Welcome to Texas Edible Landscapes! You are probably here because you have the desire for high quality, nutrient dense, organic food that”s so local it’s within walking distance of your kitchen. Well, we can help with that! Whether you are on a small urban lot, a few acres or even a large-scale farm, we can design a system that will meet your needs and even work within a restrictive home owner’s association!
I derive my landscape designs from the knowledge I have gained in permaculture. These designs can be created for homes, farms, schools, businesses and intentional communities. Permaculture design takes the entire “system” of our environment – the landscape, our homes, humans, nature, animals, plants, etc. – into account to create a truly sustainable and healthy model of living in and with natural systems while meeting human needs as well.
We are a husband and wife with 2 daughters, 1 who homeschools and 1 who just joined the Air Force. We began a journey on healthier living after discovering all the toxins that were being allowed in our foods. We couldn’t afford to buy 100% organic so we decided to start a garden.
This is post 6 of 6 in the series “All About Herbs” Intro Oregano. We all know it. It is a primary ingredient in pizza, giving the sauce it’s wonderful flavor and other Italian foods it wonderful aroma. Oregano is much more than just an Italian culinary herb and today we will learn a little bit …
This is post 5 of 6 in the series “All About Herbs” The Ultimate Cleansing Herb Lavender, when spoken, produces thoughts of clean in our minds. This is a natural reaction and it makes sense since its name came from the term lavare, or latin for wash or bathe.
This is post 4 of 6 in the series “All About Herbs” A Superfood Worthy of its Title Ginger is originally from southeast Asia and is therefore a tropical plant that has been renowned for thousands of years both for its culinary uses but also medicinal properties.