Hey there garden friends!
Are you looking to spice up your garden and enjoy some fresh produce at the same time? Then why not try planting some edible plants? Not only will they add a unique touch to your outdoor space, but they'll also give you tasty and healthy food to enjoy throughout the season.
Fresh and Flavorful
Herbs are a great choice for edible plants as they're simple to grow and add delicious flavor to your meals. Some popular herbs to consider are basil, mint, rosemary, and thyme. I love adding herbs into almost everything from dishes to marinades to delicious drinks!
Kale is another edible plant that's easy to grow and perfect for the cooler seasons. You can harvest it all year long if it survives the winter months. Kale is also versatile and can be used in everything from soups to salads.
If you're feeling adventurous, try planting fruit trees or berry bushes. Not only will they look beautiful in your garden, but they'll also produce sweet and juicy fruit for you to enjoy. A few fruit trees to consider are apple, pear, and Asian pear, while for berry bushes, you could try planting blueberries, raspberries, black current, or honeyberry.
Just remember, it's important to research each plant's needs and make sure you're giving them enough care, water, sunlight, and nutrients. But once you get the hang of it, growing edible plants is a fun and rewarding way to add some flavor and variety to your garden. So why not give it a go? Your taste buds will thank you!
Easy to Grow Edibles for Pacific Northwest Gardens
Fast Growing Vegetables
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