Neighborhood Perennials Project
The Neighborhood Perennials Project supplies (1) fruit and nut trees, (2) berry bushes, (3) perennial vegetable plants, and (4) pollinator-friendly perennial flowers for planting throughout Berea on private, public and institutional properties. In 2019, the NPP distributed more than 500 perennial plants to 40 households. We also provide training and ongoing support to help people properly care for and be good stewards of these plants.
If you are interested in “perennial agriculture,” we would like to get to know you and keep you in mind as we plan for fall 2020 and beyond.
Drop an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your full contact information and a couple of sentences about the site you have for planting and the perennials that are of most interest to you. Keep in mind that the optimal conditions for most fruit and nut-bearing trees/shrubs are full sun, well-drained soil, and enough space for the mature plant.