Growing figs is an easy, rewarding food harvest that will give you the chance to discover for yourself just how sweet and soft figs are supposed to be.
When you're looking to increase your food harvests by growing food in every available space, here are some ground-dwelling edible plants to help make that happen.
Skip some of the time-consuming--and expensive--trial and error of establishing a productive food forest by trying some of these permaculture methods for growing organic food.
Speed up the growth and grow more food by companion planting the beautiful--and edible--Bonfire Patio Peach Tree with these delicious food plants.
One of the biggest challenges in permaculture agroforestry… or edible landscaping, is figuring out ways to make everything more sustainable, require less labor, and keep the loop closed while building fertility to grow more food, timber, plants, and trees. Now,
Companion plant "Sweet Shoot" aka Vegetable Bamboo in the edible landscape with these delicious plants. Grow more food in less space! 🧡
A list of food producing plants, like asparagus and bamboo, that help increase humidity and provide protective shade to help new fruit trees mature and produce more quickly.
So you've hatched or otherwise adopted some chickens and ducks and they don't seem to be finding nearly as many bugs as you would like. Perhaps you've dug through the soil yourself and there doesn't seem to be all that
Protect your ducks and chickens from flying predators & increase winter harvests by growing more food year round.
Use these shade-loving plants to reduce the labor and time of bringing in mulch and leaves while increasing fertility and creating compost for your edible landscape or garden.
Fish and ducks benefits include: reducing labor and increasing food harvests by eating pests and providing organic fertilizer to your edible landscape.
Growing duck and chicken coop bedding in the edible landscape improves a permaculture system while increasing fertility and saving money.
Planting bamboo in your edible landscape will help you to harness the true power of this endlessly helpful and nutritious giant vegetable to spring forward the progress of your food forest.
Ducks have a sticky excrement that when combined with water, sinks and disperses rather quickly allowing it to be sucked into holes in a pond and mucking them up (think each hole in the pond acts as a drain in
Take more steps to creating a closed-loop, permaculture system by feeding your homestead ducks...or chickens... the sustainable, low-cost way. Here are some plants to help you do it featuring many perennials.
Although water is a necessary resource in growing a beautiful garden or landscape, we can always adapt to reduce water waste and be more environmentally friendly.
Viewing of the Bonfire Patio Dwarf Peach Tree While Fruiting in a Permaculture Food Forest (Edible Landscape)
Take a look at the beautiful Bonfire Patio Peach Tree, its lovely foliage, and the fruit it produces in this edible landscape.
How To Use Grape Vines, Pea Vines, and Sweet Potato Vines To Give Your Edible Landscape\Garden Ducks A Protective Canopy
Protect your food forest ducks from flying predators by growing an edible canopy to hide them from danger.
Companion plants with robust roots and fast growth that conquer heavy, clay soils to help grow your food forest quickly and easily.
Not training your grapevines can lead to a summer filled with regret, grow grapevine trellises that reduce labor and add additional harvests to your food garden.