FOOD FOREST

At Booyong we are learning about permaculture and turning the Orchard into a Food Forest. We are also beginning to explore the concept of companion planting which is exciting and worthy of interest. We are very excited about the principles and ethics and will keep you abreast to our learning and changes as they occur.

WHAT'S HAPPENING EACH MONTH

September in the Food Forest 2019

December in the Veggie Garden 2017

January in the Food Forest 2019

February in the Food Forest 2019

March in the Food Forest 2019

April in the Food Forest 2019

May in the Food Forest 2019

June in the Food Forest 2019

July in the Food Forest 2019

August in the Food Forest 2019

FOOD FOREST

FRUIT TREES

Apple Tree

Apple Tree - Dwarf

Apricot Tree

Avocado - Lost during drought Sept 2019

Black Genoa Fig - Ficus Carica

Coffee Plant  - Lost due to drought Sept 2019

Dragon Fruit - Pink and Yellow

Fig - Greg's

Finger Lime - Native

Grapefruit Tree

New Grapefruit Tree

Grape Vine

Jacobita

Kaffir Lime Tree

Lemon and Lime Tree

Lemon - Bush

Lemonade Tree

Macadamia Nut - Tetraphylla

Madacamia Nut - Intergrifolia

Mandarin - Emperor

Mandarin - Gregs

Mango Tree - Mangifera indic

Mulberry Tree - in Chicken Coop

Blood Orange

Navel Orange

Olive - Kalamata

Packham's Triumph Pear

Paw Paw

Peach - Tropic Beauty

Pecan Nut  Tree

Persimmon Tree

Pineapple Guava

Pomegranate ‘Wonderful’

Sapote - Chocolate Pudding Fruit

Seville Orange

SHRUBS

Curry Plant - Planted Sept 2019

Elderberry - Planted Sept 2019

Goji Berry - Lost during drought Sept 2019

Blueberries

Bell Pepper

Loofah

Pepino Berry  

Butternut Pumpkin

Raspberries

Rhubarb

Rosella

Turmeric

HERBS

HERB GARDEN

Calendula

Chilli

Chives

English Spinach

Lavender

Purple Kale

Mexican Coriander'

Mint

Mustard Greens

Nasturtiums

Oregano

Parsley

Rocket

Rosemary

Sage

Thyme

POULTRY

Chickens

Guinea Fowl

Rabbits

AQUATIC EDIBLE PLANTS

Vietnamese Mint

Chocolate Mint

Rainbow Celery

Watercress

Brahmi

 

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