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Wildlife Gardening: Planning a large forest garden

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suewylan
North Fork, CA
(Zone 7b)

March 5, 2011
2:04 PM

Post #8408596

Hello,
I'd like to share our experience moving from the city in Southern California to the country near the mountains. I have seen so many articles on dealing with a small garden but now have the opposite situation. We have a natural area to care for as well as a desire to have a garden. We have deer, quail, bats, skunks, snakes and the occasional bear! Lots of challenges as well as rewards.

Planning a large forest garden http://wp.me/p10S9N-xY

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rox_male
Athens, OH

March 31, 2011
12:25 PM

Post #8462928

What a beautiful area you have!
ROX
Leafhead
Madison, WI

February 17, 2013
12:37 PM

Post #9422105

Sounds like a wonderful way to add to our planet...

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