I am sloooowwwwwllllyyyy making more of my landscape edible. Love having some things that just keep coming back. Wondering what others have I have a few strawberry plants. Had a TON a few years ago from an organic garden that was clearing out beds & like a dummy I shared them until I had only about 20 left. Well, not all made it. So now I have maybe 8 plants. Hoping they spread over time though. I just picked up a few little blueberry cuttings to plant that will hopefully become full grown bushes in years to come, but HAPPY DANCE this morning I found some wild blueberries in my yard at the woodsline. WOOT. Which brings me to WHY I was at the woodsline... I have raspberries & wineberries. Had them in my garden, small neat row. They have taken over a huge area so I spent some time last night digging some. This morning I was clearing a new area to put them and while clearing I found the blueberries. So, I cleared all kinds of junk from around them & will cross fingers that they really spread out now that they have more room. The raspberries & wine berries shall have netting over them next year so I can actually get some! I also planted 2 small grape cuttings 4 years ago. Last year we got just a few sad little grapes. This year it the plant has taken over the arbor & all the fencing around it. Have to do something new to support them for next year. For those with fruit trees, how long till they started producing? Thinking apple, pear, peach trees are in my future. Would love an online source if any of you have them that is cheaper than most places. Looked last year and a small fruit tree was $25 and up at the nursery EEK. Oh, and garlic chives. Love adding that to pesto. Last but not least, I have some herbs that keep coming back. Hoping to cultivate that a little better going forward. Oregano, parsley & mint. So, share & give me some ideas in the process. What did you plant that just keeps giving you more food?