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Thursday, January 26, 2017

Edibles 2017

basil *
emily

bean
?snap: contender  (buff valentine) (bush)

carrot
scarlet nantes

cucumber
slicers: marketmore 76

garlic *
hard neck

kale
?blue curled scotch

kohlrabi *
early white vienna
purple vienna
?delicacy white

lettuce
leaf: salad bowl
leaf: red salad bowl
leaf: black seeded simpson
romaine: forellenschluss “speckled trout”
romaine:  red
soft head (butterhead) : buttercrunch

onion sets
ebenezer (white)

parsley *
giant of italy

pea
shelling types: little marvel (dwarf)
snow peas: melting sugar

pepper
bell: early summer:  starter plant
bell:  Valencia orange: starter plant
bell:  red knight X3R:  starter plant
bell:  California Wonder:  starter plant
jalapeno: mucho nacho: starter plant

radish
multi-colored: french breakfast
multi-colored: sparkler
multi-colored: scarlet turnip white tip
red: cherry belle
Malaga

squash, summer
early prolific straightneck
black beauty (zucchini)
early white bush scallop

squash, winter
table queen acorn
spaghetti
candy roaster

tomato
grape/cherry type:  sun sugar: starter plant
grape/cherry type: sweet 100: starter plant
plum/roma type: roma plum: starter plant

----- Perennials -----

asparagus *
jersey knight

mint *
?

winter onion
Egyptian Walking *

----- Do Not Purchase -----

squash, summer
lemon

* not on vegetable planting/harvesting calendar

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2 comments:

  1. What a nice variety! Couldn't help noticing a new variety of kohlrabi. Nice to see---they really haven't done much in breeding for them. I only ever see the white vienna and the purple vienna. My hubby enjoys them.
    Good luck with the garden this year. Hope you get plentiful rains.

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  2. You inspire me to know that Spring is coming. It is fun to plan ahead and get things organized ready to go.

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