An Orchard Odyssey: Finding and Growing Tree Fruit in the City, Community and Garden by Naomi Slade(2016) - EPUB - zeke23(WWRG) English | 2016 | ISBN: 0857843265 | 208 Pages | EPUB | 121 MB An Orchard Odyssey is a gloriously illustrated resource for fruit lovers everywhere. Packed with practical ideas and inspiration, it encourages the reader to re-engage with tree fruit in new ways: look at it the right way and everyone can have an orchard. There are many ways of incorporating orchard living into your lifestyle, no matter how busy or short of space you are. Whether you have a few trees already or have always wanted an orchard of your own, this book illuminates the possibilities and enables you to make it a reality. Covering fruit in the environment, orchard heritage, and the role of the trees in garden and landscape design; An Orchard Odyssey shows you how to plant and care for your trees. Full of inspiring facts and promoting the five trees orchard principle of orchards, it encourages the reader to embrace the orchards in a way that is personal to them.
Naomi Slade is the author of An Orchard Odyssey (Green Books, 2016) and The Plant Loverâ™s Guide to Snowdrops (Timber Press 2014).
A lifelong natural historian, graduate biologist, former rock band manager and apple-juice entrepreneur, she has won awards for designing both carnival floats and show gardens.
Her award-winning writing has featured in a wide range of newspapers and magazines including The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Financial Times, House and Garden, The Garden and The English Garden. She has covered gardens in France as well as the UK and contributed editorial on both sides of the Atlantic.