Sunday, March 13, 2011

2011 Rundown

This week I realized that I completely forgot to post this year's planting list - that must mean I'm becoming an old hand at this...or not.

Here it is - complete with some old faithfuls as well as some new kids - all heirlooms from either Baker Creek or Victory Seeds:

- I'm fortunate enough to have my thyme, oregano, and rosemary plants all coming back for another year.
  • Parsley, Giant of Italy (Italian)
  • Bee Balm, Lemon
  • Catnip
  • Catmint
  • Sage
  • Dill
  • Basil, Genovese
  • Hyssop, Anise
  • Blackstem Peppermint - ordered from Companion Plants, a SE Ohio-based greenhouse
  • Bay Laurel - plan to order a bay laurel bush for container growing from Companion Plants
  • French Tarragon - plan to order from Companion Plants
  • Swiss Chard, Five Color Silverbeet
  • Kale, Blue Curled Scotch
  • European Mesclun Mix
  • Rocky Top Lettuce Salad Mix
  • Pea, Lincoln
  • Radish, Saxa 2
  • Radish, White Icicle
  • Beet, Bull's Blood
  • Green Pepper, Emerald Giant (sprouts pictured)
  • Jalapeno, Craig's Grande
  • Rhubarb, Victoria (sprouts pictured)
  • Tomatoes - Mule Team, Sungold Select II, Aunt Ruby's German Cherry, Iris Candy Cherry, and Japanese Black Trifele
  • Cucumber, Delikatesse
  • Zucchini, Black Beauty
  • Crookneck Squash, Early Golden Summer
  • Acorn Squash, Table Queen
  • Bird's Foot Trefoil
  • Redcrest Cosmos
  • Amaranth Love-Lies-Bleeding, both green and red
  • Celosia, Flamingo Feather
  • Kiss-Me-Over-the-Garden-Gate
  • Oriental Scarlet Poppy
  • Mexican Sunflower, Red Torch
  • Nasturtium, Jewel Peach Melba and Empress of India
  • Coleus, Rainbow Mix
  • Morning Glory, Clark's Heavenly Blue
So there you have it, a long list, but an exciting one. Is it spring yet?


Snaggin' said...


Jack E said...

I was referred to your blog by the folks at Eaton Farms when I inquired about a CSA share. They said I could follow what a half share looks like. I can't thank them enough. I love your blog!!

My partner Thomas and I moved here from NYC late last summer so this will be our first summer gardening - well we are going to garden in Earthboxes since we are renting a house here in Hyde Park until we sell our place in NY. I have started a ton of stuff from seed and they are germinating better than I expected. We will probably have extras and I would love to find someone who would be interested in them. Email me at centrejack (at) gmail (dot) com and I will send you a list of what I have started... If they all make it I will have extras of everything.

Keep up the awesome work on your blog.

All the best,