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Lulu's Garden
Lulu's Garden
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2502 Lulu St., Trenton, Missouri, US
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate

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Lulu's Garden

Project Type

Urban, Residential, Community, Educational

Project Summary

Lulu's garden is an Urban Food Forest Project 3 minutes from downtown Trenton Missouri. The project land is .97 Acres, and boasts a 5 bedroom residential home. We Host educational events virtually and on site. Sale everything garden related, and work on a community level to increase independence at the Home level through Sharing Resources, information, and hands on education. This project currently hosts 27 fruit trees, 23 berry varieties, and a 90'x30' Back to Eden Garden on the south property end. The project scope involves the entire workable space of the property, including but not limited to: The residence, front, back, and side yards, overgrown/forested areas, and a 7 layer forest system. The seven layers of a food forest: 1- Canopy – large fruit and nut trees 2 - Low Tree Layer – smaller fruit trees 3 - Shrubs – currants and berries 4 - Herbaceous – herbs 5 - Rhizosphere (Root) – root vegetables 6 - Soil surface – ground cover 7 - Vertical (or Vine) layer – vines and climbers The property was once a duplex, and has a 2nd front facing door. The indoor framing and remodeling will make use of this space to host United Works LLC Principle office, and will maintain a home based business function through the entity "Lulu's Garden". The goal for this project is to introduce a completely self sustaining foodscape, with an income source through the avenues generated at the forest itself. Namely, working with local amish mills to supply inexpensive white oak for custom buitl raised beds sold at the garden. 30 Variety seed packets stocked and shipped on site, garden tours and education free for the local community, and surplus processed and sold in small business's and surrounding cities as supplies allow. Online events and education is offered through the process, and social media pages contain the progress photos, videos, and descriptions from the start of this process, Which can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/lulus.garden.h.h and Here: https://www.facebook.com/UnitedWorksCo/

Project Description

1acre Food Forest


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