Cardboard is an inexpensive weed barrier. I’m happy to announce that Pineapple Acres kicked off National Clean-up Day by digging in at a community garden offered as an outdoor educational space.
Each of us have been given the task of choosing an observation place and noting down how it changes over time. I, Sam, have chosen to follow the worm bin. So I will be adding to this post over time.
Container used – bathtube.
End of September we added in the courgette plant cuttings, and put them in the worm bins. Already after a few days the decay process is noticeable. Underneath the…
Autumn is soon to arrive and we have been prepping beds for cultivation of Arugula (Rocket) salad.
Danyadara’s 4 months PDC Course is finally running!
Danyarada Project is based at Suryalila Retreat Centre, a place where much more is being offer than retreat, yoga courses and Om Dome meditation. Here we can live and practice permaculture gardening, that is providing us an amazing experience to learn about this new perspective that is challenging conventional farming practices.
Here at Danyadara, the circular garden design is used all over the site. For anyone new to this concept it is a design pattern where in the center can be planted a tree or used for any garden cuttings or weeds, and around this center point can be a combination of different herbs, shrubs or vegetables crops depending on your preferences. The Danyadara garden is slightly inclined, so several tree circles have been situat…. Source: Circle Garden Design – Permaculture Life
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There’s a growing need for the systematic development of sovereign, creatively self-reliant communities on a global scale? Places where the earth can be honoured as our rightful spiritual home, along with the creatures we share our home with. Where we can begin to create our true abundance, in…
To prepare for the cooler weather, it’s always a great idea to start thinking about what the plants in your garden will need to be protected against cold nights and hard freezes. This will also have you set up for easier planting and more bountiful harvests the following year if you’re keeping an edible garden.
We’ve talked before about the importance of mulch, but just…