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 Post subject: Anyone here growing anything new and interesting in 2015?
PostPosted: Fri Mar 27, 2015 11:10 pm 
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Here's my list of foods I will be growing out there this season (I'm sure I forgot something). Tomato and pepper seeds going in this weekend, which made me think of this. And, yes, there are sweet peppers on the list! :o

TOMATOES

OLD
Bummble Bee Purple
Flaminco
Nichols Heirloom
Sunsugar
Sweet Carneros Pink


NEW
Amish Gold Slicer
Beauty king - wild boar
Bumblebee Sunrise
Cherokee Green
Faelan's 1st snow
Green Bomb
Green Tiger
Pink Tiger
Sweet Appertif
Wellington Big Zac

PEPPERS

OLD FAVORITES

Ancho, Mexican large
Fresno
Habaneros - Mustard
Red Savina
White Bullet
Hanoi Market
Lombak
Numex Big Jim
Superchili
Superthai
Thai Nippon Taka
Thai Red Demon
Thai Superhot (evergreenseeds.com)

NEW

7-pot Jonah
Aurora
Chinese Skinny Long
Fish Super Variegated
Numaex Sadia
Puya - new variety (hopefully)
Ring Of Fire
Santa Fe
Thai Dragon (always try new ones of these!)

SWEET

Carno D'Torro
Giant Aconcagua
Giant Red Marconi


BEANS
Lazy Wife Greasy pole
Potomac Pole
Red noodle

CANTELOUPE
Wellington

CUCUMBER
Barese
Diva
Iznik
W Indian Gherkin

EGGPLANT

OLD:
Hari
Ichiban
Neon

NEW:
Canna
Listada di Sandia
Lunga Nera di Chiocci
Negra Lisa
Petch Siam
Pusa Indian Purple round
Round Greek Black
Viserba

GREENS
Bok Choy
Komatsuna
Lettuce (several loose leaf types)
Mizuna
Senposai
Swiss Chard
Yu Choy

KOHLRABI
Grand Duke
Kolibri
Winner

OKRA
Burmese
Evertender
Jambalaya

ONION
Evergreen Hardy White Bunching

SQUASH, WINTER
Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck

TOMATILLO
Tamayo hybrid


I know...you want to know when I'll have time to eat all this. Believe me, I'll find the time! :mrgreen:

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 Post subject: Re: Anyone here growing anything new and interesting in 2015
PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2015 5:28 am 
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I'm actually going to cut the size of my garden this year and be way more selective about what I put in. What tomatoes I plant will be determined by what the local farmer's market vendor has, I just hope they have the mini orange tomatoes that we love.
My dad's neighbour that supplied me with the best heirloom tomatoes recently passed away, not sure if anyone will be planting the seeds he saved but my dad said that he would have a few plants for me. No idea of the name but it's a heart shaped red tomato, low yield (4-5 per plant) but large and hardly any seeds. A great salad tomato.


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PostPosted: Sat Mar 28, 2015 7:41 am 
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Dave,

Given that it was snowing in NYC this morning, I'm amazed that you can think about planting.

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Fuzzy,

It snowed 6" here eight days ago, and was 72° two days ago, but today it will struggle to get to 40°. But most of this stuff is planted indoors, for now, so I have to do it, no matter what it is like out there!

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