Maarten Smet wrote:I am in zone 6 (South Ohio) with clay soil, I have had good success with:
- Comfrey (bocking 14) - dynamic accumulator
- jerusalem artichokes
- Egyptian walking onions
- sweet potato (ground cover)
Those 7 are very low-maintenance and resilient
Some others I am trying now:
Some I have not had success with:
Blueberries need acid soil to thrive but no matter what additive I provide, it does not seem to take off, instead I planted serviceberry this year, which alledgedly tastes similar, the jury is still out on these.
S Bengi wrote:Seaberry/goumi family
black berry subfamily
John Paulding wrote:Midwest Permaculture has some guilds
Vera Greutink wrote:I'm in the Netherlands, zone 7, but I think you should be able to grow most if not all of the plants I have in my apricot & peach guild.
Here's a little video we made about it, showing the plants and explaining their functions:
Hope that helps!
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