Edible Paradise

We completed this backyard edible paradise for Jenn in the summer of 2017.

We turned this backyard in an edible paradise by mixing edibles and flowers to make a welcoming and relaxing backyard. We still were able to leave a nice left a patch of sod for the dog and comfy place to lay down, as grass can still have a place in the backyard. We used crushed granite for the pathway to the edibles, granite is a fun alternative to river rock and ¼ minus compacts better.

Three raised beds next to a childrens play house.

We aim to capture the many functions for the user of the backyard. Keeping in mind a play area for the kids, beauty, wildlife habitat, edible gardening, entertaining and relaxation. They all can coexist, and in our minds there is nothing more entertaining, relaxing that to be able eat fresh food throughout your yard.…

At pdx.farm we take pride in designing and building custom-raised beds that are suitable to the space requirements and your gardening desires. Our raised beds are build with juniper from Sustainable Northwest Wood where they get it from Easter Oregon.

An edible paradise of zucchini blossoms, basil, tomatoes, and corn. bee on yellow flower, an edible paradise