Learn how to use ground covers in your food forest or orchard to repair nitrogen, create pollination, and provide natural beauty.
What to do in your midwest garden in March.
Knowing how to select the location for a food forest or perennial garden is possibly just as important as knowing what to plant. Before you start digging, take time to examine your site.
Why a Food Forest? In a culture that encourages us to have more money, bigger toys, larger savings, new cloths, and an endless supply of technological gadgets, we should be stepping back and asking, “why?” Do we really need one more gadget? Do we need another nick-knack? Do we need the latest cell phone or Read more about How to Create a Food Forest in the Midwest – Part 1[…]
Whether you are growing apples, peaches, cherries, or plums, this is a recipe for an organic late spring orchard foliar spray. Learn to spray holistic and organically in order to keep away from pesticides, herbicides, and other nasty toxins. This spray will feed the plant, the soil, and healthy microorganisms. This method works both on Read more about Late Spring Orchard Foliar Spray[…]