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http:learn-how-to-garden.comTEN MINUTE GARDENER A GENTLE PLEA FOR CHAOSI think in nature we very rarely see rigid singularity of planting. I feel that mixed planting benefits us in many ways. What at first appears to be chaotic is in fact deliberate softness and harmony.
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Vegetable Beds How to make Keyhole garden bed Permaculture Design

WEBSITE: In this video you will learn how to make your own keyhole vegetable bed. A Permaculture design idea to help make your garden beds more accessible.Hey there. So today we're in Switzerland, and yesterday I spent the whole day pretty much digging this bed for the guys inside, and I wanted to show you just quickly in a quick video how to go about it. It's actually a bed system which is known as a keyhole system. And, just to show you, it's designed as a keyhole. If you look from the top you can see it's like a keyhole, the old fashion keyhole. And what you have here is the reason it's designed in this shape is because, first of all, as I said, you can reach, but it's kind of, it's round at the top so you can actually reach back into the beds as well. So you have almost the optimum way of kind of reaching into your garden bed. So it's a really good structure, but the other thing about it as well is that you can have your tools actually right next to you. You have a nice round space here where you can just actually leave your tools and you're kind of optimizing space. You only make a small path here, but a nice little area here where you can actually just feel comfortable as well. So you actually just grab your tools and do whatever you need to do as well. So I kind of went by this design here, which is the drawing that the guys made in the meeting. You can see here that this is maybe the bush. Another thing you can actually do as well is you can maybe actually put a stone here and then, you know, get rid of the bush and actually put plants there as well. Just so you don't step on the soil and you can actually reach from all areas. Now, what I've done here is, the last step is now to add these poles and some weavers inside the actual pathways of the keyhole beds. And this just prevents the actual beds from collapsing onto the pathway. A really neat kind of trick, especially in the round kind of paths. If you want to save a bit of time, because it's a bit time consuming, you can also just get boards in the straight paths, but it just looks really well to have all these weavers around the actual bed itself. 
16,435 views | Jun 27, 2013

Organic, no till agroecolgy permaculture farm suppresses insect and di...

Woodleaf farm is a leader in two important areas of organic fruit production: farm design to suppress insect and disease pests and systems soil management to improve plant health. Over 30 years, Woodleaf has developed effective design and management strategies to generate specific ecosystem functions, such as insect pest suppression, foliar disease management, and balanced Nitrogen:Carbon soil fertility cycles. The systems management strategies utilized for insect and disease suppression and soil health are intertwined and synergistic.  Here we present a summary of the details of Woodleaf's system approach to pest and soil management:
11,099 views | Dec 30, 2013

David Holmgren explains how you can change the world with permaculture

David Holmgren tells Robyn Rosenfeldt, editor of Pip Magazine how we can use permaculture to change the world. Pip Magazine is a showcase of all the great permaculture practices you can employ to change the world from your own backyard.To support the launch of Pip Magazine check out our crowdfunding campaign on http:pozible.compipmagazine . Also check us out on facebook and twitter and on our website at
15,568 views | Feb 04, 2014

Small Space Permaculture Food Forest Garden on 1 4 Acre Home Lot

John from goes on a field trip to visit Dr. Bob Randall' Permaculture Food Forest in Suburban Houston, Texas. In this .28 acre lot Bob grows over 150 varieties of fruit trees, a raised bed vegetable garden and more. In this episode you will learn how he is growing many different types of plants using permaculture principles. During this episode John will give a tour of the property and share many of the different types of plants growing at this suburban food forest. John will also interview Dr. Randall and ask him some questions about permaculture and some new ways to get you to think about your organic home garden. After watching this episode you will be sure to learn some new ways and techniques that you can use to have a more successful garden in the future. To learn more about Dr. Bob Randall, visit: http:www.yearroundgardening.meTo learn about the classes in Houston about permaculture:
81,359 views | Nov 26, 2013

The beginning of my backyard permaculture set up.

I have a lot of changes planned for my backyard, and have already started! If you can't wait to know what I have in plan, key in to the Youtube searchbox the words "Geoff Lawton Permaculture" to fast track your mind.My goal in taking the course offered by Geoff Lawton is to produce 90% of the dried, canned, and frozen fruits and vegetables for my wife and I. Plus three months of fresh food, over the course of a year. Food is becoming more expensive, and as i reach retirement, I don't want to spend all my retirement income on food!This course is teaching me how EVEN MORE than my goal can be accomplished. Oh, so much more! I have already started, check out this video to find out what I have to work with.
24,465 views | Jun 19, 2013

