John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits a permaculture food forest garden in St. Petersburg, Florida to share with you how they planted fruit trees just 2-3 feet apart!
In this episode, you will discover a home that has hundreds of young fruit trees planted really close together. You will learn the reasons why the homeowners planted this close to each other and if it is insane or ingenious. You will learn about some of the more established fruit trees on the property and how to grow noni fruit in South Florida.
You will learn how you can grow fruit trees underneath old growth canopy trees that are existing on your property, as well as use your home to protect some trees from frost.
You will discover some rare fruit trees that are being grown by the gardeners and why they choose to plant tropical fruit trees that may not survive in their climate zone.
You will learn a unique way to store tropical fruit seeds so they remain viable, as letting they dry out may decrease their viability.
you will discover a few leafy green vegetables and even a root vegetable that you must grow if you live in south Florida.
After watching this episode you will learn more about planting fruit trees too close and if it is a good idea or not, as well as get a full tour of this food forest that maximizes the space to grow the most food in South West Florida.
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