The edible plant garden contains a variety of domesticated and wild plants like local banana varieties as Mutuuli, Endyabawali, Sukaali, Bagwiremwiju, Embiira, Musa, Kisubi, Kitika, Mujuba, Enkonera, Siira, Gonja, Enyaruteere and Enyamanswali. All these are conserved banana varieties can no more easily found in peoples’ plantations. Fruits as Tree tomato, Naseberries, mangoes, oranges, pineapples, pawpaws, guava, cape gooseberries, sugarcane and vegetables as black night shade, Eteke, Enyamusiri, Eyobyo, Omubwiga, Amaranthus , collards, spinach, lettuce, leeks, radish, carrots, pumpkins, root vegetables such as sweet potatoes, cassava among others. This section is meant to empower TBG workers, surrounding communities with crop production skills but also increase on the on the organizational revenue through sales. Some of the harvested food is consumed by staff improving on their nutrition as pass knowledge onto their families. The garden also serves as an education and demonstration centre for learning, research towards the conservation and restoration of the threatened local varieties.