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Click here to see some gorgeous edible front yard gardens submitted by my readers. Get inspiration for what you can do with your front yard.
Edible Blue's insight:
The entries to my 2014 Edible Front Yard photo contest, which was held this summer. Some great entries -- and great stories of how each home's edible landscaping has affected their neighborhoods and families.
Residents of the North End have great landscapes of shade-tolerant shrubs, trees and flowers for a reason - little direct sunshine. Few in that area have edible gardens because most vegetable plants require at least six hours of sun exposure.
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