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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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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."
17,016 views | Aug 31, 2013


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
1,451 views | Aug 25, 2012

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. 
15,813 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:
9,199 views | Dec 30, 2013

Permaculture Paradise Val s Food Park at Mandarin, Part 1!

Valerie Herrmann, a permaculture consultant, has created a food park using permaculture techniques over the past year. Contact her atwww.thefoodparkproject.comVal provided the stills for this video.VIEW MORE PERMACULTURE VIDEOS HERE: for watching and sharing!
1,949 views | Oct 06, 2014

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
20,451 views | May 14, 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.
22,860 views | Jun 19, 2013

A. Grow your own organic vegetables with permaculture. Part 1 of 4

Learn how to set up and manage an 6 bay, sustainable organic veggievegetable garden enclosure based on the permaculture principles of Bill Mollison. Designed and presented by Chris Francis from Strongbuild - part 1 of 4 Permaculture principles and enclosure design strategy. Visit Strongbuild.
29,917 views | Jan 12, 2010

Backyard Permaculture Starting at home...

This is another fav of mine, from Australia, this guy is great fun. I like it because it shows what people can do with their yards.Just learned that these were the folks who put this video together, check them out, lots of very good episodes there!!!! (29 June 2014)Pulling so many pcs together. Starting in the place where we are. Posted @ Biodynamics Farming conversation, for educational purposes onlyTo Continue to be inspired with what you can do in your own space, city... or otherwise, see playlist HomeGrown Revolution:
285,713 views | Jun 24, 2012

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:
3,195 views | Oct 23, 2012

GCC Permaculture Garden Designs

GCC Students present their final project design plans for permaculture gardens on the grounds of Greenfield Community College.
1,149 views | Jul 05, 2012

Fairy garden design decorating ideas

Fairy garden design decorating ideas
13,365 views | Aug 05, 2013

Permaculture Paradise Permaculture Garden Created at Rethreaded in Jac...

Val and her Val-unteers create a permaculture garden and explain their techniques and philosophies. Watch her new video of her own homestead permagarden here: View Alex Ojeda's permaculture tour here: more permaculture videos here: View more permaculture videos here:
38,478 views | Jul 01, 2012

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
2,193 views | Sep 10, 2013

Permaculture Design Course Design Project

(audio gets better at 1:33 minutes) Subject Property is in Austin Texas, 215 miles from Gulf of Mexico. Hot Humid Temperate environment. Main consideration is hot southeastern winds that accelerate evaporation. Food Forest based on multiple swales. The system provides food and lumber. The lot is ~4.75 acres. Soil is mostly clay with small amount of limestone rocks. The property is very accessible and very visible, great spot for a permaculture institute. The limiting factor is raw cost per acre. There are many plants to choose from for each Food Forest layer. The pioneer tree species would make great woody raised beds on contour. Rain in Austin comes hard and fast, on the high end 1 foot per day. The 3 to 4% gradient swales would be able to slow the water down to allow for absorption. The animals in the system would need lots of shade, in zone 23 a portable housing structure would be used to spread animal fertilizer around. Also electric fencing would be used in the fields between forest in order to shift the animals around. A livestock guardian dog would be needed to guard animals from 2 legged rats that might live nearby. Forest Layers -- Top story: Pecan, Persimmon, Post oak (good acorns)... Lowmids-ided Trees: Fig, pomegranate, mulberry, Pear, Peach... Shrubbush Layer: Pea shrub, buffalo berry, berry bushes, asparagus, goumi ... Herb layer: rosemary, comfrey, artichoke, dill, fennel, parsley, yarrow, cilantro ... Ground cover: clover, vetch, gooseberry, earth chestnuts... Root Layer: wild onions, wild garlic, yams, potatoes... Vine: grapes, Malabar, jasmine, kiwi, beans...
4,417 views | Aug 31, 2013

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