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Beautiful Kitchen Garden Without Pits for Perennials – Small-sized pottery-maker style vegetable garden

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/

Free PDF: 10 Best Books for Surviving Food Shortages and Famine

-Hoo books-
Signed copies of my books: https://huwrichards.shop/

-Clothes-
Wonderful clothes designed for vegetable growers: https://huwrichards.teemill.com/

– Live lessons online –
More Food Cycle Less Effort: http://morefoodlesseffort.com/
A short course on planting plan: https://abundanceacademy.online/p/the…

Also see Natural Tops Archive of Permaculture Advice To help you achieve food abundance.


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