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Forage Guide

Forage Guide

🍄 Forage Guide

Forage Guide

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Forage Guide

Dover Park

Enjoy the many splendors of Dover Edible Park!

A lush tree stands tall against a bright blue sky, surrounded by lush green grass in a peaceful outdoor park.

We have gardening workshops on Sundays, 11-2, and Wednesdays, 3-6.

Some of our plants:

  • collard greens
  • potatoes
  • artichokes
  • sunchokes AKA jerusalem artichokes
  • mint
  • sage
  • squash
  • tomatoes
  • apricot
  • banana
  • loquat
  • plum
  • cape gooseberry
  • pineapple guava AKA feijoa
  • mulberry
  • fig
  • orange

A sign stands in front of the house.
This image shows a banana tree growing next to an apricot tree, with two clusters of bananas visible. Full Text: faccall:St_ + 8th S Banana Tree: Status Plants in Sight Banana tree Aileen St. 56th St. Legal < Back Banana Tree: Status ... (37.8429721, - 122.2684534) This #BananaTree, growing next to an #ApricotTree, is fruiting two clusters of bananas Leela Universe

A variety of fresh, local produce, including herbs, root vegetables, fruits, and flowers, are growing in an outdoor garden on a grassy field, providing natural, vegan nutrition and whole foods.

We were featured in a local forage guide!

Nearby: Fig Collection

N Oakland Regional Forage Guide

Kinds of Forageables:

  • Apple (November-January)
  • Apricot (June-July)
  • Avocado (December-January)
  • Blackberries (April, September)
  • Eugenia
  • Feijoa (November-December)
  • Fig (June-July, October-November)
  • Gingko Berry (November-December)
  • Kiwi
  • Leatherleaf Mahonia (April-July)
  • Lemons (Year Round)
  • Loquat (May-July)
  • Mulberry (May-July)
  • Orange (Year Round)
  • Passionfruit (November-February)
  • Peach
  • Pear
  • Persimmon (November-December)
  • Plum
  • Pomegranate
  • Rose Hip
  • Silverberry
  • Strawberry Tree Fruit (Year Round)
  • Summer Squash: Yellow, Zebra, Zucchini (June-August)
  • Tomato (June-September)

Want to add crops or harvest times to the list?
Let us know in the comments!