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What I’m Growing here on my Farm

 
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This is the list of what I started out with. I have lost a number of species due to drought and not being here and not getting stuff watered by my renter while I was gone. I went a wandering and trail riding across the west for 4 months....The last two months were brutally hot and it didn’t rain. I plan on replacing what was lost as well as adding some new stuff to the list so without further adieu....Need cuttings?



Ancient Harmony Farms is soon to come into fruition. Pun Intended. I have a lot of stuff to plant. Anyone need a job?
This is what I’m gonna be growing in my nursery;

Chinese (mormon) apricot
Puget Gold Apricot

Candice seedless grapes
Jupiter Seedless Blue Grapes
Agria Grapes
Niagra Grapes
Catabwa Grapes

Patriot Blueberry
Powder Blue Blueberry
Brightwell Blueberry
Titan Blueberry
Suziblue Blueberry
Bluesuade Blueberry
Blue Crop Blueberry
Baldwin Blueberry
Ira Blueberry
Onslow Blueberry
Bluebelle Blueberry
Centurion Blueberry
Tifblue Blueberry
Climax Blueberry
Yadkin Blueberry
Sharp Blue Blueberry
Legacy Blueberry
Gupton Blueberry
Beaufort Blueberry
Arlene Blueberry
Bluetta Blueberry

Apache Blackberry
Arapaho Blackberry

Gold Cherry
Montmorency Pie Cherry
Sam Cherry
Mazzard Cherry Rootstock
Black Tartarian Cherry

Tatiana Black Currant
Consort Black Currant

Mericrest Nectarine
Harko Nectarine

All in one Almond
Dessertiny Bounty Almond
Alenia Almond

Pawnee Northern Pecan
Kanza Northern Pecan

Saijo Asian Persimmon
Matsumotto Wase Fuyu Asian Persimmon
Fire Crystal Asian Persimmon
Leader American Persimmon
Nikita’ Gift American Persimmon
Yate’s Persimmon

Lang Jujube
Li Jujube
Coco Jujube
Sugarcane Jujube

Franquette Walnut
Chandler English Walnut
Cooke’s Giant English Walnut
Thomas Black Walnut

Korean Pine Nut

Kenworthy Butternut

Aromatnya Quince
Portugal Quince
Smyrna Quince

Monkey Puzzle tree

Red Mulberry
Illinois Everbearing Mulberry
Silk Hope Mulberry

Chinese edible Hawthorn

Chinese Chestnut

Juneberry; Serviceberry

Sea Buckthorn

Controlled cross selected hybrid Hazelnuts

Red and Golden Delicious Apples

6 types of peaches

GOJI BERRY (WOLFBERRY) (Lycium barbarum)

PHOENIX TEARS GOJI (WOLFBERRY) (Lycium barbarum)

CAROLINE EVERBEARING RASPBERRY (Rubus sp.)

CANBY THORNLESS RASPBERRY (Rubus sp.)

FALL GOLD EVERBEARING RASPBERRY (Rubus sp.)

MEEKER RASPBERRY (Rubus sp.)

KORSOR ELDERBERRY (Sambucus nigra)

HASCHBERG ELDERBERRY (Sambucus nigra)

NOVA ELDERBERRY (Sambucus canadensis)

SAMDAL ELDERBERRY (Sambucus

BLUE ELDERBERRY (Sambucus caerulea)

PILGRIM CRANBERRY (Vaccinium macrocarpum)

PURPLE ROSE AKEBIA (Akebia quinata)

SHIRO BANA AKEBIA (Akebia quinata)

EASTERN PRINCE CHINESE MAGNOLIA VINE (Schizandra chinensis)

BUFFALOBERRY (Shepherdia argentea)

CHERRY RED CURRANT (Ribes sativum)

CONSORT BLACK CURRANT (Ribes ussuriense)

MINAJ SMYRIOU BLACK CURRANT (Ribes nigrum)

CRANDALL BLACK CURRANT (Ribes odoratum)

GOLDEN CURRANT (Ribes aureum)

NSARARO ARONIA SEEDLINGS (Aronia melanocarpa)

MCKENZIE ARONIA (Aronia melanocarpa)

AUTUMN OLIVE (Elaeagnus umbellata)

INVICTA GOOSEBERRY (Ribes grossularia x)

JOSTABERRY (Black Currant)

JAHNS PRAIRIE GOOSEBERRY (Ribes hirtellum)

BLUE PAGODA (TM) HONEYBERRY (Lonicera caerulea)

BLUE SEA HONEYBERRY (Lonicera caerulea)

BLUE SKY HONEYBERRY (Lonicera caerulea var. edulis)

SWEET SCARLET GOUMI (Elaeagnus multiflora)

RED GEM (TM) GOUMI (Elaeagnus multiflora)

NSGMWHI GAL CARMINE GOUMI (Elaeagnus multiflora)

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Wow, that's an impressive nursery. I wish I could grow some of those, but my growing zone prevents me. Regardless, over the years I've managed to establish quite a list myself.

I've been establishing a homestead style farm. I've been 15 years at it so far, starting from scratch. So here's my list to date......

Resource items:
These items are intentionally planted and used for construction and firewood, except for the cotton of course. The farm came with eucalyptus and ohia trees already established.  
...cotton
...strawberry guava
...wild guava
...bamboo

Food trees:
These items have been intentionally planted.
...allspice
...apple
...avocado
...banaba
...bay leaf
...brazil plum
...chaya
...cinnamon
...clove
...coffee
...eggfruit
...finger lime
...guava, sweet
...grapefruit
...lemon
...lilikoi
...lime
...macadamia nut
...mamaki
...orange
...papaya
...peach
...persimmon
...pomelo
...orange
...surinam cherry
...tangelo
...tangerine
...tree tomato

Other foods:
...Asian greens
...asparagus
...basil
...beans
         cowpea, green, dry, lima, pigeon, winged, yardlong
...beets
...bok choy
...borage
...broccoli
...cabbage
...carrots
...catnip
...cauliflower
...celery
...chard
...Chinese cabbage
...chives
...cholesterol spinach
...cilantro
...comfrey
...corn
...cucumber
...daikon
...dandelion
...dill
...gourds
...ground cherry
...jicama
...kohlrabi
...leeks
...lettuce
...mints
...nasturtiums
...Okinawan spinach
...okra
...onions
...oregano
...parsley
...parsnip
...peas
...peppers
...pineapple
...pipinola (aka-chayote)
...potato
...pumpkin
...rosemary
...rutabaga
...sorghum
...spinach
...squash
...sugar cane
...sweet potato
...sunflower
...taro
...tomatillo
...tomato
...turmeric
...turnips
...watermelon
...yacon

Yeah, I'm missing things that I still hope to add. My farm is a work in progress and I slowly add new items each year as I figure out how to grow them here. But there are some things that I once grew but now don't, simply because we didn't eat them and they weren't a hot item for trading and selling. Things such as arugula, cardoon, collards, eggplant, hot peppers, kale, mustard, radishes.
 
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I forgot to mention I have about 15 varieties of bamboo too.
 
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Wow! Great set up! I'm definitely interested in getting some of the carmine goumi. I'll show the list to my hubby and see if there are others he might want. How do we go about purchasing these from you?
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