Uncategorized @The Prepper Project: Why You Should Make a Mess Of Your Garden by David The Good July 17, 2013February 2, 2017 written by David The Good July 17, 2013February 2, 2017 For the less-than-neat among us… here’s some justification. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:A backyard transformationMore news on "Create Your Own Florida Food Forest"@The Prepper Project: Three Ways to Garden Without LandA fascinating look at a modern heirloom beanTravel and Rain 2 comments PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Florida greywater oasis: July update next post How to bud graft a fruit tree Related Articles From the Inbox: What Are These Plants? May 27, 2014 The 326 Community Market has Moved & is... January 7, 2016 Jerusalem Artichokes: A Love-Hate Relationship December 27, 2021 Weird Rings on Mulberry Leaves June 15, 2020 Update July 28, 2017 Okay – no weekends for me! July 4, 2015 Net is down and forums are up! June 2, 2016 I’m Looking For Sagittaria Latifolia and Other Edible... July 4, 2014 Giant Florida spiders… November 17, 2013 In case you haven’t seen it: Permaculture Paradise... March 25, 2014 2 comments Food and Brew Love August 5, 2013 - 4:34 pm Hi! Just read the interview with you in Mother Earth news. I'm up in Tallahassee and always thrilled to learn that neighbors are growing food forests! I started ours when we moved to a small-acreage just over three years ago; it's going well, and permaculture is catching on in Tallahassee. Some local permies have even successfully begun teaching permaculture design at the county extension office. Do you have a facebook page for your nursery/project? Reply Survival Gardener, AKA David the Good August 5, 2013 - 5:02 pm That's fantastic. No, I'm not on Facebook, so this is basically it. I've got a little over at floridafoodforests.com, though. Do you have pictures or video of your food forest you'd be interested in sharing? If so, send it over and I'll post them here. I always enjoy seeing the amazing stuff other gardeners are doing, particularly with long-term perennial systems. Thanks for stopping by. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.