The Arrival of the Perennials

The shipment I have been waiting for since December finally arrived today!  This is what

DSC_0363 will become my very first perennial garden.  I have ended up with a total of 10 plants to trial this year and see what works well and what doesn’t.  What tastes good and what doesn’t.  What I need to buy more of and what spreads all by itself.  All the information that I will need to know when we have our own piece of land and I can plant my food forest.

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