A new book out this month promises to fertilize the idea that America's ornamental but impractical front yards would be better off as working gardens. Fritz Haeg says he wrote “Edible Estates: Attack on the Front Lawn” as an expression of his training as both an artist and an architect. “People have this impression that this is all part of some large organization or business venture,” he said. “It's neither — just an independent artist project that I started.” Haeg's idea urges Americans ...

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