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The Oikos Vision of Tree Crops Podcast

Enjoy this podcast I made with the folks at Partisan Gardens where we discuss edible acorns, tree crops and my personal experiences with growing plants. The Oikos Vision for Tree Crops Partisan Gardens September 2021  

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The Nursery is Closed-May 24th,2021

May 24th will be the last date of our nursery. I am retiring and closing the nursery. Oikos Tree Crops has been in existence since the early 1980’s.

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Remaining Inventory June 2021-Last Chance

This is our last list of inventory available at 50% off in wholesale lots. Order now for immediate shipment.

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20 Percent Off Tree Crops

20 Percent Off Russian Hawthorne, Northern Prairie Apricot, Hardy Orange and Black Mulberry

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The Thimbleberry: A Secret Revealed

The Secret of the Thimbleberry. A raspberry that produces a rich, vibrant red fruit is well known in northern Michigan.

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Wild Strawberries-Unstoppable in Flavor and Vigor

Wild strawberries are one of those fruits that seem just too tiny to collect. Once tasted it is impossible not to harvest.

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Beach Plums Without the Beach Newsletter

Growing beach plums is surprisingly an easy crop to grow even without a beach. It all started with a few plants from New Jersey.

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Edible Perennials: Shiawassee Sunchoke, Maypop, Wild Bean

Maypop, Wild Bean and Shiawassee Sunchoke are featured in this newsletter.

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The Oak: Our February Newsletter

This newsletter highlights oaks and the nut crops they produce along with those who helped us on our way to our oak plantings.

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The American Persimmon Moves North

The American persimmon with its high energy fruit can grow and fruit far north of its range with a little help from humankind.