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I didn't have room for this in the picture... but the following is a complete list of plants, animals, and Fungi in the whole farm sorted by zone and supplier.

Vegetable Gardens
All from Baker Creek Heirlooms
Gobbo Di Nizzia Cardoon
Mary Washington Asparagus
Cherokee Trail of Tears Pole Beans
Landreth Stringless Bush Beans
Bulls’ Blood Beet
Waltham 29 Broccoli
Red Rubine Brussels Sprouts
Rose Red Soba (Buckwheat)
Perfection Drumhead Savoy Cabbage
Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage
Nero Di Toscana Cabbage (Dinosaur or Lacinato Kale)
Black Nebula Carrot
Chantenay Red Core Carrot
Oxheart Carrot
Chinese Pink Celery
Vates Collards
Country Gentleman Sweet Corn
Painted Mountain Corn
Aonaga Jibai Cucumber
Japanese Long Cucumber
Diamond Eggplant
Bronze Fennel
Bushel Basket Gourd
Southern Giant Curled Mustard
Petit Gris de Rennes Melon
Lincoln Garden Pea
Sugar Ann Snap Pea
Pasilla Bajio Pepper
Poblano Pepper
Doux D'Espagne Pepper
Chinese Red Meat Radish
Champion Purple Top (Best of All) Rutabaga
Costata Romanesco Zucchini
Canada Crookneck Butternut Squash
Candy Roaster Pumpkin
Connecticut Field Pumpkin
Tomatillo Verde
Mortgage Lifter Tomato
Hungarian Heart Tomato
Cherokee Purple Tomato
Carolina Cross 180 Watermelon

Herb Gardens (Some in raised beds, some in Food Forest, Some in Greenhouse)
From Baker Creek
Cardinal Basil
Blue Spice Basil
Genovese Basil
Lettuce Leaf Basil
Siam Queen Thai Basil
Tulsi Holy Basil
Slo-bolt Cilantro
Elephant Dill
Wild Zaatar Oregano
Giant of Italy Parsley
Rosy Rosemary
Broad Leaf Sage
Wild (Creeping) Thyme
From Strictly Medicinal Seeds
Aloe Ferox
Ashwagandha, Vedic
Lemon Balm
Bundle Flower
Burdock, Takinogawa
Cactus, San Pedro
Catnip, Official
Chamomile, German
Chrysanthemum, Chinese - Bo-Ju-Hua
Cucumber, Squirting
Echinaccea purpurea
Geranium, Scented - Citronella
Ginger, Myoga
Horehound, White
Lettuce, Wild
Lotus, American Yellow
Mint, Chinese
Mint, Corsican (to replace lawn)
Peppermint
Poppy, California
Poppy, Flanders
Poppy, Giant Pod
Sage, Sacred White
Saint John’s Wort
Sempervivum
Shiso, Purple
Spikenard, California
Thistle, Milk
Tobacco, Azteca Night Blooming
Tobacco, Desert
Tobacco, Hopi
Tobacco, Huichol
Tobacco, Oneida
Tobacco, Tree
Tobacco, Walker’s
Tulsi, Temperate
Valerian, Official
Yarrow, Official
Maiden’s Wattle
Banisteriopsis caapi
Eastern Red Cedar
Eleuthero, Spineless
Empress Tree
Ginkgo
Pawpaw
Senna, Wild
Willow, Purple
Yucca, Joshua Tree
From Fungi Perfecti
Garden Giant Mushroom
Reishii Mushroom
Lion’s Mane Mushroom
Turkey Tail Mushroom

Strawberry Patches
From Baker Creek
Attila Strawberry
From Stark Brothers
All Summer Long Collection

Greenhouse
From Strictly Medicinals
Ayahuasca Vine
From Stark Brothers
Patio Lemon
Patio Key Lime
Patio Mandarin Orange

Food Forest (except wildflowers, bog, and pond)* incomplete list
From Fedco
Ashmede Apple
Airlie Redflesh Apple
Black Oxford Apple
Goldrush Apple
Grey Pearmain Apple
Esopus Spitzenburg Apple
Lowbush Blueberry
Meader male Kiwi
Anna female Kiwi
Black Ice Plum
La Crescent (pollinator) Plum
Redhaven Peach
From Forest Ag
Hybrid Chestnut
Selected Seedling Hazelnut
From Stark Brothers
Purple Robe Locust
Hardy Almond
Hardy Giant Pecan
Koralle Lingonberry
Thornless Black Raspberry
Eastern Redbud
American Mulberry
Norway Spruce
Eastern Redbud
As yet unsourced:
Camelia japonica
Ilex paraguarensis

Bog Garden* needs supplier lists
Carnivorousplantnursery dot com is supplier of carnivorous plants, other sources as yet unknown
Willow
River Birch
Sycamore
Cobra Lilly
Red Dragon Venus Flytrap
Hardy Sundew
Cranberries
Bear Berries
Turkey Tails
Reishii
Native Rivercane
Hokkaido Rice
Nut Sedge
Cattail
Bog Violet
Sphagnum Moss
Bog Clubmoss
Edible Ferns
Duckweed

The Pond and Vicinity
Bluegill
Crawdads
Snails
American Lotus
Arrowroot
Duckweed
Wild Rice
Pawpaw
Jack in the Pulpit

Wildflower Zones
From Prairie Moon
Forest Edge Mix
From Baker Creek
Titan Sunflower
Mongolian Giant Sunflower
Mammoth Grey Stripe Sunflower
Japanese Millet

The Vineyard
From Fedco
Vanessa Seedless Grape
Reliance Seedless Grape
Concord Grape
From Harvest Express dot com
Gewurztraminer grape
Riesling grape
Pinot Noir grape
From Murray McMurray
Vinyard Duck Assortment
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brightspark

Wishing you Lots of Good Luck and prayers for you to to succeed with your project - its amazing ☺☺

naturelovingfarmer

As new information comes in, it may change. I'm always reading new papers and articles on ecosystems and always refining the previous plans. But generally, the more diversity the better. It will not get more simplified. The more complex it gets, the more chance there is for symbiosis and the more productive it will be. The food forest is not just trees. There will be many kinds of plants in many ecological niches.

nanab

I have no doubt that you will reach your goal, you have a determination and passion to succeed, so you shall. : )

naturelovingfarmer

It is ambitious. I'll be the first to admit I am often overwhelmed. But it will be worth it in the future when my back yard is my grocery store, pharmacy, and therapy. The timeline I have set, Gods willing and the river don't rise, is 5 years to completion and 10 to full productivity.

nanab

Ryan - This is quite an impressive and ambitious undertaking. I wish you much luck and success in your planning, implementation, and completion of the Heart of the Earth Farm.
Thank you so much for sharing your project/puzzle.

naturelovingfarmer

@MaKai @birgit @nanapuzzler @nanab

naturelovingfarmer

It's only 2 acres, but I'm really gonna pack stuff in. Over time, it should become a thriving ecosystem.

naturelovingfarmer

The bees are gonna love it. ^_^

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