Permaculture Literacy – HHA

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  • Elena Miranda says:

    Thanks for sharing! My boyfriend & I both watch these videos, & we are a young couple who are still renting, but making the best out of it! it’s inspiring to know that you guys started out like us, renting & now have a spacious land to put your beautiful plants in the ground! I get a little fearful when thinking about starting perennials & the thought of leaving them behind… & then starting over again when we move.. but now I can see that we can tke them with us!

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  • Aimee Vincent says:

    Thanks so much for the tour.
    I was hoping you would take us outside for a little hands-on look!

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  • Molly Bouffard says:

    Wonderful video and so inspiring. What zone was this garden planted in? Thank you!

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    • Jesscy says:

      {HHA Coach} Hey Molly! I’m sure 100% but it’s located in the northern part of Cali in the Sierra mountain range. It can vary from 6-10 in zone! 🙂

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  • Lorraine Ciccarelli says:

    Love this section. I’m looking to specialize in horticulture and gardening… so I really enjoyed this…
    also.. Could you say you got barraged by borage?
    ha.
    ha.
    okay. thanks again!

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  • Patrick Sant says:

    Really enjoyed this lesson, Loved the tour as really open my eyes to the speed, patients and planning needed for our future. Thank you

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  • Miel Dubielewicz says:

    This was a great lesson and thanks so much for the tour! It makes it more ‘real’ in my mind as to what we can do with our land:) Love the idea about plants as gifts too!

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  • Sophie Craggs says:

    thanks for the tour!! love your videos 🙂

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  • Asha Veerapaneni says:

    Sorry if I am repeating the same question. Thank you for the tour. Does the perennial list apply for Zone 6-7? Some of them look suitable for CA weather. If so, what is the good source to get perennial information at the zone level?

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  • Tiffani Beckman-McNeil says:

    When you say yams, do you mean actual yams or do you mean sweet potatoes? they are very different and what supermarkets call yams is not actual yams, just a different type of sweet potato 🙂
    https://www.thespruceeats.com/sweet-potatoes-vs-yams-1808067

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  • Heather Ward says:

    typo- New Zealnad vs New Zealand. 🙂

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  • Jessa Lussier says:

    love seeing the lambs ear that stuff is great, when we hike or camp, and we see it out on the trails, we use it as toilet paper. Weird, I know, but it’s a great ground cover as well as useful for other things!

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  • Terry Nguy-Chang says:

    Love this! The garden tour was very inspirational and gave me lots of ideas. Thanks!

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  • Lee Raynor says:

    Thanks so much for taking me on a tour of your garden, it was awesome to see a permaculture garden in action.
    I also liked hearing about starting off with just a few trees and asking for them as holiday gifts!

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