My Ongoing List of Plants for the New Garden

This list is for me to add to over time as I collect or think of plants to add to the New Garden
D – Deciduous



Food Forest Plants

Tamarillo
Babaco 
Thornless Youngberry (Mainly as a forage crop for the kids)
Thornless Blackberry (Same as above)
Youngberry (plenty of thorns but a good producer)
Fig (Green) D
Fig (Striped) D
Mulberry (M. macroura ‘Shatoot’) D – smaller growing mulberry tree with long white fruit. It is said to be the best mulberry for home gardens as it is a small tree which does not produce fruit that stains. It is native to India, Pakistan, southern China and Sri Lanka. This variety is on my wishlist.
Cherimoya 
Roseapple – Syzygium
Capulin Cherry  – Prunus salicifolia 
Jelly Palm – Butia capitate 
Cavendish Banana 

Lady Finger Banana
Avocado
Passionfruit – Black
Passionfruit – Banana
Choko – Green
Choko –  White
Guava
Grape – Dark (currently growing, will need propagating)
Grape – White
Grape – Sultana
Grapes – Currant (rescued cuttings, variety still to be confirmed

Concord Grapes
Loquat 

Lower storey Food Forest
Turmeric
Cardomom
Galangal
Borage
Comfrey 
Lemongrass
Yacon
Strawberries

Fruit Trees for Swales
Apricot  D (Grown from seed from a local tree, produces small but tasty fruits)
Lemon – Eureka – on my wishlist
Apple –
Apple –
Apple – Golden Blush – on the wishlist.
Persimmon – Fuyu 
Tahitian Lime – to replace the current one we have
Blood Orange – on the wishlist.
Washington Navel Orange – on the wishlist
Imperial Mandarin – on the wishlist

Pioneer Plants
Tagesaste 
Tagetes marigolds 
Nasturtium 

Herbs
Oregano
Lavendar
Fishmint
Salad Burnet
Mints – various in pots
Basil
Coriander
Dill
Bergamot

Insect Attractors & Bee Pasturage
Buddleja – trimmed to produce a profusion of flowers as butterfly feeder 
Milkweed – interplanted amongst other plants to attract butterflies and nurture caterpillars esp. Monarch
Buckwheat
Salvia
Cosmos
Valerian
Echinacea
Carrot
Dill
Coriander
Borage
Comfrey
Bronze Fennel

 

HAZELNUT DUO BUTLER & HALLS GIANT

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