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Senga's Debut Book
Senga's Debut Book is availalble on AMAZON.ca. Order Your Copy Today!
As Reviewed in 'Globe and Mail' - 'Terrific' and 'Wow' were the words that came to mind when..... (Read Full Review)
For urban dwellers who don’t have much space or suburbanites who aren’t ready to rip out the front lawn and replace it with hills of potatoes, growing any significant amount of food can seem like an impossible endeavour. But it doesn’t have to be! Edible Landscaping demonstrates just how simple it can be to grow a stash of tasty vegetables, fruits and herbs while creating a beautiful green space. Whether one’s outdoor oasis is a boulevard, backyard or merely a balcony, everyone can get on the fast track to creating an edible and aesthetically pleasing garden with this practical guide.
Edible Landcaping includes advice on the most resilient and rewarding edible plants and detailed plans for fifteen types of urban gardens—from green roofs, community gardens and children’s gardens to hanging container gardens—enabling anyone with an interest in growing their own food to design a space to perfectly match their environment and needs.
Senga's Upcoming Book 2014
On the heels of her debut book ‘Edible, Landscaping, Urban Food Gardens That Look Great’ author Senga Lindsay shows you how you can be the designer of your own life. In her new book ‘Edible Living: Supredibles for Table and Body.' she shows you how to achieve optimum wellness, turn back the clock on aging and lose weight by growing your own organic Superfood vegetables, fruits and herbs.
By practising what she preaches Senga shows you how you too can shed those unwanted pounds, look years younger and achieve better health from the top edibles you can easily grow and from your balcony or back yard. Click here for Senga's Facebook and Updates
See Senga on CTV - Morning Live Vancouver
Author and landscape architect Senga Lindsay explains how to put together an edible centrepiece to make your dining experience creative, fresh and unique.
Senga Landscape Architecture is a Vancouver BC Canada landscape architect company. SLA is built around a simple philosophy. The basic tenet of landscape design notes that a site dictates its intended experience. A site tells you what it wants to be - the art of developing truly outstanding work is in the listening.
We believe that landscape design should acknowledge and respect this philosophy. Successful landscape solutions depend on employing design that enhances both man-made and natural environments. Learn more about our services, portfolio, company info and green resources. And contact us if you would have any questions or would like to discuss our landscape architecture services.
from our blog
14-02-09 Senga a Speaker at Pacific Northwest Garden Show. Speaking to a crowd of over 200 people Senga presented her 'Senga's Seven' Edible Garden Trends. Senga spoke on everything from Edible Walls and Roofs to Permaculture and Edible Containers. W
January 19 2014 Sengas Blog Latest Book Review is in!. Senga's book 'Edible Gardens, Urban Food Gardens that Look Great' starts off the new year with a new review from Ontario. Read the latest review here.....
November 21/13 Senga's Blog - Class of 2013 Sustainable Landscape Design. On November 21/13 the Sustainable Landscape Design Class of 2013 graduated from UBC'S Continuing Education Program. See more from the class of 2013....
from our events
Feb 9/14 Senga Presents at Northwest Flower and Garden Show, Seattle. Edible Garden Ideas to Inspire Top Tips for Urban Food Gardens Want an edible garden that thrives, is stylish, yet friendly to the planet? Learn basic horticultural requirements of
Feb 15/14 Seedy Saturday, Victoria, BC. Senga will be be presenting at the Seedy Saturday show in Victoria, BC. Her talk - 'Floors, Walls and Roofs – The Hottest Trends in Edible Landscaping By Senga' shows you how you can transform your landscapes into a space that not only looks beautiful but you can eat it too – including your walls, roofs and containers. Seeday Saturday is Victoria's celebration of seeds to support seed diversity!
March 8/13 Senga Speaking at Sunshine Coast Botanical Garden Society. 'The Best of the Best: Edible Trees, Shrubs and Plants to Use in Your Landscape'