Kerbside veggie patch; how to promote healthy lifestyle in your neighbourhood.

After an unsuccessful attempt to set up a veggie patch few months ago in our back garden, I was willing to make it right. Then I came across Raphael’s details and I said to myself; here we go, he is the one I need to call to set a proper veggie patch following permaculture principles.
After a quick chat, we finally met and put up a plan together.
I will:
-   Bring the water from the house to the kerb, passing the line underneath the footpath.
-  Build up the timber frame by up-cycling jarrah from the neighbourhood (I will use sienna sleepers for our next veggie patch).
-   Dig the hole, 30 cm deep.
Raph’ will:
-  Bring most of the elements to fill in: palm tree, horse manure, food scraps and lawn clippers. All of them being free as heading to waste.
- Bring and share all his experience to put everything together following permaculture principles.
I will:
-  Add my own compost, and some ground coffee offered kindly by our neighbour Jeremy, another gardener enthusiast, thanks buddy.
-   Set the dripping line and plant a variety of seeds in the following couple of weeks.

For more information, please contact Damien:

Alternatively contact Raphael:

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