Foodscaping your way to a healthy 2020

Foodscaping provides front-door access to the most nutritious, best tasting fruits and vegetables possible With the start of the new year and health-related resolutions on the minds of many, we thought it would be timely to consider dieting trends and how foodscaping enables healthy living.  Every year U.S. News releases a fresh batch of diet... Continue Reading →

Video: May foodscape tour

https://youtu.be/pTPCJNE5MJk We give a tour of our frontyard foodscape in early May. Featured items include tomatoes planted early with the aid of red plastic mulch, perennial vegetables (asparagus & artichoke), strawberries, peas on a DIY trellis, a grape vine and eight fruit trees including three espalier fruit trees.

Preparing garden beds part 2: raised beds

Foodscaping Utah's 'Benefits of Raised Beds' class handout: Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening-Foodscaping Utah Online class 'Benefits of Raised Beds' June 4th, 6:00-7:30pm taught by John (Foodscaping Utah) for USU Extension. Raised beds have many advantages: they prevent soil compaction, alleviate some weed pressure, and require less bending over. Their soil also warms more quickly in the... Continue Reading →

Summer 2014

In the summer of 2014 we worked on our vegetable garden and tended to our new fruit/nut trees and grape vines. This first year we tilled the garden bed and mixed in a bunch of compost. We mulched with leaves around tomatoes (mulch is great to retain moisture and suppress weeds) and planted marigold flowers... Continue Reading →

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