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Permaculture Primer - Shared screen with speaker view
Augustine Ang
32:27
what flower is that please?
Suchitra Thangavel
34:30
its blue leadwood/ceratostigma
Augustine Ang
35:18
thank you :)
Sarah Goh
35:20
nature strip gardening - how to prevent dogs from digging the plants up ?
Holly
35:26
do you need council approval for nature strip gardening?
Dianne
37:35
https://www.hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au/Services/Trees-Nature-Strips/Nature-strip-landscaping-guidelines
Holly
37:50
thanks :-)
My Smart Garden
39:03
Yes to Nature strip gardening in the City of Maribyrnong. There's a permit process on our web
joda
43:26
zoning for suburbia - I use the principle of pot size , zone 1 - one pot size for plant , Zone 2 plant would use two pots for growth etc...
joda
50:05
Robert Hart ?
rhi
52:15
the host can mute people I think. they might not know how to mute themselves.
Dianne
56:07
I have bulbine lily - how large do the tubers grow?
Anthony Warren
57:27
The host can mute everyone
Anthony Warren
57:46
This woud address this reoccurring matter
Anthony Warren
58:33
If you want to know how here: https://it.umn.edu/services-technologies/how-tos/zoom-mute-all-participants#:~:text=As%20a%20host%20or%20co,bottom%20of%20the%20Participants%20window.
Carmen Kujawski
58:48
on zoom the space bar can mute and unmute you. so be careful to not touch it by accident. :)
Dianne
58:56
I have harvested alpine berries all winter. A bowlful each week
Mouri Karim
01:00:46
Can you mute everyone Karen?
Patsy Angley
01:01:41
Sorry, which kiwi fruit species?
Eliza Bram
01:01:48
You can search participants
rhi
01:02:11
you're the host not karen?
priscilla
01:02:24
If Karen is made a co-host, she will be able to mute all
Patsy Angley
01:02:36
sorry, but could you say how to start off choke again..I’ve try by burying one in a pot.
Dianne
01:02:47
kiwi berry
Ana Bathan
01:02:48
Let's respect the speaker please... let's be mindful. please check your mic please and mute
Pamela Mulready
01:02:52
I think she has left now too
Jen Drysdale
01:04:40
I think they have a small child
rhi
01:05:02
you're doing well karen
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
01:07:02
YAY WELL DONE
Kelly’s iPad
01:07:13
thanks.. harsh but fair :)
Eliza Bram
01:07:22
Thanks !
Bonnie Chew
01:07:52
Yes, that's fair! I'm the one doing the detective work :)
Mum
01:08:03
I am a bit disappointed about the naming and shaming
Hazel
01:08:18
Me too, Mum. :(
Jen Drysdale
01:09:13
Ditto
Jane Sawyer
01:09:35
30!!!
janelle
01:09:38
I don’t think it was meant as a shaming exercise but rather a identification so constructive action could be taken and thus totally appropriate. IT is perfectly ok to do this,
rhi
01:10:29
edible flowers are so nice my aunty used to show me these
Kelly’s iPad
01:10:31
add violet to your green smoothies
Bonnie Chew
01:10:51
It certainly wasn't to shame anyone. They may not have known it was them. Out of respect to our presenter, it was done with love xx
Dianne
01:11:12
ruby saltbush are nice in green salads - pretty colours, not so much in fruit salads
janelle
01:11:40
Sometime we need to name simply for appropriate boundary setting, done with respect. Totally well done
Joanne
01:14:09
Hi Karen, with native edibles - are you able to recommend or provide some extra resources as to what other native edibles there are (apart from those listed on your slide), and which parts of the plants are edible/not edible, please?
rhi
01:15:17
will we be emailed this presentation if possible
PN
01:15:29
yes dandelion very invasive!!
Anthony Warren
01:15:58
I don't think the presenter Karen can see chat when they are presenting their screen (I could be wrong)
Kelly’s iPad
01:16:02
make dandelion meed or honey with the blooms
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
01:16:49
Yes the presenter cant see any chat while sharing screen
Brenda Alexander
01:16:54
use mine all the time
My Smart Garden
01:17:50
Karen will have some resources for us to send out after the session.
rhi
01:18:02
nice 1
Dianne
01:18:11
thank-you
Everyday Chefs
01:18:38
fantastic
Michael
01:19:17
Thanks Jen, my power dropped out.
Herlina Kurniawati
01:19:29
Thank you....
