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Lasagne potagère - jardin participatif

Collège de l'Eglantine

A permaculture mound marks the boundary between the courtyard and the road. Small fruit trees and vegetables have been planted for the cooking pot when school begins again... 

Through successive layers, the permaculture mound produces a rich environment, particularly favourable to the soil’s micro-fauna. It increases the cul- tivable area, helps create micro-climates, fosters better water management by the plants and makes the work easier, thanks to its height. 

By involving schoolchildren in planting the small trees, SPADOM has raised their awareness to the issue of urban agriculture and permaculture, and teamed up with a whole bunch of budding gardeners who will look after what they helped plant!

Authors

Service des parcs et domaines, avec les élèves du Collège Eglantine

Partners & Implementation

Service des parcs et domaines

List of Plants and Materials

Framboisier « Blissy® Autumn Bliss », Rubus idaeus
Framboisier « Alpengold », Rubus idaeus
Cassissier Titania « Noire de Bourgogne », Ribes nigrum
Cassissier Neva, Ribes nigrum
Groseillier à grappes, cassis « Dr. Bauer’s Ometa’ », Ribes rubrum
Groseillier à grappes, raisinet « Blanche de Versailles », Ribes rubrum
Groseillier à grappes, raisinet « Rosalinn », Ribes rubrum
Groseillier à grappes « Rovada », Ribes rubrum
Coqueret du Pérou, Physalis edulis
Pâtissons, Cucurbita pepo
Courge rouge vif d’Etampe, Cucurbita maxima
Tomates minipoire jaune, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomates cerise rouge, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomates cerise jaune, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomates cerise noire, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomate Vladivostok, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomates cornue des Andes, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomate jaune de Thoune, Solanum lycopersicum
Tomates zèbre vert, Solanum lycopersicum