Cool beans. In case it isn't obvious,
, I'm brand new to permaculture. I live in a small city and have ~0.75 acre, so my needs and plans are more limited than most of yours. I have lived here for two years, and this is my first year planting.
Apologies for making this sound like an exclusive project. Anyone and everyone is welcome. I focused on the PNW for my own selfish purposes.
I don't have many seeds on hand, and they're pretty pedestrian. I'm looking at what I'll have by the winter and what I might need for next year.
When I was planning for this year, I went all Italian and planted 24 tomato plants, cilantro, basil, and zucchini. I also planted peas, catnip, Brussels sprouts, cabbage - your basic vegetable garden.
I don't have a wish list right now - I need to see how this season goes.
BUT some of you might have needs and surplus right now you can share with each other.
Maybe this process should be organic where people post and share and make arrangements between themselves rather than create a centralized hub for seeds. Maybe this post can be the centralized hub.
What do y'all think?