• Radishes from my garden
    Container Gardening,  Edible Gardening,  Food Advocacy

    What is Foodscaping?

    Why are landscaping and gardening treated like two different things? Both work with mother nature, putting the right plant in the right place, monitoring sunlight and water, and helping the plants along as they grow… so, they have more similarities than differences, so why do we treat them with difference approaches? Traditionally, gardens are planted in rows, tucked away in a far corner of the landscape. Landscape plants are set closer to the house and organized aesthetically. Foodscaping combines both aesthetics, and practically, rather than a specific location in the yard. Is Foodscaping a Revolution? Brie Arthur is an award winning author and horticulturalist sharing her knowledge of The Foodscape…