Monday, December 24, 2012

The Official 2013 Planting List

Here's a list of the seeds I've got for our 2013 veg garden.

Notes:  Seeds come from BC=Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds, unless indicated.  I've listed the exact variety of each plant, where I know it.  There are some that I've lost or never knew.   I saved some of my own seed from 2012 and I've noted which of our own seeds we're trying this year.  


Beans 
  • Fava Beans - Broad Windsor
  • Red Chinese long beans - Got original seed from BC.  Now I use our saved seed from 2012.
  • Green Chinese long beans - Got original seed from BC.  Now I use our saved seed from 2012.
  • Dragon Tongue [our saved seed from 2012] 
Beet
  •  Detroit Dark Red - this is my first year trying beets.  Wish me luck!
Cucumber
  • Telegraph
  • de Bourbonne [tiny ones]
Eggplant
  • Japanese Pickling:  Very heat tolerant!
  • Florida Market Eggplant
Fennel:  Di Firenze

Flowers:  zinnia (liliput), calendula [and probably some cosmos.  I love cosmos.]

Greens:  Siamese Dragon Stir Fry Mix

Herbs, Annual:
  • Basil, Genovese. Water seeds daily until they sprout.
  • Basil, Lettuce Leaf..  Water seeds daily until they sprout.
  • Cilantro, Slo Bolt.  Got original seed from BC.  Now I use our saved seed from 2012.
Herbs, Perennial [planted several years ago]
  • Lavender
  • Thyme
  • Sage
  • Horehound
  • Chives
  • Anise Hyssop
  • Hyssop
  • Chamomile [self sows]
  • Alpine Strawberries
  • Clary Sage
  • Winter savory
  • Lemon balm
  • Sorrel
Leek:  Autumn Giant Leek

Melon
    • Charentais [cantaloupe]
    • Uzbek Sweetness Melon
    Onions
    • Egyptian walking onions 
    • Local starts:  red and yellow 
    Parsnip:  Half Long Guernsey Parsnip  [First try at parsnips.]

    Peas
    • Sugar Snap:   Hardy and prolific.  Heat tolerant. 
    Peppers -We're shooting for sweeter, meatier peppers this year.
    • Golden Marconi
    • Red Marconi
    • Ozark Giant
    • Quadrato D'Asti Rosso
      Potatoes:  Kennebec.   From May's [local]

      Radish:
      • rat's tail.  Delicious!!  Fun, very prolific.  Heat tolerant.  
      • Early Scarlet Globe - the regular red kind
      Rutabaga: Laurentian Rutabaga  [First time with rutabagas]

      Sweet potatoes:  Georgia Jet.  From Bloomingfood's

      Squash, Summer
      • Zucchino Rampicante - No new seed this year, so we'll try planting last year's seed and keep our fingers crossed.
      • Golden Marbre Scallop [pattypan]
      • Lemon Squash
      • Castata Romanesco [zucch type]:  Early set of fruit. Light.  Striped.  First one, June 30.
      Squash, Winter
      • Australian Butter
      • Black Futsu
      • Greek Sweet Red
      • Golden hubbard
      • Honey Boat Delicata
      • Musquee De Provence
      • Queensland Blue
      • Rouge Vif D'Etampes
      Strawberries
      • June bearing [from May's]
      • Ever bearing  [from May's]
      Tomato
      • Amana Orange Tomato
      • Amish Paste: 
      • Brave General Tomato
      • Black Cherry Tomato
      • Hillbilly [Flame]

      5 comments:

      1. As always, you inspire and awe me. :-) Have you grown Egyptian Walking Onions before?

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        1. I've got some in the garden now - will have enough to harvest in the spring. They're very prolific!! I can use the greens now - they seem to be very cold hardy.

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      2. "What a wonderful garden!", said the apartment dweller with the wilting fern. Merry Christmas, and may your garden, your happiness, and your prosperity all grow mightily in the New Year.

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        1. Thanks! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

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      3. I love Baker Creek-they have the best seeds and I love their reasonable shipping fees-I was just going thru my catalog this afternoon
        Merry Christmas

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