Plants and Garden beds

citronella geranium

potatoes

garlic

oregano

rosemary

pineapple sage

alysum

mint

bergamot herb

yarrow

chamomile

varigated mint

native viola

wild plum

cherry

cherry

pear, josephines

apple, cox orange pippen

apple, red delicious

tasmanian mountain pepper

thyme, golden, doone, white spreading, yellow, pink chintz, turkey thyme

Home Medicinal Garden (zone 1)(wiped by fire, zone 2)

golden oregano

hyssop

white sage

golden thyme

purple salvia

valerian

mugwort

yerba mate

dragon fruit

rubus parvifolus

black wood wattle

wormwood

gotu kola

brahmi

tansy

running postman

dill

ruby saltbush

Home Firebreak succulent garden (2)(wiped by fire)

south of bedroom. firebreak between downhill and bedroom. in shade.

succulents

pig face as ground cover

native raspberry

fuchia

pieris

boobalia

greek oregano

Home Window View Garden (zone 2)(wiped by fire)

This garden is main thing seen from the bedrom window. It is also next to the entrance to the home area. So aethetics is main role. But also external view control, wind control, allowing sun to pass, a little food production.

Salvia. Purple, pink, red

lemon

Geranium. rose, citronella and one morealyssum

garlic chives

rosemary, upright and creeping

roman chamomile

Lavender, french and pink

heritage autumn raspberry

summer raspberry

Iris

yarrow

soapwort

margoram

turkey thyme

Home Native Garden (zone 2)(wiped by fire, zone 2)

This garden is just uphill from the kitchen. Still easy to access.

Mainly has best soil for natives. Still mainly edible, but also bird atrracting.

view
main spring 2016

Midyim berry

muntries berry

pigface

pigface dwarf

correa

apple

alsyum

salvia, purple

native raspberry

daffodils

blackwood

kangaroo paw

native mint

poppy

nasturium

rosemary

kangaroo apple

blackwood wattle

Quarry food forest (zone 2)(wiped by fire, zone 3)

Designed to move towards a temperate rain forest, more sheltered

muntries berry

horse radish

artichoke

sunchoke

raspberries

varigated elder

hazelnut

tahitian lime

orange

alysum

pelegonium

red salvia

yarrow

avocado

Big vege garden (zone 2)(wiped by fire, zone 3)

potato

sweet marogram

wormwood

artichoke *4

oregano

dill

chilli

rubarb

mullberry

sweet briar rose

horseradish

Water garden initial bed (zone 2)(wiped by fire, zone 2)

potato. unknown mix

canna lily

maple

perennial basil

evening primrose

walking onion

cherry

Water Garden (zone 1, 2 in future)(wiped by fire, zone 2)

Logan berry

geranium

Boyson berry

silvan berry

young berry

native garden

raspberry

wormwood

parsley

globe artichoke

pot marigold

garlics

curry

thyme

tarragon

cherry

apple

pear

apple, summer strawberry

cherry

apple

plum

apple

nectarine

almond

-pond

bacopa carolinia

water lily, pink, white

water ribbon

Gate bed (zone 2)(wiped by fire, zone 2)

Perennial basilmaple

lavender

walking onion

parsley

fuscia

raspberry

borage

olive

globe artichoke

jerusalem artichoke

suculents

Upper Berry runs (Zone 2)(wiped by fire, zone 2)

Needs north windshelter, currently pallet fence. Add Olives, fejoia and salvia.

Wants south windshelter, currently pallet fence and raised potato beds. Add Olives and salvia.

West shelter of old blackberry thicket. Mainly as wind break. should be removed, disease concern.

Replace with olives and salvia. lily pilly and Common Boobialla.

Run of Mystery berry (loganberry?)

2 runs of Raspberry, heritage

run of summer raspberry

run of young berry

(planned) run of native raspberry. Esp yellow

run of boysen berry

apple pink lady

shelter hedges of wormwood and southern wood, yarrow, salvia

garlic mixed with berries

(planned) Add tansy, turnip

Sheltered Zone 2 (gone)

Fig

loquat

pink geranium

tomatoes, random seeds

garlic

walking onion

purple sapphire potato

fuchsia

comfrey

sweet potato

globe artichoke

Kale

Bok choi

- notes: These brassicas are mixed here to test if one acts as a sacrificial to another.

