Continuing my notes on the book Introduction to Permaculture (1991/2009) by Bill Mollison, here is Chapter Five: Home Garden Design. (Intro and Chapter One) I am relying
“Earth knows no desolation. She smells regeneration in the moist breath of decay.” – George Meredith * My neighbours have plumy ornamental grasses whose seven-foot tall
I reported earlier on my afternoon of planting hazelnut and elderberry shrubs, blue vervain and asclepias, and lupine, plus transplanting lemon balm and anise hyssop.
<> Spoiler: No hay was actually made. No irons actually struck. <> The last two days were in the 60s and clear, a rarity so
I do love hellebores, even though they stink and their leaves get all dry and crinkly. But the flowers! Anyway, aside from The Adoration
Today I sheet mulched another section of the side yard bed. I’m out of compost and loam temporarily, so I just used well-watered cardboard, newspaper,