Recently an active team of blitzers descended upon Mala’s home and a transformation was unleashed. And we’ve even got a video to prove it!
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Thryptomene saxicola is an Australian native hero for every sized garden, and with its small leaves that sprays tiny pink flowers for most of the year, it’s perfect for bees, beneficial insects and attracting small birds to your garden.
A good mix of first time blizers, old hands and local faces helped create a series of raised wicking beds for the local community garden – and it looks awesome!
On a sunny Autumn day, a hardy group of blitzers joined The Desert Echo and the Farnham St Neighbourhood House team give the local community garden a facelift – and it’s looking great!
Winter is now definitely here, and getting out of bed is harder than ever. It’s been great hearing the rain hitting the roof at nights, and the plants are loving it. The brassicas are...
Guest writer Pete the Permie shares all the tricks to grow avocados in your garden area, with tips to give you the greatest chance of success.
Timor Leste is working towards food security and food sovereignty by introducing permaculture into the school curriculum – something we’d love to see more here in Australia!
It was a day of sun, surf, sand and soil – and a hardy group of almost 20 volunteers (and trusty designers Goshen & Fiona) transformed Sonia’s back yard into a low-maintenance veggie-ready oasis!
Brett & Mel’s garden has evolved into a sensory delight since their blitz two years ago, with fruit, berries, ground covers and chickens complementing each other to create a truly wonderful garden space
It’s the last month of Autumn, but with the near-total lack of rain you’d barely know it. The weather has been rather mild of late, so you’d certainly forgive the plant-life for being confused!...