Southeastern, PAUSA 19397
July 27, 2013
Googled permaculture in the Philly area,
The nursery is located on 6 acres. The buildings, greenhouses and driveway take up about 1-1.5 acres the rest is grass, bog areas that get mowed, and marginal woodlands. I would like to be able to produce food and herbs for myself and preferably sell some of the harvest. I have a lot of spare greenhouse space for growing topical produce. But being on the edge if a state park, I would like to provide a haven for the native plants and animals more than anything. I managed 6.5 acres of CREP land in southern York County for 7 years since i started high school. I have very little knowledge in permaculture though so any and all info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Karl Deibert
Hello. I just moved to the Quakertown, Pa area. I am and avid gardener specializing in orchids, natives, edibles and, medicinals. I work at Parkside Orchid Nursery just east of Nockamixon State park off 611.