Edible Landscaping Using the Nine Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Principles
Integrating flowers and herbs with your edible plants can provide food for beneficial insects that eat pests. Credits: Tom Wichman, UF/IFAS
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Keywords

edible
edible landscape
vegetable
fruit
perennial
herb
irrigation
fertilizer
water quality
environmentally friendly
ecological
vegetable gardening
fruit trees
planting date
hardiness zone
florida friendly landscaping
sustainable
home
food
production

How to Cite

Silvasy, Tiare, Lynn Barber, Esen Momol, Tina McIntyre, Tom Wichman, Gail Hansen, Jen Marvin, Terra Freeman, Joseph Sewards, Wendy Wilber, and Jacqlyn Rivas. 2020. “Edible Landscaping Using the Nine Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ Principles: ENH1330/EP594, 10/2020”. EDIS 2020 (5). https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-ep594-2020.

Abstract

Maintaining edible landscapes in a way that protects the environment is an important concern for protecting Florida’s water quality. The objective of this new 7-page publication of the UF/IFAS Environmental Horticulture Department is to introduce the framework of the Florida-Friendly Landscaping™ principles and apply the principles to guide decisions about Best Management Practices (BMPs) for care of edible landscapes. Written by Tiare Silvasy, Lynn Barber, Esen Momol, Tina McIntyre, Tom Wichman, Gail Hansen, Jen Marvin, Terra Freeman, Joseph Sewards, Wendy Wilber, and Jacqlyn Rivas.
https://edis.ifas.ufl.edu/ep594

https://doi.org/10.32473/edis-ep594-2020
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