Konstantinos Karoubas wrote:
I wonder how it would do on areas that have very little soil/almost bare stone; we have many areas like that unfortunately. The seeds of the pampas grass can be mixed in with the other seeds in the clay balls or directly seeded.
Konstantinos Karoubas wrote:Heath,
Your reasoning is solid.
Shrubs like the ones you mentioned will allow seeds and trees underneath to emerge and become dominant in time.
Glad to hear Bakersfield has not turned into a dead landscape and that oak trees emerge from underground and survive.
What does the future for wild food forests and reforestation look like there...is there activity to plant trees.