It's come to my attention recently that Rosewood trees (dalbergia sp.) are legumes, and nitrogen fixers.
This has me very excited. Has anyone considered these in a design, researched them, or better yet actually implemented them? Any leads are welcome.
Woodworking is what led me to sustainability - asking "will these beautiful woods still be there for my grandkids?" Sustainability led me to permaculture. So the idea of farming exotic woods as part of a food forest has me spinning.
How do they get the deer to cross at the signs? Or to read this tiny ad?
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show