Polyculture in a Bucket: Goji berry, kale, onions, strawberry, and foxglove.
Food forestry (a.k.a. forest gardening) is a concept that people seem to become enthralled with when they hear about it: a way of gardening that mimics the diversity and resilience of a healthy forest, and provides an abundance of fruits, nuts, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and more.
You’d have to be a baby-eating robot not the like the sound of that!
But forests are big, and balconies are small. So how to adapt this wonderful idea to the apartment-scale? All it takes is a basic understanding of how food forests are put together.
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