Seed Order for 2012 and Tamarind Seed Give-Away

Seed collection before order

Yesterday Amie and I spent hours looking through the seed catalogs and the seeds I have left over. In the end I opted to go just with Fedco. In my defense, I ordered very few seeds last year!

249 – Maxibel Bush Haricots Verts OG ( C=8oz)
298 – Windsor Fava Bean ( B=8oz)
344 – Jacobs Cattle Bean OG ( A=2oz)
732 – Early Frosty Shell Pea ( B=8oz)
788 – Mayfair Shell Pea OG ( B=8oz)
893 – Sugarsnap Snap Pea OG ( B=8oz) 1
1311 – Boothbys Blonde Slicing Cucumber OG ( B=2g)
1382 – Super Zagross Middle Eastern Slicing Cucumber ( B=1/4oz)
1457 – Costata Romanesca Zucchini OG ( B=1/4oz)
1460 – Tromboncino Summer Squash ( B=1/4oz) 1
1539 – Early Summer Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash OG ( B=1/4oz)
1590 – Bennings Green Tint Patty Pan Summer Squash ( B=1/4oz)
2042 – Scarlet Nantes Carrot ( B=1/2oz)
2079 – Scarlet Keeper Carrot OG ( A=1g)
2300 – Takinogawa Burdock ( B=1/2oz)
2306 – Andover Parsnip OG ( A=1/8oz)
2439 – Evergreen Hardy White Scallion ( B=1/8oz)
2449 – New York Early Onion OG ( B=1/8oz)
2489 – Dakota Tears Onion OG ( B=1/8oz)
2490 – Rossa di Milano Onion ( B=1/8oz)
2510 – Space Spinach ( B=1/2oz)
2712 – Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce OG ( B=4g)
2767 – Les Oreilles du Diable Lettuce OG (Devils Ears) ( B=2g)
2791 – Tango Lettuce OG ( B=2g)
2865 – Rouge dHiver Lettuce ( B=4g)
2919 – Pablo Lettuce OG ( A=1g)
3031 – Fordhook Giant Chard ( B=1/8oz)
3036 – Bright Lights Chard ( B=1/8oz)
3049 – Claytonia ( C=2g)
3096 – Good King Henry Chenopodium or Goosefoot ( B=1g)
3102 – Verte de Cambrai Mâche ( C=1/2oz)
3114 – Large-Leaf Round Mâche ( C=1/2oz) 1
3122 – Minutina ( B=1/8oz)
3158 – Gigante dItalia Parsley ( B=1/8oz)
3182 – Golden Purslane OG ( B=1g)
3222 – Tatsoi OG ( B=1/8oz)
3228 – Early Mizuna OG ( B=1/8oz)
3344 – Diablo Brussels Sprouts ( A=0.5g)
3634 – Tango Celery OG ( A=0.1g)
3678 – Applegreen Eggplant OG ( B=0.4g)
3691 – Rosa Bianca Eggplant OG ( B=0.4g)
3706 – King of the North Sweet Pepper OG ( A=0.2g)
3735 – Chocolate Sweet Pepper OG ( A=0.2g)
3810 – New Ace Sweet Pepper ( A=0.2g)
4018 – Glacier Tomato OG ( B=0.4g)
4032 – Ida Gold Tomato OG ( B=0.4g)
4045 – Garden Peach Tomato OG ( A=0.2g)
4059 – Cherokee Purple Tomato OG ( A=0.2g)
4065 – Jubilee Tomato OG ( A=0.2g)
4106 – Honeydrop Cherry Tomato ECO ( A=0.2g)
4115 – Black Cherry Tomato OG ( A=0.2g)
4418 – Genovese Basil ( B=10g)
4470 – Thai Basil ( B=4g)
4517 – Caribe Cilantro OG ( A=1g)
4522 – Cumin ( A=0.5g)

That tube, in the lower left corner of the picture, it has tamarind seeds in it. If anyone is interested, comment and I’ll send you one. Hurry, the supply is quite limited.

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3 Comments

  1. I live on Connecticut, and I didn’t know tamarind would grow this far north! One of my garden goals is to try growing things that aren’t supposed to grow in my zone, just to see if they will. Coffee would be nice. Or sugar cane. :-)

  2. Love the photo. And who but another gardener would guess how much fun it is to read someone else’s shopping list! Are you saving seed from all those varieties of tomato without cross pollination?

    I’ve seen quite a few recommendations for Fedco and really wanted to give them a try this yea. I could not, however, find on their website how to get a print catalogue. The pdf versions are frustrating for me because my brain (and wrists) just don’t do all the scrolling very well.

    I looked up tamarind, but read it’s frost sensitive, so it wouldn’t do well here. Maybe if I ever figure out where to put a bunch of big potted plants……

  3. I can’t imagine I could grow tamarind here in England. I don’t even know what the plant looks like, so will research it soon.
    Our seed delivery came today.
    I still have to put in my heritage seed order. thanks for the reminder.

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