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Post  littlejo 4/1/2013, 4:05 pm

I ordered the SFG seed from Jung seed last fall, and planted. Well, I didn't exactly follow the planting guide, not putting them in the sqs on the layout. Now I have some plants that I don't know what they are. Help!
This is a flat bladed type onion, maybe a scallion?

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This is a round bladed onion, maybe a few seeds came up that were not included?
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These next 2 pics, 1 is supposedly kale? Don't know what the other is.
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Is this swiss chard?
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It's sort of weird, about only 1 plant of each kind came up except for the beets, radishes,carrots and lettuce.
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Post  camprn 4/1/2013, 4:35 pm

littlejo wrote:
I ordered the SFG seed from Jung seed last fall, and planted. Well, I didn't exactly follow the planting guide, not putting them in the sqs on the layout. Now I have some plants that I don't know what they are. Help!
This is a flat bladed type onion, maybe a scallion?

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Does this smell like an onion when you bruise the foliage. It may be a leek, or garlic.

littlejo wrote:This is a round bladed onion, maybe a few seeds came up that were not included?
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Yes this does look like an onion, again, what does the bruised foliage smell like? What was in ths be previously? Did you use your own compost?

littlejo wrote:These next 2 pics, 1 is supposedly kale? Don't know what the other is.
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Yes the curly leaf is kale, the flat leaf may be a variety of kale. It is clearly some form of brassica, but I would have to see the stem ... maybe collards?

littlejo wrote:
Is this swiss chard?
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Looks like chard to me. hungry


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Post  jazzycat 4/1/2013, 10:06 pm

This looks like collards to me, but it could be some kind of kale.


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This is definitely kale.

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This looks like chard to me.

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Post  FamilyGardening 4/2/2013, 4:25 am

looks like....an amazing garden!!

maybe.....

1. leek

2. onion

3. maybe (caulifower ?) or (collard greens?) thinking

4. kale

5. swiss chard

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Post  littlejo 4/2/2013, 8:30 pm

Thanks for all the help. I finally found the list that came with the seed. Leek(Lincoln), scallion(green bunching onion) I planted scallions in another place just recently, but they were a bulb? chard(Lucullus)
I must have planted the kale and whatever else that is because I knew it was the right time of yr. It may be a type of collards, it shows no signs of making any kind of head. I took a leaf and held it next to broccoli, cauliflower, and collards(mine I have planted is a heading type) They all look alike. I must remember to write this stuff down! I guess I should look thru my seeds and see if I can find what I planted. Can I eat the leaves of this, cooked like collards, even if it's not collards?
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