Saturday, January 30, 2010

Growing from Seed

Another snowfall just hit the ground today, but that hasn't discouraged me from believing that Spring is just around the corner. I'm gearing up for seed-sowing season, and once I have successfully mastered growing annuals & vegetables/greens from seed, I'll truly feel like I've "arrived" as an experienced gardener. I've set up a light garden in the basement, and hope to get going over the next few weeks. Below is a listing of the seeds I've ordered or received thus far:

Gurney's Seed Catalog
Big Beef Hybrid (VFFNT) Tomato
Buttercrunch Lettuce
Early Contender Bush Beans
Evergreen White Bunching Onion
Fairy Lilies
Lettuce Blend
Lucullus Swiss Chard Greens
Mammoth Dill Herbs
Sugar Ann Snap Pea
Sweet Banana Sweet Pepper
Sweet Bell Pepper Hybrid Mix
Vital Green Spinach

Washington Gardener's Seed Exchange
Barlow Columbine
Black Cherry Tomato
Campanula trachelium
Columbine Mix
Cup Flower, Nierembergia 'White Robe'
Garden Babies Butterhead lettuce
Poppy 'Laurens Grape'
Red Pepper
Rose Mallow (Lavetera trimestris)
Sumpter Cucumber
Tondina Maremmano


WashingtonGardener said...

Nice list from the Seed Exchange - definitely let us know how they do esp the poppies, I have never had luck with them.

Les said...

I just wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog. I am not generally a seed grower, being a bit impatient, but my brother and I are getting some unusual things from Baker Seeds, love their catalog.

Crystal said...

Here's to hoping my seed-growing experience will be a positive one! This is a 1st for me.


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