Species Master List

Northeast Perennial Garden:

  • Asparagus
  • Current
  • Strawberry
  • Raspberry
  • Tomato
  • Wild Ginger
  • Siberian Peashrub
  • Marigold
  • Echinacea

South Edge Fruit and Nut trees:

Spring (1yr)

Plant Apple tree seed–Liberty cultivar

Plant supporting Guild for Apple tree
  • Garlic-Dynamic accumulator
  • Leeks-
  • South wood- Pest control
  • Clover- Provides humid micro-climate benefits by stabilizing their moisture, fixes nitrogen, create compost
Plant Paw Paw
Plant supporting guild for Paw Paw
  • Spearmint- Reduces root competition
  • Marigolds-Assist in pest control,Human food, Reduces root competition
  • Comfrey- dynamic accumulator/phosphorus/calcium

North and Northwest Sound and Visual Barrier:

  • Tulips
  • Arborvitaes
  • Boxwood
  • Blackberries
  • Boisonberries
  • Rasberries
  • Hollyhawks

Front Walkway and surrounding porch:

Herbs to line the Porch (all the herbs in this guild are fruitful except in the dormant season)

  • Basil (repels flies and mosquitoes and attracts bees – helps oregano)

• Thai

• Purple

  • Cilantro (repels aphids, spider mites and potato beetles)
  • Dill (repels aphids, spider mites squash bugs, and cabbage looper)
  • Oregano (repels aphids)
  • Parsley (helps basil)
  • Garlic

Edible wild-flowers for the walk-way and around the porch on the ground (the wild-flowers in this guild are fruitful except during the dormant season)

  • Dutchmans Breeches
  • Jack in the pulpit
  • Trillium
  • Trout lily
  • Violets
            • Birdfoot
            • Yellow
            • Common Blue
  • Bluebells
  • Wild Ginger
  • Dog tooth lily

North-side Berm:

  • Native wild-flowers
  • Straw flower
  • Comfrey
  • Rhubarb
  • Strawberries

Rain gardens:

  • prairie species that can withstand wet and dry conditions
  • Black-eyed susan
  • Blue-flag iris
  • Cardinal flower
  • White Turtlehead

Southern deer fence:

  • Sea buckthorn
  • Gooseberrry

Southeast buffer:

  • Tall red raspberry
  • sea buckthorn
  • gooseberry

Constructed Wetlands:

  • Cattail
  • Wet prairie grass/dynamic accumulators

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