Photographs of the event.
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These Wicking Beds have been constructed from re-purposed International Bulk Containers (IBCs), scrap fencing sheets,
and wood from old Pallets.
Filling the socks of the wicking tubes with clean sand. The wicks are filled so the water will travel from the bottom of the reservoir to the soil in the bed above.
Two beds are in the meeting area in the library forecourt. The others are to the north of the library near the rainwater tanks.
When there has been a lot of rain, the reservoir fills up. The excess is removed from the drainage hole to prevent water-logging the soil.
Who would have thought we would be presenting on Permaculture and Food Forests for the councils in Perth.
Join us in Joondalup on the 17 November 2016.
Our first harvest was a broccoli. We were so proud of this milestone that it became the official Facebook page profile picture.
Key Dates in the establishment of the Duncraig Edible Garden, the first Community Garden in the City of Joondalup
The first week at Duncraig Edible Garden was held on the 15th of