A. Grow your own organic vegetables with permaculture. Part 1 of 4

Learn how to set up and manage an 6 bay, sustainable organic veggie/vegetable garden enclosure based on the permaculture principles of Bill Mollison. Designe…
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18 Responses to “A. Grow your own organic vegetables with permaculture. Part 1 of 4”

  1. Daniel Nicholson Reply July 5, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    Great garden but I couldn’t stop staring at the shag pile rug stuck to your
    head!

  2. Cathy Chastain Shepherd Reply July 5, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    Awesome, going to try it here in Georgia! 

  3. That’s a really fantastic design, I like the way it has a chuck tractor
    integrated into it. I don’t know a great deal about construction, how does
    it stand, what kind of footing did you use, is the wood just driven into
    the ground?

  4. Vry nice design

  5. Particularly like the shape you have chosen for your garden. I am
    experimenting with different shaped and this year revised what I had tried
    last year as access to the garden was not easy enough! Thanks for the
    inspiration.

  6. Hombres de Maíz Reply July 5, 2014 at 6:23 pm

    isnt internet and self taught people a great combination? thanks for sharing

  7. is that a wig?

  8. Inspirational.

  9. bonsaioutlaw101 Reply July 5, 2014 at 8:44 pm

    Are those leggings?

  10. Wow, I really love this set up! Thank you for sharing this with everyone.

  11. Great video mate and nice garden!

  12. Hey Chris, Cool system, one of the best implementations of the mandala
    garden I’ve seen… Added these clips as a playlist to our feature page…
    Great to see some Australian content, well produced to boot!!! Thanks…
    Chris (My name is Chris as well…:-)

  13. Great work and initiative.

  14. You’ve got a nice way of doing stuff. Although I’m not practicing
    permaculture, I always try to think how things work in permaculture and try
    to bend it towards permaculture. Permaculture really interests me but my
    house owner (I rent) wants the garden to be as clean as possible and that’s
    not always the case in permaculture (well, I presume it isn’t) Keep up the
    good work and keep on filming. greets,

  15. chooks are what we call chickens in Australia :)

  16. You call chickens chokes? Or is that just a type of chicken?

  17. Anyone picking up hardwood cheap. That sounds interesting in itself because
    when I look at this the cost of wood alone for this project it would be
    prohibitive. I have never seen recycled wood look so nice.

  18. Hombres de Maíz Reply July 6, 2014 at 3:07 am

    by the way the design is great i really liked it, very neat and functional
    can i copy it on my house?