Thursday, February 10, 2011

Spring Garden Plans

It's February and I've ordered seeds .... I will have more than I need and let me know if you are interested. Note: The seeds from Amishland sound very interesting but I had to wait for a 20+ day back order to get them. Be mindful of that if you order your own.

Tomatoes

1. Blondkopfchen

2. Stupice

3. Brandywine

4. Peche Jaune

Peppers

5. King of the North

6A. Maria Nagy's Translyvanian (for paprika).

6B. Chervena Chushka (sweet Bulgarian pepper).

Beans

7. Blue Lake Pole Beans

8A. True Red Cranberry (gift from a Seed Saver I met online, link is to Seed Savers Exchange description).

8B. WIENLANDERIN POLE BEAN - swiss pole bean - Link to Bean Section.

8C. CAPUCIJNERS BLUE POD HEIRLOOM PEAS - See Link above.

8D. STORTINO DI TRENTO (Italian Marbled Shrimp Bean) - See Link above.

Onions (Allium family)

9. Onion Tropeana Tonda

10. Garlic: Meadow's Mirth and New Roots (2 local farms) planted last fall (no extra).

11. Leek, Blaugruner Farinto

Cukes & Melons

11. Charentais.

12. Bushy OG Cucumber.

13. Zucchini Alberello di Sarzana

14. Bozeman Watermelon (ripens in 70-80 days!!!)

Misc.

15. Detroit Dark Red beets

16. Spinach, Bloomsdale OG

17. Genovese basil

18. Parsley Grune Perle

19. Bietola a Costa Fine Chard

20. Ildkongen Marigolds

3 comments:

CPRMom said...

We're going to be starting a community garden at the school and may be able to use some of these seeds or seedlings there. :)

Justin Richardson said...

Add to the list:

WEINLANDERIN POLE BEAN

CAPUCIJNERS BLUE POD HEIRLOOM PEAS -aka POIS A CROSSE VIOLETTE

Both at: http://www.amishlandseeds.com/legumes.htm

Justin Richardson said...

I've added

1. Bozeman Watermelon (ripens in 70-80 days!!!): http://www.adaptiveseeds.com/node/239

2. Bietola a Costa Fine Chard. http://www.adaptiveseeds.com/node/64

and

3. Maria Nagy's Translyvanian Peppers (I will use for making paprika). http://www.adaptiveseeds.com/node/175