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2009 Planting List

February 5, 2009

I don’t have to think quite as hard this year about what to plant. My gardening partner is very supportive. He gave me a “Victory Garden” seed collection for Christmas. This collection came with a good variety of vegetable seed, a couple of herbs and a packet of sunflower seeds all in a nice plastic pail. All of the seeds are heirloom and/or open pollinated so that I can save seeds from this year’s harvest to plant for next year. I also have a bit of seed left from last year and I have purchased a few more packets. All in all, I am thinking that this will be a very ambitious year for gardening.

Here is the list of seeds from the seed collection:

Bean, Dry/Shelling Pole-Bingo
Bean, Green Bush-Venture
Brussels Sprout-Rubine
Beet-Early Wonder Tall Top
Broccoli-Thompson
Cabbage-Derby Day
Carrot-Danvers
Cauliflower-Goodman
Corn-Golden Bantam
Cucumber-Wautoma
Kale-Winter Red
Kohlrabi-Superschmelz
Leek-Giant Musselburg
Lettuce-Heirloom Blend
Onion-Borrettana Cipollini
Pea-Oregon Pioneer
Pepper, Sweet-Cal Wonder 300
Pepper, Hot-Early Jalapeno
Pumpkin-Small Sugar
Radish-Altaglobe
Turnip-Purple Top White Globe
Spinach-Bloomsdale Savoy
Swiss Chard-Rhubarb
Squash, Summer-Black Beauty
Squash, Winter-Bush Delecata
Tomato-Gill’s All Purpose
Tomato-Saucey
Herb, Dill-Long Island Mammouth
Herb, Coriander-Santo
Flower, Sunflower-Mammoth Gray Stripe

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. lkw permalink
    February 14, 2009 2:31 am

    Looks like a nice group of seeds to try!

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