Permaculture Garden When we moved onto this site the garden space was a pioneer plant choked, hard pack of decomposed granite and sand. We then began to chop plants down in place(chop and drop) and left them as a nitrogen addition under the sheet mulching. We added numerous organic materials as soil amendments (composted horse manure, mushroom compost, worm castings) and then topped it off with fresh straw. Within weeks we had mushrooms popping up throughout the garden.At the time i did not have any cover crop materials so we forged on without building soil in that manner.Within weeks we had mushrooms popping up through out the garden.For more information about permaculture gardening techniques go to:
3,426 views | Oct 23, 2012

The Wonderland Garden Permaculture Zone 1

If you want to see the design process of this Zone 1 Garden click in:Web site http:sublimart.blogspot.pt2012083-wonderland-garden.html
17,113 views | Oct 15, 2012


http:learn-how-to-garden.comIn my video I will explain and show you why you have to make the decision on how big your tomato plants grow. If you dont you will have a dramatically reduced crop so watch my video and get the best out of what is left of the growing season for your tomatoes.Ten Minute GardenerMark
1,478 views | Aug 25, 2012

Emulate a Permaculture Food Forest In Your Vegetable Garden

Create a highly productive, self-sustaining, low maintenance vegetable garden bed by emulating a permaculture food forest.Join me on Facebook: https:www.facebook.comoneyardrevolutionBaker Creek Heirloom Seeds: https:www.rareseeds.comHere are links to some of the seeds used in this garden bed:Claytonia (aka miner's lettuce): http:www.rareseeds.comminers-lettuce?F_Keyword=claytoniaMache (aka corn salad): http:www.rareseeds.comcorn-salad-dutch?F_Keyword=corn%20saladRadicchio: http:www.rareseeds.comrossa-di-verona-radicchi?F_Keyword=radicchioTatsoi: http:www.rareseeds.comtatsoi-green?F_Keyword=tatsoiMizuna: http:www.rareseeds.commizuna-green?F_Keyword=mizunaRed Veined Sorrel: http:www.johnnyseeds.comp-7309-red-veined-sorrel.aspxSpinach: http:www.rareseeds.comgigante-d-inverno-spinach?F_Keyword=spinachCarrots: http:www.rareseeds.comcosmic-purple-carrot?F_Keyword=carrots
21,982 views | May 14, 2013

Permaculture Paradise Edgewood Gardens August Update!

Dennis Decker, John Jessup, and the volunteers of Our Fertile are still working and starting to harvest the fruits of their labors in their permaculture garden. Reach them at and on Facebook at "PermacultureJax."
17,740 views | Aug 31, 2013

Seeds of Permaculture Tropical Permaculture

An interactive film about permaculture in the tropics. With education and inspiration as the main threads running through this hour-and-a-half-documentary.We remind you subtitles are available!Visit for more information and extra features. On the website you can choose to watch individual chapters interactively.● Intro ● Arrival at Rak Tamachat ● Masterplan 1 ● Compost ● Introduction Panya Project ● Kings Project Mae Sa ● Solar Heater ● Masterplan 2 ● Soil Food Web ● a Fruit Forest ● Coop at Moo Baan Mae Jo ● Gardening ● Banana Circles ● Humanure Toilet ● Vermicompost ● Permaculture thinking ● Natural Building ● Earthen Oven ● Residents and PDC students ● Credits
92,396 views | Dec 30, 2013

Mini Food Forest in Denver, Colorado. A front yard edible garden using...

PLEASE NOTE: THERE IS A SKIP IN THE VIDEO NEAR THE END OF MINUTE 5- PLEASE CLICK PAST MINUTE 5 to MINUTE 6 TO CONTINUE WATCHING. A no till permaculture garden using sheet mulch. Year 3 of establishment. I forgot to show the Sea Kale (perennial), Banana Yucca (perennial) and Siberian Pea Shrub (perennial nitrogen fixer) that work well here in Denver. Garden is watered with a drip system (about $350 to set up- I already had a sprinkler system installed). I used local fresh manure, cardboard, newspaper and free wood chips from XCEL to get the majority of sheet mulch built. I now use "natural fines" mulch from a local landscaping company to add to the top of the sheet mulch in the spring. I also added rock dust this year which I believe is helping with the pests (aphids) that I struggled with last year. I did weed the tree of heaven sprouts and bindweed earlier in the season to keep it under control. Weeds are fine to leave in if you wish, but very easy to pull out of the deep mulch. Check out my spring update video for more details on the sheet mulching: . David Braden from Living Systems helped me do the initial design and drip set up. I'm also inspired by John Kohler's Growing Your Greens You Tube Channel: . Lastly, please join the Denver Permaculture Guild if you want to connect with more permies in the Denver area! https:www.facebook.comgroups571722812906921
22,931 views | Aug 22, 2013

