Forest Garden Plan

1524 NW 21st

Oklahoma City, OK

NOT drawn to scale, this lot is about 200' north-south, and 80' east west.

1 -- elderberry

2 -- catnip & peas

3 -- highbush cranberry

4 -- serviceberry

5 -- sunflowers

6 -- wintergreen

7 -- rhubarb

8 -- lemon balm & rhubarb

9 -- citronella

10 -- paw paw tree

11 -- red & black currants

12 -- kinnickinick

13 -- dwarf fruit trees

14 -- bay laurel

15 -- water dropwort

16 -- purple echinacea

17 -- grapes

18 -- society garlic

19 -- lingonberries

20 -- salah

21 -- evergreen huckleberry

22 -- aronia

23 -- pak choi, radiccio, arugula, roman chamomile

24 -- amaranth (loves-lies-bleeding and golden), strawberry spinach

25 -- collards

26 -- borage & sweet william, rue

27 -- parsley, rosemary, sage, thyme, tarragon, 2 kinds of oregano

28 -- lovage, parsley, stevia, cilantro, french lavender, gotu kola

29 --- bush cherries

30 -- asparagus

31 -- tomatoes & basil

32 -- scarlet runner beans

33 -- salad burnet & good king henry

34 -- dead tree stump with purple hyacinth bean vines

35 -- dead tree with scarlet runner beans

36 -- garlic chives

37 -- potatoes in buckets

Also, I forgot to put spearmint and daylillies, they are just north of the tomatoes and basil that are along the west side of the house. More beds are planned north of the existing beds on the west side of the house, and under the dwarf fruit trees. The "33" next to the "pecan" note at the top of the map is a mistake. The Siberian pea tree, strawberry tree, akebia vine, oregon grape, vine peaches, and passion flower vine have been started in peat pots and haven't acquired a spot on the lawn yet.

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