Allmende - utopical forestgarden
Allmende - utopical forestgarden
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Commenced:
01/06/1998
Submitted:
01/03/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Artilleriestr. 6, Verden, Niedersachsen, DE
Phone:
+49-4231-9030470
Website:
http://allmende.de.vu
Climate zone:
Cool Temperate





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Allmende - utopical forestgarden

Project Type

Rural, Intentional Communities, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

We are a permaculture project near Verden and care for a 7 ha garden which is aimed to grow as a forest garden. The oldest plantings are by now 10years (There are 200 different kinds). The focus of the project is on research on low-tec self-sufficiency and utopical gardening. We are a self organised group of volunteers. You can help in the garden or help in the office with buerau-stuff. We cook the things out of the garden. Food we have to buy are paid together.

Project Description

We are a permaculture project near Verden  and care for a 7 ha garden which is aimed to grow as a forest garden. The oldest plantings are by now 10years (There are 200 different kinds). The focus of the project is on research on low-tec self-sufficiency and utopical gardening. We are a self organised group of volunteers. You can help in the garden or help in the office with buerau-stuff. We cook the things out of the garden. Food we have to buy are paid together.

List of perennial plants in 2011:

agastache mexicana – Zitronen-Aniskraut

allium angulosum – mouse garlic

Allium cepa var. viviparum – Etagenzwiebel

allium fistulosum – Winterheckenzwiebel

allium odorum – Chinesischer Lauch

allium schoenoprasum – Schnittlauch – Sorte leider unbekannt

allium suaveolens

allium ursinum - Bärlauch

amelanchier canadensis „Prince Williams“

amelanchier laevis

amelanchier lamarckii „Ballerina“

amorpha fruticosa – Bastardindigo

aronia melanocarpa „Viking“ – Apfelbeere „Viking“

asclepias syriaca – Seidenpflanze

campanula porscharskyana- eine Glockenblume

caragana arborescens – sibirische Erbsensträucher

castanea sativa – Eßkastanie

cercis siliquastrum – Judasbaum

chaenomeles speciosa „Nivalis“ – Zierquitte „Nivalis“

clethra barbinervis – Japanische Ziererle oder Scheineller

cornus mas – Kornellkirsche

corylus colurna

crataegus arnoldiana

crataegus oxyacantha „Niedersachsenring“

crataegus submollis

crataegus succulenta

cydonia oblonga „Meisterquitte“

cydonia oblonga „Vranja“

duchesnea indica

elaeagnus x ebbingei – eine Ölweide

elaeagnus x ebbingei „Gilt edge“

eleutherococcus sieboldianus

foenicum vulgare – wilder Fenchel

fragaria moschata - eine Erdbeerart

fragaria vescana „Spadeka“

fragaria vescana – eine Monatserdbeere aus Daniel Fischers Elternhaus

fragaria viridis - eine Erdbeerart

gleditsia triacanthos

glycyrrhiza glabra – Süßholz

helianthus tuberosus - Topinambur

hemerocallis fulva – eine Taglilie

hemerocallis lilioasphodelus - eine Taglilienart

hemerocallis middendorfii - eine Taglilienart

hemerocallis minor

hosta crispula – Weißrandfunkie

hyssopus officinalis - Ysop

Hypericum hircinum – zitronenduftendes Johanniskraut

inula helenium  - Alant

jovibarba sobolifera

juglans regia- Walnuß

lamium album - Taubnessel

lavandula angustifolia – Lavendel

lupinus polyphyllus - vielblättrige Lupine

lycium chinense

mahonia nervosa – Mahonie

majorana hortensis - Majoran

malus sylvestris – Wildapfel

malus domestica „Boiken“ auf MM 106

malus domestica „Jakob Fischer“

malus domestica „Jakob Lebel“

malus domestica „James Grieve“

malus domestica “Klarapfel”, unveredelter Sämling

malus domestica “Krügers Dickstiel”

malus domestica „Rheinischer Bohnapfel“

malus domestica „Schöner von Bath“ auf  MM 106

malus domestica „Schöner von Bath“

Malva thuringiaca – Strauchmalve

melissa officinalis – Zitronenmelisse

meum athamanticum – Bärwurz

Myrrhis odorata - Süßdolde

papaver orientale „Türkenlui“

parthenocissus quinquefolia „Engelmanni“ – Wilder Wein

peucedanum ostruthium – Meisterwurz

pimpinella saxifraga – kleine Bibernelle

pinus cembra sibirica – Sibirische Zirbelkiefer

pinus edulis 

populus trichocarpa „Balsampappel“

prunus armeniaca – Aprikose

prunus avium – Süßkirsche „Burlat“

prunus avium – Süßkirsche „Große Prinzessin“

prunus cerasifera

prunus domestica „Grüne Reneclode“

prunus domestica „Rote Frühzwetschge“

prunus domestica „Gelbe Eierpflaume“

prunus domestica (Kernechte Mirabellensorte von Oma Langwasser)

prunus domestica „Hauszwetsche“

prunus insititia – Haferpflaume

prunus persica -  Pfirsich

pyrus communis „Alexander Lucas“

pyrus communis „Clapps Liebling“

pyrus communis „Gräfin von Paris“

pyrus communis „Gute Graue“ auf Quittenunterlage

pyrus communis “madam verte”)

pyrus communis „Mostbirne“ als Sämling

pyrus communis „Williams Christ“

pyrus pyrifolia var. Culta „Nijiseiki“ – Nashi-Birne

quercus macrocarpa – Moosbechereiche

quercus petraea x frainetto

rheum rhabarbarum 

ribes aureum – Goldjohannisbeere

ribes nigrum (das ist eine gute Sorte von Jürgen Wahl) – schwarze Johannisbeere

ribes rubrum “Jonker van Teets” – rote Johannisbeersorte

ribes uva-crispa „Mucurinis“ – eine grüne Stachelbeere

ribes uva-crispa „Remarka rot“  - eine Stachelbeere

ribes uva-crispa „invicta“  - eine Stachelbeere

ribes uva-crispa "grün" - eine Stachelbeere

ribes x nidigrolaria – Jostabeere

robinia hispida „macrophylla“

robinia pseudoacacia

rosa canina „Kiese“

rubus idaeus “Golden Queen” – eine Himmbeere

Satureja montana – Bergbohnenkraut

salix – irgendeine Kopfweide aus Steyerberg

salix alba tristis – Trauerweide

sedum reflexum (s. rupestre bei pfaf) – Tripmadam

sedum spectabile

sedum spurium

sium sisarum – Zuckerwurz

Solidago odora – Anisgoldrute sempervivum - Hauswurz

sorbus aria „majestica“ ? sorbus aucuparia

sorbus domestica – Speierling

sorbus intermedia – Schwedische Mehlbeere

sophora japonica

stachys sieboldii

symphitum officinale `Bocking No14´ - Comfrey

taxus baccata –Eibe

thymus caespitiu

thuja occidentalis

tilia cordata – Sommerlinde

vaccinium corymbosum – Blaubeere

vaccinium corymbosum „Bluecrop“

vaccinium corymbosum „Goldtraube“

vaccinium corymbosum „Jersey“

yucca filamentosa

zanthoxylum simulans – Gelbholz

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