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The nutrients in an organic egg are shared between the yolk and white, so recipes and cooking techniques calling for the whole egg will allow you to make the most of this nutritional food. More fat is found in the egg yolk versus the white, but the yolk also contains sulfur, which is critical to proper use of good cholesterol. Learn more about organic eggs.
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A food forest contributes to a diet with more organic options.
Permaculture design embraces food forests which have horizontal layers such as the canopy and a vertical layer such as vines.
You might find the following plants in a Massachusetts food forest. These are all routinely available through many garden suppliers.
The fruit/seed period of the highbush blueberry runs from Summer to Summer. It si propogated by Bare root, Container, Cuttings, Seed and has a bloom period in Early Summer.
In areas with an annual rainfall of between 32 and 50 inches, you might find the highbush blueberry, which is Native to MA.
Known as having a Low drought tolerance, the highbush blueberry (Vaccinium corymbosum) is in the Heath family. It requires a minimum temperature of -33°F.
Not every plant species listed as a food forest candidate in Massachusetts will thrive in your specific climate or area.
Take a weekend trip to your local garden supply store and learn more about which plants, shrubs and ground cover will be a great fit for your food forest.
We want to hear from you! Show us your awesome food forest by submitting a photo and we may feature your paradise!
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