Here is a residential frontyard garden that the authorities up in Canada want reduced to one-third its size, in accordance with city code. Online, a resistance has formed. Here, you can sign a petition to support frontyard food production. Obviously, Farmscape stands with our Quebecois kindred gardeners: this beautiful potager should be allowed and encouraged.
I wanted to share the picture because the yard is beautifully designed and looks immaculately maintained. I think one of the reasons this garden stands out, among many that have been challenged by local ordinances before, is that this potager looks professional-grade.
"There's such thing as professional-grade gardening?" you ask. Yes. Farmscape, for example. We design, install, and then maintain gardens of this caliber. We hold ourselves to high standards for the appearance, and also the quantity and quality of yield. Our Urban Farm Architect will design a garden that looks this good. Our team of mobile urban farmers will grow more and better food there than you imagined possible. If you'd like a professional-grade garden, please give us a call.
Here's an example of Farmscape's garden design tailored to match the California Bungalow architectural style:
And don't worry about the garden police shutting you down. Cities within the Los Angeles metro do not enforce these same narrowminded restrictions on farm-forward frontyard landscaping. Here in Southern California, odds are nearly certain you can keep 100% of your potager. No city has moved to stop any of the three hundred-some gardens we've set up so far.