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I am new to permaculture and have a lot of different plants I want to try, I need tips on what grows well with them.

First does anyone Know what grows well with soursop (graviola, guanabana)?

Does anyone know what grows well with Cinnamon from Sri Lanka?
 
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Also, does anyone know what grows well with Kepel fruit?

Anyone know of a website that has a listing of plants and what they compliment and grow well with in an edible forest/garden setting?
 
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Howdy Matt, welcome to permies. You might find some info on one of these sites?

http://www.bing.com/search?q=permaculture+companion+planting&src=IE-SearchBox&Form=IE8SRC&adlt=strict
 
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Thanks Miles, great website.
 
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