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Videos - Forest Gardening

Food For Thought: Videos

Forest Gardening Documentary

Ken Fern introduces a variety of rare and unusual plants, particularly those which have edible, medicinal or other uses.

 

Three 15 minute Documentaries running back to back on Forest Gardening. Includes the full Ken Fern and 'The 'Field' documentary


1. Robert Hart's forest garden (PFAF took a trip to Robert's garden in the summer of 1996 more)
2. Ken Fern at 'The Field' in Cornwall (start 15:55)
3. Mike & Julia Guerra's small urban forest garden (start 32:15)

 

 

A forest garden in a tiny allotment!

 

 

 

 
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