Today I was sent this very nice review of the Create Your Own Florida Food Forest audiobook:
David the Good’s guide to creating a Florida food forest is an optimistic and energetic approach to gardening in an area that most gardeners find daunting. His conversation style writing and reading of the book make the information easily understood and applied. After listening to just a few chapters I was ready to head outside with a shovel and start planting my own food forest, and you will be too. I was encouraged by the good news that in spite of the sand, sun, nematodes and hoards of bugs ready to feast on your prized traditional gardens, there are plants that will not only thrive, but outcompete the bugs and woes of traditional veggie gardens (and with much less input from the gardener too!)
Even if you aren’t ready to kiss your lawn goodbye and let your intentional food forest take over, you will still find good gardening advice and principles to plant by. This is also true if you live in a deed restricted neighborhood and aren’t allowed to have a wild looking landscape. I don’t have a food forest in my backyard, but I did learn how to apply food forest principles to densely and diversely plant my 10th of an acre lot with a variety of plants that grow with minimal care.
Click on over to the Adventurous Homemaking blog to read the rest and see the picture of Erin’s tiny food forest island. It’s a great site, so check out her other articles as well.
Also, click here to get the audio book of Create Your Own Florida Food Forest.
People love that little book and it’s been marvelous to see so many food forests popping up across Florida.
Thank you Erin, for the review and the encouragement.