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Danish Plant profiles (55 trees and shrubs) for a Zone 8 Forest Garden

 
Lynsey Nico
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If any of you fellow Scandinavians are planning a food forest, I have started one here on Sjælland, and I am documenting the species that work, with notes and discussions of each.

You can download the whole thing for free from my website: biodiverseed.com

Inventory of plants: here

The profiles look like this:

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Susan Skov
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Location: Denmark (USDA Zone 7, Koppen Cfb temperate oceanic)
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This is great - how did I miss it?! Oh yeah, don't use Twitter. Will have to start
 
Dawn Hoff
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And it can grow outside in Denmark?
 
Lynsey Nico
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All of the plants I have in the inventory / plant profiles can successfully grow in Denmark. I am up at about 60 plants now in terms of documenting the edible trees and shrubs that work here.

The Trifoliate orange card was just an example, I have many others profiled in the downloadable PDF file.



 
Dawn Hoff
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That is so cool!
 
Susan Skov
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On Tumblr.
 
Kaius Jaatinen
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Hi!
Thanks alot for this!

A bit off topic but you know how I could get hold of some seeds for Arctic Beauty and Hardy Kiwi seeds in this part of the world?
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