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Every yard is a little different, so please take a moment to schedule a consultation and we’ll be glad to assist you.
Edible Landscapes is currently only available in the greater Orlando, FL area.
If you are not located within our series area, consider connecting with us virtually via our Remote Garden Education services
As you continue to stay at home to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, we encourage you to grow food. Also, check out our Garden Resources page for helpful gardening tips and tricks.
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A Garden Installation Service By Fleet Farming
*** If You Do Not See A Time That Works Best For You, Please Email [email protected] to schedule directly with our team.
How much will a garden installation cost?
Well, it depends. The final cost will vary on the size of the garden you want, the size of your yard, and the distance from our HQ to your house. Typically the base cost for a 4x4ft stater raised bed starts at $500. If you want the 4x8ft raised bed – plus installation, plants, and irrigation – the total will be closer to $1000.
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes! We typically ask for a 50% deposit to begin construction, and then you can pay off the rest in installments.
Will you be transforming my front yard into a farm?
No. Edible Landscapes offers raised bed gardens and fruit trees. We want you to be able to engage with your garden and get a successful growing experience. We find that a small raised bed is easier to take care of than an entire front yard.
So you won’t be coming to my house on a bike to farm my front yard?
No. The Farmlette program is a very limited program that only exists in the neighborhood of Audubon Park in Orlando, where we farm about 15 front yards within very close proximity to each other.
Will you be taking care of my garden for me?
For an additional fee, we offer weekly maintenance services if you are interested, but our goal is to empower you to grow your own food. Seasonal maintenance services are key if your garden needs some fresh soil. If you need additional guidance, check out our Garden Resources and Remote Education Services.