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NikiAnne in the Sedum Patch at Earthaven Ecovillage


NikiAnne: So, I don’t know if you can see what’s here…I’ve got some strawberries and sedum.

The sedum I just wanted to mention because I use it as a weed barrier. It spreads really easily it’s really hearty. I even use it as a mat. Bless its sweetness.

It can sustain some roughness and it keeps the weeds out.  It also can choke out plants, so I thin it so that it’s not choking out these strawberries. I haven’t thinned it yet but that’ll be something

I’m doing this spring. Literally I can just grab it like that and then put it someplace else and it just roots. So it anchors a lot of soil really easily on banks that need some stability.

NikiAnne, Sedum, Weed Barrier

Lee Warren

Lee Warren is reclaiming wisdom through conscious relating with self, land, and others. She has 25 years of experience envisioning, designing, and living innovative solutions to mutually empowered relationships, land-based food systems, residential community, non-violent communication, and sustainability education. She is the principal and founder of Reclaiming Wisdom, a co-founder of SOIL, School of Integrated Living, and a proponent of regenerative systems, consent culture, and authentic living. Lee is a writer, teacher, and activist, with a passion for embodiment practices, rural wisdom, sustainable economics, conscious dying, and community of all kinds.

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