Establishing Perennial Food Sources In Your Backyard And Garden

Old World Garden Farms

Although growing a vegetable garden is the best way to provide large amounts of fresh food for you and your family – it of course also requires an annual effort.  After all – no matter how beautiful and productive your tomatoes, peppers and corn grow – those annual plants die off at some point each season and need replanting the following.

An apple tree in your landscape can provide years of fresh fruit! An apple tree in your landscape can provide years of fresh fruit!

That is where perennial crops can really help fill in the gaps!

Growing perennial varieties such as asparagus, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and grapes can fill a huge void in your year-round food needs. Add in the bounty a few fruit trees can bring in the form of fresh apples, cherries, pears and more – and you just might have all you need!

Another benefit – all of the above are not only incredible to eat fresh – but they are perfect…

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