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Food Forest Gardens & Plant Guilds in Permaculture Design. Learn how to create plant guilds in your own backyard with permaculture design examples. Learn the 7 layer food forest and how to add polyculture examples to your permaculture garden. Growing a food forest garden is rewarding, here are some FREE permaculture
Diagram I originally made for the Oikos print catalog, but which Ken wasn't interested in including, showing the main layers of a multidimensional forest garden ecosystem.
Planting perennial vegetables lets you plant once and harvest delicious (and unusual) veggies for years to come. Find out about more than 50 plants to choose from, many cold hardy to zone 3, or even colder! #perennialvegetables #permaculture
ashley dickens saved to Gardening
Permaculture food forests are autopilot gardens that need little human intervention except in the beginning. Here's how to build one.
L.Be Sholar saved to Wildstead
How to establish a successful food forest in your backyard? Follow these tips on how to plan and design your food forest for success. Which food plants and trees should you include? Ideas for your food forest garden. #foodforest #backyard #foodforrestdesign #gardenideas #backyardplants #foodplants
jennifer stallcup saved to garden
Having a large garden has been a dream of ours for years. In 2015 we unexpectedly got a chance to buy a plot basically next to our allotment. The plot is a slightly tapered rectangular (which I gue…
Amanda Layton saved to For the Garden
A three-tiered triggurat provides clear divisions of the bottom layers of a food forest. Shrubs, the herbaceous layer, ground cover and the root layer all have space in this segmented structure. Climbers penetrate all layers and the canopy is provided by a tree in our backyard. This creates a cooperative micro-climate, mimicking natural systems and benefiting all layers.
Ryan Nixon saved to Food Sanctuary
Permaculture, regenerative agriculture, forest gardening, sustainable home restoration, community organizing, edible landscaping: Pathways to plenty.
Terri Waldeck saved to Food forest garden