Welcome…to our wonderland

by | Sep 9, 2022 | Sustainable Living | 1 comment

The Planet Schooling Team (alias White Rabbit Gardeners) are passionate about encouraging individuals to take environmental actions that will make a difference. They have created organic edible land art spaces in several countries – Boom Festival in Portugal, Global Eclipse Gathering in the USA, Rainbow Serpent Festival and Earth Frequency Festival in Australia and probably the most beautiful work in Brazil at Ecocentro IPEC.

Urban gardens

Urban gardens

Our gardens are a special place to reconnect with nature’s grand design. You will find basil, sage, rosemary and many other herbs scattered amongst vegetables, succulents, flowers and art pieces. This helps ground people in a pleasant, aromatic way. Watching nature unfold.

We are inspired by Lewis Carroll and his stories of a particular strong little woman that pushes the boundaries. As Carroll wrote in Alice in Wonderland, “You know what the issue is with this world? Everyone wants a magical solution to their problem, and everyone refuses to believe in magic“. So our gardens are magical and whimsical and sometimes quirky but always made with love.

The team has extensive experience with permaculture, natural building and sustainable living. We are Lucy LeganLaila Helena and Rourke Messner. We come together when nature calls.

You can follow our journey on Instagram or Facebook. Read about our trials and successes in attempting to walk the talk with sustainable living here.

In the garden of memory, in the place of dreams… that is where you and I shall meet.

Alice through the looking glass.

1 Comment

  1. Mohamad Toutounji

    Very cool and interesting post
    It is true that our planet is our wonderland 🙂🙂

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