Coastal salt bush has silver foliage, can be used in lieu of salt, cooked as spinach, AND provides habitat for butterflies and blue fairy wrens. Win!
Welcome to Permablitz Melbourne!
The return to Tina’s home to finish the transformation was lots of fun – wicking bed action, pond making, lasagna bed creations and lots of planting!
We’ve been having a blitzin’ good time transforming gardens throughout the suburbs over the past few months, and now that Deep Winter has passed, the worst of the cold is over and we’re getting...
Have you ever thought that you were possibly the worst gardener ever? If you haven’t ever tried to grow food for yourself then the humble radish is about to be your new best friend.
Wooly, rugged-up and eager as can be, a fine group of blitzers trickled in to Tina’s back yard and were met with a garden simply raring to go!
The month of May was a busy one for we blitzin’ types… No fewer than four permablitzes were had – one in Rosanna, two in Flemington and yesterday in Crib Point. A big thanks...
The Eco Voices project is an idea Karina Donkers (Stockdale) developed using her deep ecology training to reconnect people to each other and to the Earth.
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!
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!