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I wanted to have a little fun showing a contrast of then and now. How things looked shortly after planting and initial setup for an apple tree guild in our backyard that is working towards a food forest. I hope you enjoy rofl.

http://youtu.be/a5XM_WBnKeg
 
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Wow! That looks great.  Thanks for sharing

It looks like it would be pretty enough to be in your front yard too. I am starting plans for a food forest as well and I appreciate the visuals.

It looks like all your plants are successfully growing!
How much space is your apple tree guild taking up?
 
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Thelma McGowan wrote:
How much space is your apple tree guild taking up?


Well, let's see... I would say its about 25' across so roughly a 25' diameter.
 
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Haha lookin' good man

you must do Rick Perry's campaign ads too eh ? 

the credits were a nice touch lol
 
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Nice development. I appoint you to reach out to the hyperfrenetic MTV generation ... very professional video, turned up to 11.
 
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Jonathan_Byron wrote:
Nice development. I appoint you to reach out to the hyperfrenetic MTV generation ... very professional video, turned up to 11.

Such a good reference
 
                                                              
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monteros wrote:
I wanted to have a little fun showing a contrast of then and now. How things looked shortly after planting and initial setup for an apple tree guild in our backyard that is working towards a food forest. I hope you enjoy rofl.

http://youtu.be/a5XM_WBnKeg



That's a great video!  But nothing can top Bill Mollison's permaculture rap!
http://youtu.be/GvDn20inNMQ
 
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Oh... I was licking my lips thinking it was a "before and after" type of video, but apparently it's just the after. Kind of too fast, too. In line with today's crazy filming tendency, but I really couldn't appreciate what the subject of the video is. I did see lush vegetation the whole time, so, congratulations, I guess! (?)
 
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