Hidden Forest Gardening
When your growing areas appear to be random and chaotic, they are less likely to be noticed and plundered by passersby – be it diaspora groups fleeing the city in a disaster or earth change or others who think it’s easier to take what you have instead of tend their own gardens. By thinking about the classic 7-levels in a forest garden (canopy, understory, shrubs and herbs, ground cover, root crops, vines), one can understand vertical gardening concepts…
Imagine taking the natural cover and scafolding a downed tree makes, you can plant tomarow bushes behind them. Evaluating slope and location, you may be able to divert a trickle or stream of water towards it with rough cut and covered small ditches from water gathering areas and small pools.
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