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Review of spring polyculture patch

This bed was started in the spring of 2014.  Originally I just needed somewhere to transplant a number of perennial vegetables from my first bed in this garden (below) which was about to be covered over with an extension to … Continue reading

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The garden recovering from a setback

As time passes I am becoming more convinced that the (Telford) garden is becoming increasingly fertile and also more resilient and able to recover from setbacks.  Recently we had to have the fence renewed down one side of the garden … Continue reading

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Collecting as much food as I can from the garden (2)

Since resolving to maximise the food output of the garden (within the limits of the space currently available) I have realised there are quite a few aspects to consider: I cannot expect all the food from the garden to look like it … Continue reading

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Collecting as much food as I can from the garden

I now have a good selection of perennial vegetables growing happily and healthily in polycultures. Whilst I may well continue to experiment with more varieties I also want to focus on seeing how productive the perennials can be. Throughout this year … Continue reading

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