Dolce Verde
Dolce Verde
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Commenced:
01/08/2007
Submitted:
24/03/2013
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Urban Core - Phoenix AZ, Phoenix, Arizona, US
Climate zone:
Arid





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Connie Fitzpatrick Elizabeth Goodman Troy Groves
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Dolce Verde

Project Type

Urban, Residential, Community, Demonstration

Project Summary

Dolce Verde is an experiment in turning a historic brick home on 1/10 acre in downtown Phoenix, Arizona into a thriving food forest complete with water harvesting features, passive solar adaptations and community involvement.

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Fruit thinning and frost damage trimming

Thinning fruit from the 20 deciduous fruit trees and trimming frost damage from the citrus hedge and ornamentals.

Posted over 6 years ago (0 comments)

Chop (peck) and drop

Cycling out a pea crop and replacing with tomatoes.

Posted over 6 years ago (0 comments)

More prepping for warm season crops

Installing another infiltration basin and prepping up the trellises for passive cooling.

Posted over 6 years ago (0 comments)

Working with nature: Planting summer legumes and melons

Cycling nitrogen-fixing legumes through several planting beds and planting ground covering melons in infiltration pits.

Posted over 6 years ago (0 comments)
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Jennifer Wadsworth - Admin
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