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Hello all!
I planing ym first permaculute garden and I want to grow my own mulch.

Do anyone have foods ideas for mulch plants?
Thank you!
 
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Consider adding your location to your profile so we can recommend plants appropriate to your area.

Comfrey works everywhere, I think,
 
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Sorry about that.
Im from Israel.
 
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I have actually been to Rehovot!

I live in very cold Vermont, US so we're not going to overlap much, plant-wise.

Comfrey is a an awesome mulch plant but don't put it inside your garden, along the outside fence would be better so it doesn't spread on you, even the sterile kind does spread.

How large is your garden? I'll find some good Geoff Lawton links for you.
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Try this one:
Desert Oasis
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