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A food forest is a permaculture design element consisting of seven layers from the canopy and shrubs on down past the soil layer.
Following are some options for your Connecticut food forest. All of these plants are routinely available in areas where they thrive.
The annual wildrice (Zizania aquatica) is in the Grass family. It’s drought tolerance is None and requires a minimum temperature of 32°F.
The annual wildrice is Native to CT. It requires precipitation between 30 and 50 inches of rain annually.
The annual wildrice is propogated by Seed. With a bloom period in Indeterminate, the fruit/seed period begins in Summer and ends in Fall.
While a plant species may generally thrive and fruit in Connecticut, you may be in a climate that isn’t optimal.
Consult your local garden supplier or continue researching in order to find plants, shrubs and ground cover that match your specific hardiness zone, rainfall and direct sun.
We hope you enjoy creating your food forest! Submit a picture and your garden could be featured on this site!
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