Never has black been so velvet. Stare for even a moment, and it draws you into a vast abyss of mesmerising travel. It is the black of all colours shimmering with none at all – Hues with echoes of rainbow. This black absorbs light without quenching it. It reinterprets shadow, and as each wing flutters, as each movement takes place, it slows down time against the hurried movement of the Mormon on the wing. It is at this time of year that we will see her. She is looking to lay. No butterfly comes close to her veiled beauty or the enigmatic smile of the Mormon Butterfly.
Organic gardening is not about just substituting toxic chemicals with less toxic ones, but about a whole different way of thinking and working. It is a conscious effort to cooperate with Nature in the creation of health and abundance for all.
The Essence of Organic Gardening
The 5 things we do at 5EyesFarm are interrelated. The organic farming creates a canvas for Green-Ed learning. And the good food, the community engagement and sustainability practices come out of these.
One of the wonderful things about being here is that growing a wide variety of food just happens almost by its self. Walking around the farm, we will come across various types of ginger coming out from underneath the roots of trees and sometimes in very tall crops by themselves.
Aquaponics combines hydroponics with fish culture creating a mutually beneficial, sustainable option for healthy food production
posts Stories from the farm - a closer look at the people, the place and the bio-diversity at 5EyesFarmOrganic Life—01 You can discover a whole new level of life when you start growing organic foods. At first it's just about the seedlings, the plants growing and the...
The humble banana has many hidden properties and uses. It is a valuable food, medicine, composter and wine,
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Posts Stories from the farm - a closer look at the people, the place and the bio-diversity at 5EyesFarmKeeping Honey Bee in our Urban backyard This story is about European honey bees in Melbourne, Australia. At 5EyesFarm we have the Asian Honey bee and several species...
Posts Stories from the farm - a closer look at the people, the place and the bio-diversity at 5EyesFarmStingless bees are wonderful honey makers are especially important for pollinating and having different species means more flower types are looked after. There are...
Posts Stories from the farm - a closer look at the people, the place and the bio-diversity at 5EyesFarmWe learned the ropes of beekeeping in Australia for some years with a few urban hives. These were Apis mellifera (commonly called European Honey Bees (EHB) though...