basic herb spiral

I’m placing this concise and informative video here so I don’t lose it.

This would work beautifully for Bonnie’s pond concept for my yard.

Now to chose a location. The possibilities are endless.

If you like this, try it! And let me know how it works where you live!

About rainshadowfarm

I teach anthropology, am an archaeologist, a drylands agroecologist, community educator, and a single mother of eight grown kids. I currently own and operate an educational and research farm in the southern Mojave Desert, Rainshadow Farm. I'm 100% West Virginia hillbilly. Not necessarily in that order.
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2 Responses to basic herb spiral

  1. Elizabeth says:

    That is so cool — my sons and I would love to build one, but it seems a bit ambitious for us! Who knows — maybe we’ll do it, and if we do, we’ll call it our Rainshadow Herb Spiral!

    • Oh, I think you should try it! It’s really just different sized rocks and soil, then you plug in the herbs. The pond is tiny — that’s what made me think I could do it. The thought of excavating some of this desert dirt for a bigger pond was overwhelming. You could down-size everything about it, too! If you do it, I want photos!!!

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