I recently listed my home for sale by one of the more prestigious firms in my area figuring an easy sell in spite of the economy. Sixty days on the market and several showings but not one offer. I have planted raised beds, several varieties of dwarf fruit trees, several varieties of berries, a greenhouse, an herb garden and many other edible landscaping plants. But apparently this is a big negative with today's home buyers who are more interested in manicured lawns and professional landscaping. Many lookers have commented as such. How naive I was to think people would actually be interested in growing their own food. And all the hard work has already been done! Everyone apparently loved the house but the garden was just too much work for their soft bodies. This has shown me first hand the ignorance and complacency of the pleebs that I had only heard about from many members of this forum. A real eye opener. The agent of course wants me to drop the price until it sells. I will take it off the market instead and will be eating fresh when the price skyrockets or the stores run out. Screw 'em!