By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
Foodscaping is a new term that is used to describe an old technique.
This technique consisted of planting when and where you could to support your family.
During the Depression, this could mean in the back of a truck bed or in a car that doubled as a home.
In recent times, the term “Foodscaping” has been used to describe planting non-traditional plants in a landscape or front yard. While this may seem like a good use of wasted land, in many cities this technique is against community policy.
But what is a gardener to do if they want to “Foodscape” their front lawn. Well, below are a few subtle situations that will allow you to “farm” your front yard without violating city code.
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