No Dig organic veggie plots can be incredibly varied and productive. Take a tour around Maddy & Tim Harland’s garden (12 x 15m / 40 x 50ft) in mid-summer to see how bountiful a permaculture plot can really be. The key to long seasons of fresh food is stacking time and space, a good design and successional sowings.

Maddy shares how she does this across the various raised beds, herb garden and greenhouse (which acts as a mini forest garden with many layers in one small space).

See how the overhanging bean frame and brassica cage built in early lockdown are performing.

For the names of veggie varieties and the garden in May visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmVZhLRc-NI&t=30s

For info on permaculture, and how to live more self-reliant, healthy and earth-friendly lifestyles, visit: https://www.permaculture.co.uk

Music by kind permission of Tygermylk: http://tygermylk.com

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