Fuchsia’s advice for those starting out is to start small and work in stages. It takes a lot of work and time to establish a garden but it should take less maintenance over time.
Category: Past Blitzes
This beautiful and productive food forest was established in the early 1990’s by local residents and is now managed by volunteers from Moreland Community Gardening. We’ve held working bees and perma-parties here before (2017, 2014 and 2013) and they’re always a very productive riot.
18 months in the making, and a complete transformation in one afternoon. Kirri and Phi are absolutely thrilled with their blitz!
The blitz at Andie’s place was full of challenges – rain, shine, clay and lots of mud. But through it all the blitzers came together to build herb beds, raised veggie beds, espaliers and even a cat run!
A perfect day in late spring – turning a clean slate yard into a garden filled with natives and fruit trees… and a borrowing library!
It was a fine Spring day that saw almost thirty people arrive in Belgrave Heights to help Kate and Tina get their permaculture garden under way…
Ros’ block is long and steep like so many at the edge of the Dandenongs. She has already worked hard to create some raised beds, paths, as well as planting a food forest, which...
A cold and wintry day greeted a eager group of blitzers as they transformed Sarah and Cam’s place with wicking beds, an urban orchard, seating area and more!
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!
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!