Rain garden pathway created with an old wooden fence and lined with small boulders
The massive size of banana plants and their quick growing nature make them an excellent plant to add to your Aquascape as a pond filter. Learn how to grow banana plants in your pond's Wetland filter to take advantage of
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When growing Water Hyacinth as a sustainable flock feed, to keep your homestead, edible landscape, or garden birds fed in a healthy, closed-loop way, it is ideal to be able to start growing these quickly propagating plants before introducing your
Banana plants are a wonderful permaculture food-producing plant that serves multiple functions in a food forest that help increase food harvests and build soil fertility.
-Rain Garden The Cottagecore Way And Unleash The True Power of Perennial Permaculture -Bigger is better! The bigger the plant, the bigger the roots which help to sink water into the ground and prevent erosion
Dendrocalamus minor 'Amoenus' is a very large bamboo that is the smallest of its bamboo subgroup. It has a lovely bluish greyish white hue that gives it its common names of Ghost and Angel Mist Bamboo. Like all bamboos, it
Destroy your lawn and plant these pollinator-attracting plants to support bees, hummingbirds, moths, and other beneficial insects while reducing the costs and labor of maintaining a traditional grass lawn.
When you wish to practice sustainability while sequestering carbon while being able to grow something useful to all your crafting endeavors while also saving money, practicing gardening, saving bees, supporting butterflies, and feeding hummingbirds-- try growing your own basket weaving
The “straight run” of most every place that sells chicks, ducklings, and goslings are the “leftover” birds after the sexed chicks have been separated out for sale. Due to the aggressive and overbearing nature of male birds (roosters and drakes)
Whether you are growing the Dark Star Alocasia as part of your pond's wetland or in your garden, there are wonderful plants, both edible and ornamental to help turn your garden into planted art.
If your goal is to grow an urban jungle in the next few months, with the least amount of effort, choosing from some of these vining house plants will give you the lush, green jungle that you are looking for
Let's rain garden the permaculture way with lovely perennials that support birds, bees, and water filtration.
Got a duck pond without a pond liner? Welcome to a new battle against the vigorous and chaotic nature of waterfowl. Learning to harness the true power of adding ducks to your edible landscape or food garden is a steep
Who said saving your pond from filling in from ever-caving sides, mudslides, and and other unfortunate erosion problems had to limit you to cattails and sedges? Spice up your pond and keep your pond's wetland stable with these beautiful--and sometimes
Tips for planting Jungle Val (Eelgrass, Water Celery) in an unlined, clay pond, adding pond soil amendments to keep it alive and thriving, and maximize growth for use as a sustainable duck feed.
Golden Oregano is a glowing, shrubby-like perennial that smells amazing, helps protect the soil from baking in the summer sun, and can thrive in full sun or partial shade, making it great filler plant to squeeze into all the crevices
This list of companion plants for the beautiful Thai Black Banana plant include both, edible and ornamental plants that are wonderful choices for a food garden/forest, or a lovely landscape.
When using Blue Arrows Rush o other rushes or grass-like plants to add soil stability to the sides of a natural clay pond, there are some beautiful companion plants that will help you get the job done. Sometimes these plants