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We specialize in bare root fruit trees, nut trees, berries, fruiting vines, native plants, nitrogen fixers, and other perennial permaculture plants.  We select the varieties we grow for disease resistance (in our humid climate in the Arkansas Ozarks), flavor, overall variety in our diet, and hardiness to zone 7 or colder.

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Your website looks amazing! I like that you have some really reasonably priced plants, like the American Plum seedling.



I've had terrible luck growing plums, probably due to it being so damp on my property (I'm on a north-facing slope surrounded by trees and wetlands. We have soaking dew all year round.) Do you think this plum tree would do well in my microclimate here in the Pacific Northwest?
 
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Hi, Derek! What a great offer - thank you! The site looks great, too - I can't wait to order! How do we claim our PIE discount?
 
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Carla Burke wrote:Hi, Derek! What a great offer - thank you! The site looks great, too - I can't wait to order! How do we claim our PIE discount?



I'll be making a special thread for Derek in PIE Only that will feature the coupon code! (I was going to get it done last night, but life got busy!)
 
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What is PIE?
 
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Elaine Singer wrote:What is PIE?


PIE is a great way to get some very cool features and discounts, by supporting permies.com, in a fun, affordable way - each slice is good for a whole month of benefits. You can buy PIE one slice at a time, for $3.00, or buy entire PIEs for as little as $1.04 (if you buy a dozen PIEs). There's even a button you can click to automatically buy more.
Here's the page link, with a better explanation, an links to specific details: https://permies.com/forums/pie/list
 
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I like your plants and trees but see that they are selected for humid climates like the Ozarks.  I live in northern calif where it's very dry except for short periods in winter when we get deluged with rain and/or snow.  Will these plants do well in such climates?    thanks
 
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Denise Cares wrote: I like your plants and trees but see that they are selected for humid climates like the Ozarks.  I live in northern calif where it's very dry except for short periods in winter when we get deluged with rain and/or snow.  Will these plants do well in such climates?    thanks



It's going to vary based on the specific plant and you exact location but in general if you're in a drier area, but can still irrigate, you're going to have fewer disease issues than in a hot humid climate.
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:Your website looks amazing! I like that you have some really reasonably priced plants, like the American Plum seedling.

I've had terrible luck growing plums, probably due to it being so damp on my property (I'm on a north-facing slope surrounded by trees and wetlands. We have soaking dew all year round.) Do you think this plum tree would do well in my microclimate here in the Pacific Northwest?



Nicole.

Stone fruit (peach, plum, almonds) struggle in humid climates.  That said this native plum seedling should do much better than the more susceptible domesticated European varieties.  

 
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