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Hi all,
The Urban Abundance Project is my urban permaculture garden in subtropical Brisbane. We moved here 2 years ago. After removing a rusted out above ground pool that took up most of the back yard, we got busy creating some new garden beds. Take a look at the progression below....








For more detail, take a look at my blog.
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that looks like a good demonstration site of permaculture in practice, which of course we need more of if society wants to learn what can be done in their own yard.
I like the time lapse, good job.
 
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