Seed List 2009

Temperatures are starting to rise – we’ll pretend the 2 inch snowfall last Thursday didn’t happen – and I actually discovered the first cherry blossoms on Lake Washington Boulevard. Naturally we’re itching to get things growing in the garden, and we’ve been poring over seed catalogs putting together our seed list for 2009.

It’s not easy – so many wonderful, delicious, or just weird things we could grow. But we were reasonable and restricted ourselves to this small list of vegetables. It’s going to be a great gardening season!

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Amaranth

Bleeding

Peppers

Chinese giant,
sweet bell

Artichoke

Green Globe

Peppers

Jalapeno, chile

Arugula

 

Peppers

Mulato, chile

Asparagus

Jersey Knight,
Purple Passion

Pole Beans

Italian

Beet

round

Potato

German butterball

Brussel Sprouts

 

Potato

Rose finn

Bush Beans

Sonoran Gold

Potato

Banana

Bush Beans

French filet

Potato

La Ratte

Cabbage

Parel,
Danish ballhead

Potato

Ozette

Celery Root

Brilliant Celeriac

Potato

Yukon gold

Chard

green

Pumpkin

Sugar pie

Chard

Magenta swiss

Radishes

Sparkler

Corn

Stowell’s

Shallots

Old German

Cucumber

Orient Express

Spinach

Bloomsdale

Eggplant

 

Sunflower

Giant p-patch

Greens

mixed

Sunflower

Mongolian

Kale

Lacinato

Sunflower

Mammoth gray stripe

Mache

Vit Corn

Tomato

Polish, sauce

Onion

red Bermuda

Tomato

Romanescu, slicing

Onion

sweet

Tomato

Sun gold, cherry

Parsley Root

 

Tomato

Peace vine, cherry

Peas

Oregon Snow

Tomato

Matt’s wild, cherry

Peas, Shelling

Dakota

Tomato

Zebra, green striped

Peas

Mammoth sugar

Squash

Sunburst
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