- I gotsome seeds from a korean woman that she calls sesame leaves. In spite of the name it´s not sesame. The leaves are very common Korea, They are big and tasty and used when making different kind of wrappers. It might be some kind of green perilla, but I´m not sure. They also use the leaves in kimchi, the famous korean dish. Hope any of you know more about this plant.lena-----Ursprungligt meddelande-----
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Ämne: [pfaf] Announcing a permaculture wiki project
The Permaculture wiki needs your help and contributions in building an
online, collaborative, evolving, free (in all senses) Permaculture
designers manual. Have a look at the work done so far (I've been
spending a bit of time trying to create a basic structure and pasting in
some content based on existing wikipedia articles (manily ones I
originally wrote or contributed significantly to) and other open-source
documents just to get the ball rolling), but check it out and see what
you can do at
Personally I think there's some huge potential here...
Cheers Graham Burnett