Is anyone interested in piloting a demonstration of perennial vegetables?

I would really like to hear from you if you are interested in working with me to plan and plant a polyculture of perennial vegetables in your back garden.  Ideally I am looking for someone who:

  • Lives in the UK.
  • Is passionate about growing their own food sustainably.
  • Has limited space – ie lives in what most people would call an ordinary house with an ordinary sized garden.
  • Is interested in at least part of their growing space being devoted to growing perennial vegetables.
  • Is keen to find out what perennial vegetables would best suit them / their family best and how to grow them in their own home garden.
  • Is committed to permaculture principles.
  • Is prepared to share the knowledge they glean with others.  This might be in person with friends / family  / local community; it might be electronically via a blog or similar; it also might be having an open day occasionally to allow a wider cross section of people access or occasional visits from interested parties.
  • Would share spare plants / cuttings / seeds etc with others.

I have been growing perennial vegetables for some years now and yearn to start passing on some of the things I have learned more directly to real people!  I can help plan and plant a perennial vegetable patch / garden including sourcing a variety of perennial vegetables and other supporting plants to grow a varied polyculture.

This might be as part of redesigning a garden on forest garden principles with perennial vegetables forming a substantial part of the lower storey plantings; or it might be growing perennial vegetables largely in place of annual vegetables.

If any of this chimes with you and matches your aims and ideals please email me at annisveggies@hotmail.co.uk.

About Anni Kelsey

Author of Edible Perennial Gardening and avid researcher into edible perennials and associated useful plants.
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