Sonja Draven wrote:It's nice to see a singles / looking post from a regular poster rather than someone only on Permies for that purpose. Best wishes for finding your someone!
Sonja Draven wrote:Nice job! I think what you posted is helpful.
I suggest you might want to add something about what you are looking for besides geography and age so women can self select in or out for you?
Ruth Meyers wrote:Hi Ryan,
You have an impressive list there. I'd love to hear more about the sour oranges, persimmons and chestnuts. First, the where of source materials and then cultivation progress. KY State Extension passes out free seedlings every spring, but they are not clear about varieties and productivity. I planted persimmons and pecans they offered in 2013, but have had no blossom or fruit yet. I've got a trifoliate orange growing slowly from seed, but it just reached waist height. And what is this herb that helps with brain cell regeneration?
Laura VanAntwerp wrote:Slightly off topic, but Cerridwyn is my lady! Just dedicated this past Full Buck Moon ritual to her. Anyhow, best of luck in your endeavors. It sounds like you have an amazing operation that's coming to fruition.
May Moopai wrote:Hello Ryan
You post was very interesting. And though I’m not what you’re looking for, I’m very interested in the herb you you mentioned that regenerates brain cells. My daughter is severely autistic and non verbal. I’m always looking for organic ways to improve her situation. If you wouldn’t mind sharing this info or any info that could help me aid her I’d greatly appreciate it