Nancy Reading wrote:
I'll see if I can dig out a video clip I made in my previous house.....
Greg Martin wrote:Just the link that you see under my post that says "Pics of my Forest Garden".
Pistachios need a long hot summer, do very well with minimal water, and also need a cold winter for fruit set. Perfect for my area!
Helen Butt wrote:Lauren, it sounds like you have a harsh environment to grow in. I would live to be able to grow pistachios, though 😊
Helen Butt wrote:Pippa, I’ve not heard of Amelanchier before. Will have to look it up!
Anyway, it sounds like to have the skeleton of a forest garden. And from you plan it seems like you have a reasonable amount of space.
Nancy Reading wrote:Pippa, you've got a nice variety of trees and shrubs. Post some pics of the unknown tree when it shows leaves and flowers, there's some pretty knowledgable people on here.
Which way is South, right or bottom of picture? If the quince is chaenomeles japonica, then the fruit are edible. They make a nice jelly, and I think you can use them as lemon flavouring as well....
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