“The success of the garden should not always be measured by how much food we grow, or the number of volunteers we have at working bees, but rather how people feel when they visit our garden. It’s about community, big or small, coming together to learn, share and build friendships.”
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A great design has ensured that this garden will serve Alex and Nicole well into the future, and the garden is already providing not only food but play spaces too!
Three years after their permablitz, Michelle and Chris now have all the lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers and other veggies they could want. And with the herbs beds, there is generally enough seasonal produce for the whole family!
Lesley and John with 5-year-old twins Luke and Erin welcomed Permablitz volunteers to reinvigorate and re-vegetate their yards into more productive spaces (with a fairy garden!)
How long does the enthusiasm last? Judging by Renée and Antony’s garden, it simply blends into your life. After their December 2012 permablitz, this garden has continued to shine
A human library works just like a book library – except that it’s humans providing the knowledge through the chance for one-on-one loans. So for one very special morning, our very own Hermann realised his dream of becoming a human book
The Melbourne Permablitz Collective’s resident worm enthusiast Thomas, has some tips for keeping your worms cool this summer… Before too long, we are going to get hot days. Days so hot that our...
It was a gorgeous day. The sun kindly poked its head out just in time for the first blitzers to arrive – some new faces, and others who met at previous blitzes. In a...
Permablitz Deis-y-Seite (17) was a fun day and a great success. A huge turn out of enthusiastic and skilled folk came along and transformed parts of Fiona and Anthony’s yard. The day started off...