Manchester Drive Forest Garden Project


The purpose of this blog is to document the development of the forest garden project that I have been setting up at Manchester Drive allotment site in Leigh on Sea, Essex, as well as any other random permacultural (or not) rambling thoughts that might happen to stray from my brain. I hope you enjoy it or better still, feel inspired to start your own edible food forest!

Sunday, April 02, 2006

April 2nd 2006 part two

More photos from the forest garden today


Newly planted area (beginning of 2006) showing mulched (mainly) wild fruit trees


East to west view across the plot.


Mulched Sunset apple tree (see earlier post)


More daffs!



Sloe blossom

4 Comments:

At 6:49 pm, Anonymous Sarah D said...

Looking good, Graham; your blackthorn is out early - mine is jsut starting to show the first signs here in Dorset. Nice blog, will keep looking in and see how it's going.

Sarah D

 
At 9:57 am, Blogger Wicklow Wench said...

Great pictures Graham. You have got the raspberry canes in just in time. I planted the last of our fruit trees for this spring yesterday - two wee charries that were threatening to bloom. Still frosty here though....

 
At 8:29 pm, Blogger King Amdo said...

I had some crows nesting in the cottage chimney up in remote Anglesey, North Wales (Cymru)...or trying to because I found out before they had chan ce to lay eggs...they were snapping off the newly planted raspberry canes for nesting material. They were incredibly determined to carry onm doing this even after a fire had been lit once that destroyed their work. they came back in a group eventually to try and break through the pyscik 'stay off' vibes. Actually its more than 'vibes'...its telepathy. I 'thought' them off (it can be like that in remote areas with no other humans around)..."not there fools!"

 
At 9:11 pm, Blogger Irene said...

I'm looking forward to seeing how the garden comes along.

Your'e probably too busy to post at the moment though !!

 

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