Juan Anton’s Food Forest

A little spanish food forest inspiration for you. I love the idea of these. So good.

10 thoughts on “Juan Anton’s Food Forest

  1. I didn’t think it was Sunday. Excellent share Ms Cityhippyfarmgirl. Just about to move a small Tahitian lime from where it is almost dead under some water greedy sheoak roots to somewhere else in Sanctuary that it might survive. SO much going on in Sanctuary, most of it hard slog, but this season we are going to grow so much more and use lots of water-wise ideas like vertical planting and water wicked beds. Growing my seedlings from seed this year. NO Bunnings mainland skulduggery, locally grown, low mile and just joined a local seed and plant swap group to share the love around. Inspired to the MAX by this. Excellent share πŸ™‚


      • Nope, we have microclimated it up around these parts Ms Cityhippyfarmgirl. I have a water wicked strawberry boat full of strawberry plants that never once stopped flowering or fruiting despite us getting record -3C days here on the river and snow in Beaconsfield! It’s all about what you know and how you apply it. πŸ™‚

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  2. Just amazing & love the focus on knowledge exchange to spread the message. I’m sending a link to our community garden members . Thanks!


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  4. What a fantastic video and what a beautiful man. I do agree that being self-sufficient with food should be the norm – that’s how my grandparents certainly lived and that wasn’t all that long ago xx


  5. I just keep coming back to this over and over again. Wonderful share, thank you. I’m just establishing a new garden in a whole new climate for me and, being in my 60’s, this guy really spoke to me. “Let’s flood the world with edible trees”! How fantastic….


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