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.
Besides many types of bamboo shoots being edible, bamboo serves a functional, flexible purpose as a companion plant to solve many gardening problems in an edible landscape or 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
Ducks as pets? It's easier and more fun than most can imagine to adopt pets that are born for roaming the great outdoors but can also adjust to indoor living.
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.
Propagate grape vines using this low cost, low labor method for your food forest or food garden.
If your duck-keeping goal is 100% sustainability and free-ranging ducks the permaculture way, here are some food foresting tips for you.
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.
Although mulching your food garden help to retain soil moisture and build soil fertility organically, there is a way to go about it without causing your plants to be "eaten" during the nitrogen tie-up of the breakdown process.
Weird Things You Can Feed Your Compost Worms, Red Wrigglers, European Nightcrawlers, African Nightcrawlers
Keeping your Red Wrigglers, European Nightcrawlers, African Nightcrawlers well fed may seem like a daunting task, but they have voracious appetites and will eat a whole host of different foods that are easily attained while keeping your home cleaner and
Expand your urban jungle or jungalow in a soil-less fashion with easy-to-grow, fast-growing semi-hydroponic leca plants.
Stop mulching your edible landscape and try these permaculture plants to grow mulch, save time and money, and let plants mulch the food forest for you.
Rooting cuttings in leca clay balls is a quick, soil-less, and easy method to grow your semi-hydroponic plant collection.
Leca is a soil-free planting medium for house plants that uses semi-hydroponics to allow good airflow to plant roots grown in a container that holds water and typically has no drainage holes.
Not every plant is capable of growing in a kokedama moss ball, but these house plants have been proven to thrive when grown as kokedamas and are easy to care for.
Asparagus plants have some pretty intense root systems, are water loving, and, once established, are drought tolerant. For new fruit trees with slow-growing or thin roots, the thicker, faster-growing roots of the asparagus plant can make space in heavy, clay
The best duck pond plants for growing duck feed and duck food that is nutritious, cost-effective, and sustainable while supporting the development of your edible landscape.
Whether you need a place to hold water in your edible landscape to keep your plants going through droughts in the summer or are adding ducks and fish to your edible landscape, there is true power in a permaculture pond