A Natural Food Forest stands out due to its emphasis on mimicking natural forest ecosystems, creating a diverse and self-sustaining environment that is also highly productive.

A Food Forest Natural Garden prioritizes ecological principles and functions, and is not afraid of a little wildness.

Here, the focus is on creating layers of vegetation, from tall canopy trees to low-growing ground covers, mirroring the structure of a forest.

This approach fosters biodiversity, providing habitat for a variety of wildlife and promoting natural pest control.

Perennial plants, such as fruit and nut trees, shrubs, and perennial vegetables work together in synergy.

These plants require less maintenance and input over time, contributing to the garden’s sustainability and resilience.

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