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Hi,
I am pretty new to permaculture and this forum. My neighbor is giving me 7 banana trees and I would like to create a banana circle guild. I live in Charleston, SC. Zone 8b. Possible plants I have been researching are sweet potato, yacon, ginger, Jerusalem Artichoke, Paw Paw, Taro, Lemongrass, Dill, Citronella, and comfrey. I looking for any other possibilities:) Thanks and I am so incredibly stoked that I found this forum!!
 
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Okra, beans, peanuts.
 
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Thanks!I did not even think of peanuts!
 
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