Category: Permaculture

February 16, 2018 Edible Gardens No comments exist

‘I found my thrill on Blueberry Hill’ – Fats Domino Do you want to know how to grow blueberries at home? If so then this is the post for you. We started growing blueberries last year as the kids love them. They say you should eat the rainbow and blueberries will have nutrients that are not found in any other fruit. So where to start? and How many plants do you need? Well that would depend on how many people…

May 15, 2017 ediblegardens 3 comments

Permanent agriculture, earth focused farming that benefits people. That’s what permaculture means to me in as few words as possible. For those of you that require a more in depth view read on. A form of agriculture that seeks to work with the natural world and to model the existing patterns of nature. The objective? Improving the quality of life for people and at the same time caring for the earth. This results in reduced waste and brings about food abundance. If…

April 1, 2017 Tristan Henri 42 comments

“Those that grow crops really grow soil” Fishes need the ocean like plants need soil. Building good soil will increase microbial activity which will then increase fertility. Ultimately this will increase the level of nutrients in your food. The more nutrients the more flavour you have. Green manure such as plants or organic animal manure is a great place to start, you need to feed the soil for what you are about to grow. Egg shells add calcium to the soil…

March 20, 2017 Tristan Henri 1 comment

“If you wear your values on your sleeve people will embrace you” – Curtis Stone I sat there and in that moment I knew what needed to be done, I had an idea forming. After so long searching for a way to have a life of meaning. For a way to have a positive impact and to leave a better world for those that come after me. It had been forming for a while but due to the back and…