The first project for the regenerative gardening blog is to do a series of articles designed to make it really easy to do regenerative gardening, one task at a time. This comes in response to a demand for simple and practical suggestions, tips and activities. I wrote a polemical article titled poly-regeneration, but based on the reaction, I see that many people prefer practical solutions on how to do it, rather than theory.
Below you will find my 4 regenerative questions series, and my how to grow trees series. Below that is the 'how to' series with 12 simple tips for regenerative gardening. Tap on the green text in each entry to go straight to the blog posts. The practical, how to series sometimes duplicates some topics I've written on in greater depth, so I will link you to those topics as we go.
Please let me know if you have any questions, comments or stories to share on gardening, permaculture, regenerative agriculture, food forests, natural gardening, do nothing gardening, observations about pests and diseases, foraging, dealing with and using weeds constructively, composting and going offgrid.
Check out our selection of ecological designs printed on T-shirts, accessories and decor items. The designs are about soil regeneration, indigenous Cape wild flowers, wild African animals and other fauna, as well as bible quotes and geometric patterns.
Jun 13, 21 07:59 AM
Thanks very much for this article, definitely the most detailed one I found after an extensive search online AND through a library of plant books too!
Jun 03, 21 09:32 AM
You should try cuttings from your bearing plant, which should duplicate the plant you have. There are video's on youtube showing how. Seeds does not necessarily
Jun 03, 21 09:25 AM
Quote - They could be used to keep tomato blight and fruit fly at bay. That is enough to blow my mind. End quote. If you mind hasn't been blown (up or