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My New Website and Youtube Channel- Natural Plant Nursery

 
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NaturalPlantNursery.com

Just wanted to introduce my new website and Youtube channel!

For a while now, I've wanted to start a permaculture and natural nursery. I'm not offering plants yet at this time, but I hope to offer them in the near future, possibly this fall!

I'm focusing on growing varieties that are vigorous growers and pest and disease resistant, making them easier to grow using natural methods.

I'm also passionate about plant breeding, especially fruit, and am very interested in growing them from seed and creating new varieties that are vigorous with great taste!

Here's my new website! https://www.naturalplantnursery.com/

And here's a short introduction to my Youtube channel, hope you enjoy!



Looking forward to growing together!
 
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Congratulations Steve! I've got some friends in that area who are into permaculture. I'll try to send them your way once things get going
 
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James Landreth wrote:Congratulations Steve! I've got some friends in that area who are into permaculture. I'll try to send them your way once things get going



Thanks James!
 
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