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Growing Banana trees in pots is easy, if you’re unable to grow it on grounds either due to lack of space or cold climate. Learn how to grow banana trees in this complete article. There are banana v…

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What is an Edible Forest Garden? It is the art & science of putting plants together in woodland-like patterns that forge mutually beneficial relationships, creating an ecosystem that is more than the sum of its parts. You can grow fruits, nuts, vegetables, herbs, mushrooms, other useful plants, & animals in a way that mimics natural ecosystems. You can create a beautiful, diverse, high-yield garden. If designed with care & deep understanding of ecosystem function, it is largely…

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Picture yourself in a forest where almost everything around you is food. Fruit and nut trees form an open canopy. Food-bearing shrubs fill the gaps. Assorted native wildflowers, wild edibles, herbs, and perennial vegetables thickly cover the ground.

Largest fern of North America--giant chain fern (Woodwardia fimbriata) 

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Largest fern of North America--giant chain fern (Woodwardia fimbriata) Click…

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