell peppers. You can use them fresh or dried, and they make a great addition to salads, salsa, stir-fries, and more.



Eggplant Care

Eggplants come in a variety of colors, from deep purple to almost white. They’re often used in Italian and Asian cooking, and can be grilled, roasted, fried, or stuffed.


Onions, Garlic, and Chives

How to Grow Onions in the Garden

You probably already have these staples in your kitchen. But did you know that they’re also great for your garden? Plant them alongside other vegetables or use them as border plants. They’ll add flavor to your dishes AND deter pests!



Artichoke Flower

These spiky flowers are not only beautiful, but also delicious! Artichokes can be steamed, grilled, roasted, or even eaten raw. Add them to salads or use them as a dip for crudités.



Bean Plant Care

Beans come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and colors. And they’re not just for eating – you can also use them as decoration in your garden. Place them in a Mason jar or vase for a pop of color, or let them climb up a trellis or fence. You can even use dried beans in crafts!


Perennial Herbs

Winter Herbs for California

Rosemary, sage, oregano…these common herbs are all perennials, which means they come back year after year. Perennial herbs are easy to care for and make a great addition to any garden. Plus, you’ll always have fresh herbs on hand for cooking!


Edible Flowers

Did you know that many common flowers are actually edible? Calendula, nasturtiums, pansies…the list goes on. Use them to garnish salads or desserts, or float them in a glass of lemonade or punch. Be sure to check out our blog post on edible flowers for more information!


Fruit Trees Nuts and Berries-berries

Caring for Cherry Trees

Last but not least is perhaps the most classic edible landscaping plant of all: fruit trees! Apples, cherries pears…the possibilities are endless. And don’t forget about nuts! Almonds chestnuts hazelnuts…again the list goes on. Planting a fruit tree or nut tree is a great way to add value to your property while also getting delicious snacks right from your backyard! Conclusion: As you can see there are plenty of options when it comes to edible landscaping plants! No matter what type of garden you have or what kind of foods you like there’s an edible plant out there for you. So get creative mix and match try something new today- your taste buds will thank you later:)