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  • There's been much said about apple trees and rhododendrons being jugalone repulsive. Tell that to the macintosh apple tree and rhododendron happily growing as understory to a 66 yr old English black walnut which just put out the heaviest crop of walnuts ever, so much so the crop broke two branches. They didn't read that memo, it seems. ;) --- In pfaf@^$1, david.keltie@^$2.. wrote...
    nerdnooky Nov 30, 2009
  • will trade you some sturdy english black walnut seeds for some walking onion bulbs, if interested! --- In pfaf@^$1, listenstohorses wrote: > > Hello all, I have been reading but active till now. > > I am in zone 5 and am starting from scratch. We just bought this place and I am planning my guilds. > > They are centered around what I have and what I have on order for being my number...
    nerdnooky Nov 30, 2009
  • You make rather interesting comparisons. On one hand you're saying that one shouldn't consider permaculture guilds jigsaw puzzle pieces--a game. Yet you say in the next paragraph that you think of guilds as a pokemon...game, with individual characteristics. Hmm.... methinks you're either pulling our collective neophite legs, or, you're of the same mind as we are, i.e., guilds are...
    nerdnooky Nov 30, 2009
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  • anyone have any lists of helpful plant guilds for zone 5-6, seacoast? They are strangely missing from the internet's permaculture sites. Hmmm.... however, there's plenty of permaculture sites that are more than willing to sell you such info. Seems even this movement is going Madison Avenue. Sigh. Well, so much for the planet.
    nerdnooky Nov 30, 2009
  • Anybody have any leads on property in Upstate Michigan? South facing sloped, pond or lake rights, 50+ acres, wooded/cleared, cheap? Sigh. --- In pfaf@^$1, "ryborgryborg268" wrote: > > > Nice sunsets
    nerdnooky Nov 12, 2009
  • Best way to germinate tropicals is by poly bag on top the fridge. This never lets me down. Stevia doesn't need light until germination, but it does need warmth. --- In pfaf@^$1, matthew@^$2.. wrote: > > If you can find a source for good quality plants, Stevia is usually (and much more easily) propagated from cuttings. > > Seed viability is usually very low (look for the fatter...
    nerdnooky Oct 20, 2009
  • > On Sep 23, 2009, at 6:11 AM, Richard Knott wrote: > The Ferns were planning to move abroad. Did that happen and if so is > > anyone looking after the site now? Anyone also know what area they were to be moving to?
    nerdnooky Oct 8, 2009
  • http://blogs.plantsforafuture.org.uk/2008/03/research-work-including-comprehensive.html
    nerdnooky Oct 8, 2009
  • Well, aren't you special! Good for you! Me, too. On another note, someone mentioned not calling "weeds" weeds, because of the negative connotation. There's really few plants that are not useful for anything. Came across an interesting re-ID. "Field herbs". Works for me! --- In pfaf@^$1, mIEKAL aND wrote: > > It works for me. > > On Sep 23, 2009, at 6:11 AM, Richard Knott wrote...
    nerdnooky Sep 26, 2009
  • ...Apache/2 Server at www.ibiblio. org Port 80 > > --- In pfaf@^$4 com, "nerdnooky" wrote: > > > > PFAF database site is not working again. > >
    nerdnooky Sep 26, 2009