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  • Perennial Peanut

    Perennial peanut is wonderful stuff. It''s a very effective living mulch, a nice-looking ground cover...and a great forage for most micro-livestock.

    This healthy sward is growing outside of Paul Olivier's place at Da Lat in Vietnam. I have some at my home on Macleay Island, too... but it's not nearly as healthy or prolific.

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    Ordered some, looking forward to integrate into the design

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    • #3
      I just updated the links on the wikipedia article for this plant. Looks interesting. Thanks for sharing, Gary.

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        Enduring shelled nut is utilised as a scavenge vegetable for touching, as a high esteem roughage trim and has been planted as a cover edit in citrus

























        Not how long, but how well you have lived is the main thing

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Henry View Post
          Enduring shelled nut is utilised as a scavenge vegetable for touching, as a high esteem roughage trim and has been planted as a cover edit in citrus

          Not how long, but how well you have lived is the main thing
          Struggling with your translation software, Henry? What is your native language?

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            I've dedicated a 2.4m x 1.2m (8' X 4') wicking bed to perennial peanut. This bed was originally planted out to runners which then grew into what you see in the photograph.

            Perennial peanut is good livestock fodder and a very effective ground cover for orchards. It would also make a great mini-pasture upon which to base a chicken tractor.

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