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A study in passive agriculture creation
The Syntax of Chaos… [Print]
The Syntax of Chaos… [Digital]
The real problems of gardening
The New Tools of Gardening
Part I: The Primacy of Perennials
Map of Mortal Tree
native fruit plants
July 21, 2017
January 24, 2018
Notes on Aronia (How does it taste?)
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The term chaos: a number of readers take a moment to realize a new meaning for this word -to realize it can be a resource.
Did you guess bamboo? It's not!
This went from 0 to 30-some fast.
Not so very long ago, where the ground kept drying up and cracking from the barren exposure to sun and wind, there are lush trees dripping with peaches!
So much goes on in the food forest, and there is so much to show, I decided a small tour of a couple highlights would be a great treat to keep you updated.
Perhaps this is the first time you've seen camassia? It's a native, notable for its edible bulb -used extensively by several Native American tribes.
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