Josh Byrne, Gardening Australia – Urban Permaculture

I love Gardening Australia. With every episode I develop an enlivened enthusiasm for gardening. This episode–originally published as a DVD–takes you through an urban permaculture design, from start (design and planning) to finish (yields and surplus). If you’re not too sure what this permaculture caper is all about, it’s recommending viewing. I will be watching it a few more times to aid me with my design.


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