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John Brownlee
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Announcing the inception of Perpetual Seed Permaculture Nursery! We are starting small, with just 4 heirloom varieties, mimosa, goji berries, and both black and white mullberries. This is a small slow beginning, with the end result being (as much as possible) a one stop shop for perennial food forest installations in the southeast U.S.. Our first varieties will be available this summer, with more varieties being added on a regular basis. There will certainly be several more varieties available by the time we actually open for business this summer. These will all be small plants to begin with as we are starting everything from seed and bootstrapping the entire business as we will be 100 percent debt free. Wish us luck!
 
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Where are you located and will you be selling mail-order or just locally?
 
John Brownlee
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Im operating from my home in Pine Mountain Ga, and I'll sell both online and to anyone who wants to come by.If you come by we will also have fresh veggies and eggs from our little farmstead available.
 
R Scott
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AWESOME!!
 
John Brownlee
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Thank you! I am really excited about this because I have wanted to have a nursery since I was about 16 years old, so thats over 17 years. Long before I ever heard about permaculture. Now I have a way to incorporate both of my passions. And I got an Apple for my post! Woo Hoo!
 
Judith Browning
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I love new beginnings...congratulations and best of luck John
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