Growing in the garden Sept 2013

A list of (almost) everything growing in the garden as of the beginning of September 2013.  There are a few things that I don’t know and still need to work on identifying, but this is the list of plants that I have ID-ed.

Backgarden

Edible:
Basil “Green Ruffles”
Basil “Purple Ruffles”
Bay
Beetroot “Bolivar”
Beetroot “Cylindra”
Beetroot “Touchstone Gold”
Blackberry
Broccolli
Butternut Squash
Calendula
Camomile
Carrot “Early Nantes”
Carrot “Purple Dragon”
Chard “Pink Passion”
Chickweed (edible)
Chives – various
Coriander
Cucumber
Curry plant – apparently edible but very bitter
Dead Nettles
Endres cranesbill/Geranium endressii?
Fat Hen
Feverfew
Gooseberry “Invicta”
Gooseberry “Whitesmith”
Heuchera – apparently edible but not staying.
Hostas – known as ‘urui’ in Japanese cuisine
Kohl Rabi (Blue) “Azur”
Lemon Balm “Melissa”
Lettuce – various including “Little Gem”
Mallow (Malva sylvestris/zebrina)
Mint – 2 different varieties
Nasturtium
Nettles
Onion (Welsh)
Oregano
Parsley
Pea “Ezethas Krombek Blauwschok”
Perpetual Spinach
Raspberry “Fallgold” (Rubus idaeus)
Raspberry – various unknown summer fruiting
Rhubarb
Sage
Shepherds Purse
Sorrel “French”
Strawberries (various varieties)
Swede “Joan”
Thyme “Winter”
Tomatoes – two varieties
Tsai Tai “Welcome”
Tsai Tai “Hon”
Turnip “Navet de Nancy”
Violets – probably dog violet

Poisonous:

  • Groundsel
  • Petty Spurge
  • Purple Toadflax (Linaria Purpurea)- well, not entirely sure this is poisonous, but just in case.
  • Ragwort

Frontgarden

Edible
Asparagus
Basil “Purple Ruffles”
Blackberry
Borage
Calendula
Dahlia “Yams”
Feverfew
Fuchsia – variousLettuce – various including “Little Gem”
Lovage
Magnolia
Mint “Chocolate”
Mint “Apple”
Nasturtium
Onion (Welsh)
Orache (Red)
Oregano
Pea “Ezethas Krombek Blauwschok”
Perpetual Spinach
Pink “Dainty Dame” (Dianthus)
Potatoes
Snapdragon
Sorrel (French)
Swede “Joan”
Turnip “Navet de Nancy”
Violets – probably dog violet
Wood sorrel

Not sure
Phacelia
Poppy – NOT leaves and some species flowers are poisonous
Vibernum bonsarensis

Poisonous
Fir
Groundsel
Petty spurge
Ragwort

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