March 12 ^ April 9 ^ Ma y 7 ^ June 11 ^ July 9 ^ September 17

We are delighted to start another Urban Permaculture Workshop Series in Collaboration with Cityplot! The in-depth six-part series of half-day workshops cover the fundamentals of sustainable organic growing as the seasons unfold. We will cover crop planning, seeds, seedlings, composting, soil health, pro-pagation by cuttings, creating a balanced garden, various vegetables, herbs, fruit, wild and edible fl ower crops, seed saving, four-season growing, harvest and more. All classes are a combination of theory and hands-on practical work.

Permaculture is a sustainable design system which seeks to develop a harmonious interrelationship between humans, plants, animals and the Earth. It’s underlying ethos is: people care, earth care, fair share. Permaculture is one of the most holistic, integrated systems analysis and design methodologies found in the world — and a highly practical concept which can be applied in urban and rural settings alike

Can be either booked as integral course or as single workshops!  Book via Eventbrite or Cityplot.org 

Further information: Leonie Woidt-Wallisser — workshops-berlin@cityplot .org



March 12 / 13–17h

Planning an Edible City Garden

– Introduction to urban farming
– Growing on your balcony, rooftop, windowsill or garden plot
– Creating a Balanced Ecosystem
– Sun, Moon, Temperature and Climate ­ The Basics about Herbs, Vegetables, Edibles Flowers, Berries
– Four-­Season Crop Planning







March 12
Introduction to Permaculture

Welcome to the lively and active world of Permaculture! This workshop will introduce you to the Permaculture ethics: Earth Care, People Care, and Fair Share. We will interactively explore how these principles can be applied to city garden projects of all sizes and lay the foundation for our own Permaculture Community.

April 9
Companion Planting

Organic gardeners know that a diverse mix of companion plants make for a healthy, productive and spaceefficient garden. Learn about how certain planting combinations can increase crop yield, attract beneficial insects, repel pests, and even enhance flavour. You’ll be surprised at which plant combinations make each other smile, and which cause a pout!

June 11

Did you know that worms can transform your food scraps into a rich compost? Come along and learn how to make your own worm bin for your kitchen or balcony! You will leave with hungry worms to live in your bin, and information about how to feed them so that they make a delicious treat for your plants.

July 9
Growing Edibles Indoors and in the Shade

Do you have very little direct sunlight in your city garden and despair of ever producing healthy homegrown vegetables and herbs? All is not lost! Learn which crops can grow in shade and expand your gardening space. Additionally, you can grow food if you have no garden by making optimal use of your indoor space. Herbs, salads, fruit and a surprising variety of other plants can thrive indoors if you know which plants to grow and how to grow them. We’ll help you get started!

September 17
Introduction to Phenology

Phenology is the study of cyclic and seasonal natural phenomena, especially in relation to climate and plant and animal life. Because of yearly variations in weather, calendar dates are usually not a good basis for ardening decisions. In this workshop we will be discussing the physiological time scale that is biologically more accurate than calendar days. A fascinating topic to ponder over in the often turbulent months to follow.


Book via Eventbrite or Cityplot.org
Further information: Leonie Woidt-Wallisser — workshops-berlin@cityplot .org


Location (link): Agora Café

10:00 am - 5:00 pm