Sara Carver

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Nurse practitioner who found time off, got into gardening on my new property, learned about Permaculture, found herbal medicine spoke to me, growing medicinal herbs is the path, in school now to be a master clinical herbalist, future plans are to incorporate medicine and herbs and sustainability into budding reinvention of myself. Starting my homestead solely and slowly. Friend to animals.
Flagler Beach, Florida
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Hi,

I’m a complete novice but I do agree with the berms and swale idea. I’ve got some other plant options that may work. Swamp Mayhaw tree and Pawpaws (need lots of water), Herbs - mint, motherwort, marshmallow, and comfrey of course….it’s  usually in the name so think about that too! Ie Marsh - mallow. Also, I’m sure you know this too but the larger the leaves the more water needs (like banana and Pawpaw). Hope I added something. I live in Flagler beach btw.
2 months ago
Short and sweet - In my research in the last couple years in Florida which is a hot spot for the country moving to, is ranging about $10,000 per acre - and that is lots to homes on land (averaged for land value - excluding home conditions).
2 months ago
Ok, These are great, but I always wondered how to not let the stream go which ever way it wanted to while squatting. Now I SEE that they look like they are actually spreading their labia (sorry if tmi...I am a nurse) - and you know what guys do hold their penis while peeing to direct it - so what's the big deal I guess?! You're gonna clean your hands after anyways/hopefully lol. Ok so spread the labia to guide the stream!! I learned something.
Hi everyone,

See my YouTube link for my video and pics of my new property. I couldn’t add attachments in the actual post as it is not Mac/iPhone friendly. I’m happy to listen to your observations!





Thanks!
2 months ago
Perennial Permaculture- flows nice and is more professional sounding
2 months ago
Ok, thanks for your help! I will patiently wait for winter!
2 months ago
I live in central Florida and the bark and tree looks like this-
2 months ago
Not the best options since the squirrels get to them as soon as they fall!
2 months ago
Can you tap any Hickory species? I know I have the green nuts all over my yard but am not sure the exact type yet. I would like to tap them this winter.
2 months ago