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Plant Profile: American persimmon

Native tree with fall fruits – perfect for the edible forest garden Scattered throughout the North American woodlands are the sweet hidden treasures of native fruit trees waiting to be discovered....
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Conscious Design for Your Edible Landscape: Timing

Anytime is a good time to pursue a comprehensive landscape design for your home, farm, business, school, spiritual, or healing space. However, in keeping with natural patterns and the cycles of the...
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Plant Profile: Echinacea purpurea for your edible (medicinal) landscape

  Echinacea purpurea planted with Liatris spicata in an early summer garden at the Drew Charter School.     [This article published in Georgia Gardening Magazine Sept 2014...
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Utilizing Cover Crops for Your Edible Landscape

[This article was printed in the June 2014 issue of the Highlands Laurel, authored by Sustenance Design founder Lindsey Mann] Cover cropping is a foundational practice in organic agriculture of growing...
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Eco-Learning Garden at Drew Charter, GA Gardening Magazine, Oct 2013

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