Edible landscaping has become quite popular. It is wonderful to be able to grow and harvest your own food and common annual vegetables and fruits such as lettuce, chard, and tomatoes can certainly be incorporated into a landscape in an artful way. But there are also many hardy plant choices less commonly known or utilized that can produce food in a sustainable way with less work, less disturbing of the soil and the fungi that help to feed the plants, while offering beauty (and habitat and even medicinal qualities) to the landscape as well. Examples of perennial edibles:

Chilean Blueberry (Luma apiculata)

Strawberry Guava –(Psidium cattleianum)

Oregon Grape- (Mahonia aquifolium)

Chameleon Plant – (Houttuynia cordata)

Grecian Bay (Laurel-Laurus nobilis)