Wild Planting Bare-Root Edibles

About a dozen species of common fruit trees along with grape, artichoke and rhubarb will be planted bare root, throughout diverse riparian conditions. With soils ranging from extremely sandy, to extremely fertile loams. All plantings were inoculated with mycorrhizae, and no fertilizers or compost were added to the planting hole. Mid-season, most plantings will receive top dressings of green manures, and some form of mulch (stone, living, cardboard, wood, herbaceous…)

GRAFTED FRUIT TREES
Castanea sativa – Nevada chestnut
Castanea sativa – Colossal chestnut
Cydonia oblonga – Pineapple quince
Cydonia oblonga – Smyrna quince
Diospyros kaki – Hachiya persimmon
Malus pumila – Ashmead’s Kernel apple
Morus macroura – Pakistan mulberry
Prunus avium – Stella cherry
Prunus avium – Lapins cherry
Prunus avium – Bing cherry
Prunus avium – Bing cherry
Prunus avium – (multi-graft) cherry
Prunus armeniaca – Chinese apricot
Prunus armeniaca – Royal Blenheim apricot
Prunus armeniaca – Tilton apricot
Prunus persica – JH Hale peach
Prunus persica – Arctic Glo nectarine
Prunus americana – Golden Nectar plum
Prunus americana – Santa Rosa plum
Pyrus communis – Bosc pear
Ziziphus jujuba – Shanxi li jujube

GRAPE VINES
Vitis vinifera – Summer Muscat grape
Vitis vinifera – Red Globe grape
Vitis vinifera – Ruby grape
Vitis vinifera – Black Manouka grape

COMMON VEGETABLES
Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus – Globe artichoke
Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus – Globe artichoke
Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus – Globe artichoke
Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus – Globe artichoke
Rheum rhabarbarum – Victoria rhubarb
Rheum rhabarbarum – Victoria rhubarb

 

JUNE 22 UPDATES

 

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