|Via Nievo, Lugo (RAVENNA), Italy, IT
|+39 347 0714505
Design of a resilient garden for a young association of Lugo (RA) called " The Pomegranate House" with several type of edible garden, Forest garden, windbreaks, ponds, etc...
The field is a square piece of flat land (30x32 meters) close to an urban park, gardens and houses.
We are in cool temperate climate with not very cold winters (the minimum temperatures are around zero), and dry hot summers (the average rain for the last 10 years is 550 mm). The elevation are less than 10 meters on the mean sea level. The winds are mainly NW in autumn and winter and SE and E in spring-summer.
I have carried out a topographic survey in order to geographically set the area and to evaluate the land gradients.
DESIGN FOR REAL
Very poor soil
Not a lot of money and time to invest
Good food, a place to share with other people from the communith, relax.
To realize the Association projects, to work outside in the field, a coverd area for the Association meetings, gardens for growing food, trees and flowers
The covered structure for the Association meeting is in zone 0, the gardens (synergistic, raised beds and keyhole) are in zone 1, an open field covered with flowers and a tree of pomegranate (the symbol of the Association) with some benches all around are in Zone 2, the Forest garden is in Zone 3, the windbreak fence and the two ponds connected with a swale are in zone 4.
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