Plants POP Plants

 

Plants POP Plants

A wide range of fruit and nut trees, berries, and other edible and useful perennials grow in Philadelphia.

* What grows well in Philadelphia is not necessarily appropriate for growing in other regions. Before planting an orchard, check what is appropriate to grow in the particular climate of your region. You may wish to consider native plantings.

Fruit & Nut Trees
Almonds, Hardy
Apples
Apricots
Asian Pears
Cherries, Sweet
Cherries, Tart (tolerate some shade)
Chestnuts
Figs
Jujubes
Juneberries (tolerate some shade)
Mulberries (tolerate some shade)
Pawpaws (tolerate some shade)
Peaches
Pears, European and Asian
Persimmons, Asian and American
Plums

Shrubs & Berry Bushes
Aronia/Chokeberries (tolerate some shade)
Blackberries (tolerate some shade)
Blueberries (tolerate some shade)
Bush cherries
Currants (tolerate some shade)
Elderberries (tolerate some shade)
Flowering Quince
Goji berries
Gooseberries (tolerate some shade)
Goumis (tolerate some shade)
Hazelnuts (tolerate some shade)
Raspberries
Rugosa Roses

Vines
Grapes
Kiwiberries

Perennial Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers
Anise Hyssop
Asparagus
Asters
Beebalm
Black Eyed Susans
Catmint
Chives
Comfrey
Echinacea
False Indigo
Fennel
Goldenrod
Golden Star
Lemon balm
Lovage
Milkweed
Mint
Oregano
Rhubarb
Sage
Sorrel
Strawberries
Tickseed
Yarrow
… and many more!