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Jeff Wince
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Hi,
I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a good nursery in Ohio. I'm in east central Ohio but would be willing to travel. I've been ordering a lot of plants online. I'd like to find a good nursery that understands permaculture with people I could ask for guidance.

Thanks,
Jeff
 
Richard Presley
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Jeff,

Have you had any luck finding anyone? There are lots of us who garden and are flirting with sustainability, particularly in the Johnstown, Mt. Vernon, Fredericktown corridor. I'm not a full-blown permie convert, but I'm gradually moving in that direction.

rick
 
Jeff Wince
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I am in that area, between Hanover and Fallsburg. I've mostly been finding resources online. There is a permaculture nursery in Cincinnati, but that's a bit of a haul. I've been ordering plant cuttings online as it's much more economical and growing from seed where I can.
 
William Bronson
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I live in Cincy-your not talking about Marvins Organic Gardens are you?
That place disappointed me greviously...
 
Jeff Wince
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No, it is run by this-land.org. It is only open on weekends and is currently closed until September I think.

http://www.this-land.org/nursery/
 
Richard Presley
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William Bronson wrote:I live in Cincy-your not talking about Marvins Organic Gardens are you?
That place disappointed me greviously...



I just saw them featured in a Farm Bureau article. What did you find disappointing about them?
 
hisako nora
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Hey all
were in columbus, found a few cool nurseries in ohio, ive visited a few of them they are pretty spread out. . if your in the columbus area you can get a good selection from garden centers and the osu school plant sale

companion plants-lots great permaculture plants.. . down in the athens area i think
http://companionplants.com/

sandusky valley nursery-lotsa cool stuff good price havent ordered from them yet
http://www.svnursery.com/

klyn nursery, in cuyahoga county, need to set up an account, very high quality wide range of things from herbs to trees, not too many fruiting cultivars but lots of cool and weird plants
http://www.klynnurseries.com/


we just visited a nursery in kentucky run by a guy named cliff england www.nuttrees.net
he has awesome plants . . we just bought some jujubes, late blooming almonds from iran, asian pears and persimmons, timber bamboo.. . only 3.5 hrs from columbus


 
William Bronson
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Richard, they had few perennials, not that many plants at all really.
So I thought I must have just come at a bad time, yet inquiries into commen permaculture plants were met with disinterested replies in the negative. I finally simply asked for recommendations for edible landscaping (the term "permaculture" did not seem to ring a bell with them). They directed me to some sad looking currents, and the small selection of fruit trees.
Even their annuals were over priced.
They did have quince, for what its worth. ..
 
Elissa Teal
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Check out the new thread called "Ohio Permies (people) and Ohio Resources" -- you might find what you are looking for there.
 
Acetylsalicylic acid is aspirin. This could be handy too:
Video of all the permaculture design course and appropriate technology course (about 177 hours)
https://permies.com/wiki/65386/paul-wheaton/digital-market/Video-PDC-ATC-hours-HD
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