Front Lawn to Food Forest Nursery - $0 and incredibly rewarding!

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Plants mentioned in this video...
3:38 - start of plant list in order
White bunching shallot
Evie-2 Everbearing strawberry
Monarda Punctata or spotted bee balm
Bloody Dock
Buckhorn Plantain
Blue Hyssop
Yellow Horn Tree
Shiso (Perilla)
White Mulberry
Big Life Goji Berry
Autumn Olive
Carpathian Walnut
Blue Eye Jerusalem Artichoke
Marge Elderberry

6:38 - Ohio’s Treasure
MSU Female Hardy Kiwi
Schisandra Chinensis vine
Hablitzia or Caucasian Mountain Spinach
Bronze Fennel

Not listed in the video but also in this area... (in no particular order, and not comprehensive!)
Sea Kale
Turkish Rocket
Negi Japanese Perennial Bunching Onion
Sweet Cicely
Newberry raspberry
Hen and Chicks
3 varieties of Black Currant
3 varieties of dwarf sour cherry
Bud 118 apple rootstock stool beds
European pear root stock stool beds
Walking Onion
2 varieties of cultivar cranberries
Victoria Rhubarb
Curly Willow
Red Currants
Nero Aronia
Wild Aronia
Cultivar Hazelnuts
Nanking Cherry
Cornelian Cherry
Blue False Indigo Bush
Air Potato
3 varieties of raspberry

WSHEW! So much packed into a small space, all incredibly valuable, delicious, hardy and can be moved and sold or transplanted out, or whatever as needed...

Edible Acres is a full service permaculture nursery located in the Finger Lakes area of NY state. We grow all layers of perennial food forest systems and provide super hardy, edible, useful, medicinal, easy to propagate, perennial plants for sale locally or for shipping around the country…
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We also offer consultation and support in our region or remotely. http://www.edibleacres.org/services
Happy growing!

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