circlegarden Photos & Videos

1 month ago

A truly magical place! The first aquaponic farming system in Italy is started by 4 friends on a plot of land outside of Rome @thecirclefood. A sustainable way of creating top delicious fresh herbs and leafs for people like us who don鈥檛 compromise on flavour and our sustainable values. Check out todays stories for a full tour in the green house馃尡鈽橈笍馃尶 #Sustainable #FreshHerbs #Leafs #SuppliersForMarigold #LocalSuppliers #CircleGarden #AqcuaponicFarming #TheCircleFood #InTheMakingOfMarigold #MarigoldRoma

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5 months ago

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5 months ago

Good morning from 脜sg氓rden!

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5 months ago

The circle garden is poppin'~ round two. Early greens have taken their bow and the last of the carrots are full sized ready for picking. I carefully planted successive crops between the rows of former residents to cut down on time - basil tucked in where radish grew now have full leaves. Swiss chard showing colorful stalks where the failed broccoli grew. Taking my chances on squash again where radish was harvested. Kale took the place of a bountiful beets. Cucumbers are climbing the fence and flowering where rain clobbered peas had to be pulled. Volunteer sunflowers tower over my efforts. First time luffa crop just might fight the cucumbers for fence space. My first try at black beans straight down the middle. Some wins, some fails, but it all comes down to having faith and trying again either way. . . . #gardener #marketgarden #CSAgarden #farmher #organicgardening #alwaystryagain #circlegarden #homesteading #virginiagrown #womenfarmers #goodgrowshere #dirtykneesfarm

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5 months ago

Great things start small. From nothing to something. (creating) The circle herb/flower/veg garden 2017. It used to be a bare, sandy, weed(couch grass)infested patch of land. Covered for a while to kill weeds and the rest dug out manually. SWIPE LEFT to see progress The usual herbs like lavender, thyme, rosemary, oregano, sage, chamomile, chives, parsley and mint were grown. Flowers included marigolds, poppies, chamomile, lavender, borage, cosmos which were great for the insects, bees and other wildlife in general. A few vegetables/greens grown were lettuce, chard, and runner beans which tbh were not the most exciting of things for me to grow and eat, but nevertheless. It was beautiful, and served good purpose. That's what matters. Paths were dug out for beds to be created, also mulched with straw and then woodchip to prevent weeds. Beds needed a lot of irrigation, compost and mulching in most areas due to the really sandy soil but also luckily most of what we planted here, especially the herbs and flowers were well able tolerate dry sandy soils and drought conditions. It was quite productive and fairly easy to manage. What else? It was beautiful, it was circular, diverse, quite therapeutic and enclosed to work in compared to open straight lines. Would it be commercially functional? Not sure, unless you had a couple of circles and many hands lol and it were in more of a permaculture setting. I'm quite biased towards the circle or a few little gardens/enclosed spaces for different things rather than one open field. No to monoculture though. We ought to try as much as possible to imitate nature. For a Next time herb garden which I don't know when that would be, I would put in loads of ginger and turmeric- lovely flower.. And plant, loads of African basil,, aloe Vera, lemongrass, garlic, efo tete(amaranth greens) and even bitterleaf.. Etc what else? We will see. Im still looking out for what tropical pure flowers and plants are good for insects and wildlife in general. #thingsineverposted #circlegarden #valeheadfarm #herbflowergarden #medicinalgarden #gardening #farming #agriculture #permaculture #biodynamics #growyourownfood #biodiversity #nigeria #stewardofthearth

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5 months ago

Great things start small. From nothing to something. (creating) The circle herb/flower/veg garden 2017. It used to be a bare, sandy, weed(couch grass)infested patch of land. Covered for a while to kill weeds and the rest dug out manually. SWIPE LEFT to see progress The usual herbs like lavender, thyme, rosemary, oregano, sage, chamomile, chives, parsley and mint were grown. Flowers included marigolds, poppies, chamomile, lavender, borage, cosmos which were great for the insects, bees and other wildlife in general. A few vegetables/greens grown were lettuce, chard, and runner beans which tbh were not the most exciting of things for me to grow and eat, but nevertheless. It was beautiful, and served good purpose. That's what matters. Paths were dug out for beds to be created, also mulched with straw and then woodchip to prevent weeds. Beds needed a lot of irrigation, compost and mulching in most areas due to the really sandy soil but also luckily most of what we planted here, especially the herbs and flowers were well able tolerate dry sandy soils and drought conditions. It was quite productive and fairly easy to manage. What else? It was beautiful, it was circular, diverse, quite therapeutic and enclosed to work in compared to open straight lines. Would it be commercially functional? Not sure, unless you had a couple of circles and many hands lol and it were in more of a permaculture setting. I'm quite biased towards the circle or a few little gardens/enclosed spaces for different things rather than one open field. No to monoculture though. We ought to try as much as possible to imitate nature. For a Next time herb garden which I don't know when that would be, I would put in loads of ginger and turmeric- lovely flower.. And plant, loads of African basil,, aloe Vera, lemongrass, garlic, efo tete(amaranth greens) and even bitterleaf.. Etc what else? We will see. Im still looking out for what tropical pure flowers and plants are good for insects and wildlife in general. #thingsineverposted #circlegarden #valeheadfarm #herbflowergarden #medicinalgarden #gardening #farming #agriculture #permaculture #biodynamics #growyourownfood #biodiversity #nigeria #stewardofthearth

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