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Free Permaculture Starter Kit! (Eastern Massachusetts)

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Hello Folks!

I'm pleased to offer a free permaculture starter kit to those who have some lawn they want to turn into a perennial food system!

here is the text of my craig's list post:

"I'm pleased to offer a range of perennial food and permaculture crops that I've potted up from my garden. The plants I have to share include:

* free edible daylilies that I've potted up from my garden. The flower buds are absolutely delicious in stir fries and put into soups. A good article on eating daylilies can be found here: https://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/how-to-sustainably-harvest-daylilies-zbcz1307. The plants are extremely hardy, produce beautiful flowers and are an all around great addition to the garden.

* Comfrey, which has flowers that pollinators love and helps to make the soil more fertile.

* Fox Grape Vines which in a few years make the most delectable fruit.

* Egyptian Walking Onions which are perennial, spreading onions and very delicious.

* Nettles, an excellent perennial early spring vegetable and herb.

* St. John's Wort, an excellent bee plant and herb that thrives in poor soil.

* Anise Hyssop, an excellent long flowering bee plant.

* White Clover, a perennial clover that builds soil fertility and bees love!

The last time I made this posting I got flooded with responses so please know that I will favor responses where the person offers to make some sort of exchange. Some things that I like in exchange include honey, potting soil, and of course cash donations."

If you would like these plants or know someone who does, and are somewhere reasonable close of Eastern Massachusetts, please drop me a line! https://boston.craigslist.org/bmw/grd/d/framingham-free-permaculture-starter-kit/7154840613.html

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