September 10, 2013
How to Survive: Stock Useful Plants At Your Bug-Out Site - 0
by Tim MacWelch
Your bug-out site can be a lot of things. It can be an emergency location to shelter you during a crisis. It can be a favorite hunting and trapping spot that you know well and can return to when things fall apart.
This site can also be a self-sustaining “garden,” if you plant the right trees, shrubs, and perennial plants there long before you need them. The following long-lived plants and trees can look after themselves once they are established on a piece of property.
Other Useful Plants
Do you have a bug-out-site? How about multiple sites? Have you planted useful trees, shrubs, herbs, or vines at the site? Please share your thoughts in the comments so we can educate each other about this ultimate “victory garden.”
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