Permaculture vegetables for sale

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  1. Tulugaq

    Tulugaq Junior Member

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    I sell a small variety of permaculture vegetables (mostly perennial vegetables with multiple uses and some heirloom vegetable seeds) through the post. I can not post to Tasmania or WA due to domestic quarantine.

    Perennial vegetables
    Everlasting onion $5.50
    Perennial leek $3
    Giant Russian garlic $2.50
    Jerusalem artichoke $2
    Garlic chives $2
    White potato onion $3 (very limited numbers left)
    Tree onion $3
    Chinese water chestnut $2
    Duck potato $3 (very limited numbers left)
    Non-flowering sorrel $6 (low numbers left)

    Heirloom vegetable seed packets $3.50 per packet
    Glass bead corn - 50 seeds
    Mini blue popcorn - 20 seeds
    Golden podded snowpea - 20 seeds
    Yellow pear tomato - 20 seeds
    Reisetomate tomato - 20 seeds
    Tomatillo "purple" - 20 seeds
    Broad bean aquadulce - 20 seeds
    Jam melon - red seeded citron - 20 seeds

    Herbs
    comfrey root cuttings $1
    pineapple sage $6 (low numbers left)
    common spear mint $6 (low numbers left)
     
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    eco4560 New Member

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    I gather you are in Aus? Which state?
     
  3. Tulugaq

    Tulugaq Junior Member

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    I should have said that I am in Australia, I am in NSW.

    These are plants that I have used in my garden for the past few years, they are all highly productive for me. I thought that perhaps some people here may find them useful. I know that I would be at a loss without them.
     
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    Thanks Tulugaq - people often pop up asking for things like comfrey so hopefully you'll get some interest. Have you list on an online selling forum like Gumtree as well?
     
  6. Stephy

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    I received your Delivery Tulugaq - Thank you so much !

    I have setup my water chest nut bog in a clam shell sand pit

    AND

    Planted Jerusalem artichoke in pure aged horse manure.

    Really appreciate the prices, and the extras! I have been looking around for some of these perennials for some time.

    Let me know when you have Lacy Lady pea

    Thank you.
     

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