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

About Petit Paradis

I am on a journey with my family to transition as closely as practicable to a state of self-reliance in suburbia. I practice permaculture principles in our house, garden and community. We are on the southern coast of Western Australia. To our north is the rest of the world. To the south, Antarctica.
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