Lawn to FOOD FOREST In 5 Years, Natural Farming Permaculture Gardening

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The Permaculture Food Forest has made huge strides the last 5 years. Every investment has been worth it and using natural farming techniques learned from Masanobu Fukuoka, and Permaculture techniques learned from people like Bill Mollison and Geoff Lawton have truly payed off. Also Back To Eden techniques, common organic gardening techniques, and other gardening styles have helped to blend and shape this garden into its own ecosystem.

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Frenchie Dekent says:

Your courgette/zucchini you can stuff it with a multitude of sauté vegetables or what ever you like and bake it….
I am just getting one done for the weekend 😊

Rocky s Mum says:

So peaceful to watch this! Fresh homegrown food right in your backyard, just 2 mins walk, organic, no driving to the store, more healthy and save money! LOVE IT!! Keep it up!

Missy Rabbit says:

what grow zone are you in? how do you keep raccoons, armadillos, birds, deer, etc out?

MIgardener | Simple Organic Gardening & Sustainable Living says:

This video is blowing up! Great to see you going viral. Keep them coming!

AJ Hayes says:

Great video!!! I'm really curious if your almond tree will start producing next yr?

TTWW7 says:

I don't know who on earth hit "dislike" … Well, you cannot please everyone I guess. You have done amazing thing and inspiring! Wishing you the best. "Liked" and "Subscribed", of course!

R West says:

Hi James, great video. I would share seeds with you as well. I am in NC. My garden is small, but I am planning a larger one for next season and saving seeds at the moment, all organic. Thanks, RH

CB's Greenhouse and Garden says:

Great job done! People don't think you can grow much in small spaces but are they ever so wrong! We pulled 809 lbs of tomatoes from our small 50×30 garden not counting all the great veggies! Love how you changed over your yard into a mass garden. Keep up the great work!

Janet Atenan says:

wow wow wow 👍👍👏👏👏💖💖💖

Janette Lavender says:

We started the same system two years ago in a section of our lot. Its amazing the production already in zone 5. Very exciting. Yours is amazing! Great video.

Catherine Green says:

This is awesome! Would love to see a series of shots of your harvest, week to week, from the time normal harvest starts to when you're done at the end of fall. (Of course I know some is harvested pretty early in summer. But just wondering how much work it is to get it all collected at prime harvest time!)

Jeremy Wendelin says:

Your harvest videos never get old, your place changes its look daily, Always blown away! You inspire me to really do this. Dream of mine since I been a kid in my dads small orchard, to do in all edible landscape.

Bron whyte says:

This is great! What climate are you in?

To Live is to Suffer says:

Large Zucchini are great for stuffed zucchini/ zucchini boats..

Chris Holly says:

I wish that I could hit the thumbs up twice. What an incredible video. Everything looks delicious! Truly a blessed place to roam and spend time. Just need a bench to sit in!

dukefan says:

So cool. This is wonderful

Rae Jen says:

wow looks amazing. one day I'll have my own forest

Elisabeth Vancamp says:

What a wonderful miracle you helped to create!

Lori Braendli says:

Your zucchini isn't too big. When they are large and develop that thicker skin, they will store all winter long.

Veganic ♾ says:

I love the passion you have for the plants in your garden. I feel the same with mine.

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