Perennial sunflowers are beautiful and multifunctional. Learn 8 reasons to grow native sunflowers in your permaculture garden as an ecological powerhouse.
A circular-shaped garden is an excellent way to combine beauty with function while reducing labor. Here’s how to design your own edible circle garden.
Permaculture gardeners look for plants that are multifunctional. These berry bushes can fix nitrogen in the soil while providing edible berries.
Looking for a permaculture design course? There are plenty to choose from—here’s how to find the right permaculture course to meet your needs.
Have you heard about the ecological benefits of the no-till garden? Replace your old habits with these essential steps for a successful transition.
Contour gardening is a way to use the land’s contours to reduce irrigation and erosion, and maximize nutrients for abundant harvest yields. Here’s what contour gardening is and how you can pull it off.
Comfrey fertilizer is considered a powerhouse in the permaculture garden. Here are seven comfrey uses for building healthy soil and growing healthy crops.
Calendula officinalis, also known as pot marigold, can benefit soil, repel pests, and aid healing. Here are seven reasons to grow this herb.