44 thoughts on “Companion planting in a small productive urban garden. Sustainable Gardening Australia

    suzasana

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    great info. thank you very much.

    Omid Barekatein

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

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    Bradley Moore

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Went to Angelo's place today and I must say i was presently surprised on what he has created. Angelo is also a wealth of knowledge and I can wait to visit he place again. Thank you Angelo it was a great day.

    Marina K.

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    I love it!

    Teresa Haw

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Hello, can  you provide a list of the plants?  thx

    Come Hell or High Water Productions

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    I am so hot right now… Blown away! My head is as full of ideas as his garden!
    240KG of food!!! Just beautiful. Poetry in (slow) motion! Wormwood uber alles!
    Can't wait to show my friends. Thank you Angelo, your passion and knowledge is beautiful to watch And inspiring!

    Where is this?

    "I have butterflies but no caterpillars" plus Raised eyebrow looking straight at camera = … Gangsta

    cjlloyd53

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    What I want are Australian natives that will do the same job as the exotics in the companion planting scheme. What to use instead of nasturtiums, tansy, wormwood etc. Any info on this would be appreciated.

    Palm Horizon

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    man that guy is a joy to listen to

    jajajah86

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    @ 2:26 I couldn't find any information based on what I thought he said. Could someone clarify the name of the plant he's talking about please.

    Mr & Miss behave

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    <—— newest SUB here! Thanks for the video its helpful.

    Tracey Ashmore

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Thank you, such and inspiration, not only your gardena dn advice but the pure joy written all over your face.

    maximus78028

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    You can tell he loves his food garden, good job Sir.

    California Garden Guy

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    7:44 Erkayy! Love how green everything is, such a fun looking place to walk around

    Country Living Experience

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Fantastic video. It was packed full of amazingly helpful information. Thank you.

    Tessa Hudson

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Gawd,that is the most perfect garden i have ever seen!

    Gk Dissanayake

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    what a beautiful garden u have.wow.

    Jim Hervey

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Do the pest repellers also repel pollinators?

    Daniel Ellis

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    people if you wanna learn how to do this 7 layers then look up…. FOOD FORESTS , Geoff Lawton, Bill mollison, Jack Spirko establishing a food forest. then learn whats native perennial in your area and order your zone perennial seeds from seedman.com or seedaholic.com or etsy.com. i would go with seedaholic.com and buy fruit trees all year long get mulch and cardboard for free and contact mushroom growers for compost or farms for manure then use comfrey herb to speed up your compost piles twice as fast, then turn frequently you will have free compost. direct sow plenty with good weed removal learn stratification and keep direct sowing and poting stratified seeds or seeds that need stratification life is shorttttt. get moving

    SerJahPhoto

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Awesome.

    LoveThatChaCha Char

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    I wish my garden could be healthy like that. I get all kinds of pests on my plants :(

    charlotte stout

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    You are living the dream, beauty, food & nature's creatures. Bless you & thanks for the beautiful tour. Hope you continue with the teaching videos.

    ingrid s

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    hi me again .also I have chickens that will dig the plants up as they r many fragile or my dogs will run all over it hard when u have pets that don't understand to keep out of or of the pants :(

    ingrid s

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    this is how I want my garden I have so many herbs I want in garden like you have but im not sure if they will survive in the ground in the heat we have  i wonder what the temp in yr area gets to im Mediterranean weather im guessing here in  wa Mandurah its on the coast high 30 early 40s through summer.i have 740 sq mtr block  im trying to fill I have about 20 fruit trees and more to go in but running out of space the area free for plants is a lot really and its all limestone and sandy here terrible soil it would take truck loads and truck loads to get decent soil and then I have to fight couch grass which is impossible .if you ever get bored and want to visit and show me  how to get my garden like yrs yr more than welcome lol I also have the scented geraniums like u do I have 4 varieties its a awesome area well done

    Missy Rabbit

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    this garden is insane! absolutely beautiful

    Marie Joyce

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    the difference between information and knowledge ….something to strive for. truly beautiful, thankyou

    Azrey Matt

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Love it!

    Glenda Barrera

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Thank you for sharing your knowledge and beautiful garden. We have 2 acres that we are slowly turning into a food forest. My chickens sure benefit from all the foliage too!

    AllThings Health

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Thanks for the fantastic content. Love to see people exploring how to better themselves .

    Jacq Davis

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Beautiful garden and growing system! Polyculture for the WIN!

    Shawn Su

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    awesome, definitely gonna learn from this guy

    Pattie Ealding

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    I planted some tomatoes amongst the flower bed and they were the best ever in taste, size and look.

    Jim Fritz

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Check this out CUBANEGS System gardening TM increased yields,No Weed no dig grow a productive garden in the middle of a lawn and even portable recycles bags 4 times on SOLAR CONTROL .and solar energy

    Liston Spink

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Can you please let me know where to buy these pest repellent plants as I live in Cranbourne Victoria

    Enyd Ngaira

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    What is that accent?

    B1GuD0G

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Bravo Angele.

    nery colon 1

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    That is so awesome. Love your garden. Its very beautiful. I Grow mostly in my balcony and I from tamarind to mango-pineapple. Who ever wants to grow, there's no excuse. All we have to do is plant a seed.

    Edwin Reffell

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    What is the name of the white flowers related to mustard? What is the Latin name? I live in Sweden and want to see kif it is available here.

    gaetanproductions

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    An inspiration ! Thanks for the video and the work of the gardener

    Mehr Meer

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Thank you for sharing the secrets of your beautiful garden

    Chris Vandermeer

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Nice video, I actually picked up the book Angelo refers to in his companion planting guide on his website today. I was hoping to find a bit more info in regards to the insect repellent plants, eg Wormwood and Feverfew. How do they affect the beneficial insects, particularly bees, are they something to be kept right away from the veggie patch?

    Does anyone have any experience with this, hard to find much detailed information on the web, many sites say different things or none at all in regards to plant properties and companion planting.

    Thanks.

    Herman K

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Good vid.  Esp for a beginner.  If I can suggest, please add plant name as a text over the vid, so we know how it's spelled 🙂  Visually helpful for beginners.  Thanks for sharing the vid!

    Kathy Wicks

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    Question please, What amount of water is needed to maintain this system. How much water is used as an annual average?

    vicki talbot

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    what a great video… thank you…. that is a very impressive garden… I learnt a lot today :)

    Pia Jensen

    (October 25, 2016 - 3:44 pm)

    well done – very informative and what a nice permaculture garden!

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