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,
Growing beautiful bamboos bog-style, in the wetland area of your unlined, natural pond will not only help prevent erosion of your pond's sides, but will help to shade your pond and create a lovely, green privacy screen.
Companion plant "Sweet Shoot" aka Vegetable Bamboo in the edible landscape with these delicious plants. Grow more food in less space! 🧡
Growing Giant Leaf Bamboo as part of your permaculture food forest, can help support and increase food production and provide protection for plants and poultry.
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.
While Dwarf Buddha Belly Bamboo is easy to grow, there are a few tips in order to speed up the growth of this beautiful bamboo and several ways to maximize its usefulness in a food forest or food garden.