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Here is the start of the basic Hugelkultur system. Start with large tree trucks and large limbs (preferably set vertically).

Here is the start of the basic Hugelkultur system. Start with large tree trucks and large limbs (preferably set vertically).

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.

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.

Interested in permaculture, but not sure where to start? Here are some steps to planning a permaculture garden this year. Planning A Permaculture Garden | areturntosimplicity.com

Interested in permaculture, but not sure where to start? Here are some steps to planning a permaculture garden this year. Planning A Permaculture Garden | areturntosimplicity.com

Please Share This Page: How To Start A Permaculture Garden! – Image To Repin / ShareImage – © Mellow10 – Fotolia.com We’ve discovered a fabulous guide to Permaculture gardening that will inform and inspire you to put some of these great methods into practice! The article covers a wide variety of ways to bring a …

Please Share This Page: How To Start A Permaculture Garden! – Image To Repin / ShareImage – © Mellow10 – Fotolia.com We’ve discovered a fabulous guide to Permaculture gardening that will inform and inspire you to put some of these great methods into practice! The article covers a wide variety of ways to bring a …

We discovered a fantastic introduction to the benefits of Permaculture. It was written by Maddy Harland, editor of Permaculture magazine, and is full of great ideas to keep your garden thriving, including tips to make a garden on your roof, walls or a balcony if you don't have any other space available. You'll also discover the wonders of the "animal tractor" and "chicken greenhouse", designed to make your garden more efficient and self-sufficient!

We discovered a fantastic introduction to the benefits of Permaculture. It was written by Maddy Harland, editor of Permaculture magazine, and is full of great ideas to keep your garden thriving, including tips to make a garden on your roof, walls or a balcony if you don't have any other space available. You'll also discover the wonders of the "animal tractor" and "chicken greenhouse", designed to make your garden more efficient and self-sufficient!