In this park garden, long hedges of papyrus have been replaced with a row of varieties of well-known and less familiar berry bushes, alongside limited-growth edible plants and ground cover plants. This ensures a maximum yield per square metre! Free spaces in the borders have been filled with herbs and other perennial plants that are edible. The lawn now has a border strip filled with 22 species of flowers, boasting a range of colours and perfumes: bees seeking pollen just love them! The orchard will also soon be rejuvenated. A new food forest will soon spring up, on the lawn where a few fruit trees are scattered today. Shrubs will be planted in the huge birdhouse, and their grains will be a food source for the birds.
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