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Home Made Marmalade (Marble-Aid)

One of the treat we have had for years after a good citrus harvest is a joy of making our own Marmalade. We, however, call it Marble-aid as many years ago when my youngest was just starting to talk, he could not say Marmalade. And oddly enough we still call it that...

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March Newsletter

It is hard to believe that we are already at the end of February. But, blink, and we will be Christmas, or so it feels. This is an extraordinary time, 12 months ago (the 20th), that Victoria joined us here at Savour Soil. Sitting over a cup of wine in a mug (that...

Weedy Wednesday

Weedy Wednesday – Ragweed

Description:Native to North America, Ragweed is a fern-like plant that is detrimental to the environment. Fast-growing, the weed often hampers agricultural, Ragweed grows between 1 to 2m in height. It features a flower spike up to 20cm long with yellow flowers when...

Permaculture Design

The Map is not the Territory

The Map is not the Territory: Beyond Maps, Towards Physical Exploration of Landscapes. Permaculture design has emerged as a powerful philosophy integrating ecological principles with resilient human systems. It encourages us to understand the dynamic interplay...

Serious Backyard Abundance

Living Mulch

One question that came up today during the hands-on wicking bed workshop was what am I using for in-between the beds. My answer seemed to surprise the participant. While it is common for most people to use either woodchip or some other dead material what I look...

Weedy Wednesday

Weedy Wednesday – Prickly Pear

Description:Erect, perennial shrub growing 1 to 3 m tall. Green, succulent, flattened stems with scattered warts  and bright yellow flowers about 60 mm diameter in spring that form red, fleshy, edible fruit about 50 mm long.As A Soil Indicator:Low Calcium, High...

Serious Backyard Abundance

A Years Worth of Flowers

Flowers are not something that is typically considered when we think of a permaculture system. Generally, it is all about food, soil and water, which is absolutely an essential foundation of what we consider. One thing that I found that lacked in my system for many...

Weedy Wednesday

Weedy Wednesday – Hemlock

Description:A many branched, robust, biennial or annual herb, usually 1.5 metres tall with twice divided leaves, many white flowers in spring in umbrella like arrangements at the top and with an unpleasant mousy or parsnip like smell when crushed. The stems are...

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