Walking past this Fairfield home you could be mistaken for thinking the house must be older than it looks, with such beautiful established gardens. However only two years ago this was all bare soil.
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Tina converted her typical suburban backyard lawn into a vegetable garden by hand. When she wanted to do more, Permablitz Melbourne helped her find a permaculture designer, Terry Roberts, to create an urban food forest wonderland.
Two years after the original blitz Lenka and Fergus now happily enjoy their light, productive and rather appealing backyard
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!
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!
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