Actually it’s not possible to build a hugel bed in such a short time especially the way I do it. However, putting this video together was fun and you can see in a brief span of time the effort and resources required to get started on a fine garden bed that will last for years […]
Take a look at the newly finished hugel keyhole garden bed. This is a unique desgin the fundamentals of hugelkultur with the smart African inspired keyhole effect which includes a compost bin in the middle of the garden. The step by step process of constructing this bed will be coming out in rapid fire and […]
I got home after dark and suddenly remembered my neglected hot habanero peppers. I picked some last Sunday and I have a short window left for tryinfg to ripen what is left on seven habanero and one jalapeno pepper plant. I harvested 6 habanero and 6 jalapeno tonight. Although the jalapeno are small they will […]
Have look at the fun I’m having picking more salads and showing off the still producing tomato and habanero plants.
Permaculture Principle 7: Design from patterns to details Just from what I can remember here is a list of food that immediately comes to mind from the spring, summer and fall harvests of 2013. Just a quick note that annual refers to plants that grow and die in one season and perennials live for many […]
“Gardening is the most therapeutic and defiant act you can do, especially in the inner city. Plus, you get strawberries.” Ron Finley: A guerilla gardener in South Central LA Hugelkultur, Wood Core gardens, woody beds, hugel beds, whatever you wish to call it this is what it looks like but don’t ask Sepp Holzer […]
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