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Temperate Climate Permaculture. http://tcpermaculture.com/site/

The author has numerous articles on temperate climate species. When I first discovered Permaculture, I'd see an article elsewhere on a fantastically marvelous plant/ tree. I'd get all excited, I must have this miracle! Then I discover that this miracle will DIE in a frost, let alone a freeze! I have found this site to be helpfull in choosing species that will survive in my climate.
 
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well since you asking for favorite #1 - i will go with -->
http://www.eattheweeds.com/

google is always pointing me to this one, great for researching plant species, and identification.
 
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Joylynn Hardesty wrote:Temperate Climate Permaculture. http://tcpermaculture.com/site/

The author has numerous articles on temperate climate species. When I first discovered Permaculture, I'd see an article elsewhere on a fantastically marvelous plant/ tree. I'd get all excited, I must have this miracle! Then I discover that this miracle will DIE in a frost, let alone a freeze! I have found this site to be helpfull in choosing species that will survive in my climate.


I am so with you there, but then I look at that website and go, can't grow that, or that or that. Sigh first three plants in the blog; eggplant greenhouse only here, goji berry I managed to kill three seedlings this year, better luck next I hope. and then squash, also marginal early ones make it others are in the greenhouse catagery.

So does anyone know any from a oceanic climate i.e nothing needing over 20C to do anything.

I was just reading a different article (not on that blog) and it said not to plant brassicas until the soil is at 15.7C Well a quick look at the average soil temps where I am shows that I need to plant them... never. the advice given here is to wait until the soil is at 7C
 
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