Permaculture Plants Master List

This is just a plain list with yield and time until maturity, included. The species are listed in general order of value to me. I need to be careful because some of the lesser known plants could be invasive. 

 

Annual Vegetables 

  1. Bush beans – 1 lb, 50 days
  2. Pole beans – 2 lbs, 60-70 days
  3. Potatoes – 5 lbs, 60-75 days
  4. Corn – 1 to 3 lbs,  60 – 100 days
  5. Spinach – 1.5 lbs per ft2,  40 – 52 days
  6. Swiss chard – 1.2 lbs per ft2, 50 – 60 days
  7. Kale – .5 lbs per ft2, 50 – 65 days
  8. Broccoli – .4 to .6 per ft2, 60-75 days
  9. Mesclun mix 
  10. Leaf Lettuce
  11. Bell peppers
  12. Butternut squash
  13. Zucchini
  14. Cucumber
  15. Alfalfa sprouts (super nutritious)
  16. Mustard greens
  17. Garlic
  18. Onions
  19. Arugula 
  20. Brussel sprouts
  21. Eggplant
  22. Carrots – store well?
  23. Roman cauliflower (cool looking)
  24. Celery
  25. Cabbage
  26. Amaranth (red is cool) (edible leaves)
  27. Quinoa
  28. Millet
  29. Wheat 
  30. Okra
  31. Taro

 

Perennial Vegetables

  1. Asparagus
  2. Sorrel – red veined looks cool
  3. Artichoke
  4. Lambs quarters
  5. Tree collards –Tree collard/kale hybrid
  6. Sea Kale
  7. Regular Kale
  8. New Zealand Spinach
  9. Turkish rocket – could be invasive
  10. Sunchoke – could be invasive

 

Annual Fruits

  1. Tomatoes – 10 lbs, 90 days
  2. Tomatillo
  3. Cantaloupe
  4. Honeydew
  5. Watermelon
  6. Pineapple (propagation)

 

Bushes/vines fruit

  1. Blackberry
  2. Raspberry (red and gold)
  3. Strawberries
  4. Goji berry
  5. Grapes
  6. Blueberry
  7. Nanking Cherry
  8. Elderberry (red and black)
  9. Currant (red and black)
  10. Hardy kiwi
  11. Chokeberry
  12. Highbush cranberry
  13. Dragon fruit
  14. Gooseberry

 

 

 

Trees

  1. Apple
  2. Peach
  3. Sea berry
  4. American and Chinese Chestnut
  5. Nectarine
  6. Apricot
  7. Fig
  8. Walnut
  9. Sweet cherry
  10. Cornelian Cherry
  11. Plum
  12. Downy serviceberry
  13. Korean nut pine

 

Medicinal/Herbs

  1. Common flax
  2. Red/purple/green basil
  3. Lemon mint
  4. Oregano 
  5. Ginger
  6. Ginseng 

 

Fertilizers/Green manure

  1. Comfrey 
  2. Alfalfa
  3. Crimson Clover
  4. White clover
  5. Red clover
  6. Turnips
  7. Chicory
  8. Winter Rye
  9. Daikon Radish
  10. Lupine

 

Mushrooms

  1. Shiitake
  2. Reishi
  3. Lion’s mane
  4. Cremini

 

 

Beneficial Insect Flowers

  1. California poppy 
  2. Arroyo Lupine 
  3. Bee balm
  4. Nasturtiums – seeds, flowers, leaves are all edible (pretty)
  5. Poppy
  6. Cosmos
  7. Hydrangea
  8. Lavender
  9. Violas- edible flowers
  10. Marigolds- edible flowers
  11. Goldenrod
  12. Sunflower – edible seeds

 

raspberries-on-bush.jpg

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PRUNUS-TOM.-EDIBLE-HEDGE

https://bonnieplants.com/library/how-much-do-i-plant/

http://www.growingvegetablegardens.com/planHowMany.html

http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/pest-control/plants-to-attract-beneficial-insects-zl0z1005zvau.aspx

http://tcpermaculture.com/site/2014/02/12/permaculture-plants-turkish-rocket/

http://tcpermaculture.com/site/2013/11/13/permaculture-plants-pine-trees-for-pine-nuts/

http://subsistencepatternfoodgarden.blogspot.com/2009/10/growing-flax.html

http://awaytogarden.com/raspberries-gooseberries-lee-reich/

PERMACULTURE IMAGE DUMP: http://imgur.com/a/aTPS8

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