[permaculture] best (stealth permaculture) book on ediblelandscaping?

Primal Parent primalparent at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 27 08:30:57 EDT 2007


my two favorites are 'designing and maintaining your edible landscape' by 
robert kourik
and 'complete boof of edible landscaping' by rosalind creasy









>From: Jenny Katz <jennykatz at sbcglobal.net>
>Reply-To: permaculture <permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org>
>To: permaculture at lists.ibiblio.org
>Subject: [permaculture] best (stealth permaculture) book on 
>ediblelandscaping?
>Date: Fri, 27 Jul 2007 06:39:56 -0400
>
>A friend of mine--a young woman of 26 who has grown up here in
>Connecticut farming conventionally (mostly fruit: apples, peaches,
>plums, berries)--is planning on going into business for herself
>designing edible landscapes. She knows nothing about permaculture,
>doesn't even have experience growing organically, and I would love to
>get her a book that could shape her future (and all of ours!) for
>Good. This book needs to be approachable and readable, not too
>technical; she's a smart woman but not an "intellectual," so to
>speak, and anything too dense is going to go unread, I think.
>Ideally, the book would be stealth permaculture--less theory than
>practicality, but eye-opening when taken as a whole. (Incidentally,
>she's also done some masonry work and plans to incorporate stonework
>into her projects.) I was thinking about Gaia's Garden... would love
>other suggestions and ideas. Her birthday's coming up, and it's the
>perfect time to get her something good...
>
>Many thanks, friendly growing people--
>Jenny
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