Garden list

Things are a bit behind schedule over here. It snowed over the weekend and is busy hailing right now. We still have two more days of winter weather advisory left this week! I can only hope that these April snow showers bring May flowers anyway.

repotted starts

That’s put me a bit behind on prepping garden beds. And I’ve started repotting baby plants that won’t be getting outside on time. But in good news, what I do have is a finalized list of everything that I’m growing this year.

This years garden plan includes: Amaranth, Anise Hyssop, Lettuce Leaf Basil, Contender Bush Beans, Cherokee Trail of Tears Beans, Mayflower Pole Beans, Purple Podded Beans, Pinto Beans, Old Homestead Pole Beans, Scarlet Runner Beans, Chioggia Beets, Borage, Calabrese Broccoli, Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage, Calendula, Muscade Carrots, Giant of Naples Cauliflower, Giant Prague Celeriac, German Chamomile, Rainbow Swiss Chard, Chives, Cockscomb, Golden Bantam Corn, Early Russian Cucumber, Parisian Pickling Cucumber, Dill, Echinacea, Listada de Gandia Eggplant, , Fenugreek, Feverfew, Garlic, Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch Kale, Ornamental Fringed Kale, Early White Vienna Kohlrabi, Lavender, Rocky Top Salad Mix, European Mesculun Salad Blend, Miner’s Lettuce, Red Gem Marigold, Golden Jenny Melon, Sugar Baby Watermelon, Mixed Dwarf Nasturtium, Pitres,Short Bush Red Cowhorn Okra, Greek Oregano, Triple Curled Parsley, Harris Model Parsnip, Alaska Shelling Peas, Sugar Snap Peas, Albino Bullnose peppers, Purple Peruvian Fingerling Potatoes, Agria Potatoes, Quinoa Kaslala, Philadelphia white Box Radish, Agate Soybean, New Zealand Spinach, Pattison Panache Squash, Spaghetti Squash, Delicata Squash, Early Golden Summer Crookneck Squash, Black Beauty Zucchini, St. Johns Wort, Mammoth Sunflower, Jersey Giant Tomato, Marmande Tomato, Shogoin Turnips, Tricolor Viola

Perennials established are: Asparagus, Comfrey, Egyptian Walking Onions, Fruit Cocktail Tree, 5-N-1 Apple Tree, Red Grapes, White Grapes, Raspberries, and Strawberries.

Indoors I currently have: Aloe, Bananas, Toothache Plant, Meyer Lemon, and herbs and lettuce in the Aeorgardens on top of my normal houseplants.


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  1. Bellen says:

    Your list is extensive and have wonderful choices. We are on our second planting of Contender Green Beans – they are blooming and have some tiny 1″ beans. The first planting is giving up – from about 30 plants we have had 10 servings of 3 oz each. The beans are almost all straight and 6″ long with great bean flavor. We are having an unusually hot spring – high 80s to low 90s and very dry. Many of my plants are stressed. The temps have caused blossom drop on many tomatoes but the Suhuaro peppers are over producing!

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