Duo turns bungalow’s grounds into permaculture ‘classroom’

A composting system that uses worms is done at Eats, Shoots and Roots, resulting in plenty of compost to go around each week thanks to the quick working red wriggler worms that are also known as tiger worms.

SAY the word garden and the image that comes to mind is one of nicely trimmed green lawns and brightly-coloured blooming bushes. However, at a bungalow lot in Jalan Gasing, Petaling Jaya, a different kind of garden grows beautifully under the watchful eyes of its proud owners.

For the most part, this 2,000sq ft garden is left to its own devices, except for a weekly gardening session that sometimes include courses conducted through social enterprise Eats, Shoots & Roots (ESR).

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