Permaculture Food Forest in Ireland

The leaves are just beginning to bud and appear.

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Bees are busy at work here in the gardens of Bealtaine Cottage…without them this would be a place of hunger.

Poster after permacultureBut, it’s not…instead it boasts food for all and more to come.

This is what a food forest looks like as the sap rises and life returns.

poster permaculture viewThese are the gardens of the goddess, Mother Earth in all her splendour and abundance!

And here is today’s video…

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7 replies »

  1. So enjoyed this. Each time I get a post in my e mail, I get snuggled in with my tea or coffee or whatever….as I know I am going to read this one and several more…this has become one of my favorite parts of the day! Thanks for sharing and blessings to you. I also love your posts on Facebook.

    On Tue, Mar 29, 2016 at 2:46 PM, Bealtaine Cottage wrote:

    > Bealtaine Cottage posted: “The leaves are just beginning to bud and > appear. Bees are busy at work here in the gardens of Bealtaine > Cottage…without them this would be a place of hunger. But, it’s > not…instead it boasts food for all and more to come. This is what a food > forest” >

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  2. Thank you for another wonderful video, I planted a cherry and a plum tree last year, they are just comming into bud now. About 5 years ago my lovely old auntie gave me a sapling of her peach tree, but it didn’t do very well, last year sadly I lost my auntie and I had 5 peaches on my little tree, I think she helped my little tree to fruit . Xxxx

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