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I am considering planting a living fence to separate the annual garden from the rest of the backyard in the hopes that we can one day have a puppy without destroying the tomatoes. Any suggestions on the tree? Also, how far apart should I plant them?
 
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Search for "permies living fence" and you'll get 10 hits, I promise.
Here's one.
 
I didn't like the taste of tongue and it didn't like the taste of me. I will now try this tiny ad:
Groundnuts, Chestnuts, Elderberry, Comfrey+ from Interwoven Nursery
https://permies.com/t/94677/Groundnut-Tubers-Apios-americana-Improved
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