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The Auberge Garden, Part 3: Observing the Landscape

This is the third part of a series of posts showing what we’ve done with the garden so far. Check out Part 1 and Part 2… 983 more words

Permaculture

Breakaway on the Blackwood River

If you’re looking for a Permaculture property in the south west of Western Australia then this might be for you.

Ultra Extreme Gardening

Hey you forget to tell us how you upped your game and started ultra extreme gardening?  Um, so I did.  Life got a little busy. 459 more words

Urban Farm

How to Espalier a fruit tree

The practice of espaliering fruit trees was brought to Ireland in the seventeenth century by Huguenots fleeing persecution in France. Training apples and pears as espaliers, not only saves space in the garden but also ensures a good crop, keeps trees fairly disease free and creates a good architectural vertical feature in the garden. 490 more words

A Little Blossom to Celebrate Spring

What is spring without a little blossom? I almost forget about the fruit tree blossom until the flowers burst out of nowhere. Aside from being pretty, the flowers on the fruit trees signal the coming of an even greater future event: fruit. 274 more words

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The Auberge Garden, Part 2: Pruning and Planning

This is the second part of a series of posts showing what we’ve done with the garden so far. Check out Part 1 here.

Permaculture is all about accelerating nature’s processes. 937 more words

Permaculture

Random 5 for September 18 – Melancholy, traffic, weather, yardwork, on-line tickets

What is it about September – I always get a twinge of melancholy in September. I don’t know why. It comes early in the month, stays for a short visit and then moves on. 410 more words

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