Forest gardening is a low-maintenance sustainable plant-based food production and agroforestry system based on woodland ecologies, incorporating fruit and nut trees, shrubs, herbs, vines and perennial vegetables which have yields directly useful to humans. Despite the name, which perhaps implies that they require large amounts of space, the principles of forest gardening can be replicated in even the smallest of urban gardens or community spaces, including public parks, inner city housing estates, school grounds and even mini-forest gardens planted in containers and tubs on tower block balconies!
This 28 page full colour publication is an ideal primer for those new to the concept of forest gardening or anybody who would like to know more, providing a brief history of Forest Gardening in the UK, a step by step guide to creating your own forest garden, the seven layers of the forest garden, forest garden crops and more.
Forest Gardening A Beginner’s Guide is also a perfect resource for teachers and those running permaculture or forest gardening courses, making a great ‘additional extra’ reference book to give to your students.
It’s also a perfect low cost introductory book suitable for selling at stalls or events such as your local Transition Town or Green Group happenings, or just giving out to all those friends who want to know more about forest gardening.
Therefore our special ‘bulk buy’ offer makes the book available for the discount price of £2.00 per copy for 6 or more copies, and, what’s more, we will even pay the postage costs¹.
If you’d like to take advantage of this offer simply contact us and let us know how many copies you’d like and, if relevant, what course or event you are organising, and we will send you the books plus an invoice for payment.
¹NB. Free postage applies for UK orders only – for overseas please contact us for postage rates.