Community Supported Food Forests
Join our Community Supported Food Forest (CSFF)
When you plant a forest garden -- You nurture a living legacy
Our food forests combine native and non-native plants that together mimic the nature of a sustainable forest. All forest garden packages come with planting instructions, suggested layout map, information on the food, medicinal, and wildlife values of the plants, and care instructions.
Each of our forest garden packages is comprised of a selection of perennial plants and trees that are chosen for their companionability, ecological and social services (e.g., food, medicine, wildlife habitat), and niche within a tree guild/forest garden.
During July and August 2020, Grandmother Birch released two new food forest gardens each month – with delivery options available for the following month.
July 2020 offerings:
1. Nutty Goodness Garden
Black walnut, hazelnut, elecampane, bergamot, ostrich fern (fiddlehead fern!!) and comfrey.
Plus, you will receive: planting instructions, information about your food forest plants, and enriched forest garden mulch. Our regular price is $250.00. Order by July 15th and receive our limited celebration special 10% discount.You pay only $225.00!!!
2. Nurture Immunity Garden
Black elderberry, elecampane, echinacea, yarrow, and mint. Plus, you will receive: planting instructions, information about your food forest plants, and enriched forest garden mulch.
Our regular price is $200.00. Order by July 15th and get our limited celebration special 10% discount. You pay only $180.00!!!
August 2020 offerings:
1. Black Walnut Guild
Black walnut, hazelnut, elderberry, elecampane, comfrey, echinacea. $250.00
Increase your food security while building a beautiful arboretum in your own backyard. Our black walnut food forest guild provides nuts, berries, roots and more.
2. Anti-oxidant Guild
Serviceberry, elderberry, highbush cranberry, rhubarb, echinacea. $150.00.
With our anti-oxidant guild you will have the foundation for an effective plant-medicine cabinet, that will help you and your family stay healthy for years to come.
Serviceberry/Saskatoon berry is one of our earliest flowering trees/shrubs, making it an important food source for bees and other pollinators.
When you join the Grandmother Birch CSFF (Community Supported Food Forest) you will also receive updates on the latest happenings at Grandmother Birch Forest Garden Designs, including advance notice of our newest tree guilds, products, presentations, and workshops on offer.
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