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Trade/Sell/Swap seeds, plants and anything else you produced on the permapeople marketplace

 
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Hey fellow permies,

We've built a marketplace for permaculture people to generate an income from their backyards, gardens and farms.

We already have 100 items available right now. If you are interested in buying (or selling) something, check out this link:

Permapeople Marketplace

(For buying you don't even need to sign up, only when you want to add your own items to the marketplace)
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Hi Ben,

I'm very curious about this, and I think I'm going to list a selection of seeds.  I made an account.

The search method is a little clunky, in my opinion.  Could you figure out how to add a "Search by Country" option? Or maybe for the EU, it would need to include all the EU....  But here in North America it's a challenge to mail plants internationally. So it would be better for those of us here to be able to search just by country.

I know there is the map feature, but searching individual listings that way is very time consuming.  And hopefully there will be hundreds of people soon, right?

Thanks for creating this and I look forward to trying it out.
 
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What a brilliant idea. Sadly there is no one selling in the uk
 
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Be the first!
 
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Kim Goodwin — As a co-founder with Ben, I'll happily respond here.

Thanks for the great feedback. This is definitely something that stands out to me as well. In the sidebar, you can search by location — if there is a listing for it. Additionally, here's a quick link to only North American products.

Zamzam Khan — As John C Daley says, be the first! I happen to know there are quite a few folks in the UK on our networks, just not listing things at the moment. The closest we have to you currently are some products from Germany. It's totally free to list, and there are successful swaps happening every day!


In other news, thank you so much Permies team for featuring this post on the Permies Daily-ish!! Ben and I met on here, so Permapeople is a baby of Permies.
Since we posted this, we have released a few more fun features, like a garden pattern designer, where you can lay out your gardens on a grid, using your own pre-made lists, or search the plant database.

We've also quietly release a garden journal feature, where you can quickly and easily log your gardening progress; take notes, save pictures, and share with others. The more you use it, the more powerful it gets. Each piece of data you enter in your journal will inform the rest of the community. Want to know when your neighbour transplanted their tomatoes, or when you seeded the turnips last summer? If you use the journal, we'll be able to tell you.

Additionally, we're getting ready to release our gardener dashboard. We'll give you up to date weather with tips; know when to cover or harvest before a frost, when to sow seed, or when to transplant.  This dashboard will grow as we gather more data. The idea being we'll be able to tell you when/what other folks in your climate are doing.



Please note: When we talk about collecting data, this is anonymous and for your benefit only. We are an open and non-commercial entity. You even have access to all the plant data, and can edit it accordingly; add your own images, update planting methods, or just comment for other gardeners. Our whole concept with data collection is a circular economy of mutually beneficial actors. Each element in the system is and should be complementary to other elements in the system. Each person's input benefits another's outcomes.

Don't hesitate to reach out with any questions or feedback. We're always open, and we're an organization built FOR the community BY the community. Ben and I use Permapeople for our own research/planning maybe more than anyone else on the platform, so we're always looking to improve and jam with other perma-people.
 
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