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Greetings all!

I am the developer of a new website which is designed to allow you to create and share gardens. I made this site because I wanted a way to share my garden with my friends and family.

It is in beta at the moment, and I am looking for some users to play with it and give me some feedback.

Plant listing
+ Upload photo
+ Update plant details, with specific permaculture attributes

Group listing
+ Upload photo
+ Join or create as many groups as you like

Virtual garden tool
+ Upload background image
+ Create layers with visibility toggle (herbs, shrubs, trees, etc)
+ Drag and drop plants to an exact location on a layer

Coming soon:
+ sort
+ pagination
+ search

I'd be thrilled to hear your feedback on the site, and how your experience was. Feel free to email me anytime:

Here is the link to the site:
I'm building out my garden, but you can see how far I have gotten with it: My Garden

Thanks so much, and I hope you all find the site interesting and useful!

Jaime Wilder
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Paul was kind enough to create the permies group as well, which can be joined here:

Permies Group on Plant Life
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