Widths of trees
can anyone recommend a website or book with widths and height of plants especially food producing and unique permaculture plants? struggling for detail in designing my permaculture assignments!
I recommend Google, Gaia's Garden, and Permaculture Designer's Manual, and lastly, Edible Forest Garden Volume 1 & 2. However, be careful mentioning anything from Edible Forest Gardens 1 & 2 on other Permaculture sites, some places might not like the information since it holds a lot of truth in the first few chapters.
Originally Posted by sunny_qld
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Why not google? Surely, if you know the plant you are going to use, the first page of results in Google will have a mention of it.
Widths may be a problem but width is often dependent on pruning and placement as well.
Daley's has info on fruits, this site has warm climate: http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/index.html