Join us in the garden at Earthed Up! Belper Lane End on Saturday 24th June where Ryan Sandford-Blackburn will be teaching about perennial edible plants. How to grow them and how to use them. It is one hour from 11am - 12pm, please feel free to bring lunch to have in the garden. The course … Continue reading Intro to Perennial Edible Plants 24th June 11am-12pm £10pp
Natural Organic Fertiliser – Any spare bottles?
Comfrey and Stinging Nettle Fertilisers Comfrey and Nettle “Teas” have been used for centuries. Comfrey tea is considered a powerhouse in the permaculture garden. Comfrey has many uses in the garden – it has beautiful purple flowers that attract pollinators…it is a medicinal herb (Comfrey root extract has been used for the topical treatment of … Continue reading Natural Organic Fertiliser – Any spare bottles?
Belper Eco Market Sunday 11th June 10-3
Join us for a day of eco-friendly shopping, entertainment and food at Transition Belper’s upcoming Eco Market! Taking place on Sunday 11th June from 10am-3pm at the Market Place in Belper, this event will showcase local businesses, crafters, campaign groups and charities, all offering eco-friendly products and services. Earthed Up! will have a stall selling … Continue reading Belper Eco Market Sunday 11th June 10-3
The Midlands Permaculture Festival Schedule 20th May
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Why is compost important?
Quality compost is a whole universe of diverse organisms, in just a teaspoon of compost the numbers of microorganisms is mind boggling. These microorganisms are incredibly beneficial to plants, working in ways we are only just beginning to understand. Plants get their nutrients from the soil and the nutrients in the soil are made plant … Continue reading Why is compost important?