We’re pleased to be joined by Lia this week who will be part of the team for the rest of the season. I’ll get the team photo up next week. It’s been a productive week with planting out more trees and shrubs for our perennial polyculture trials, almost finishing the planting of a small polyculture orchard (ran out of fruit trees) and preparing the annual beds and sowing in the market garden.
Ataraxia – Perennial Polyculture Trial Garden – The Polyculture Orchard
This spring we dug the holes and planted the trees.
Aponia – The Market Garden
Wildlife in the Gardens
Polyculture/Regenerative Landscape Design Webinars
- Overview of the Design – Design Goals and Objectives
- Starting Point – How we approached the design of this landscape
- Rationale – Why we laid out access, water, drainage, and planting locations where we did
- Species Selection – How and why we selected the various species
- Technical Discussion – Software and tools we used
- Closing Questions and Answers
- Access to design spreadsheets and databases including a number of unique species lists.
The participation fee will be €30 (or the equivalent value in the currency of your choice).
I hope to be able to share my experience and attract people that are interested in polyculture design in order to build a network of designers and practitioners while raising some funds to help support and develop our project’s activities.