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Post  Selandra on 1/19/2011, 11:16 am

Majority come from Baker Creek and are 2010. A few are 2009 and from elsewhere but all are heirloom and organic except maybe one or two that I recieved from my mother (who collects seed but still hasn't gardened in 10yrs.)

Greens

Rocky Top Lettuce mix
Bloomsdale Spinach
Collards (mom)
Bok Choy
Russian Red Kale


Herbs

Lemon Bee Balm
Genovese Basil
Brayour Parsley
Bouquet Dill
Slobolt Cilanto (also coriander)


Flowers

Marigold - Assorted - collected by me from garden last year
Bachelor Button - same as above
Sunflower - Varies


Peas

Yellow Sweet
Blue Podded


Peppers

Rainbow - purple, yellow, green, red, brown, and orange.
King of the North - red bell
Golden Marconi - yellow paste
Tabasco - hot


Tomato

Paul Robeson - Purple
Pink Oxheart
Moon Glow - orange
Cour Di Bue - red oxheart
Egg yolk - small yellow
Snowberry - white cherry
Green Grape


Onion/ Leek

Flat of Italy
Vaune Parce Des Vertus - Purple
Giant Musselburgh Leek


Cucumber

Lemon - small round, good flavor, prolific
Unsure - I have this labeled Canary cucumber but couldn't find it on the web... could find Canary melon. We'll see this summer I guess.


Carrots

Amarillo Yellow
Tonda Di Parigi (baby)
White Belgian


Beans

Red Cranberry
Hutterite Soup
Blue Lake Bush (mom)
Contender
Royalty Purple Pod
White Rice (looks like slightly larger white rice)


Squash

Yellow Scallop
Golden Pippin
Fortuna White (not 100% sure, labeled as such but had orange pumpkin, not sure if human error so will try again this year)


Gourd

Birdhouse

Melon

Orange Glo
Charleston Grey (mom)
Golden Cantalope


Corn

Black Aztec
Dakota Black Popcorn


Brassica

Purple Cauliflower
Calabrese Sprouting Broccoli


Vine

Malabar Spinach
Starflower


Please check out ISO for my list of desired seeds (yep even with all these there is still more to be had Very Happy )



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Post  Selandra on 1/26/2011, 10:18 am

Updated List

@Selandra wrote:Majority come from Baker Creek and are 2010. A few are 2009 and from elsewhere but all are heirloom and organic except maybe one or two that I recieved from my mother (who collects seed but still hasn't gardened in 10yrs.)

Greens

Rocky Top Lettuce mix
Bloomsdale Spinach
Collards (mom)
Bok Choy
Russian Red Kale


Herbs

Lemon Bee Balm
Genovese Basil
Brayour Parsley
Bouquet Dill
Slobolt Cilanto (also coriander)


Flowers

Marigold - Assorted - collected by me from garden last year
Bachelor Button - same as above
Sunflower - Varies


Peppers

Rainbow - purple, yellow, green, red, brown, and orange.
King of the North - red bell
Golden Marconi - yellow paste
Tabasco - hot


Tomato

Paul Robeson - Purple
Pink Oxheart
Cour Di Bue - red oxheart
Egg yolk - small yellow
Snowberry - white cherry
Green Grape


Onion/ Leek

Flat of Italy
Vaune Parce Des Vertus - Purple
Giant Musselburgh Leek


Cucumber

Lemon - small round, good flavor, prolific


Carrots

Amarillo Yellow
Tonda Di Parigi (baby)


Beans

Red Cranberry
Hutterite Soup
Blue Lake Bush (mom)
Contender
Royalty Purple Pod
White Rice (looks like slightly larger white rice)


Squash

Yellow Scallop
Golden Pippin
Fortuna White (not 100% sure, labeled as such but had orange pumpkin, not sure if human error so will try again this year)


Gourd

Birdhouse

Melon

Orange Glo
Charleston Grey (mom)
Golden Cantalope


Corn

Black Aztec
Dakota Black Popcorn


Brassica

Purple Cauliflower
Calabrese Sprouting Broccoli


Vine

Malabar Spinach
Starflower
Canary (yellow flower)


Please check out ISO for my list of desired seeds (yep even with all these there is still more to be had Very Happy )

Selandra
Selandra

Female Posts : 123
Join date : 2010-03-02
Age : 41
Location : KY (6a)

http://www.asfggardenerstale.blogspot.com

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