DMK Permaculture

Permaculture Mandala Garden, Chicken Tractor Design

Seedling Shed & Shadehouse

We planted the seeds of the concept we needed for a shed to service the garden, and over time it grew . . .

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1. Taped out what we wanted

1. Taped out what we wanted on the ground.

2. Brought in some fill for a floor pad.

2. Brought in some fill for a floor pad.

3. Set the boxing for concrete.

3. Set the boxing for concrete.

4. Slab poured.

4. Slab poured.

5. Skeletal frame up.

5. Skeletal frame up. All galvanised.

6. Roof and wall cladding done.

6. Roof and wall cladding done.

7. Solar weave fabric and shade cloth attached

7. Solar weave fabric and shade cloth attached

8. Getting the most from our shade cloth.

8. Getting the most from our shade cloth.

9. Brought in old frame to increase shadcloth area.

9. Added a previously used, free standing frame to enhance shadecloth area.

10. Fence and Gate finished and painted

10. Fence and Gate finished and painted, big achievement.

11. Covered Area and Shadecloth Increased

After 2 years the Covered Area (no rain) roof was replaced and increased in size to cover the whole frame. The Shadecloth Area was increased with 4mm fencing wire /poles configuration to hold it up.

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