Designing your homestead garden can be overwhelming. Here’s how a permaculture designer can help you meet your goals, and what to look for in a designer.
Learning How to Grow a Beautiful, Edible Landscape
Edible landscaping is an easy way to grow food in the front yard. Learn techniques for designing and maintaining a low maintenance landscape, as well as ideas for selecting ideal fruits, flowers, herbs, and vegetables.
Although this process can seem complicated, the actual pruning doesn’t take long in the home-scale berry patch. With this method, you’ll be on your way to having a healthy and productive black raspberry patch.
Growing black raspberries is a simple and rewarding experience. Here’s how to grow black raspberries in the small-scale garden or edible landscape.
The parking strip—that sliver of grass between the street and the sidewalk—is generally overlooked. Get these strategies for growing edibles in that space.
Currant bushes are a great addition to the edible landscape. Here’s how I grow them in my landscape and use the currants in the kitchen.
Catching water in the landscape is often more efficient than using rain barrels. Here’s how rainwater harvesting transformed my front yard garden.
Take a tour of our neighbor-friendly edible landscape.
Strawberries are a favorite in the garden. Here’s how to grow your best strawberries using herbs like chives to fertilize and deter pests.