New Photos June 2013


Geraldi dwarf mulberry setting tons of fruit.


Forest garden understory filling in shady niches with useful species.


Insectary polyculture – nectary and edible earth chestnut (Bunium bulbocastanum) with nectary green and gold (Chrysogonum virginianum) groundcover. Also lovely!


Perennial wild bean climbs native false indigo living trellis.


Giant Solomon’s seal with edible hostas and currants.


The “outdoor room”. Everything you see edible or otherwise functional.


Third try for living trellis for yamberry. This time mimosa after failure with red alder and Siberian pea.


Hog peanut.

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2 thoughts on “New Photos June 2013

  1. Beautifull pictures, thank you. Your Geraldi mulberry is gorgeous, i hope to be able to find one in Europe this fall.

    Can you please give me the botanical name of your “Perennial wild bean” ? I would like to make some research on edibility and hardiness, thanks !

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