Planting and growing Strawberries

Strawberries are incredibly easy to grow. Strawberry can be grown in all sorts of ways, in borders, containers or hanging baskets and remember to add lots of organic matter such as compost or well-rotted manure before planting strawberry plants. From planting out to picking, strawberries are the fastest fruit you can grow to give you a crop and at home the taste of strawberries will be unlike any you buy
4,337 views | May 16, 2014

Permaculture Backyard Vegetable Garden in Roseburg, Oregon

This is our backyard permaculture vegetable garden over the course of the last 15 months. No till, no spray organic vegetable gardening. Heirloom seeds available Fall 2013 at local markets and"Celtic Morning" music by
2,372 views | Sep 10, 2013

From Bare Dirt To Abundance A Year In The Life Of The Love For Life Fo...

From Bare Dirt To Abundance - A Year In The Life Of The Love For Life Food Forest - Arthur & Fiona Cristian - 8th February 2013. When we are all creating abundance, there is so much to share that there is no need for greed and selfishness anymore, no fear of not having what we need and no need for barter, commerce and contracts ("The System"). Taking Full-Responsibility For Our Lives, For Everything We Think, Feel & Do, All We Need Is A Small Piece Of Land To Care For Including Clean Water, Shelter And A Food Forest. The Issue Is Not Over-Population, The Issue Is Greed & Selfishness, Power, Control & Ignorance. There Is More Than Enough Room For Every Family To Have A Hectare Of Land To Care For. One Of The Keys To Our Mass Exodus From "The System" Is Raw, Living Food Because When We Eat This Way We Don't Need Vast Fields Of Wheat And Cattle. The Purer We Become In The Way We Eat, The Less We Need Mining, Large-Scale Agriculture, Transportation, Electricity, Gas, Petroleum And The Less We Produce Garbage So No More Landfills... The Benefits Go On And On And On Resolving ALL Our Problems. Best Of All, We Become Free, Free From Sickness, Free From Stress, Free From Brainwashing and Free from "The System"..... When Our Intention And Determination Is To Create Freedom, Truth, Peace, Joy, Abundance, No Loss Of UniquenessOriginality And No Slaves And Rulers In The Lives Of Everyone And Everything Around Us, And This Is What We Live For, Then We Have It And We Are Living In Paradise. This Is The ONLY Way To Create CommunityFamily. What A Contrast To "The System" Where We Are Taught To Live For Our-Selves, To "Look Out For No. 1". For those interested, we are happy to put on workshops at the house and garden here in Bowral, NSW, for groups of up to 20 people. We can also do workshops or evening talks elsewhere for larger groups. Just call us on 0418 203 204 or send us an e-mail with your contact details, preferably a land-line number where we can talk to you.From Bare Dirt To Abundance Part Two A 6th November 2014 http:youtu.beTPTPn8tgcPICrop Circles Are A Massive Hoax: Dream Of Life Video Series Part One: Part Two: Part Three: Part Four: Part Five A Part Five B: http:youtu.be_TgKkTqwPPQ Part Five C: http:youtu.beRucn4YXOYDo Part Five D: http:youtu.beKgEwY38JQWU Part Six: http:youtu.beIMK7CkU1ih8 Part Seven: Water Is The Life Of MANS Consciousness (Breath): Part One: http:youtu.be4ze66_33wxMPart Two: http:youtu.be43gIi-sjxJcPart Three: http:youtu.beoooY6W63K-MBen Lowrey Interviews Arthur Cristian 8th February 2012 http:youtu.beiH25tucSZSoThe "Name" Is The Mark Of The Beast The Strawman Identifying Your Slave Status In "The System" http:youtu.beDdOag66v7uoUnder The Spell Of Intellectual Property http:youtu.beIMK7CkU1ih8"The Steps Of Kindom" Save Our Lives Written by Arthur & Fiona Cristian - August 2007Copyright information for "Save Our Lives" is provided here: and here: Love For Life Work by Arthur and Fiona Cristian: For Life is committed to the creation of Do No Harm, Kin Domain communities throughout the world. Kindoms, where we grow our own food and support one another away from the endless rules and obligations we currently struggle under, are the only way to achieve lives of peace, joy and abundance for all and take care of Earth so that Earth flourishes. Love For Life shines a light on the darkness of the world we live in so that we may all recognise that darkness and until there is nowhere left for it to hide. March 2005 - Arthur & Fiona CristianFacebook: http:www.facebook.comarthurcristian YouTube: Snail Mail: PO Box 1320 Bowral 2576 NSW Australia Email: Website: Mobile: 0418 203204 (int: 0011 61 418 203204)
112,058 views | Feb 14, 2013

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