Mein kleiner Permakultur-Garten

300 kg crop on 150 m² area in the city

Mein kleiner Permakultur-Garten
If you want to harvest a lot of vegetables and fruit all year round in a small garden, you cannot...
If you want to harvest a lot of vegetables and fruit all year round in a small garden, you cannot avoid managing the limited plot very well and growing productive, sustainable and aesthetically pleasing crops. The design concept of permaculture is a great tool for this, not only to understand and improve the ecosystem of a garden, but also to optimise soil management, sowing, planting and harvesting. The aim is to promote biodiversity, to make the best possible use of what is already available in the garden and to open up not only the horizontal areas for cultivation but also the vertical ones. It is also important to focus on edible plants that can be cultivated in rapid rotation from early spring until late autumn. Even though the principles of permaculture were originally conceived and tested for large areas, they can also be applied, somewhat modified, to small gardens in the city or in the countryside. The author describes in detail and in a way that is easily transferable to other small gardens his experiences with the re-cultivation of a terraced house garden and his incredible harvest successes of vegetables and fruit. As an »urban gardener«, Joseph Chauffrey has been optimising the cultivation of fruit and vegetables on small inner-city plots for several years, based on the principles of permaculture.
    • Pages 110
    • Binding hardcover
    • Illustrations illustrated throughout in colour
    • Size 175 x 245 mm
    • Language German
    • Publisher Joseph Chauffrey
    Article no. 715497
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