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9 Cool Catalogs for Permaculture

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Dawgus:
 We've been using Seeds Of Change for the past few yhears and are very happy with them. All seeds are certified organic, and most are heirloom varieties. I love that their seed packets themselves are actualllu biodegradable.
http://www.seedsofchange.com/

msgrubbyfungus:
I would like to recommend Bob Wells nursery (http://www.bobwellsnursery.com/) for fruit trees and berries. I’d especially like to recommend him to folks in the North Central and East Texas areas as I think his selection of trees and growing conditions work well for our climate and soil conditions.

I ordered several trees and berries (both bare root and container grown) from Bob last week via email and the whole process was one of the easiest ordering experiences I’ve had in years. I live in the Fort Worth area and Bob’s nursery is located in Lindale, Texas so I took a day out earlier this week to drive over and pick up my plants. The plants are all beautiful and Bob was a pleasure to meet; he invited me to look around his operation, shook my hand and thanked me for business on a couple of occasions. I’m not and “old timer” by any stretch but I left feeling like I truly was a valued customer and thinking “this is how business should be done”.

Sweethearts Mom:
I got my Norse Farms catalog and i have a problem with any plant that has a patent. All of their plants have them which to me says they could be GM?

ebonearth:
One to add: Ecology Action's Bountiful Gardens.

zackandjen2004:
 Edible Landscaping charges $2 for their catalog.  (http://ediblelandscaping.com/catalogue.php)  I have the 2006-07 one in my reference library.

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