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A rainbow bounty

"A rainbow bounty* By Selena Griffith

These photos typify permaculture. Sharing the produce, repairing the land, working with nature, natural pest control, celebrating diversity, treading lightly, working with each other.
— Selena Griffith

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A tiny garden helper

By Selena Grith

These photos typify permaculture. Sharing the produce, repairing the land, working with nature, natural pest control, celebrating diversity, treading lightly, working with each other.
— Selena Griffith

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The beauty of Cape Gooseberry

"The beauty of Cape Gooseberry" by Selena Griffith

These photos typify permaculture. Sharing the produce, repairing the land, working with nature, natural pest control, celebrating diversity, treading lightly, working with each other.
— Selena Griffith

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Sidewalk vineyard

"Sidewalk vineyard" by Eli

Feel free to pick the ones dangling over the fence.
— Eli

Permaculture principle 8. Integrate rather than segregate.

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Native Stingless Bee Education and Installation

"Native Stingless Bee Education and Installation" by David Sawyer

Native bees source nectar-rich flowers and provide honey as a delicious bush food. Stingless bees are also good crop pollinators and a great addition to the Manly Vale Community Garden.
— David Sawyer

Permaculture principle 10. Use and value diversity

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Start 'em young

"Start 'em young" by Dan

Start ‘em young, really young, so it’s lesson #1 - grow some, pick some & leave some.
— Dan

Permaculture principle 8. Integrate rather than segregate

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Through the Tamarillos

Permaculture Principle 10. Use and value diversity.

"Through the Tamarillos" by Dan

It’s a backyard of earthly delights, when you slip on through the tamarillos.
— Dan

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Use all the edges

"Use all the edges" by The Grange Permaculture Garden

All my raised beds have berries on the side, this one using the 3 sisters as well.
— The Grange Permaculture Garden

Related to permaculture principle: 11. Use edges and value the marginal.

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Artichokes in the morning sun

"Artichokes in the morning sun" by The Grange Permaculture Garden

Artichokes in centre of raised bed creating diverse food forest with oregano on edges and Asian greens around centre happily self seeding
— The Grange Permaculture Garden

Relevant to permaculture principle 10. Use and value diversity

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Ladybird Orgy

"Ladybird Orgy" by Eli Rogan

Wash the kale before use!
— Eli Rogan

Relevant to permaculture principle 1. Observe and interact

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Fantastic Production

"Fantastic Production" by Narelle Beacham

Our big black compost bin breaks down all our waste and grass clippings to make wonderful mulch the garden loves so much.
— Narelle Beacham

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