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Edible Estates is an essay book on Fritz Haeg's art project to transform monoculture, grass covered front lawns into bio-diverse, food producing, lovely gardens. Not a how-to book, but rather a project overview and commentary on several installations, the book is an inspiration for those wanting more from their property than a barrier from the public.