• Viola flowers growing in pots

    Edible Flowers for the Indoor Garden

    Indoor growing is a must for urban gardeners in cold climate areas. The fresh produce looks great and tastes even better. Why not expand the offerings to include edible and […]

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  • Red Giant Mustard

    Indoor Growing: Microgreens

    One of the things I am likely to say in a discussion on indoor growing is how little space it takes to grow your own salad greens. All types of […]

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  • Perennial garden

    Winter in the Bayless Garden

    Snowfall can be a big benefit in an urban garden. Perennials, trees and shrubs really stand out with a backdrop of white powder. Plants also can benefit from the wind […]

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  • Planter boxes with perennial Junipers, Golden Oregano and Purple Tradescantia

    Using Perennials in Containers

    Want to have eye-catching containers that are unique, colorful and cost-effective? Consider incorporating hardy perennials into your container designs. Hardy perennials are plants that come back year after year in […]

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  • Display of Herbs and Asian Vegetables

    9 Features of High Yield Gardens (Part 2)

    This is the second part of a two part series. See 9 Features of High Yield Gardens (Part 1). 6. Develop a year-round growing plan Year round food production in […]

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Welcome to Urban Edible, the website dedicated to the art and science of small space urban growing. We believe in urban gardens that are organically managed, productive year-round, edible and ornamental. Gardens that provide attractive and functional outdoor living spaces, provide high quality crops and build healthy soils. Our mission is to assist others in creating and maintaining the gardens of their dreams!