Edible Landscaping

Edible Landscaping

Hi everyone, My HOA requires home owners to have landscaping which is fine. I have some nice landscaping already done by my builder but now that some of the original flowers have died I want to start incorporating edible plants into the landscaping so it will serve two purposes for me. Behind the cut I have pictures of what I have already started working on. I have planted mint plants at the base of one of my trees and they are doing great. 100_2469 I have a mound of tall decorative grass which I'm going to replace with lemon grass. 100_2467 This picture shows a really bad example of my Lemon Grass but it looks the way it does only because I just recently transplanted it from my garden where there is a very nice looking clump growing. 100_2468 Last I have some rosemary bushes growing on the side of the driveway. 100_2475 So I'm looking for more ideas to incorporate edible landscaping into my front yard. Does anyone have any recommendations? Possible locations I have to add vegetables or whatever are.... A bed next to my sidewalk. 100_2474 Between the rosemary bushes 100_2475 Under my oak tree 100_2473 The bed under a window 100_2472 And perhaps replace these Persian Shields which aren't doing too well 100_2470 I'm not opposed to removing small plants but I would much rather keep most of what landscaping I have and plant items in between. Also I can add better dirt to the beds as well if the soil isn't the best. Any ideas? Thank You!
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