The Plummery

‘The Plummery’ is a 1/14th acre (280m2) urban permaculture system in Melbourne, Australia. In 2018, the garden produced 428kg of herbs, vegies, fruit and eggs with about 4 hours management each week – enough to feed 2 adults and regular guests most of their fresh produce! The site features a vegetable and herb garden, food forest, deep litter quail aviary, light earth studio, and an old weatherboard house with a slow-combustion wood stove, compost toilet, pantry and many other retrofits for comfort and sustainability.

The Plummery has been featured by Happen Films, Gardening Australia, Costa Giorgiadis, RetroSuburbia, The Age/SMH, Milkwood Permaculture, ReNew magazine, Green magazine, Earth Garden magazine.

I run regular private tours for community groups, students and landscape management and design professionals. Public tours are usually arranged through City of Darebin, Open Gardens Victoria and 3000acres.

See Events for upcoming public tours, or get in contact to arrange a tour.