In “The Layered Edible Garden,” Christina Chung introduces an innovative approach to home food gardening inspired by nature. Instead of traditional rows, readers learn to create thriving edible gardens featuring layers of food-producing plants, from trees to ground covers. This modern method, influenced by natural ecosystems, promotes interplanted polycultures that outcompete weeds and thrive together. By incorporating edible plants from eight different layers, you’ll build a sustainable “food forest” that yields for years with minimal effort. Discover plant profiles, perennial benefits, attractive design tips, and intensive planting strategies to transform your landscape into a bountiful, low-maintenance edible haven.
|Publisher||COOL SPRINGS PRESS|
|Dimensions||20.3 × 25.4 cm|