No Work Garden – SeeFit Tip

permaculture on seefit.comCentered around production and usefulness, permaculture is an approach to gardening that serves to sustain both the plants and their caregivers. Coined by two Australians, David Holmgren and Bill Mollison, this system focuses on observing nature and working with it to create diverse and resilient ecosystems.

At the foundation of this approach are 12 principles, each of which has been broken down in this infographic by the folks at seefit.com. While it might not be feasible to uphold all 12 principles, we can all strive to incorporate a few of them in our lives and our gardens to promote a healthier world!

Seefit.com is a trusted source for visual gardening answers. Check them out at seefit.com for all your gardening inquiries.

by Alex Yap-Dubois


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Adam Cortell and I had a great time talking Permaculture with Matt Powers.  Below is the presentation we did on Garden Chatter / Google Hangout.  You can also download or listen on this page to the podcasts.

Feed Your Family Through Permaculture Matt Powers | Garden Chatter #25

[alert-announce]What do you think about Permaculture? Do you practice this technique of gardening? I’d love to hear from you so please leave a comment on this post.

Happy Gardening Friends,

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2 thoughts on “No Work Garden – SeeFit Tip”

  1. Love this article!!! The infographic is very useful. While some folks may see the concept of permaculture (permanent agriculture) as new and daunting, in reality it is the basis of gardening that we have gotten away from. Thank you!

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    • What a surprise .. thank you for stopping by. I love learning about permaculture and trying to incorporate that into my gardens. I will keep sharing what I learn on my site.

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