Making the right decisions for edible landscaping

05/16/2013 | Clay Today (Fleming Island, Fla.)

To make the most out of a garden, combine edible plants with ornamental varieties, writes Amy Morie, a horticulture agent from the Clay County Extension Office in Florida. When selecting plants, consider the size and characteristic of the site, including areas that receive at least six hours of sunlight, Morie notes. Perennial plants require less maintenance, while short-season varieties are a good choice for avid gardeners.

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