Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Greensboro Day School Permaculture Gardens

Greensboro Day School is a wonderful place to get additional Permaculture related design ideas. The school is host to a large garden area, created by Charlie Headington and others, and is representative of an Edible Schoolyard.

The garden is beautiful and home to many birds and flowers as well as much to eat. Right now peaches hang from trees, beans and squash are maturing, and the ponds are full of interesting plants.

The photo album at the following link does not require log in. Simply click the link and you'll be redirected to a picture of the cover of the photo album. Click on the photo to begin the slide show. Directions to the garden are included with the pictures.

Greensboro Day School Permaculture Gardens

This is a great spot to take a child and explore the wonders of a tightly knit community of plants, insects and birds. Lots to see and touch.

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