Creating a Forest Garden: working with nature to grow edible crops
27th April, 2010
Excerpts from the new book telling you everything you need to know about this novel way to grow edible crops - where nature does most of the work for you.
To order your copy at the special price of £22.50 with free p&p, phone 0845 4589910 quoting the Ecologist reader offer. All major credit cards accepted.
All photos were taken by Martin Crawford with the exception of Elaeagnus umbellate and Malva sylvestris which were taken by Joanna Brown (www.jozart.co.uk)
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