The last few months have been hot and hotter, and despite the cool change that’s sweeping across the city right now, we’re pretty sure we’re in for some more. We’ve had a ripper of...
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These delicious peas should be grown at home, as their sugars convert to starches once picked, so half of the sugars are gone within an hour of picking. You’ve never tasted a snow pea unless you have picked it yourself.
Permablitz has decided to beef up our organisational hub and is actively seeking out fresh members to help us in our mission to convert gardens into edible oases!
Beekeeping is a fantastic way to bolster your permaculture initiative, while providing a safe home for bees to do their natural duties.
Having had a weekend that started off really hot, then a little bit stormy, then kinda cool – one could be forgiven for thinking that the weather is just a little bit crazy right...
The Good King Henry , or sometimes known as ‘poor man’s asparagus’, is a perennial that produces edible shoots and spinach-like leaves. Once common in gardens, it’s something of a rarity today.
A perfect day in late spring – turning a clean slate yard into a garden filled with natives and fruit trees… and a borrowing library!
Current farming practices might only be viable for another 60 years, but one way to mitigate erosion and improve farming methods is agroforestry.
The last month or so has been very busy for we Permablitz types – the garden is bursting with new growth, and all around us the signs of spring continue to bring smiles to...