In other places these should be kept separate to avoid hybridisation so can be kept pure for seed saving.

Faerie Grove (3)(wiped by fire, zone 3)

hawthorn, blackberry, briar rose hedge

strawberry gum

lavender. french?

iris

bulk oregano

bulk rosemary

uphill of here should be clear to start to hill as firebreak

Creek bank (2 or 4)

Stinging nettles

unknown salvia? small purple flowers, varigated leaves

gate bed

Leon's Apple (2)

A nice quiet sitting spot

Leons Apple. A golden sweet apple. Fruits early march

Correa

(planned)Saliva to assist wind break

(planned) pig face as ground cover

This is mainly a list to try to remind me of what plants are where. The record keeping of plants can be quite tricky.

Currently it is wildly out of date as it is mainly from before the 2018 St Patrick's day fires wiped the gardens clear.

Wider Area

Hawthorn

European Blackberry

Native raspberry

golden native raspberry

cutleaf blackberry

Sweet briar rose

Big U Shelter Garden (zone 1 by visibility, 3 by effort)

This bed faces west in a highly windy area. It is mainly succulents and its job is to survive in a harsh location and act to capture and smother fire embers.

Big U Front shelter belt (zone 1)

North facing. fire protection and just being low. Probably should involve more food as very accessable.

Big U Native Garden (zone 2)

North facing. Visibility shelter, north shelter nice spot and functional plants.

2x Acacia floribunda

fig

olive

native speedwell

lavender

Big U Main vege garden (zone 1)

East facing. One of most protected places on the ridge. the most productive garden directly around the Big U.

Oregano

acacia floribunda

rubarb

oregano

mint

fever few

thyme

rosemary

red lettuce

- planned

globe artichoke

Big U South East garden 'hardy bed' (zone 2)

East facing. Shelter from north winds. some from west winds. lowish sun.

View, tough herbs, fruit trees

Big U South West garden 'new food forest' (zone 2)

south facing. shelter from west and north winds.

food forest.

multigraft apple

cherry?

Main Orchard (zone 2)

SW of the big U. Part of role is act as a shelter belt for the U from from South West winds.

Main role is main orchard. But also acts as food forest, mainly bulk herbs.

But various other edibles as well.

Perrenial leek

Rosemary

lemon tyme

oregano (mainly golden)

yarrow

currant

pigface

Various nitrogen fixers. acacia etc blackwood

apple: christmas,

apple: egremont russett

apple: cox orange pippen

apple sweet coppin

apple: cornish gillyflower

fig: st dominique

pear: Uverdale st germain x3

Pear: Yellow huffcap (perry), x2

pear: doyenne de commice, x3

peach: blackburn elberta. x2

Cherry: sunburst

Cherry: moira di vignola

Home Back Garden (zone 1) (wiped by fire. zone 2-3)

This bed has the most protection, it is right next to my room so it gets attention.

It has a few roles, wind break, pretty flowers, veges, but its main role is parent for various perennial plants to then be spread to other beds.

Perennial basil

Perennial leek

Perennial spinach

Oregano

Dill

Nasturtium

Alyssum

Blue Salvia

Lipstick Salvia

Purple Salvia

Another Salvia

Bay Tree

lime verbena

Lime

Tahitian lime

Twin grafted peach

Tomato. Black Russian, beef heart (ex)

fuzzy grey flower thing (lamb's ears stachys byzantina?)

red velvet geranium

pink geranium

bright red geranium

globe artichoke

sunchoke

evening primrose

garlic

parsley

purple dog faced iris

golden native raspberry

raspberry

Potatoes

chicory

german chamomile

thyme

walking onion

kale

bok choi

sweet pea (annual)

mustard green

lemon balm

chives

rosemary

lemon myrtle

hardenbergia

Home Kitchen Garden (zone 1) (wiped by fire, zone 2)

This garden is quite literally the kitchen. Its main aim is all the culinary herbs in easy reach. plus insect control so it is a nice space to sit.

Lavender

perennial basil

native raspberry

chicory

geranium