Tag Archives: Forest gardening

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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Permaculture Slide Show

I’m working on an “in the background” running slide presentation that gives a hint as to the nature of permaculture and edible landscaping. I’m hoping it will help to inspire others to make positive changes in their own landscapes. Let … Continue reading

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Plant Guild Update

In my post, “A Lesson,” I documented efforts to begin regeneration of the soil around our hurtin’, and literally, “weeping” cherry tree. I finished the sheet mulched bed and began to design a plant guild which will, hopefully, help this … Continue reading

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