A Permaculture plant is one that is perfectly suited to that space in nature, soil, climate, site, micro-climate, etc.,
A plant that is comfortable in that zone and one that adds to the bio-diversity possibilities on the land space you inhabit.
One that provides food, whether for yourself, animals, insects or the soil…thereby keeping the loop healthy and working.
Covered with tiny droplets of rain, this Cow Parsley looks exquisite, despite the fact that it is hated and despised by so many gardeners, yet home and food and shelter to so many insects.
I have vast tracts of Cow Parsley growing on my land.
It looks stunning when dusted with winter frost!
I noticed that there was a lot of this wild herb growing on the roads around the mountain of Kilronan this week.
It looked spectacular in the mountain light.
This wind spiral catches energy moving through the woodland of the Fairy Dell.
This is a spot that everyone refuses to visit or even walk through after sunset…
Fairies inhabit this little bit of woodland.
A woodland zone is a vital part of the Permaculture Plan…
Last night the Harvest Moon rose over my Permaculture Vegetable Garden.
The sky was clear and the air crisp as the moonlight illuminated my path back across the grass from the compost heap.
Today is now calm and sunny, but rain clouds have emptied a lot of water over the valley.
I watched them move, sweeping across the mountains from the Atlantic Ocean, bringing fresh, clean water to my garden.
I have lit the stove in the kitchen and filled it with Turf and logs.
The heat will air the clothes that I’ve rescued from the clothes line.
As I write this I can smell them drying…time for tea, I’m thinking!