Edible Front Yard 2014

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014 in LITTLE POSTS | 0 comments

Here are some pictures of another fun project from 2014- Edible Front yard. We removed 90% of the sod, installed the planter boxes, planted fruit trees, a huge pollinator garden, and edible natives and other shade tolerant plants along the fence line. The custom driveway box featured a hogwire fence behind it so cucumbers, squash and tomatoes could utilize the structure. We planted plum, cherry, and apple on the parking strip, and in the fall we will be installing a dwarf quince, a fruit that is hard to purchase...

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Edible Rooftop- Wallingford, Seattle, Cascadia

Posted by on Jul 23, 2014 in LITTLE POSTS | 0 comments

Here are some photos of an edible roof we did in Spring of 2014. Overlooking Lake Union with the Space Needle and Seattle skyline in the backdrop, it was a great place to work. Overall, the project was straight forward.  We removed a series of ornamental plants from existing large pots, reinvigorated the soil, and selected perennial edible, berries, trees, herbs, and left some space for veggies. Fortunately, there was already an existing drip irrigation system, to which we made slight modifications for the...

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domestic-goddess-makes-sinister-sweets

Posted by on Jul 8, 2014 in LITTLE POSTS | 0 comments

http://www.buzzfeed.com/rachelzarrell/domestic-goddess-makes-sinister-sweets

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Fall Crop list

Posted by on Jun 10, 2014 in LITTLE POSTS | 0 comments

Varieties for Fall 2014 NOTE – some of these are subject to change. If you have some seed you want us to grow, please send it to us with a note. link variety common name yield actions PS: Braising Mix (Kales, Mustards, Chards, Arugula) mustard, general PS: Broccoli, Heat Resistant (Specific variety TBD) broccoli PS: Broccoli, Purple Sprouting broccoli PS: Broccoli, Romanesco (A broccoli/cauliflower hybrid) romanesco PS: Brussels Sprouts brussels sprouts PS: Cabbage,...

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Garden Gnome News, March 2014

Posted by on Mar 14, 2014 in LITTLE POSTS | 0 comments

Garden Gnome News, March 2014 (Volume 6 Issue 2)       Dear Cascadian, Our heralds of Spring, the Forsythia and Cherry blossoms, trumpet with joy!  And the urban agriculture community begins sorting through those seed packets, nursing plant starts and penciling our garden layouts.  Remember to sign up or select your preferences for the CSPS! Veggie Start CSA – support for the community + community support for local business. Our Community Supported Plant Start Program (CSPS) Helps you Grow your...

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Looking for a Landscaping Construction Lead!

Posted by on Feb 28, 2014 in LITTLE POSTS | 0 comments

Looking for a Landscaping Construction Lead!

Happy Spring! Cascadia Edible Landscapes seeks an articulate, detail-oriented, hard-working, and organized Construction/Project Lead to oversee landscape installations, utilizing a small crew. The Construction/Project Lead is responsible for juggling many tasks and roles at one time in order to bring the landscape designs, both small and large, to life. Position reports to Owner and works with entire CEL team, as well as with clients (homeowners, schools, businesses, and community groups) Visit our employment...

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