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    Fruit tree polycultures, or 'guilds' - Central food producer planted with dynamic accumulators, nitrogen-fixers, ground covers, insectaries.

    Permaculture | The Fruit Nut

    drought tolerant plants: French lavender; olive trees, and New Zealand grasses, particularly varieties of poa.

    Garden Designer Visit: Lavender Fields in Australia: Gardenista

    A List Of edible perennials to add to the garden.

    A List Of Perennials You Can Eat!

    Do you know which vegetables grow best together? Here are 5 companion planting charts to help you plant your garden, and keep those veggies happy. #gardenchat #gardening

    Companion Planting | The WHOot

    Companion Plant Layout - 2

    Free Plant Guilds E-Book from Midwest Permaculture. "Permaculture Guild" describe a collection of plants (a polyculture) that individually could survive on their own, but perform much better when grouped together.

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    How to Raise a Eureka Lemon Tree

    Lamb's Ear (Facts about the useful herb and landscape plant -- it's a softie,and easy to grow, too!)

    How To Grow & Use Wooly Lamb's Ear

    Plant a fig tree!

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    Companion plants for fruit trees, including apples, pears, peaches, cherries, and plums. Great article with lots of good information. statebystategarde...

    Fruit Tree Friends | Midwest Edition eNewsletter

    What to plant around fruit trees. (guild)

    Little House in the Suburbs

    Nova Raspberry - Veseys


    dwarf apple fruit tree

    7 Popular Dwarf or Miniature Fruit Trees For A Limited Space

    Dwarf Orange Tree

    7 Popular Dwarf or Miniature Fruit Trees For A Limited Space

    Perfume Rose 'France Libre®'

    Parfum-Rose 'France Libre®'

    Along "berry boulevard" towards the old orchard. Raspberries on the left, edible perennials on the right.

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    Fig Guild - peas, beans, nasturtium, mint and garlic

    fruit tree guilds (plants forum at permies)

    Permaculture - how to plant a guild excellent resource

    Bullock's Permaculture Homestead, Orcas Island, WA, USA

    fruit tree companion planting

    Fruit Tree Friends | Chicagoland Gardening eNewsletter

    Create Your Own Forest Garden with These 5 Plants

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    How to Grow Figs - The Homestead Garden

    bamboo in barrels. grows quickly, adds privacy.

    Bamboo for Privacy, a Follow-up

    Growing Figs in Containers

    Growing Figs in Containers


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    Cherry Parfait™

    Cherry Parfait™ - Roses