[permaculture] Fw: Permaculture garden design
bamboogrove at cmug.com
Thu Jun 13 11:04:59 EDT 2002
I love your posting! Don't imagine that I don't have failures too. Sometimes
I just cannot figure out why a particular species won't work (where it
should!) when it has before in other places. Same thing, flip side: I'll try
failures again in other places/ways, not give up on them the first time.
> Everything doesn't work, 1/3rd of all that I have planted has failed
> to flourish or outright died. But that's OK too, because each of
> those "failures" is itself a lesson, which means it's hardly a failure
> after all.
I myself do not get a "total plan" in my mind; it is much more a process of
developing a "skeleton" (to be metaphorical) of land shape and traffic
pattern, zones and sectors, and then working from that both logically and
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