Trees for Gardens, Orchards, and Permaculture

Trees for Gardens Orchards and Permaculture Are you wondering which productive trees to plant in your garden Or are you planning a forest garden Perhaps you are planting an orchard but want a greater diversity of useful trees than is typical Or

  • Title: Trees for Gardens, Orchards, and Permaculture
  • Author: Martin Crawford
  • ISBN: 9781856232166
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
  • Are you wondering which productive trees to plant in your garden Or are you planning a forest garden Perhaps you are planting an orchard but want a greater diversity of useful trees than is typical Or you d like to know what unusual fruit trees you can use The answers to all these questions can be found in master forest gardener Martin Crawford s new book.Crawford hasAre you wondering which productive trees to plant in your garden Or are you planning a forest garden Perhaps you are planting an orchard but want a greater diversity of useful trees than is typical Or you d like to know what unusual fruit trees you can use The answers to all these questions can be found in master forest gardener Martin Crawford s new book.Crawford has researched and experimented with tree crops for twenty five years and has selected over one hundred of the best trees producing fruits, nuts, edible leaves, and other useful products that can be grown in Europe and North America Each of the trees or tree groups includes details of Origin and history Description and uses Varieties cultivars Cultivation, pests, and diseases Related species European and North American suppliers Color photos with every entry.The appendices make choosing trees for your situation easy, with lists of suitable trees for specific situations, plus flowcharts to guide you If you want to know about and make use of the large diversity of tree crops that are available in temperate and continental climates, then this book by an internationally acknowledged expert is both fascinating and essential reading.

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    1. Much here is recycled information from Crawford's other publications. If you have already digested Creating A Forest Garden and intend to put it to use for agroforestry, you will find much of the same knowledge here. The species list is expanded and the information is collected on each species instead of spread around like in the other book, but I would really only recommend it to the nerds. Absolutely not "a must", like one often describes manuals like this. It is a delight to read, use as a re [...]

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