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Cold-climate food forest in Quebec

 
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Didn't see this on the forum..Great success with tropical or so fruit trees like Chinese's pears..


 
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Thanks for that!

I've embedded the video below.

 
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Ok great Thank you
 
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OUps...I just notice I made a mistake...the title should have been ¨Cold climate food forest.....¨
 
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Why do I have the feeling that the title have been change??? In my memory I had put 3 dots before ¨in QUébec....¨ really strange.

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In the top right of your posts, there is an edit button. Click the edit button and you can change things. The ... may have been removed by a moderator. Someone doing a search for Quebec will not search for ... Quebec. This may be the reason for the change.

It must be changed within 24 hours of posting. Later than that, a moderator would have to do it for you.
 
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Isabelle Gendron wrote:OUps...I just notice I made a mistake...the title should have been ¨Cold climate food forest.....¨



Fixed that for you...
 
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Thanks...

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THIS IS BONKERS!

He's growing all kinds of exotic fruit and he's just outside of Montreal. Its -18 C in Montreal today! Totally crazy!!

Gonna have to pay this place a visit come spring.

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Maybe a Permies.com trip could be organized! LOL I would like to visit too! The video definitely gave me some new ideas of things to try planting here.
 
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My orchard ¨Beyound organic's type¨ is not ready yet, but I started some Chinease pears seedlings....we will see. But He realized a couples of great things....I would join you guys for a visit.

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Ho! and yes, it is freaking cold here and today it is snow storm day I am pretty sure his banana trees wish they would be in Africa hahaha
 
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