Here are all the photos from the first visit back last week… the Permablitz was a success and you are all welcome to come to part 2 on the 29th April, where we will also have a memorial evening for OJ.
All details are via Facebook for this event! https://www.facebook.com/events/686830581519833/
I think we left some stuff there…. 😦
permaculture ethics mosaic survived the winter!
i’m worried about the dark colouring at the top, hope it’s not damp
someone gaffitied the stove!! ah no – my attempt to stop it being stolen
i’m sure i didn’t leave that there
in front of dome – this is where they are mulching in the Build Your Future Geodesic Dome video which you can find on our youtube channel
kitchen garden – green manure
is this a worrying wrinkle in the water tank? it’s the connection pipe rather that the fact it’s not flat.
10 000 l water tank
kitchen and gardens.. we might make those gardens bigger!
This is where we threw the seed balls at the Dome Course
Geosdeic dome looking lovely
Terrace 4, the dining area level, also where we threw some seed balls
small garden by dining area, fennel was planted. grass also grew
I love moss
“Sicily” garden – beans
“Sicily” garden – brocoli
That’s supposed to be on top on the roof
I like the difference between the place we (well OJ) put manure and the place we didn’t. Very clear
cabbage or brocoli?
bees in the rosemary
green manure and Bill Mollison’s Almond tree 🙂
growing a willow tree!!
chard at the back
this tree is alive at the bottom, then looks dead at the top.. a nectatrine
happy tree and guild
Bill’s tree – no cactus or veggies grew around the bottom, just the abono verde
tree and guild
cabbage and – the other plant? chard again?
not so happy madrono tree..
cabbage and beans
parsley and chard
almond tree and guild – probably the almonds aren’t good and we have to graft.
very happy apple tree and guild
local village – happy spring landscape!!