|chives, parsley, purple sage, silverbeet, and cosmos flowers|
The beauty of this young Broccoli captivated me - where are the catapiller chewed bits? This garden must be policed by a marvelous balance of predetor bugs.
That's what four years and a good design can achieve. Its my First time EVER to see an impeccable organic broccoli, without spot or wrinkle.
What a silvery Queen!
The cyclone wire fence was made beautiful and useful with this lush passionfruit vine, which enjoyed the full sun - permacutlure stacking in action 'Use vertical space'. Easy to harvest too.
40 Adventurous people turned up, including a lively gang of Brazilians. I wonder if they got stuck into PermaSamaba dancing at the end?
My Japanese students claim that my permaculture workshops lack dancing.
This must change.
More photos of the day are on my Facebook, and here is a pic from Milkwood's collection.
|Alexandria Permablitz, photo by Milkwood Permaculture|