Great Basin Edible Landscape Garden

Great Basin Edible Landscape Garden

Wholesome local food & sustainable growing practices

Our gardens echo the mission of the Great Basin Community Food Co-op--to provide wholesome, local food--grown using sustainable growing practices. The majority of the plants are edible. The gardens include permanent plantings of fruit trees, shrubs, and perennials as well as production beds filled with vegetables and herbs.

Great Basin Food Co-op Customers

Showing what we can grow in the high desert

Pollinator plants and a Bee Hotel complement the edible plantings to attract beneficial bugs, bees, and butterflies. Maintenance of the edible landscape is provided by landscape architect Jana Vanderhaar and Great Basin Community Food Coop member-owners. If your are interested in volunteering, contact us through the contact link at the bottom of this page.

People planting
Pink Flowers
Collage of plants