"From Gaia's Garden; a sample layout of permaculture home garden."

Use Backyard Permaculture Design to create an amazing garden! Backyard permaculture design principles & permaculture design ideas to grow your permaculture garden

Apple Guild - apple tree, sweet peas, clover, dill, comfrey, daffodil

plan of garden centered on a fruit tree, another plan for later in the year to turn the apple tree into a self sustaining guild.

A Permaculture Idea... plant in Guilds, where each of the plants in the group provides value for each of the other plants in the group.  Enhancing the productivity and health of the entire Guild.

Apple guild: A Permaculture Idea. plant in Guilds, where each of the plants in the group provides value for each of the other plants in the group. Enhancing the productivity and health of the entire Guild.

The mandala garden symbolizes the completeness of this new family.

Garden Plan - 2014: Traci & Derek

Permaculture Mixed Edible Garden, this is an amazing garden. Permaculture in the front garden! Wonderful use of herbs and companion planting and plenty of added varieties. A Nectarine guild, permanent berries and grape vines and beautiful flowers to for the pollinators. Lupins and giant bellflowers line the path and all the crops although in small groups are interplanted to confuse pests. Should be both productive and very beautiful too.

Garden Plan - 2014: Mace

Permaculture Mixed Edible Garden, this is an amazing garden. Permaculture in the front garden! Wonderful use of herbs and companion planting and plenty of added varieties. A Nectarine guild, permanent berries and grape vines and beautiful flowers to for the pollinators. Lupins and giant bellflowers line the path and all the crops although in small groups are interplanted to confuse pests. Should be both productive and very beautiful too.

Using a creative pattern in the garden will create more edges and often can increase diversity and productivity

Keyhole gardens are generally raised beds and are rarely, if ever, dug up. Continually “feed” your garden by top-dressing it with compost an.

VEG Design Solutions, Part II: The Magical Chicken Tunnel Permaculture Courses, Information, Forums, News

When designing edible gardens, a site-specific problem will often crop up. One of the most enjoyable aspects of permaculture design …

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