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I will be starting a small forest in zone 9 in china I was hoping to get some ideas for good support spieces that will thrive in this zone any help will be much appreciated. thanks in advance.
 
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not familiar with zone 9, but would probably be similar to the same zone area in the  US..however, I'm in zone 4..probably  things like peaches, almonds, pecans, cherries and other stone fruits,
 
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How about tagasaste, alfalfa, comfrey, yarrow, red/white clover...

Are you looking for trees/shrubs or herbs?
 
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