How You Can Grow a Forest Garden With 500 Edible Plants

Summary by Cindy Olmstead

Martin Crawford has over 500 varieties of food growing in his 2-acre forest garden in England and has written a book to show others the how-to of such a garden. Common agricultural practice is to clear the land of all vegetation to grow food, but Crawford’s method of agro-forestry flies in the face of that system.  Agro-forestry “capitalizes” on the free services provided by nature: fruit trees, nuts, tubers, vegetables, medicinal herbs, timber, edible plants, nitrogen...

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