In this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show In this episode of the Vegetable Gardening show, Mike chats with Matt Lebon, owner of Custom Foodscaping on how you can bring food to spaces in your yard that are not being used. Matt is going to teach us about the world of edible gardening where you take areas of your property and turn them into food producing landscapes. He will teach us which trees to choose, which fruit bushes we should avoid, and why you should focus in on combining annuals with perennials for a better look. This and so much more on this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show! Here's what we'll cover in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show ◾ What is foodscaping◾ How foodscaping brings food to spaces that are not used◾ How perennials and annuals work together to create an edible landscape◾ You should be using these as the anchors of your edible landscape◾ Why some annual vegetables do not make great choices for edible landscapes and what to do about it◾ Which bushes you should avoid for an edible landscape Mentioned in this episode of The Vegetable Gardening Show ◾ Custom Foodscaping About this episode's guest, Matt Lebon Matt is the founder and owner of Custom Foodscaping; Have Your Landscape and Eat It Too. Drawing on over ten years of farming and gardening experience, Matt has become an expert in edible landscaping, organic agriculture, orcharding, and permaculture design. In his native town of St. Louis, MO, he has transformed his 5,200 square foot yard from grass to abundance by planting an urban food forest. At Custom Foodscaping he is dedicated to transforming the everyday places we work, learn and play into beautiful food-producing landscapes.