Edible gardening guide

How to grow delicious vegetables, herbs, and fruit at home

8 ways to use edibles as ornamentals

Planning your garden? Mix it up by choosing edibles in place of the usual suspects

Instead of an evergreen groundcover
Photo by Kimberley Navabpour; written by Julie Chai

Instead of an evergreen groundcover

Plant: Strawberries for berries from spring into fall.

How to grow: In mild climates, start from bare-root plants in late winter or early spring, or from plants in late summer or fall for a spring crop. In colder regions, grow from bare roots or plants in early spring. Space 18 inches apart, in rows that are 2 to 2 1/2 feet apart. All zones.

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