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Mortal Tree by Mind Map: Mortal Tree

1. Annual keyhole beds

1.1. The Garden of Mortal Tree

1.2. Growing annuals

2. No-till grain patch

2.1. And what about that grain patch?

3. Guilding

3.1. Fruiting factors

3.2. Aromatic pest confuser?

3.3. A Pawpaw Permaculture

3.4. Notes on Juglone

3.5. Black walnut suitable crops

4. Fertility

4.1. Growing annuals

4.2. Niche in fertility

4.3. Summer jobs or Summer care for a young food forest

4.4. The best fertility enhancer

4.5. Fertility

5. Finding seed

5.1. Should Turkish rocket be cold stratified?

6. Other projects

6.1. An off site project

6.2. News of half success

6.3. The Willow Garden

6.4. Notes on juglone

6.5. For example

7. Nutrient cycling

7.1. Summer jobs or or Summer care for a young food forest

7.2. Amorpha regrowth 2: the results

7.3. Amorpha regrowth

7.4. Comfrey

8. Plants I'm growing

8.1. Perennial vegetables

8.1.1. The better broccoli

8.1.2. Another better broccoli

8.1.2.1. Should Turkish rocket be cold stratified

8.1.3. Late to spring but ready to spring

8.1.4. A roundabout way to perennial kale

8.1.5. Daubentons kale in the US?

8.1.5.1. Snub Daubentons

8.1.5.2. Got it!

8.1.6. Prospecting Cammassia

8.1.6.1. Blue abounds

8.1.7. Return of the Sutherland --again!

8.1.7.1. Shoot -shoots!

8.1.8. A soup made with burdock

8.1.9. Perennial Alliums: welsh onion

8.1.10. Egyptian walking onions

8.2. N fixers

8.2.1. N fix 1: Maackia amurensis

8.2.2. N fix 2: Amorpha fruticosa

8.2.2.1. Amorpha regrowth

8.2.2.1.1. Amorpha regrowth 2: the results

8.2.2.2. Dealing with deficiency

8.2.3. N fix 3: Caragana arborescens

8.2.4. N fix 4: Eleagnus umbellata

8.2.5. N fix 5: Lespedeza bicolor

8.2.6. N fix 6: Senna hebecarpa

8.3. Ground covers

8.3.1. Top 10 groundcovers for food forests

8.3.2. Violets

8.3.3. Creeping Charlie

8.3.4. Comfrey

8.3.5. Matche

8.3.6. Perennial Solutions to Annual Problems

8.3.7. Mint

8.3.8. Oregano

8.3.9. Strawberries

8.3.10. Daylilies

8.3.11. Late season ground cover

8.3.12. Sunchokes

8.3.13. Ground cover infographic

8.3.14. Mastering the Growing Edge

8.4. Fruiting perennials

8.4.1. The pros of green plums

8.4.2. My notes on kousa

8.4.3. A paw paw permaculture

8.4.4. Got Figs?

8.4.5. Honeyberries

8.4.6. An inability to get fruit from wineberry

8.5. Self seeding or otherwise unusual annuals

8.5.1. Jelly melons

8.5.2. Growing Beetberry

8.5.3. Suiting itself: Turnip rooted chervil

8.5.4. Mulling over Malvas

8.5.5. Practicality: Edible dahlias part 3

9. Earthworks

9.1. Roots as of now

9.2. Dealing with deficiency

9.3. Stropharia first fruit

10. Interesting articles

10.1. A very good read

10.2. Black walnut suitable crops

10.3. the garden going it alone

10.4. Lambsquarter leashed

10.5. Earth movers

10.6. Hardy ginger

10.7. A tip about starting polycultures

10.8. Perennial Solutions to Annual Problems

10.9. How do microbes affect soil health and nutrient availablility?

10.10. PASSIVE

10.11. Eating elm seeds

10.12. My Years with Cardoons

11. Design

11.1. Robert Hart's forest garden

11.2. Note from Permaculture ll

11.3. The Garden of Mortal Tree

11.4. Growing annuals

11.5. Using edge

11.6. Blog intro

11.7. the garden going it alone

11.8. Cold (zone 5) hardy N fixers

12. Methods

12.1. Bed building

12.1.1. Manual of bed building

12.1.2. Niche in fertility

12.1.3. Group and conquer!

12.1.4. Group and conquer update

12.1.5. A bit blunt

12.1.6. Foundation for the future

12.1.7. The best fertility enhancer

12.2. Pruning

12.2.1. Some obscure thoughts on pruning

12.2.2. Shock method

12.2.3. Self-pruned plants

12.3. Propagation

12.3.1. Propagating Comfrey

12.3.2. Air layering a fig

12.3.2.1. Got Figs?

12.4. Wind breaks

12.4.1. Observing wind

12.5. Planting

12.5.1. Success for your plant purchase: Top 5 tactics

12.5.2. Growing Amorpha

12.6. PASSIVE

12.6.1. Follower photo

12.6.2. For example

12.6.3. Fertility

12.7. Pests

12.8. Mastering the Growing Edge

13. Visuals

13.1. Ground cover infographic

14. Preparing a permanent harvest

14.1. Shoots and flowers

14.1.1. The better broccoli

14.1.2. Another better broccoli

14.1.3. Shoot -shoots!

14.1.4. Edible sunchokes (other than the roots)

14.2. Roots and bulbs

14.2.1. A soup made with burdock

14.2.2. Egyptian walking onions

14.2.3. Drawn in: Edible dahlias part 1

14.2.4. To cook a dahlia: Edible dahlias part 2

14.2.5. Practicality: Edible dahlias part 3

14.3. Leaves

14.3.1. Matche

14.3.2. Mulling over Malvas

14.4. Fruits

14.4.1. Growing Beetberry