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Designing Beautiful Edible Landscapes

MODULE B delves into the concepts and fundamentals one needs to consider to create beautiful edible landscapes. Your garden should be attractive and inviting throughout the year. This takes thought and careful design.

Jack, our edible landscape designer, will provide you with the basic elements of garden design through real-life examples.

We talk about the design principles every gardener should implement to enhance functionality and appeal. By applying these design concepts, you’ll transform your growing space into a sanctuary that produces an abundance of great food.

We discuss how to form micro-climates to create favourable growing conditions. You’ll learn how to build physical structures to grow vertically to maximize photosynthesis and carbon sequestration.

Landscape Design

We also demonstrate how to set up a low-cost greenhouse and attractive cold-frames using basic building materials so that you can extend the growing season in your region.

Irrigation is also an essential component of your garden. We’ll guide you on how to set up a system that waters uniformly and is set up on a timer for convenient, timely watering.

Fireside Chat – Why Garden?

Jack, Dan and Andrew sat down fireside to ask the question: Why Garden?

MODULE B. Designing Beautiful Edible Landscapes

1. Designing for convenience

2. Designing for success

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Andrew Couzens is a software engineer turned soil scientist.

A life long sufferer with inflammatory bowel disease, he was motivated to enter the agricultural space in an effort to “be the change” he believed was necessary to heal his own body.

Healthy plants come from healthy soil, and healthy soil comes from working with nature, not against it.

Leveraging his knowledge and experience in software engineering, he started Terra Flora Organics with a goal of helping conventional growers move from unsustainable practices that destroy soil and negatively affect the health of people and the planet, to regenerative practices that allow intensive farming whilst building soil and healing our minds and our bodies.

Andrew Couzens