We ran a no dig lasagne gardening workshop for PJ and Co in Ferbane Co. Offaly, Ireland. It was only a small patch for demonstrational purpose, left open to expand to the whole front garden. We got lucky, just when the rain started, the second half the day we looked at pictures, presentations and videos […]
Earthworms are the gardeners best friend and they are the primary decomposers in our temperate climate. Worms are efficient at breaking down organic matter into a plant available form resulting in the most rich and nutrient dense compost called worm castings. You can add worms to a newly established lasagne garden bed and kick start […]
Never water your garden again! In this video we’ll show the moisture held below the surface of our No-Dig mulch garden after 2 weeks of no rain. We’re also planting sweet corn the easy way.
Here is a video tour of our front garden 1 year after putting down mulch. We’re only midway in the second growing season after mulching and what a transformation it has been. We’ve done almost no maintenance to keep the garden in good shape, productive and beautiful. The mulch is increasing fertility and biodiversity steadily […]
Gardening can be highly productive with near zero maintenance by working with nature and creating beautiful spaces in your garden. Combining methods such as ‘no dig’, mulching, insectary and polyculture planting mimicking forest systems helps to restore long term fertility and biodiversity. This new garden is to produce vegetables, fruit, herbs, plants and tubers year […]