It’s planting season in Florida and TW has the “bug” — and ever since I read a bunch of edible landscaping books last year and the year before, I’ve been dreaming of rosehips, kiwi fruit and blueberry hedges. But, I couldn’t remember exactly which book(s) I’d read that had inspired that little day dream. So, I looked back over my Goodreads history and found the one that I THOUGHT was the right one, Foodscaping: Practical and Innovative Ways to Create an Edible Landscape and reserved it at the library. Just in case, I reserved another. They both came in at the same time — I was right about which one I’d been thinking of and I bought the darn thing because I really like it.
I think TW probably like the other one, Edible Landscaping with a Permaculture Twist better. And I did like one of the projects a lot — and I’m pretty sure we’ll be building a spiral herb garden some day. (I’m not sure we’re going to build an outdoor clay oven though. Sorry TW, sorry JMP.)