Spurtopia Homestead is aiming to be self-sufficient using Permaculture design for food production, close to water sufficiency and nearly waste free and showcase their home for people to come and be inspired. They have extensive vegetable garden, beehives, free range chickens and worm farms. Applying a clever design, Roman’s ideas, inventions and engineering, including using readily available materials, make the place outstanding with continuous improvements. They passionately like to share…See More
... abundance :)That is how it feels at my place, these days. Everything is sufficiently watered; the soil is full of organic matter and brimming with life; and the plants are flourishing. This autumn/winter season has been wonderful for the garden with frequent rain and mild temps. I admit that the summer was awful and so I let the garden go until the weather cooled down. The main thing I have done since last year is to turn my messy piles of prunings into amazingly neat and useful rows of…See More
This biennial Permaculture gathering is happening in Brisbane in 2020. All people who have done a PDC and have an interest in permaculture and regenerative development are invited for 4 days of workshops, hands-on activities, and discussions on celebrating and supporting nature’s abundance. The Convergence is being organised by Northey Street City Farm on behalf of Permaculture Australia.The program…See More
Anyone have any ideas on why the leaves of my sugar snap peas are all curled like this? The plants seem healthy otherwise and I'm getting a decent crop but I'm just wondering why they all look like this.
Lyn Buffet suggested I contact you about Grumichama.......Lyn thinks you have a bush that might be fruiting at the moment.
I am after some seeds if possible to create a hedge at the front of my place. I am not worried about the fruit.....the seeds are all I need!! I was just wondering whether you have any seeds to spare at all please?