Dec 20, 2007

SouthWoods Basemap and Designs 2006

The plan for SouthWoods is an Edible Forest Garden containing as diverse a population of species as possible. Using Polycultures and plant guilds we will install a self sustaining garden orchard. The core being fruiting plants and the acconpanying guild members to support those plants and build the soil.Posted by Picasa


will said...

Nice designs, but.. could you upload them in a bigger size?
the one with text are unreadable, and I am specially interested in the one with the guilds.

SouthWoods Forest Gardens said...

I will do that.

The Blog resizes them.

You can e-mail me and I will send you a better file.


entrailer said...

Cool, looks good to me also.
Perhaps upload them to Picasaweb or Flickr?
Otherwise I'd love copies direct.


ecomania said...

Very nice designs! Please email me with the large file.

Anonymous said...

can you email me the designs to view in better quality. my email is

Anonymous said...

Love your designs, please send me the larger files. I am especially interested in your guilds.

Asa said...

I'd love to have the larger files if you have the time to send them.

Asa said...

I would love to have the larger files if you have time to send them.


Scott said...

Looks Great! Could I also get some larger images and basic information if you have time? I am looking for some case studies for a masters of landscape architecture thesis. my email is Thanks!

Permaculture and Polyculture Consulting and Design

Permaculture and Polyculture Consulting and Design
Getting to know your property, the plants you have and those you can grow, is a fulfilling endeavor. With most I am the steward of the land. I give them good soil biology and they do the rest. If I group them in cohesive plant communities, they respond with greater yields. If I encourage the micro-organisms (Fungus and bacteria) , the roots obsorb more nutrients making a pest and disease resistant plant. A stronger plant that gives us more organic food and takes less energy.

A Ten Acre Farm Transformed to an Edible Forest Garden

A Ten Acre Farm Transformed to an Edible Forest Garden
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