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Planning a forest garden, part 3

Eventual canopy coverage

My rough base map needed some on the ground measurement before I moved on to the next stage.  Here's my revised version, showing more accurate distances between fruit trees, an approximation of their eventual canopy cover, and a few more primary paths.  You'll notice that the brush pile miraculously disappeared --- I hope I'm able to make that happen.  I also decided to move the baby persimmon to a gap in the woods once I read that it can grow up to 50 feet in diameter!  Next, placing the wetlands....



This post is part of our Planning The Forest Garden lunchtime series.  Read all of the entries:




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