Category Archives: Edible forest gardening

Update in photos

I’ve not had to do much with these wonderful gardens this year, thankfully. The rains and the sun and the insects and the fertile soil have been giving the plants what they need for the most part. I come and … Continue reading

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Perennial abundance

This spring, I am seeing the benefits and the beauty of establishing perennial food systems on a small scale in the inner suburbs of Philadelphia. This season, I’ve not been able to spend as much time in the gardens of … Continue reading

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William Tell goes organic

The lighting is wrong but the shot is perfect! Here is a most wonderful person sporting a gorgeous organic apple that came from one of our two apple trees. J planted the trees some time before I came to live … Continue reading

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Baby Baptisia

Meet a couple of my wild blue indigo seedlings. Baptisia Australis is a tap rooted perennial herb which can take a little shade though prefers sun and fixes nitrogen. It grows to about 5′ high x 2′ wide and blooms … Continue reading

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