Here in the Deep South we still have dirt to dig in, not snow. For us it is the time to start preparing for our 2014 growing season, which is just around the corner. Our first step – expand!
Can permaculture principles be applied to how we raise our families? Absolutely. If you can strengthen the ties of plants so they grow healthier, why not the ties that bind a family together as well.
We were excited about having what we expected to be some wild edibles on our property – Jerusalem Artichokes! But the surprise was on us when it came time to dig up the tubers.
There are lots of traditions that are observed by people around the world at the holidays. But the most cherished ones are those that were forgotten and later renewed.
We enjoy finding and learning about these plants because they are natural, self maintaining, perennial, and in some cases medicinal as well. Unless we destroy them, they should always be available to us. See what we have found and learned about so far in 2013.
Gardening method concepts can sometimes be hard to grasp. However, there are other times when nature shows you the way – if you just take a moment to notice.