by Huo Richards
This video is of the beautiful permaculture kitchen garden that Tim and Muddy Harland don’t dig in Hampshire, UK. Tim and Maddy are the two founders @ Permaculture journalAnd they have a peaceful vegetable garden, meadow and food forest in their home that has been ripening for 25 years! Hope this is a prime example of what can be achieved in a relatively small space, and that you don’t always have to follow standards when it comes to growing your own food.
Gardening without digging is a great way to grow food because it brings a whole host of benefits. Not only does it save time and effort in the garden, it also improves the health of your soil and as a result, the health of your plants. I love the engineering that Maddy and Tim have with their raised beds are in a triangular shape, in addition to having a heavy focus on vertical gardening and the principles of permaculture.
Permaculture Journal: https://www.permaculture.co.uk/
Sustainable Agriculture Books: https://permanentpublications.co.uk/
Signed copies of my books: https://huwrichards.shop/
Wonderful clothes designed for vegetable growers: https://huwrichards.teemill.com/
Also see Natural Tops Archive of Permaculture Advice To help you achieve food abundance.