Resilience Design offers a carefully curated selection of plants and seeds including edible landscaping plants and native pollinator flowers. These multi-functional plants are grown in Mulysa’s North Portland micro-nursery or sourced from sustainable local growers. Plants are for sale at special events, or order via phone/email or make appointment to shop.
Open by Appointment Fall 2017
Next plant sale: ~Spring 2018 ~ Sign up on the Resilience Design mailing list to receive notifications about events and sales.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-956-0152.
Browse the plant and seed catalog HERE.
Please note quantities are limited and availability changes weekly.
How to pay. Cash, check or credit/debit are accepted. Once you get a confirmation of your order, you can mail a check or pay online.
Create an abundant food forest in your yard or just add a few fun fruit and berry bushes to your landscape. Order from a selection of hardy fruit trees, berry bushes and fruiting vines, perennial vegetables, native edibles, plus veggie and herb starts and seeds. Offerings include apples, persimmons, blueberries, rhubarb, kiwi and much more. We’ll also have beneficial insect/pollinator plants and mason bee houses for sale to help your edible landscape grow and produce well! For your permaculture project, we grow nitrogen-fixers, dynamic accumulators, medicinal plants, craft and dye plants and more.
The Plants and Seeds
The plants and seeds offered are a carefully chosen for their ease of growing in home gardens, in our area, using organic methods. Mulysa has chosen them for flavor, productivity, easy maintenance and ease of cooking and preserving in our home kitchens.
Safe and Healthy
All the plants are locally grown and are organic and/or Salmon Safe Certified. Most of the herbs, veggie starts and seeds are grown by Mulysa right in Overlook Neighborhood. All plants and seeds are non-GMO (they do not contain genetically modified organisms) and they are free of neonicotinoid chemicals (they are not treated with this nasty class of pesticides that harm bees, or any other kind of pesticide for that matter.)
Our micro-nursery is a low-carbon operation. We commute by bike when possible, are fanatic recyclers and support local vendors every time we can. Currently our soil mixes are peat-free, except for some seed starting mix which we’re working on a new solution for that, to protect fragile Canadian peat bog ecosystems that store carbon, purifies water and provide essential habitat.
Thank you for supporting a local and woman-owned business!