We have a work day this coming Sunday. You can register here.
What will we do? Seasonal tasks like: digging up some old hazelnuts and cover cropping the bed to prepare for a great new polyculture next year; transplanting; and mulching. We’ll also be introducing our new system for keeping records on the design, history, and management of each garden bed, which can be tricky in food forest type systems.
What’s ready to eat? Trees with edible leaves like fragrant spring tree and edible-leaf goji, milkweed broccoli (outstanding), and lots of fresh-dug tubers of Chinese yam (see photo above), plus other spring perennial and self-seeding vegetables.
Hope to see you then.
Eric, Roxy, and the team
Just am finishing up your book! Love it! I was already doing urban organic permaculture type plantings. Your book gave me so many more ideas! I live in Boise, Idaho very hot and cold. Loved the ideas for cold plantings. I hope you write a sequel! My blog is Little Homestead in Boise, thanks!!!