Synopses & Reviews
andldquo;The extensive information on symptoms of potential disease and insect problems is especially helpful. The information is well laid out. A Landscaperandrsquo;s Guide to Edible Plants for Texas is a work of competent scholarship.andrdquo;andmdash; Daphne Richards, Horticulturist, Texas AandM AgriLife Extension Service
In this long-overdue book, Cheryl Beesley has created a comprehensive guide to the use of edible plants to create landscapes that will prove valuable for both the novice and seasoned landscape designer. Cheryl combines her in-depth knowledge of the characteristics and care of vegetables, fruits, and herbs with her extensive experience in sustainable horticultural practices to guide in creation of beautiful living spaces through use of environmentally friendly principles and practices. andmdash; from the foreword by Jim Kamas
In this complete reference to integrating edible plants into a wide range of private and public landscapes, landscape designer Cheryl Beesley thoroughly answers the questions of how to plant, where to plant, and what to plant. Includes maps, layout design suggestions, pictures.
About the Author
CHERYL BEESLEY is a landscape designer whose Austin company, Adelante Landscape, specializes in edible landscape design and holistic site design.