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Hugelkultur are no-dig raised beds with a difference. They hold moisture, build fertility, maximise surface volume and are great spaces for growing fruit, vegetables and herbs.

The four squares are built on the principle of natural crop rotation:

It’s a technique called Hugelkultur . It’s from a brilliant German permaculture (a way of designing living ecosystems to eliminate the need for external inputs) engineer called Sepp Holzer, although he started doing this well before the permaculture brand emerged.

Mini Toilet Paper Roll Seedling Pots - Recycle your toilet rolls by filling with potting mix to raise seeds. Keep well watered until ready to transplant. Bury the whole 'pot' and the cardboard will decompose with no damage to fragile roots + add carbon to your soil! | The Micro Gardener

von Halifax Garden Network

Permaculture and Food Forest Gardens- Native Plant Talk Series


von manufactum

Schneckenbarriere Kupferband

Easy to use copper tape keeps snails and slugs out of raised garden beds.

von TheCoolist

The Farm of the Future: Green Sky Growers

The Farm of the Future: Green Sky Growers - growing organic vegetable and fish on a rooftop near Orlando, FL.

A market garden approach to Hugelkultur