Working with nature to create ecosystems to revitalise the soil to produace healthy plants and food.

Growing Soil

The foundation of a permaculture garden is healthy soil.  Permaculture systems are designed to be interactive as in nature, creating no waste and using the available resources.

Permaculture universal ethics are threefold.

  • Care for the land
  • Care for the people
  • Fair share

We design vegetable gardens to suit the space available, food forests, and soil building programs like composting and worm farms to produce chemical fertiliser and pesticide free produce. The garden is an integral part of the waste management system and will not only take care of all your organic waste but also reduce water consumption through the use of rainwater and waste water.

Our Permaculture Designed Garden Projects

The Datei Langkawi

The Datai Langkawi, With IDPM

The Permaculture garden at The Datai was designed by Mark Garrett, an internationally acclaimed designer. The main goal was to utilise the food waste from the kitchen and the landscape waste to produce compost for the garden.

The zerowaste center we build for Alila ubud

Alila Hotels and Resorts Bali

Each hotel has a permaculture designed garden to produce mainly herbs and spices for use by the restaurant. The gardens uses the compost and liquid fertilizers produced with the food waste of the hotel.

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In our assessments programm we start to measure your impact on the environment.

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The zerowaste center we build for Alila ubud


Waste is one of our very visible problems. But to minimize it, we need to understand first where the problem starts.

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