Temperate Food Forests For Beginners

Temperate Food Forests For Beginners
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Total Pages : 96
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ISBN-10 : 1700534777
ISBN-13 : 9781700534774
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Book Synopsis Temperate Food Forests For Beginners by : Dana Thompson

Download or read book Temperate Food Forests For Beginners written by Dana Thompson and published by . This book was released on 2019-10-17 with total page 96 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book excerpt: Are you interested in growing a productive food forest garden in a temperate climate area?Much of the information about growing forest gardens are written for people living in tropical or subtropical zones. This means that the plant choices and water management systems are quite different to those that are living in a coastal environment.In this book you will find information that is useful for us temperate zone people. No banana palms or pineapple plants in sight!This book is designed to be a reference book for beginners and more advanced gardeners. It covers everything you need to know about starting a food forest, and nothing that you don't need to know. It is designed to be simple to follow and easy to read, while arming you with the information and skills that you need to successfully grow your own edible food forest garden.Forest gardening, also known as food forests, edible forests or permaculture gardens are becoming more and more popular within the temperate zone context.There are a few popularly known large forest gardens, and so many more in peoples urban backyards. If you have found yourself reading this book, I presume that you are interested in finding out more about edible forest gardening and how it can benefit you, your family, your community and the planet.


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