Using layered plantings, backyard forests offer plenty of food production, but also so much more, like food for pollinators, habitat for wildlife, and erosion control for your soil. While setting one up set up is more difficult than plotting out a rectangular bed, a food forest ultimately requires less maintenance over time. Ahead, everything you need to know about creating your own.
Why You Should Consider Transforming Part of Your Home Garden Into a Backyard Food Forest | Martha Stewart
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