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Old 07-04-2012, 10:40 AM
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Look around your neighbourhood and see what's thriving in the environment. That should give you a good starting place.

Next consider a couple of fruit trees. I know people think they are too much work, but two or four, that you purposely keep short and small, like cherries or apples, are awesome once they start to produce for you. Plant them first, they will take a few years to get to fruiting, the time will fly by!

Please come back and tell us of your picks, gardeners love to hear such schemes!