Robyn
01:20:02
Are all chickweeds edible
Jing Yu
01:20:13
eat a lot of three cornered garlic last week. nice invasive weeds
janelle
01:22:44
Oat paste is so easy for same purpose. I have even used it for pet skin conditions
Aline Joyce
01:23:04
What plant was that from for the ointment?
janelle
01:23:14
che=ickweed I think
Aline Joyce
01:23:20
Ace - thanks
Carmen Kujawski
01:23:24
chickweed
janelle
01:23:27
chickweed sorry
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
01:23:48
excellent new free app called "Wild Food Map" which shows sites with edible weeds on a Google map. It's been recently released for Android, still in trial for iPhone. Around 700 listed so far
Dianne
01:24:22
Thanks Amanda
Carmen Kujawski
01:24:33
this is so informative...thankyou so much for your hard work. Im loving this
Holly
01:25:10
its wonderful. A childhood dream
Ana Bathan
01:25:13
Beautiful... this is just beautiful
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
01:25:14
great info site covering all bush tucker & weeds with pics https://www.survival.org.au/bushfood.php
Carmen Kujawski
01:25:25
oooowwww that app sounds awesome.thankyou
Anthony Warren
01:27:28
Bruce French in Tasmania has a database with names of over 30,000 produce plants - https://foodplantsinternational.com/
Pamela Mulready
01:29:05
Does that cost money for the permit?
Aline Joyce
01:30:46
In Northcote it doesn’t - might depend where you are.
My Smart Garden
01:31:29
I think it's free from what I see quickly here. I can post the link in the email after the session.
janelle
01:31:55
Sorry I need to go, thanks for all the great content.
janelle
01:32:13
I’ll look forward to the material. THANKS
My Smart Garden
01:32:37
Thanks Janelle
Anthony Warren
01:32:39
I live in Yarraville in Maribynong council and we have a naturestrip garden - since 7 years ago. We did the permit and its free. You only need complete the paperwork, do a plot plan and list the plant varieties you intend to plant.
Holly
01:33:19
quick break now?
My Smart Garden
01:34:43
Thanks Anthony. That's good to know.
Anthony Warren
01:37:05
For those in maribyrnong - Here is the Naturestip regulations and permit - and in this same PDF document the last two pages are the permit pages you need to submit - https://www.maribyrnong.vic.gov.au/Building-planning/Current-and-future-planning/Strategies-and-policies/Naturestrip-Landscape-Policy-and-Guidelines
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
01:37:25
Pine nuts are harvested this way. The cone is grown to maturity, then placed in hesham bags then laid in the sun for up to 20 days where they'll disperse the nuts
Kylee
01:38:27
Where can we find more info on the gardens in Kensington and the other suburb you mentioned (love to visit them post covid of course)
Katherine
01:38:56
My Smart Garden website has links
sonya
01:42:42
What is the botanical name for your perennial bell pepper
Patsy Angley
01:44:25
How wide (or thin) are those water tanks? Any particular name/brand?
sonya
01:44:44
Do you have electric pumps on all your rainwater tanks?
Mahsa Rahimi
01:44:49
Thanks for all the great content.
rhi
01:47:00
that's a great idea
Aline Joyce
01:47:12
Also Share Waste is amazing
Jen Drysdale
01:47:49
Great tip Aline, thanks
Kelly’s iPad
01:47:51
there is one on beauchamp st in Preston. plenty road end.
Eliza Bram
01:48:13
Composting bins in North Carlton Railway House, but not open during COVID stage 4
rhi
01:48:13
my mum helps run a community garden in Avondale Heights, I think that's your municipality?
GlennM
01:49:43
Thanks, very inspiring!
Patsy Angley
01:49:46
Please can you say how to get choke grown again? thanks
melissa duncan
01:49:53
whats the best way to grow raspberries please
Eliza Bram
01:50:28
Thanks for today, I’ve got to go but appreciate your time and knowledge, Eliza
Aline Joyce
01:51:00
Whats the smallest amount of space you’d need to be self sufficient (roughly)?
Anthony Warren
01:51:01
I was right.
Bons
01:51:05
Thank Karen for kindly sharing your knowledge xx
Imogen Wills
01:51:11
fabulous, so many resources, thank you
Patsy Angley
01:51:17
any tips on starting mushrooms?
SB2
01:51:28
Thanks Karen, any tips this time of year on companion planting please - thanks :) !
melissa duncan
01:51:30
Yes great presentation
Pamela Mulready
01:51:48
In my front yard to the East I have two flowering gums which attract the parrots. What fruit trees, shrubs and could be companion to them.? Advice appreciated
Kobie
01:53:40
Hi, I have a small fig tree (variety?) in a container ready to be planted in garden. Is it best to plant in applebox/large container or soil? I have heavy clay soil (Banyule) and have been warned about spreading roots of fig tree
Reiko
01:53:52
Are most your plants shared today tolerant of shades? South/East space
Anthony Warren
01:54:02
Thoughts on if you are renting and want to establish a portable permaculture produce garden. ie resources, ideas?
