Can you recommend a good book on permaculture for the residential novice?

Hello, I recently attended a few Compost Revolution courses and have an interest in learning more about how I can make my home garden more compliant with permaculture techniques.

Regards

James

Asked by James Lennon

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  • https://www.facebook.com/permaculturecookbook?fref=ts "You Can Have Your Permaculture and Eat It Too"

    Answered by KathrynRating: 0
  • My favourite is The Permaculture Home Garden by Linda Woodrow. Jackie French's gardening books are also worth a read.

    Answered by Sarah Grow.Eat.Enjoy.
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  • You might like to take a look at Earth User's Guide to Permaculture by Ro Morrow

    http://permaculture.org.au/store/cartview.html?id=95

    Answered by Fiona Campbell
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  • I also liked Linda Woodrow's Permaculture book. I also found Kelly Morris's book very useful for learning more about companion plants that can be used to make 'guilds'.
    It's not easy to find so here's a link if you're interested:
    http://gardenrealm.net/index.php?links=books&page=companionplanting

    Answered by JessicaRating: 0

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