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Just wanted to drop in and say "Hi" from southern Alabama, USA! I live on 10 wetland acres and have been practicing permaculture on our place for about 15 years. This is our retirement place and we both have run our businesses on our homestead.

I would really like your suggestions on good plants to grow as far as perennial vegetables go. Also some book suggestions on the subject would be welcome. We have a fruit tree orchard that we are expanding, muscadine grapes that grow wild as well as wild blackberries and blueberries.

Love this site!!!

deb in 'Bama
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