RegenerativeGardening1O1 is creating Regenerative Gardening Principles for hot desert climates
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The advice shared will be suitable for all gardens, no matter where you live.
All content shared will be specifically catered for gardeners in the region of Arabia.
Page launch is 1st of OCTOBER 2017.

The term regenerative garden design is not something new or unique to the way of practicing and designing gardens.
From the teachings of various men and women, to name a few: John T Lyle, Masanobu Fukuoka, Elaine Ingham: you realise that there is a big difference, both on perception and practical application, between the PROCESS of design and RESULT of design. 
What I always seek when consulting with a client, it how to make the PROCESS of achieving the desired RESULT,  as ethically respectful to the natural environment as possible, not at the cost of all that is natural and free.
Some of the aspects we look at, which are worth mentioning, are:
COMPOST MAKING
WATERING
NUTRIENTS
SOIL MICROBIOLOGY
CLIMATE
CREATING MICROCLIMATES IN YOUR GARDENS

GOOD garden design "aggregates these systems, rather than isolating them" - JT Lyle.

The most important part of regenerative gardening is to understand and appreciate the concepts and processes involved in
restoration
renewal
self-repair
growth
resilience

We design not to achieve a perfect state - static and unchanging and requiring a mountain on labour, time and money to keep it JUST PERFECT.

Rather, we seek to create a system that is constantly growing and adapting to the ever-changing conditions around our environment and the ever increasing demands/requirements from our environment - our client.

So if you are looking for a "once-for-all-fix" then this is not what you are looking for.
If you are seeking a closer, cleaner and friendlier way to garden, then this is definitely what you are looking for.

Tiers
Weekly Post on a topic & your questions Answered
$18 or more per month
  • Access to gardening lessons - one posted every week
  • Advice on your personal gardening questions - one question per month. Detailed response and advice given.
The advice shared will be suitable for all gardens, no matter where you live.
All content shared will be specifically catered for gardeners in the region of Arabia.
Page launch is 1st of OCTOBER 2017.

The term regenerative garden design is not something new or unique to the way of practicing and designing gardens.
From the teachings of various men and women, to name a few: John T Lyle, Masanobu Fukuoka, Elaine Ingham: you realise that there is a big difference, both on perception and practical application, between the PROCESS of design and RESULT of design. 
What I always seek when consulting with a client, it how to make the PROCESS of achieving the desired RESULT,  as ethically respectful to the natural environment as possible, not at the cost of all that is natural and free.
Some of the aspects we look at, which are worth mentioning, are:
COMPOST MAKING
WATERING
NUTRIENTS
SOIL MICROBIOLOGY
CLIMATE
CREATING MICROCLIMATES IN YOUR GARDENS

GOOD garden design "aggregates these systems, rather than isolating them" - JT Lyle.

The most important part of regenerative gardening is to understand and appreciate the concepts and processes involved in
restoration
renewal
self-repair
growth
resilience

We design not to achieve a perfect state - static and unchanging and requiring a mountain on labour, time and money to keep it JUST PERFECT.

Rather, we seek to create a system that is constantly growing and adapting to the ever-changing conditions around our environment and the ever increasing demands/requirements from our environment - our client.

So if you are looking for a "once-for-all-fix" then this is not what you are looking for.
If you are seeking a closer, cleaner and friendlier way to garden, then this is definitely what you are looking for.

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Tiers
Weekly Post on a topic & your questions Answered
$18 or more per month
  • Access to gardening lessons - one posted every week
  • Advice on your personal gardening questions - one question per month. Detailed response and advice given.