Are you looking to grow a food forest? Look no further! Here are some top resources to get you started on your journey towards a sustainable and abundant food source.
First and foremost, consider using woodchips to cover your soil. This helps to promote healthy soil and reduce the need for weeding. Plus, it’s a great way to recycle local trees that have been crushed and recycled.
Next, make sure to plant plenty of perennials. These are plants that will come back year after year, saving you time and money on replanting. And don’t worry about pulling them up at the end of the season – letting them finish their life cycle naturally will actually benefit your soil in the long run.
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Looking for some inspiration? Check out this mature food forest for ideas on what your own forest could look like.
And for even more guidance, watch this video on planting seeds in wood chips for a back-to-eden garden.