We have really concentrated on propagating a lot more plants this year, so we have a big selection to plant out around the garden. This way we can take a few more chances on where we put them. Plus having the scythe means we can keep bracken and nettles under control a lot more, come the summer when everything goes mad. We have found sage easy to take cuttings from, and this cutting was taken in October and was ready to plant out in December. It has been mulched with woodchip, cardboard and some bog rushes.
Chickenshack, founded in 1994 is a housing co-op based in North Wales. It has a long standing commitment to permaculture design and has hosted many related courses, gatherings and events there since then. I am a founding member and this is my blog of some of what I have learned along the way.