Season 1, Episode 7

Edible Garden

Jeff, Maureen and their two children are a green, eco-conscious family. They do everything they can to take care of the planet including growing their own organic vegetables in their giant backyard. They'd like to keep their large backyard sustainable, but they have no vision when it comes to what to do. Jamie decides to his explore his new home, Los Angeles, for inspiration. Known for its modern, cutting edge architecture and burgeoning green movement, Jamie decides to do a contemporary sustainable outdoor breakfast nook and lounge area with a productive food garden. A visit to a former smog shop turned event space yields a whole new way to create vertical gardens by using felted recycled plastic bottles. At an edible garden, Jamie and edible garden expert John share an enthusiasm for structural companion planting where beneficial plants grown next to one another. Jamie takes away an idea for A-frame climbing structures for vegetables and herbs as well as a worm farm for natural composting. This is one of Jamie's yummiest gardens with a little something for every family member.
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