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Vote for the Best Edible Garden Project in Our Design Awards


Vote for the Best Edible Garden Project in Our Design Awards

July 25, 2017

Our judges have chosen the finalists, now you choose the winners. Vote for your favorite projects in our 2017 Considered Design Awards, once per day in each of the Gardenista and Remodelista categories. Voting closes at midnight on August 4, and winners will be announced on August 7.

Below, browse the finalists in the best Edible Garden category—which is open to both amateur gardeners and professional designers—and then head to our awards page to Vote.

N.B.: Curious to know who’s winning? We reveal the rankings when you vote in each category.

Sustainable Kitchen Garden Project

Above: This Sustainable Kitchen Garden in Kalona, Iowa, was entered by Under A Tin Roof and chosen as a finalist by Gardenista editor Michelle Slatalla, who said: “The family that gardens together eats delicious salads together, and this beautiful edible garden is proof of that. Organic growing methods, a greenhouse made of reclaimed windows, and free range chickens are on my own edible garden wish list, as well.” Photograph by Kayla Haupt.

Edible Garden at AT&T Ball Park Project

Above: Blasen Landscape Architecture and EDG Design submitted the Edible Garden at AT&T Ball Park in San Francisco, a finalist chosen by guest judge Rita Konig: “I think this is such a fabulous example of when urban/state/city councils do something terrific. This has been beautifully executed and it is such a great idea. It isn’t easy to actually think to do this and then execute it so well.” Photograph by Marion Brenner or Cesar Rubio.

Orchard & Vegetable Garden Project

Above: Tait Moring Landscape Architect submitted this Orchard and Vegetable Garden in Westlake Hills, Texas, which was chosen by Rita Konig: “I love the various sections in this garden. The orchard is particularly pretty with its square planting and I love the wooden structure. I think it has a lot of intrigue and is going to improve even more as the years pass and the garden becomes more established and thicker.” Photograph by Tait Moring.

Tiny Urban Garden Project

Above: This Tiny Urban Garden in Denver, Colorado, was submitted by Our House Project and chosen by Rita Konig, who said: “I love how this garden has been created out of so little space and is so productive. I really like the path through it and just think it is very charming. They are also obviously terrific gardeners as they are producing so much.”

Regal Redwood Grove Project

Above: David Thorne Landscape Architect submitted this Regal Redwood Grove project in Orinda, California, chosen by Michelle Slatalla, who said: “From one northern California gardener to another, congratulations on getting anything to grow in the shade of surrounding redwood trees, especially edibles. The garden is serene and peaceful and if it were mine, most afternoons you’d find me in one of the chairs under the gazebo.” Photograph by Treve Johnson.

Have you chosen your favorite? Then head to the best Edible Garden category page to vote.

Don’t forget to vote once per day in all contest categories on both Gardenista and Remodelista, now through August 4.

Finally, learn how to successfully design and create an edible garden with our Hardscaping 101: Edible Gardens guide.

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