Our South Florida food forest season, in review (before and after shots)

It has been a busy summer for Ready-to-Grow Gardens.  As we became less busy planting raised beds for annual veggies and herbs we became more busy planting “food forests”, gardens that focus more on fruit trees, nitrogen fixers, and perennial vegetables/herbs that can grow all year here, even through our steamy summers.  Without further ado, here is a series of before and after photos showing how fast a food forest can grow in just 3 or 4 months!

IMG_6160In progress on installation.

IMG_6166Newly planted.

IMG_6420A few months later…

IMG_6172Planting day

IMG_6353Later


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Just planted

IMG_6263End of summer

IMG_6067Before

IMG_6342After

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