Category Archives: Permaculture
Planting done! :) All the little seedlings have found new homes, been seasolled, and tucked in for the night (ie mulched). Also! Yesterday, while I was planting out some of those seedlings, I found a new recruit to our Vegie Patch Pest … Continue reading
Today’s babies: 12x Riberry (Syzygium leuhmanii) and 12x Midjim Berry (Austromyrtus dulcis) to get our bushfoods sections going, act as privacy screening from the neighbours and provide more habitat for all the gorgeous little insectivorous birds we have here :)
Fruit and veg come in their own natural wrapping. Why do we smother them in plastic?
Anyone else love potagers? Potager Gardens Have Been Around for Centuries: How to Continue the Old Tradition of Growing
Some great advice! Advice to a young farmer, from Eliot Coleman
Self-Care is an often-forgotten part of permaculture. I’ve been practicing yoga for years, but often feel guilt-tripped into avoiding other ‘time-out’/’me-time’. If you’re having trouble too, here are some tips on how to add a little. For me, a hammock, … Continue reading
What a fascinating article! And a totally different way of looking at your groupings and companion planting. Understanding what makes plants happy
How to identify your soil type with one easy test.
The Services page has been updated. Have you lost an orchard? :P Do you have any lantana you want removed? Give us a call/msg/email! :)
Look what also arrived while I was away! Yay! :D