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As their name indicates, Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply is a provider of equipment and seeds for gardening and farming. They are located in Grass Valley, California and have been in operation since 1976. They strive to provide organic growing supplies and the tools to use them. One of the early providers for the organic movement, they now sell a wide array of seeds, organic fertilizers, organic pest control, tools, irrigation supply, dehydrators, food mills, canning supplies, fermentation equipment, cheese making equipment, wooden ice cream maker, scythe, sickle, brewing and wine making equipment, beekeeping supplies.

They also feature a wide array of fruit trees such as apples, pear, apricot, plum pluot, cherry, fig, peach, nectarine, pomegranate, persimmon, citrus, jujube, mulberry and even olive trees. Their selection of nut trees is also extensive: Mahan Pecan, Chandler Walnut, Almond, Western Schley Pecan, Franquette Walnut, Colossal Chestnut, Nevada Chestnut, and Livermore Walnut. The selection of perennial goes from grape vines to hops, including small berries, asparagus, rhubarb, jerusalem artichokes, artichokes, and horseradish. They have many mushroom growing kits: shiitake, King Stropharia, button, oyster mushrooms, and much more.

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This is an important company for anyone in CA, because CA has a lot of regulations restricting the transport of plant materials and even some other garden materials from out of state.
 
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- I wasn't expecting any thing but advertising from the video, and was pleasantly surprised, at first I thought O.K. when I get questions about Hugel-beds,
I'll send them to this video ! Then when I saw the exploded diagram, I said oh ! Yes i can sketch that ! I will certainly send my cali-friends here ! A. L.

 
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I've dealt with Peaceful Valley before, and give them a big Thumbs Up.

 
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It is not a perfect hugel bed, but for people that never heard of them that might be a good gateway into permaculture.
 
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I've bought stuff from PVFS before, and I originally heard about them from Paul in a podcast! I recommend them. They often have better a price on shipping than anywhere else, and I don't have local sources for lots of the stuff they sell.
 
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all of our seeds, crowns, tubers and bare roots came from them this year too!! Glad to know they're up to snuff!
 
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