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Brenda Groth
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I received a personal message asking for a plant list of what is growing on our property here..so here is a plant list..it is also available on my blog.
Some varieties are not listed and it is NOT complete..(just off the top of my  head).

Plant list for Restful Trails Food Forest Gardens

Quaking Aspen
White Oak
Red Maple
Alder
Amur Maple
Shagbark Maple
Threadleaf Japanese Maple
Bloodgood Maple
White Ash
Dwarf North Star Cherry (2)
Bing Cherry (2)
Canadian Ornamental Redleaf Cherry
Wild Cherry
5 on 1 Dwarf Pear with Bartlett, Keiffer, Moonglow, Orient and Ayers
Dwarf Ayers Pear (2)
Bartlett Pear
Buerre Bosc Pear
Red Anjou Pear
Moonglow Pear
5 on 1 Dwarf apple tree with Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, Dark Red Jonathon, Yates and Winesap
Collonade Crimson Spire apple tree (2)
Collonade Crab apple
Sweet 16 apple Tree
Royal Gala apple Tree
Braeburn Apple Tree
Snow Apple Tree
3 full size seedling apple trees from apples (no I D)
Fingerlakes Peach S H Dwarf
Reliance Peach Dwarf
Contender Peach Dwarf
(root stock from two Reliance peach where grafts died)
Dwarf Fruit cocktail Tree with 6 varieties of nectarines, peaches, plums and apricots (no I D)
Apricot Tree
Mount Royal Plum (2)
6 wild plum
Paw Paw
Elderberries (4 varieties incl wild John, Adams, Black)
Creeping wintergreen
Strawberry
Wild Strawberry
Strazzberry
Candice Seedless Grapes
Reliance Seedless Grapes
100 plus year old Concord grapes
Interlaken Seedless Grapes
Mars Seedless Grapes
Remaily Seedless Grapes
9 varieties of Blueberries including Elliott, Blueray, Bluejay, Coville, Earliblue, Northland, Patriot
Wild Raspberries
Prime Jan Blackberries
Wild Blackberries
Wild Black Currant
Black Mulberry
Service Berry
Mountain Ash
Goumi
Russian Olive
Autumn Olive
Hydrangea (many varieties)
Viburnum (many varieties)
Mock Orange
Lilac (many varieties)
Honeysuckle (Freedom and others)
Forsythia
Willow (many varieties including weeping and wild)
Cotinus Smoke bush (Red leaf)
Barberry (several red leaf and gold leaf varieities)
Spirea (several different spireas)
Euonymus (several variegated)
Variegated (white edge) Dogwood
Wild dogwood
Juniper (several varieties)
Chamaecyparis (several varieties gold mop and others)
Arborvitae (several Varieties)
Blue spruce
White Spruce
Black spruce
Black Hills Spruce
Alberta spruce
Canadian Hemlock
White Pine
Austrian Pine
Jack Pine
Scots Pine
Red Pine
Eastern Red Cedar
Hardy Pecan
Sweet Chestnut
Dwarf American Hazelnut (6)
Halls Hardy Almond
Stark Bountiful Butternut
Mammoth Hickory
Carpathian English Walnut
Stark Kwik Krop Black Walnut
Bearberry
Hawthorn Large Fruited



Raspberries Heritage, Fallgold, Killarney, Black Logan

Columbines (many varieties)
Butterfly flower
Love Lies Bleeding Amaranth
Cosmos
Many varieities of Roses including wild and others..some listed are Purple Pavement,  Nearly Wild, Climbing America, Tropicana, Gold Showers, and many others)
Morning glories (4 varieties including Carnivale de Venezia and Raffles)
Russel Lupines
Baptisia
Water Lily (several varieties)
Lobelia
Pickeral Weed
Anthemis
Comfrey
Gaillardia
Purple coneflower
Artemesia
Foxglove
H Geranium (many varieties)
Sweet William
Sweet Pea
Peony
Rhododendron
Russian Sage
Veronica
Salvia
Delphenium
Mallow
Sidalcea
Hollyhock
Hibiscus
Lythrum
Liatris
Poppies (several kinds)
Daffodills
Crocus
Creeping thyme
Sedums (many kinds)
Oregano
Marjaram
Lychnis (white and pink)
Lambs Ears
Daylillies (hundereds of varieties)
Bearded and other iris (hundreds of varieities)
Hosta (several varieties)
Solomons Seal
Ferns (several types)
Monkshood
Goatsbeard
Filipendula
Spiderwort
Helianthus
Baby’s breath
Lilies (several types)
Balloon Flowers
Blue  Globe Thistles
Gaura
Vinca
Ivy
Ajuga
Ornamental Grasses (several different varieties)
Crocosmia
Chlocicium
Dames Rocket
Lunaria
Creeping Phlox
Tall Phlox
Carnations
Speedwell
Forget me not
Johnney Jump Up
Violets (many colors)

Clematis (several varieties)
Woodbine vine (regular and variegated)
Honeysuckle vine
Bittersweet Vine
Wild Fox Grapes
Wisteria
Trumpet flower vine

Jerusalem Artichokes
Multiplier Onions
Asparagus (several varieities)
Rhubarb
Horseradish
Fennel
Tarragon
Caraway
Dill (fernleaf)
Marigold
Summer Savory
Garlic Chives
Common chives
Anise
Lemon Balm

Annual Vegetables Grown this year:
Cauliflower
Onion
Pumpkins
Summer Squash
Zucchini
Tomatoes
Hot Peppers
Cucumbers
Potatoes
Sweet corn
Carrots
Winter Squash
Watermelon
Cantaloupe
Mesclun
Kale
Lettuces
Mustards
Peas
Snap peas
Collards
Cabbages (several varieties)
Swiss Chard
Spinach
Nasturtium
Kohlrabi (purple and white)
Basil
Mustard/Spinach
Pak Choi
Radish
Beets


Wildflowers such as:
Thistle
Milkweed
Queen Annes Lace
Goldenrod
Oxeye Daisy
Black eyed susan
Plantain
Dandilion
Clovers
Rushes
Buttercups



Wild food plants such as:
Sorrel
Lambsquarters
Cattails
Fungi (several varieties including inky caps and morels)





 
                        
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