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Edible Forest Gardening in Small Spaces~~~

 
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Do you have a tight urban backyard and wonder how the complex layering of a Food forest could ever
squeeze into your space?

Many do, but there's hope. Check out the article below for ideas on packing edibles into petite places;


http://www.forestgardening.net/forum/index.php?topic=67.0


--deborha
www.ForestGardening.net
 
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Thankyou for the heads up. Thats wierd. Here's a repost, it works for me; (it looks like when Bolded it loses the URL hyperlink)
Otherwise try my website;
http://www.forestgardening.net/forum/index.php and in the Design Board; first post is this same article.

Here is the repost; http://www.forestgardening.net/forum/index.php?topic=67.0


Thankyou~~~
Deborha
 
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