Kai: Water is an important feature in permaculture. Whether you are adding a pond, bird bath, rain barrel or other source to your yard, no matter how big or small, it enhances all aspects of the garden. Water attracts beneficial birds, insects, and reptiles, which eat many of the pests that would normally consume your garden.Continue reading How Water makes Permaculture Better
It is a sad truth that many of us do not truly know where healthy food comes from.Continue reading Do you know where your Food comes from?
Soil development is all about composting.Continue reading Earthworms and Soil Health
This is our end of Summer Garden Tour of our Food Forest in North-West Florida. These are just some of our favorites in the garden, but trust us when we say that so much more is growing in there! Hope you enjoy, and please check out David the Good’s new book: Create Your Own Florida Food Forest.
The last past two years we’ve been rather successful with growing water melon. We have yet to perfect our propagation, but our plants have at least produced well in number. The varieties we’ve tried are the Black Diamond, Red Crimson, and Lelanau, a type of water melon that is actually orange colored on the inside.Continue reading Crazy Water Melon Abundance!
Pocket garden install for Habitat for Humanity.
This is Greg Miller’s first pocket garden install. Greg does weekly Harvest 4 Health tours of his urban farm and garden to inspire others in the local community of Pensacola to grow their own food and live a more abundant life style. Picked at Perfection is about making the healthy choice the easy choice!
This is Duane Tant of Lunahill, Pensacola, FL. Lunahill is a forest garden created out of Duane’s love for gardening and ecosystems. Coming from a systems engineering background, Duane is an inspiring individual making a difference in his community of Pensacola and the world at large by bringing awareness of topics like Food Forests, Watershed, and Canopy Restoration.Continue reading Welcome to Lunahill Forest Garden!