Edible Landscapes Project

Edible landscapes convert traditionally landscaped spaces to bountiful gardens that grow food for the community!  An edible landscape is like a garden, but in places you wouldn't expect to see food growing. Edible landscapes show the community how easy it can be to grow your own food.  The food that is grown in these public spaces is for anyone and everyone to enjoy! Visit our five locations; Central Plaza, Mineral Palace Park, JJ Raigoza Park, Sunset Park, and Fuel and Iron Food Hall!

JJ Raigoza

The JJ Raigoza edible landscape is located in JJ Raigoza Park in Bessemer on Maryland and Pine St.
MAP IT HERE!
In this garden...
Oregano, Thyme, Basil, Cucumber, Bell Pepper, Large Tomato, Cherry Tomato, Lettuce, Pueblo Chile, Pueblo Chile Primrose, Watermelon, Lettuce, Carrot, Radish, Eggplant and more.

Mineral Palace 

Mineral Palace edible landscape is located in the beautiful Mineral Palace Park closest to the corner of Court St. and 15th. St. 
MAP IT HERE!
In this garden...
Oregano, Thyme, Basil, Cucumber, Bell Pepper, Large Tomato, Cherry Tomato, Lettuce, Pueblo Chile, Pueblo Chile Primrose, Cantaloup, Lettuce, Carrot, Radish, Zucchini and more.

Central Plaza

Sunset Park

Central Plaza edible landscape is located on Main St. near Bistoro restaurant! 
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In this garden...
Oregano, Sage, Basil, Tarragon, Thyme, Elderberry, Strawberry, Cherry Tomato, Kale, Cucumber, Pueblo Chile and more. 
Sunset Park is on University Cir. on the grassy field between Sunset Park Elementary School and Westminster Church
MAP IT HERE!
In this garden...
Oregano, Thyme, Basil, Cucumber, Bell Pepper, Large Tomato, Cherry Tomato, Lettuce, Pueblo Chile, Pueblo Chile Primrose, Cantaloup, Lettuce, Carrot, Radish, Zucchini and more.
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