Nicole Alderman wrote:
Thimbleberry (Rubus parviflorus): Fruits in part shade
William Bronson wrote: How about the chokeberry?
A "superfood" that is expensive to buy, they seem good for this list.
I went to Growing Value Permaculture Nursery in Cincinnati looking for nitrogen fixing shrubbery, and I found them, but my wife found the Aronia.
She liked that they don't mind standing in water.
We have that at our yarden, so we bought two for the yarden, but I've not had time to plant them (I'll need a pick axe,such is the soil).
They are sitting in the shade,in a dishpan of water, visibly thriving!
James Landreth wrote:What do you think about larger food producing trees on a wet site? I've heard that American persimmons, black walnuts, and apples grafted onto pacific crabapple can do ok depending on the site