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I'm doing a presentation in the early new year on urban and suburban forest gardening and am looking for more examples of temperate/cold climate, preferably. Anything helps though.

Submissions with species lists and short descriptions are most welcome. Let me know who I should credit please.

To get things started I'll post some of my own. Thanks for any additions
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Some more pictures
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Using a window to kill grass via solarization
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Leaf pile garden bed
 
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Hey travis,

I have posted some photos that might work here at my old project thread. Most have descriptions of the plant mixes.
 
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Thanks so much! I hope I don't come off like I'm for pictures. I have enough of my own to suffice for a presentation but I want to show different ways that town and city forest gardens can happen, so I thought I'd ask for submissions.
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Young fig tree off to the left. Self seeded orange squash. Rhubarb. Mixed vegetables
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honey locust in the back. Sunchokes in the middle. Mixed veggies up front
 
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Search for the 'garden share' thread - it has tons of pictures
 
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Thanks Patrick!
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Microgreens and mixed veg grown in an abandoned lot turned forest garden
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