A group of municipalities in the UK are opting to grow vegetables around town in place of ornamental plants and flowers.

A group of municipalities in the UK are opting to grow vegetables around town in place of ornamental plants and flowers.

The edible plants would be located in numerous convenient locations, and Residents will be able to casually pick their own food from these public garden patches.

The Guardian reports:

Vegetable beds, herb gardens and orchards have sprung up on sites as varied – and previously urban – as the railway station forecourt and an elderly people's home, under the aegis of the Incredible Edible Todmorden campaign.

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