Beans: Rabbits and birds got into the beds twice and ate the starts. Restarted late. [Dvds on strings really scared the birds away!]
- Red Chinese long beans - Got original seed from BC. Now I use our saved seed from 2014.
- Dragon Tongue: One survived [our saved seed from 2014]
- Freshette green bean. Got the seed from Rural King.
- Kentucky Wonder Pole beans: Flat and strings. Prolific.
- Telegraph: These are my favorite. Long and smooth. Great for soup.
- Sikkim Cucumber: Remember to let this get brown and crackled looking.
- Boston Pickling Cucumber: Pick small.
New York Improved eggplant Ping Tung Eggplant Japanese Pickling
Garlic: Made it through the winter, but the constant rain rotted a bunch. Pulled enough to replant this fall.
- Chesnock Red
- German Red
- Bibb Lettuce
- Basil, Genovese
- Genovese red basil
- Basil, Thai: Very sweet! Small leaves. Blooms very quickly!
- Cilantro, Slo Bolt. Got original seed from BC. Now I use our saved seed. Mostly it self sows.
- Dill. Self sows now
- Anise Hyssop
- Chamomile [self sows]
- Alpine Strawberries
Clary Sage:Didn't come up this year.
- Winter savory
- Lemon balm
- Purslane: volunteers.
Peppers -We're shooting for sweeter, meatier peppers this year.
- Jupiter pepper or maybe it's Lipstick? Puppy got into the starts. This one made it.
- Golden California Wonder pepper [beautiful!]
Radish: Early Scarlet Globe - the regular red kind. Nice!
Zucchino Rampicante- No new seed this year, so we'll try planting last year's seed and keep our fingers crossed. Languishing. No blooms. Too wet?
- Golden Marbre Scallop [pattypan]
- Lemon Squash
- Castata Romanesco [zucch type]: Early set of fruit. Light. Striped.
- Black Beauty Zucchini: Late sown. Good producer.
Black Futsu Greek Sweet Red Galeux d'Eysinee squash Pie Pumpkin: seed saved from last year. Gioia Violina: butternut type.
- June bearing [from May's]
- Ever bearing [from May's]
- Amish Paste: Good standby. Roma type. Does OK with septoria.
- Lemon boy: Good!
- Early Girl:
- Indigo Rose:
- Uncle Mark Bagby
- Black Cherry [grape tomatoes]: Nice! Prolific and tolerant of septoria.