It is October, and summer’s long days have ended. Fall is a wonderful time of overlap to enjoy late summer flowers as well as savor the bounty of ripening edibles. Serving dinner and growing tomatoes and basil on the same backyard terrace is a tremendous pleasure for homeowner and guest alike.
In Sarah Nettleton’s own garden and in the gardens she designs for clients, thoughtful opportunities are created to inhabit and savor the landscape – the beauty of these outdoor spaces is experienced in practical, simple ways. Edible landscapes are not new, but frequently herbs and vegetables get left behind in residential garden designs. An edible landscape is a way your house and garden can be a daily pleasure – and why shouldn’t it be?