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Permablitz Revisited – Warrandyte 3 years later

Permablitzing seems to provide an excellent incentive to maintaining a garden. Three years later and the garden is still a joy. Carol says there was nothing that didn’t work out. What was planned and implemented works well and they are still developing more…

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Permablitz #188 – Frankston, part 2!

Last time we were here, we built a great many things, including an African keyhole bed, but sadly didn’t get time to finish everything on the list. So now we’re back to finish what...

Mel and Sas are Gung Hoe Growers!

Eating fresh with the Gung-Hoe Growers!

We recently met Mel and Sas, two energetic and passionate young women who have recently started a small organic market garden business in Harcourt, just outside of Castlemaine. They’ve started small and between them are currently...

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Permablitz #192 – Preston

Jess and Matt lead the team, setting up two wicking beds, installing some fence posts and planting some fruit trees, as well as building the keyhole raised beds in the front yard. Awesome work!

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Blitzes and cake and chickens. Oh my!

What a month October was! A film screening, birthdays, blitzes, first ever Chicken Bingo event – it’s almost more than a Collective kid can bear! But there are gardens out there that need edible...

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Okra

Okra (or lady fingers) are easy to grow and its flowers and fruit can add both ornamental and edible value to your garden. The flower has white or cream-coloured petals and its throat is a...

Inhabit film night

Inhabit – film screening & panel discussion

Permaculture practitioners and newcomers alike attended our From Garden To Globe event on 13 October at VU @ MetroWest in Footscray. The evening started off with a screening of Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective and...

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A walk on the wild side with Naomi

The Permablitz Tenth Birthday party event saw Naomi take a morning Medicinal Plant Lore Walk along Peppertree Place’s luscious garden pathways – here’s just some of the knowledge she shared

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Melbourne has a new hobby – Chicken Bingo!

How do you play you ask? It’s simple really… participants get a ticket and some seed.. The chook is unleashed and eats before spreading the manure love. And when the poop lands, the crowd cries and a winner is declared!