Trellis idea chart
trellis idea chart @ its-a-green-life
Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant
What is an Edible Forest Garden? It is the art & science of putting plants together in woodland-like patterns that forge mutually beneficial relationships, creating an ecosystem that is more than the sum of its parts. You can grow fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, other useful plants, & animals in a way that mimics natural ecosystems. You can create a beautiful, diverse, high-yield garden. If designed with care & deep understanding of ecosystem function, it is largely self-maintaining.
Temperate Climate Permaculture: What is an Edible Forest Garden?
"Would you like a garden that produces bountiful harvest year after year without back-breaking effort?" What is Permaculture? Plus 12 More of Your Permaculture Questions Answered
Companion Planting Basics - Tips for using Companion Plants in your garden. Includes a list of great combinations of companion plants.
14 Totally Organic DIY Projects to Get Rid of Pests Safely and Naturally
20 Insanely Clever Gardening Tips and Ideas (with pictures!)
Urban Farm Mag - not companion plants
Companion Planting Chart
The marigold has antiseptic, anti-inflammatory anti-bacterial properties. It is also excellent in healing burns, stings impetigo. Marigolds are wonderful in treating warts, corns calluses. The flowers are also used in the treatment of many skin conditions from eczema to varicose ulcers. The marigold can be juiced from fresh flowers leaves or made into a tea using dried flowers. The tea purifies the blood while helping expel worms, herpes or Hepatitis. #dherbs #healthtips
How to Ditch the City and Start a Farm | www.thepaleomama.com .001
How to Ditch the City and Start a Farm - The Paleo Mama
create your own food forest...the 7 layers of the food forest! 1. big tree canopy; 2.understory trees that like filtered shade; 3.shrubs bushes; 4.herbs grasses; 5. ground covers; 6. tubers rhiozomes; 7. climbing vines