Permaculture Plants: A Selection

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Chelsea Green Publishing, 2004 - Gardening - 160 pages
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This is an easy-to-use guide to selecting hundreds of perennial species. It is indispensable for growers and designers working in subtropical and warm temperate/arid climates, and also includes some cool-climate tolerant species. Permaculture Plants: A Selection details hundreds of common and unusual edible, medicinal, and useful plants.

  

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Contents

Contents
25
PAWPAW Asimina triIoba
71
HACKBERRY Celtis Australis
77
UTILITY LISTS
111
WATER PLANTS
121
DIFFICULT SITES
127
INDEX
139
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About the author (2004)

Julia Boniface moved to Nannup, Western Australia, in 1989, after completing a degree in agriculture at London University. She holds a certificate in permaculture design, and now works as a permaculture designer and lecturer with SARI.

Jeff Nugent was born in Perth, Western Australia, and moved to Nannup in 1975. He is a founding member of the Sustainable Agricultural Research Institute (SARI). He holds a degree in permaculture.

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