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Floral Survey of the La Casa Garden

August 13, 2004

Floral Survey of the La Casa Garden compiled in the fall of August 13, 2004

Bamboo

Phyllostachys sp “Evil Tree” Bamboo (’03)
Fargesia dracocephalus (’04)

Phyllostachys dulcis Giant Timber Bamboo (’04)
Phyllostachys vivax Golden Bamboo (’04)

Phyllostachys aureus
Phyllostachys aureosulcata (’04)
Phyllostachys N. Henon (’04)

Phyllostachys nuda (’04)

Copses

Curly Willow Salix sp
‘Flame’ Willow Salix sp

Herbatious

Alfalfa Medicago sativa

American Columbine Aquilegia canadensis
Anise-Hyssop Agastache foeniculum
Asparagus Asparagus officinalis

Catnip Nepata cataria
Chives Allium schoenoprasum
Clover Trifolium pratense

Comfrey – Russian Symphytum x uplandicum
Echinacea purpureum Echinacea purpureum
Egyptian Onion Allium proliferum

Horseradish Armoracia rusticana
Iris -Blue Flag Iris versicolor
Ironweed Vernonia sp

Lamb’s Quarters Chenopodium alba
Lemon Balm Melissa officinalis

Mustard Brassica sp
Oregano – Greek Origanum vulagare hirtum
Sage Salvia officinalis

Spearmint (all over) Mentha spicata
Stinging Nettle Urtica diocia

Strawberry – Everbearing Fragaria sp
Strawberry – Honeyoye Fragaria sp
Taragon – French Artemisia dracunculus sativa

Valerian Valeriana officinalis

Nut
Trees

Black Walnut Juglans nigra (50′ tree on site)
Hazelberts – Ozmun #2 Corylus americana x avellana (’03)

Chinese Chestnut Castanea mollissima (’04)

Shrubs

Black Currant – American Ribes americana (’04)
Black Currant – European Ribes nigrum (’03)

Chokeberry – Black Aronia melanocarpa (’04)

Elderberry – American Sambucus americana (’03)
Hibiscus – Rose of Sharon Hybiscus syriacus (’03)
Gooseberry – Red Ribes sp (’03)

Nanking Cherries Prunus tomentosa (’03 & ’04)

Red Currant – Red Lake *seedlings* Ribes sp. (’03)
Rugosa Rose Rosa rugosa (’03)

Serviceberry – Pembina Amelanchier alnifolia ‘Pembina’ (’03)

Tree
Fruit

Asian Pear – Yakumo Pyrus pyrifolia (’04)
Apple – girdled (’03 – girdled Auvil Early Fuji)
Apple – Sun Fuji Malus pumila (’04)

Manchurian Apricots Prunus mandshurica (’03 & ’04)

Mulberry – seedlings Morus nigra
Nectarine – Fantasia Prunus persica var. nectarina ‘Fantasia’
(’04)
Nectarine – Mericrest Prunus persica var. nectarina ‘Mericrest’

(’04)
Peach – Harrow Beauty Prunus persica ‘Harrow Beauty’ (’04)

Peach – Red Haven Prunus persica ‘Red Haven’ (’04)
Peach – Saturn Prunus persica ‘Saturn’ (’04) –Raintree source

Peach – Wild Prunus persica (’04) — Oikos source
Pear – girdled (’03 – girdled Bosc)

Plum – girdled (’03 – girdled Green Gage)

Tree
Legumes

Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos

Black Locust Robinia pseudoacacia
‘Millwood’ Honey Locust Gleditsia triacanthos ‘Millwood’

Rubus

Japanese Wineberry Rubus phoenicolasius (’03)
Black Raspberry Rubus occidentalis (’03 & ’04)

Red Raspberry – Heritage Rubus idaeus ‘Heritage’ (’04)

Umberlliferae

Dill Anethum graveolens (’03)
Dill x Fennel hybrids … ??? (’04)
Fennel – Bronze Foeniculum vulgare dulce ‘Rubrum’ (’03)

Queen Anne’s Lace Daucus carota
Tansy Tanacetum vulgare (’04)

Vegetables
(including volunteers)

Broccolli Chard (volunteers)

Daikon Radishes

Garlic – hardneck purple skin
Lettuce (volunteers)
Nasturtium
Pumpkins (’04 – grew out of the compost)
Tomatoes – Purple Calabash, Orange Roma (’04 – volunteers)
Tomatoes – Pink Oaxacan, Costocuoco, Jewish #1 (’04)

Vines

Hops – American Humulus lupus (’04)
Morning Glory Ipomoea tricolor
Grape – Himrod Vitis sp. (’03)
Grape – Muscat Ottonel Vitis sp. (’03)


Composite photo dated July 2004:

Basically what we see here is that a ton of perennials were planted and there was manure, cardboard, and hay mulch applied around the new perennials so that they could beat the lawn grass and what not.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. February 11, 2013 10:34 pm

    I don’t know if this comment will show up or be seen.

    When the warm season comes I’d like to survey this site again and see how everything is doing. I visit the garden throughout the summer and am often unsure of what exactly is growing there. I’m so glad to find this list of what was put there.

    A group of us are going to be creating a small food savanna in northeast urbana. We’ll meet on the site at 2314 n. high cross rd. at 1 PM Feb 23rd.

    Here is the Facebook group.
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/urbanaperm/
    This FB group is also a place for people to communicate about any permaculture projects in Champaign-Urbana.

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