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shortages have become increasingly concerning, it is more crucial than ever to take control of our own nutrition. . In this video, we'll show you our top 9 edible forest plants that are suitable for planting in an edible , ornamental landscape. These plants are attractive, edible and/or medicinal easy to grow and are great for harvesting your own and creating your own edible landscaping!

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With the rising uncertainties surrounding food supply chains and the need to ensure a well-balanced diet, growing your own food offers an excellent solution. These plants will thrive in a hot climate. We grow them in our food forest in zone 9b. With a little bit of research and a little bit of gardening, you can easily create your own edible landscape! This video details our 9 top edible food forest plants for your edible landscaping project.

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We're excited to share with you our top 9 must-have food forest plants for your edible landscape. Creating a sustainable and diverse ecosystem in your own backyard has never been easier!

1. Cranberry Hibiscus (Hibiscus acetosella): Known for its vibrant red foliage, this plant not only adds visual appeal but also produces edible leaves that are tangy and nutritious.

2. Roselle Hibiscus (Hibiscus sabdariffa): With its impressive red calyces, Roselle Hibiscus is perfect for making delicious and refreshing teas. Its leaves can also be added to salads for a unique flavor.

3. Ruby Hibiscus (Hibiscus Radiatus): This stunningly beautiful Hibiscus variety is a great addition to any . Its leaves are tender and make for tasty stir-fries or salads.

4. Okinawan Spinach ( bicolor): This leafy green not only adds a pop of vibrant color to your landscape but is also packed with antioxidants and essential nutrients. Enjoy it raw or lightly cooked

5. ( procumbens): As the name suggests, this hardy vine is not only nutritious but also believed to have various health benefits. Its leaves can be enjoyed in salads or steamed

6. (Sauropus androgynus): Indo-Asian in origin, is a versatile plant that offers both edible leaves and tasty yellow fruits. It thrives in warm climates and adds a unique flavor to various dishes

7. (Plectranthus rotundifolius): This African tuber plant is not only a great source of starch but also has medicinal properties. Its leaves and tubers are both edible and nutritious

8. Ginger (Zingiber officinale): A widely recognized ingredient in culinary and medicinal practices, ginger is a versatile plant that adds a zing to your dishes and offers numerous health benefits

9. Turmeric (Zingiberaceae): Known for its bright yellow color and earthy flavor, turmeric is a powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties. It can be used fresh or dried to spice up your meals.

In addition to these fantastic plants, we also recommend considering , Colocasia (Elephant Ear), Butterfly Pea Vine (Clitoria ternatea), and Peanut (Arachis glabrata) for your

Start creating your very own edible landscape and enjoy the benefits of fresh, homegrown produce. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe for more informative videos like this one. Happy gardening!

0:00 Intro
0:16 #1 Hibiscus
0:51 Cranberry Hibiscus
1:09 Roselle Hibiscus
1:27 Ruby Hibiscus
1:37 #2 Okinawan Spinach
2:15 #3
2:40 #4
3:25 #5 African Potato Mint
3:54 #6 Ginger/Turmeric
4:16 #7
4:44 #8 Colocasia
5:07 #9 Butterfly Pea Vine
5:38 Bonus Perennial Peanut

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