planting on public land
- Someone on one of these two egroups suggested plantinggardens in greenbelts or other public lands. My initialreaction was relevant to you having an identifiable as suchgarden that you work and claim as yours. (maybe permitswould be available.)But Alex Jones has made an interesting suggestion. Thatyou plant various non GMO fruit trees and I guess youcould add the kind of veggies that can run wild and reseed,in such public land spaces, because they will go on andbe of use eventually in future. To whoever. Should looklike irregular scattered mixed growth, not like somethingplanned and deliberate.Good idea. Just don't treat it as exclusively yours, thinkof it as aiding survival of those in the future who knowwhat kind of plants to look for to eat.Christinehttp://politicallyunclassifiable.blogspot.com
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Gaardenier" <gaardenier@...> wrote:
One of the last of the Prunus genus missing here, we are looking for is the Desert Peach or Prunus Andersonii. While it is true to seed, I start my search here, to add in my collection-addiction. Trades are possible also.
Maybe someone has a reliable source for seeds?
vriendelijke groeten, Kind Regards,
Leo Aerts, alias Gaardenier from Flanders - belgium