Patsy Angley
01:54:27
Thank you
zoevarol
01:55:07
My rococo chilli is quite perennial, its 3rd year
zoevarol
01:55:26
Rocoto
Helene Travis
01:55:38
Thank you been very informative :)
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
01:55:50
BELL PEPPER Bot name Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum
deborah stahle
01:56:07
thanks so much super interesting and informative
Suchitra Thangavel
01:56:19
what's minimum space required to start perma pls??
Brenda Alexander
01:56:44
Thank you so much for your presentation today. I really appreciate it. Made my day :)
Suchitra Thangavel
01:58:20
thanks really appreciate it!! very informative
Anthony Warren
01:59:58
Thanks. Great ideas.
Gayatri
02:00:44
I am want to make a inground worm tower in pots using pvc pipe. Is using pvc pipes a problem? would they leach out in soil?
Jen Drysdale
02:01:43
I am just wondering if there is a permaculture guide for planting on balconies?
melissa duncan
02:02:06
Where is the best place to plant elderflowers
Sean SJ
02:02:21
Do you of any urban experiences of permaculture planning or gardens planned across different households in the same street?
Rosie Pham
02:02:49
does the retrosuburbia book give technical info to safely grow on the roof?
Rosie Pham
02:03:29
I have a tin roof but am very curious about trying this in summer!
Rosie Pham
02:03:37
how did you get started?
rhi
02:04:33
thanks for all great info, really interesting
Carmen Kujawski
02:04:45
do you have any photos of your roof garden?
Anastasia
02:04:53
What about pvc? can that be toxic to the seedlings ?
Anthony Warren
02:05:03
Thankyou Karen!
Aline Joyce
02:05:41
Suggesting of safest garden hose? That’s ok for drinking from and safe for the garden (doesn’t leech any chemicals)
SB2
02:06:48
top 5 quick growing plants to grow now?
joalland
02:06:56
thank you for this presentation it was very interesting
Pamela Mulready
02:06:56
In case earlier question was missed? Are there any good companion plants for flowering gums?
Rosie Pham
02:07:00
What's your advice for feijoas Karen? I've had one for two years but no flowers or fruit :(
Kobie
02:07:06
thank you so much.
Dianne
02:07:12
Thank-you
Bons
02:08:03
Awww adorable xx
PN
02:08:42
Thank you.
melissa duncan
02:11:44
Best way to grow raspberries?
Suzanne Dunster
02:11:58
thank you so much. great to learn can start in a small place
Jen Drysdale
02:12:24
Best place to buy compost for planting in pots?
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
02:12:28
sign up to https://gardenate.com/ it'll send you 2 months of what you can plant. Also the app you can buy. Tell you all the info on every fruit vege herb that you need as well as harvest time
Maria Zsok
02:13:06
growing rasberries
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
02:13:12
adapts to your time zone
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
02:13:27
*temp zones
Carmen Kujawski
02:14:24
the best varity of raspberries
melissa duncan
02:14:39
Growers plant them in plastic crates
Jen Drysdale
02:15:00
Thankyou
Imogen Wills
02:15:07
thanks so much
Aline Joyce
02:15:15
Thank you Karen!
Carmen Kujawski
02:15:17
thankyou so much
Rosie Pham
02:15:18
Thank you! this was a great and interesting talk :)
Maria Zsok
02:15:18
Thank you
melissa duncan
02:15:20
Great info karen thanks so much
Anastasia
02:15:22
thank you
Patsy Angley
02:15:24
Fabulous! Thank you so much!!
Jing Yu
02:15:27
Thank you very much!
Mei Chan
02:15:28
Thank you very much
Joanne
02:15:29
THank you so much Karen! that was really great
WorkshopMyGarden fb group Amanda
02:15:32
Thanks Karen and My Smart Garden
Kelly’s iPad
02:15:33
that was brilliant and beautiful thanks so much x
Emma P
02:15:33
Thank you so very much!
Steve M
02:15:34
Thanks
Steph Rizzo
02:15:36
Thank-you!
Mum
02:15:36
thank you
Anastasia
02:15:41
do you have instagram Karen ?
peter adams
02:15:41
thank you for that hugely informative sessions
PN
02:15:42
Thanks again.
Sarah Goh
02:15:42
Amazing! Thank you very much!
Subik Baso
02:15:43
Thank you for organising this, very informative and encouraging me to apply
Sam Franks
02:15:49
Just amazing thank you!
Gargee
02:15:51
Many thanks! Very interesting session!
Ania
02:15:53
Thanks Karen, you always teach me something new
Pamela Mulready
02:15:53
Thankyou!
Miwako Okumura
02:15:56
Thank you very much!
Sarah Goh
02:15:57
Thanks Jo for organising too
Kim Low
02:16:10
Many thx - so informative!
Jenny Lowe
02:16:17
So awesome - so much info. Thanks heaps