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I have started a new nursery here in upstate NY. My focus is fruit and nut trees, berry bushes, and some perennials. I am growing everything in living soils with zero peat moss or synthetic sprays or fertilizer. My goal is to make my living from home, while helping people add beneficial plants to the landscape. I hope to spread thousands of trees out from this epicenter. So far, I have connected with people through word of mouth, plant walks, and craigslist. I have a website that I am continually expanding and posting articles on. I hope to grow steadily over the next few years as I build a reputation for having quality, unique trees and shrubs. Any advice on spreading the word is much appreciated, as I have limited computer experience.
Check out my website if you like www.twisted-tree.net The name of the nursery is Twisted Tree Farm
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Akiva
 
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Sounds great Akiva, best of luck to you!
 
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It'll be interesting to see how you get on!
 
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