Our first nursery… … and first greenhouse The new multipurpose greenhouse Pioneers (fabaceas, leguminous) plants Ceratonia siliqua 2012 3 years later Cercis Silisquastrum Pioneer plants (Canopy) Quercus Suber Our last minute temporary, easy and cheap DIY irrigation Our “extreme irrigation”: a last resort of ours Flower-power Fruit-power
Green roofs take some time to get that green colour if you use straw-bales, like we did! When we bought the farm, the first thing we did was recover what the previous owners had called a shed – four brick walls standing plus some home-made makeshift walls in very bad conditions with a falling tile and … More Why the Green Roof?
We wanted to assure water storage as much as possible, and to recycle our greywaters. So we made 3 pounds on the edges of the property. These are fed by the local agriculture dam watering system. Then we connected them with ditches to a fourth – the big pound -on the lowest most concave part of the … More – Water –