Juglone tolerance

Source: Gaia's Garden
Botanical / Species Common
Celtis Hackberry
Eleaegnus spp. Goumi, autumun olive, russian olive
Lycium barbarum Goji, Wolfberry
Ribes spp. Black, red and white currant
Solanum spp. Tomato, capsicum etc.
   
Source: Edible Forest Gardens
Acer spp. Maples (most)
Aleca rosea Hollyhock
Allium spp. Onions, garlic etc.
Asarum spp. Wild ginger
Asimina triloba American pawpaw
Carya spp. Pecan, hickory
Cercis canadensis Eastern redbud
Corylus spp. Hazel, filbert
Crocus sativus Saffron crocus
Cydonia oblonga Quince
Diospyrus virginiana American persimmon
Echinacia purpurea Purple coneflower
Gleditsia triacanthos Hone locust
Helianthus tuberosus Jerusalem artichoke
Morus spp. Mulberry
Quercus spp. Oak
Robinia Pseudoacacia Black locust
Rosa spp. Some roses
Rubus Raspberry
Sambucus canadiensis Elderberry
Taraxacum officinale Dandelion
Trifolium repens White clover
   
Source: Penn State College of Agricultural Services
Amelanchier Serviceberry
Clematis spp. Clematis
Cornus spp. Dogwood
Hamamellis spp. Witch Hazel
Hypericum prolificum St. Johns Wart
Parthenocissus quinquefolia Virginia Creeper
Prunus spp. Cherry, Nectarine, Plum, Peach
Rhus spp. Sumac
Vitis Wild Grape
Wisteria spp. Wisteria
  Beets
  Squash and Melons
  Carrot
  Parsnips
  Beans
  Corn