Angelica - Perennial Herb, culinary.
Green Santolina - Perennial evergreen herb, aromatic.
Black Fennel - Perennial semi-evergreen herb, culinary.
Green Fennel - Perennial semi-evergreen herb, culinary.
Rosemary - Perennial evergreen herb, culinary.
Lovage - Perennial leaf green, culinary.
Bloody Dock - Perennial leaf green, ornamental or culinary.
Tansy - Perennial herb.
Lambs Ear - Perennial evergreen herb, medical.
Bristol Cross Oregano - Perennial Evergreen herb, culinary and ornamental.
Desert Privet - Houseplant.
Rotary Peperomia - Houseplant
Dancing Bones Cactus - Houseplant
Dwarf Pomegranate - Fruit bearing deciduous shrub, perennial.
Chicago Hardy Fig - Fruit Bearing deciduous shrub.
Mary Washington Asparagus - Decuous perennial vegetable.
Ozark Beauty Strawberry - Semi-evergreen perennial fruit bearing.
(The list above is just the beginning! Hold on to your hats folks because 2014 is going to be so permaculture heavy Monsanto might sue us for stealing their business!)
So this concludes the Second LITFM Episode of February, I have to post a correction on some information from last week. First off after running about the test gardens with a pocket ruler and measuring snow depth, it indeed was an average of 2.5” deep. So that was 2.5” of snow that melted down to 0.5” of actual precipitation. More so this week we had two major precipitation events generating 0.3” and 0.5” amounts respectively. In short I’d say we’re all-good for spring if this keeps up. I hope to see some of you down at the market, and as always keep ‘em growing!
This was sent out on the sustainable neighbors meetup.org group by Marsha. The surburban Hermit of Fayetteville another blogger sent it to Marsha and indeed it's worth posting here.