I’m tired of landscape architects, designers, nurserymen and “flower gardeners” rolling their eyes whenever the topic of edible landscaping comes up. Many of these people dismiss it as the latest trendy fad; an insignificant form of gardening practiced by neophytes or old hippies; a style of garden that lacks true form, structure, aesthetics or meaning; and one that really isn’t worth considering except to chuckle. Professionals trained in design, particularly, seem to believe that building a garden incorporating edible plants as integral devices for giving meaning, structure and use to a garden design, is less noble and worthy than designing a garden of architectural devices: hardscape elements, built structures, symmetry, axiality, and plant materials that serve form – usually formal
Looking for a comfortable, unique outdoor chair?
Originally designed in 1918 by acclaimed Dutch architect Gerrit Rietveld and found in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art, adaptations for outdoor use are found in many renown arboretums and botanic gardens.
I’ve steadily been working on refining designs, including side tables and footrest accessories utilizing different woods and finishes.
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