Food – Edible Landscapes

Photo Courtesy of Resolution Gardens


Resolution GardensResolution Gardens Logo
Randy Jewart • (512) 743-4245

Resolution Gardens is a full-service landscaping company with a special focus on food.  Our motto is “Grow Food — We’ll Help.”  We are passionate believers in the health benefits of home-based food growing for our bodies, the environment and our local economy.  We offer raised-bed garden kits, design and construction of edible landscapes and traditional victory gardens.  We also will refurbish existing gardens.  We’ll do anything to help you achieve your gardening goals.  Since 2009 we’ve built over 800 garden projects in Greater Austin and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

The city of Austin is 800,000 acres — we see enormous potential to grow food for our community right here!

Southern Exposure
Kirby Fry • (512) 663-9538

We build houses and edible, beneficial perennial gardens.

Symbiosis Regenerative SystemsSymbiosis Logo
Michael Wolfert • (512) 815-2537

At Symbiosis Regenerative Systems we design properties to grow food, build healthy soil, prevent erosion and flooding, and recharge aquifers, ponds and lakes.  Our regenerative designs increase quality of life and help people reconnect to nature as stewards of their land. On top of that, we can increase property values by adding access roads, rain tanks, fencing, water features, gardens, orchards, terraces, and more.  We strive to help our clients live a regenerative lifestyle while improving their land and enjoying this deeply satisfying process.

YardFarmYard Farm Logo
Zachary Herigodt • (512) 961-7117

Gardens you can eat!  YardFarm designs & constructs beautiful veggie gardens, native landscapes, modern architectural details & irrigation systems.  YardFarm has been building veggie gardens and sustainable landscapes since 2009 and has completed hundreds of projects, small and large.  We work in a variety of materials and our craftsmen take pride in creating productive and enjoyable gardens and landscapes that are resilient, waterwise, and beautiful.

Continue to Preventing Food Waste ->

Share via
Copy link
Powered by Social Snap