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Does anyone have any tried and true guild combinations for the Flathead Valley? Getting ready to plant some fruit trees
 
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Comfry, comfry, comfry. I love this aspect to any fruit guild. I recently acquire some root stock online, and they have all taking and are awaiting planting at the farm. My only direct experience with a fruit guild was in KC, where I planted comfry, purple chive, daffodil and some crimson clover. Good luck and send me some cherries where producing!
 
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