Permaculture tree guilds

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    chelloveck Diabolus Causidicus

    Diversity is a key element of permaculture systems. Rather than conventional orchard planting design, try planting trees in guilds. Each element of a guild planting complements and assists the other plants in the guild.

    The guild designs and plant varieties are specifically selected for US Midwest conditions. The same principles of guild plantings would be adaptable to other climatic zones, with appropriate adjustments to plant variety selections.


    http://tcpermaculture.com/docs/Plant Guilds eBooklet - Midwest Permaculture.pdf

    Seven Typical Components of a Plant Guild

    Seven Typical Components of a Guild - Open Permaculture - Permaculture Design Course

    Permaculture Guilds: 7 Reasons Why You Should Use Them

    Permaculture Guilds: 7 Reasons Why You Should Use Them | Permaculture Blog

    Permaculture Guilds and Growing a Camouflaged Food Forest

    Permaculture Guilds and Growing a Camouflaged Food Forest - The Prepper Journal

    Primer on permaculture design and philosophy

    http://garden.menoyot.com/assets/blogAssets/garden/Permaculture_Basic_Notions.pdf

    Permaculture principles and systems

    http://garden.menoyot.com/assets/blogAssets/garden/Bill_Mollison_Principles_and_Systems.pdf
     
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2014
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