Munir and Mittul's Compact Courtyard Garden

Munir and Mittul's Compact Courtyard Garden

Guided tour of Munir and Mittel's productive and efficient courtyard food garden.

Through smart design Munir and Mittul have created a productive growing space in a small courtyard, with room to spare to enjoy a backyard barbecue.

Making the most of the northerly aspect, the garden features passionfruit vines, chilli bushes, dwarf nectarine, fig, strawberry guava, avocado, cherry, mandarin and apple trees.

Raised keyhole garden beds with drip irrigation maximise the water and nutrient efficiency for growing vegetables and herbs. A chook house refurbished from an old bamboo cubby house completes the picture.

Munir and Mittul are also the founders of Giant Grass Design, designing and building structures from ecologically sustainable bamboo.

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Backyard Harvest Festival

This event is part of the Backyard Harvest Festival.

Held annually in November, the Backyard Harvest Festival is about celebrating local food gardens and sharing food growing knowledge and skills across generations and cultures. It has inspired gardeners since it began in 2011.

For the first time, Moreland Council is joining Darebin Council to deliver this festival.

Contact

Moreland Council
Lee Tozzi, Food System Officer
Phone: 9384 9206
Email: ltozzi@moreland.vic.gov.au

Further information

Event document

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