Three ways to describe a forest garden
I worked with a computer technician called Three-Way George. If you asked him how to do something, he’d always reply “Well, there are three ways…”. Likewise, there are (at least) three ways to describe a forest garden.
It’s always handy to have some simple forest garden definitions to hand.
A forest garden is:
- A wildlife orchard underplanted with edible shrubs and perennial vegetables.
- A wildlife garden you can eat (the plants, not the wildlife).
- A carbon biosequestration process that yields a harvest.
On a totally unrelated note, did you know that if you have 5 fruit or nut trees, then you have an orchard?
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