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Hello Permies,

Are you looking for hard to find permaculture plants for cold climates? I'm growing my business Food Forest Farm Permaculture Nursery this year and would like to start shipping plants to folks who need them. You can view what I have to offer at PermacultureNursery.com. I have potted plants for sale. I also have seed and root cuttings of some plants, which can save on shipping costs. I can also deliver to you if you are within 100 miles of Holyoke, MA. Your permaculture community can organize a bulk order with us and save on costs. Please visit PermacultureNursery.com for ordering plants. Also, if people are interested in having a conversation about permaculture plants, let's do it here...

I can start with the question: How can PermacultureNursery.com (or another group) help to facilitate the sharing of resources, information, research and useful plant material to permies everywhere?

Let's be in touch,
Jonathan Bates
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Hi Foodforester,
      Sharing info/resouces is great. I know many of the things here I was told would never work, yet they are thriving and producing annually or nearly so.  It would be great if there was someone in my neck of the woods could provide that info.
    Will check out your website as have a good idea of what will work here and what won't by now. USDA zone 4 and 5 min to 8 max. Drought tolerant a plus! )
 
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