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Landscape architect and permaculture designer/educator, Steve Batley from Sydney Organic Gardens, gives the run-down on how to make a self-watering or ‘wicking’ food garden in a container.

The video was shot at the Barrett House sustainability & community centre in Randwick by Gary Caganoff from Lysis Films in Katoomba, Blue Mountains.

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