How Much to Plant Per Person in the Vegetable Garden for a Year’s Worth of Food
If you find yourself struggling to try to figure out how much to plant per person in the garden for a year's worth of food - look no further.
41 Cheats To Garden For (Almost) Free
Whether you wish to cultivate gorgeous flowers or the freshest fruits and vegetables, tending a garden is also an amazing tonic for the mind, body, and soul. But breaking into the gardening game can carry with it some pretty high upfront costs. Here are 41 cheats to help you start a garden and help it thrive for free.
Small Vegetable Garden Ideas
These small garden ideas will help you get the most bang for your vegetable gardening buck! Harvest fresh produce even from your urban garden.
How To Build an Earth-Sheltered Greenhouse - Natural Health - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Follow a journey of nature and architecture in these step-by-step building instructions for a passive solar greenhouse.
Hugelkultur Raised Garden Beds | The Homestead Survival
Hugelkultur raised garden beds are a permaculture method that uses layering of rotten wood, organic compost and soil to create a garden bed that is highly
Perennial Vegetables - Plant Them Once, Eat Forever | Lady Farmer
Why cultivate perennial vegetables in place of the annuals that comprise the typical summer garden? Despite being harder to find and taking longer to establish, the benefits of growing perennial veggies are many. For starters, they are a lot less work!
Small permaculture project in kindergarten back yard!? (forest garden forum at permies)
Make a small garden with trees and a small raised bed in one of the kindergartens of the town. Is there an online free software that I could sketch the garden and show it to the town administration?
Outdoor Living Today 8 ft. x 12 ft. Garden in a Box-RB812
Create a gorgeous two-tier flower or vegetable garden with Outdoor Living Today Cedar Raised Garden Bed. Ensures good quality.
FRESH – World’s Wildest Supermarket - The Permaculture Research Institute
A holistic and most outrageous concept being turned into reality in Denmark. From: Sepp Holzer's Per
Keyline Design as an Organizing Pattern for Permaculture Design, Part 1 (Sweden) - The Permaculture Research Institute
This is the first of a series of five articles looking at design considerations for this cold climate Permaculture site using the Keyline Scale of Permanence as a organizing framework, as well as an informative read for anyone interested.