After spending our summer building labor-intensive hugelkultur mounds, we decided to try our hands at a MUCH simpler form of permaculture, using the Ruth Stout Method: Simply growing our food in hay!
Video showing the building of a composting raised bed in the south of France (hugelkultur raised bed or gardening mound) with retaining walls, wood at the bottom, RCW and mulch on top. Raised bed intended for growing vegetables in 2014. 12m² built in limited space…
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Top 7 easy to grow fruit trees and plants for beginners. Where space is limited try growing fruit trees and plants in containers – you even grow strawberries in hanging baskets! Take a look at our top 7 list of easy to grow fruit and start growing fruits … Read the rest
A tour of Limestone Permaculture Farm in New South Wales, Australia. Brett Cooper manages the 1-acre property as a productive farm helping to feed around 50 families. The tour includes a look at the orchard, caravan farm gate, chicken and duck areas, and shade house, and Brett talks … Read the rest
Today before the rain hits again, we harvest our Green Beans, & Potatoes, Tomatoes, and also check on our summer squash, corn, and take a closer look at the tomatoes.
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The Permaculture Food Forest is still producing a lot of food and it sure is delicious. This is beyond organic gardening. This type of gardening is as close to natural farming as you can get. At this time of year the amount of food each week is to … Read the rest
May 31st Harvesting Fresh Vegetables from the Container Garden and the raised bed square foot gardening spraying bt caterpillar spray and neem oil on the cabbage worms and aphids insects tomatoes kale collards beets sugar snap peas radishes butternut squash raw food salad
Graham creates a feature veggie garden for a young family, with a bit of help from Adam. Along the way, they’ll fill you in on how to start your own veggie patch – from choosing the perfect spot, to what to grow and how.
Homesteading can be so exciting at first that you can get ahead of yourself. Here are a few tips to help you save money, energy, time, and sanity.