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Hello Everyone,

The Saint Isidore society is looking for cuttings or divisions of interesting plants for their urban farm. Any perennial vegetable, herb, or fruit bush would be great.

We are especially looking for asparagus, strawberries, Gogi berry, shrubby nitrogen fixers (goumi, buckthorn, Siberian pea shrub,) non-conventional tubers, (Groundnut, yam, Jerusalem artichoke, Chinese artichoke) fruit canes, and any perennial vegetables.

Your spreading mint or comfrey might need some thinning out!
 
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