Plant Your Own Food Forest!
Building Easy Edible Ecosystems with author
Christopher Shein
on Saturday June 23 at 11 am!
The Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture

Take your organic gardening to the next level by learning the low maintenance secrets of permaculture with Christopher Shein, permaculture expert and author of the essential "Vegetable Gardener's Guide to Permaculture" on Saturday, June 23 at 11 am!

Whatever your skill level or size garden, Chris will tell you how you can build an edible ecosystem in your own backyard with the least possible expenditure of time, effort and the earth's resources. You'll learn to be choosy with crops and where to plant them in the permaculture landscape with an eye toward productivity and yield.

Bring your questions and join us for a book signing after the talk!

Our Most Delicious Offerings!
Low-maintenance, high-yield edibles!
Kale ‘Richmond’s Pride’ 
“Purple Tree Collard”
Vitis ‘Emeryville Pink’
Kale ‘Richmond’s Pride’
“Purple Tree Collard”
First brought to Richmond from the South during WWII, the Purple Tree Collard is a resilient, nutritious and delicious perennial veggie. Sweet, tender leaves and pretty color make it valuable in the edible AND ornamental garden!
Vitis ‘Emeryville Pink’
The BEST grape for coastal gardening! Sweetening right up here in our fog zone, it bears an abundance of flavorful mid-size ruby-pink fruit. To 6-8’ its first year, then takes off in year two, giving you plenty to harvest. An American type grape seedling found in Emeryville, CA.
Basil herbalea 'Wild Magic'
Scorzonera hispanica “Black Salsify”

Basil herbalea 'Wild Magic'
Our favorite basil
boasts exceptional flavor and fruity fragrance! Luscious purple-black foliage can be harvested year-round while flower spikes are perfect for making teas, attracting bees and making beaucoup bouquets.

Scorzonera hispanica “Black Salsify”
Intensely chocolate scented flowers! Grown since ancient times, this tough, reliable Mediterranean root vegetable is popular with French chefs for its large, nutritious, carrot-like roots. Pretty with purpose! Hardy USDA zone 6!

Artichoke 'Opera'
Rhubarb 'Glaskin's Perpetual'

Artichoke 'Opera'
Drought tolerant, extremely easy to grow, highly architectural, oh – and DELICIOUS! Grow your own violet-red tinged 'chokes with this much sought after new variety. Not fussy about soil, but best with compost added. Deer resistant, too!  

Rhubarb 'Glaskin's Perpetual'
Strawberry rhubarb pie, anyone?
Grow your own, since the fresher the better! As pretty as it is tasty, this seed-grown English heirloom is an early and heavy producer said to be the sweetest variety. Easy to grow and hardy to USDA zone 2!

Lycium chinense “Goji Berry” Fragaria vesca ‘White Delight’
"White Alpine Strawberry"

Lycium chinense “Goji Berry”
Instead of paying beaucoup bucks for a handful of store-bought berries, grow your own on a handsome, arching shrub! This lovely perennial edible bears innumerable 1” fruits, delicious fresh or dried, and leaves can be used to make a tasty tea. Hardy USDA zone 4!

Fragaria vesca ‘White Delight’
"White Alpine Strawberry"

One of the best edible groundcovers, this well-behaved (non-running) alpine strawberry produces hundreds of delicious fruits perfect for snacking. Super easy to grow and prolific, too! Hardy to USDA zone 4. Great in containers!

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Looking for tips on how to keep your Summer garden in top shape?
Check out our Get Ready For Summer Tutorial!

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