Growing a Permaculture Food Forest:
How to Create a Garden Ecosystem You Only Plant Once But Can Harvest for Years
One of my favorite ways to garden was once known as lazy gardening. I call getting your garden to work for you just plain smart. I like to plant things that will come back year after year with little effort. When you have the right knowledge you can grow a garden that will be easy to care for and can be used for years to come. Where do you get this kind of knowledge you ask? From self sufficiency expert Caleb Warnock’s book entitled “Growing a Permaculture Food Forest”
This fantastic book explains which plants will not only come back each year, but many that will reseed and multiply themselves. Learn to identify and properly use plants known as wild edibles. Readers will also learn to determine which plants can be harvested during the different times of the year. Don’t have land? Warnock talks you through that issue too. A great book for anyone wanting to be a little more self reliant.
- Reasons to Plant a Food Forest
- Welcome to the Garden of Eden
- Designing Your Food Forest
- How to Start a Public food Forest
- How to Borrow a Food Forest
- The Clean and Tidy Food forest
- Sustainable Harvesting
- Reverse Seasons in a Food Forest
- Why Order From Seedrenaissance.com
- Questions and Answers
- About the Author
- About Familius
Planting your own garden can cut down your grocery bill, but few people have the time to cultivate a big harvest every year. Self-sufficiency expert Caleb Warnock shares his expertise in creating a permaculture food forest: a garden that you plant once and then leave in the hands of Mother Nature for years to come. Best of all, this natural, sustainable, and low-maintenance garden can succeed in any climate, and Growing a Permaculture Food Forest can show you how.
This compact guidebook includes:
Lists of the best flowers & herbs for food forests
Wild edibles for food forests
What NOT to plant
Sustainable harvesting, and
So much more!
Seasonal planting and constant weeding are things of the past!
With a permaculture food forest, you can feed your family with homegrown vegetables without all the fuss!
Ready to Buy? Head over to Familius and get a copy.
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