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Growing horseradish is possible in a wide range of climates because they are such tough, persistent plants. Horseradish roots are harvested from fall through winter, providing plenty of warmth to winter meals. This guide includes descriptions of the types of horseradish and tips for growing this flavor-packed root crop in your organic garden. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

All About Growing Horseradish

Growing horseradish is possible in a wide range of climates because they are such tough, persistent plants. Horseradish roots are harvested from fall through winter, providing plenty of warmth to winter meals. This guide includes descriptions of the types of horseradish and tips for growing this flavor-packed root crop in your organic garden. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

a good example of how permaculture uses different zones.

a good example of how permaculture uses different zones.

Weeds That Are Good for Your Garden

Weeds That Are Good for Your Garden

How to plant using the MOON as a guide!

Planting with Moon Cycles

How to plant using the MOON as a guide!

Some great permaculture posters linked to in this post - including zebras in zone 5. How cool...

Some great permaculture posters linked to in this post - including zebras in zone 5. How cool...

Vieux outils de jardinage / old gardening tools:

Antique Gardening Tools

Vieux outils de jardinage / old gardening tools:

Biodynamic Garden -This is an excellent plan!!! - Today's Gardens

Biodynamic Garden -This is an excellent plan!!! - Today's Gardens

Contour Stone Lines slow down runoff, increase water infiltration, and sediment is captured behind these semi-permeable barriers, improving production. A perennial grass can supplement the lines where stone is scarce. Suited to low slopes, high runoff and hand labour. This technique is readily adopted by resource-poor farmers and can lead to a harvest even in years with low and erratic rainfall.

Contour Stone Lines slow down runoff, increase water infiltration, and sediment is captured behind these semi-permeable barriers, improving production. A perennial grass can supplement the lines where stone is scarce. Suited to low slopes, high runoff and hand labour. This technique is readily adopted by resource-poor farmers and can lead to a harvest even in years with low and erratic rainfall.

Garden Permaculture Polyculture (+ examples)

Permaculture: What is Polyculture? -

Garden Permaculture Polyculture (+ examples)

Permaculture - Yahoo Image Search results

Permaculture - Yahoo Image Search results

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