Canadian in Candia

March 18, 2009

Planned Veggies in the Patch

Filed under: Garden — Tags: , — Miriam @ 1:02 am

This is my first venture in any real garden so I’m trying to learn as many plants as possible. Luckily I have a lot of room in my yard and I’m willing to learn. I’m pretty excited about all the fresh vegetables.

Royal Burgundy Bush Bean
Dragon Langerie Bush Wax Bean
Multicolored Pole Bean Mix
Black Kabouli Garbanzo Bean
Jackson Wonder Bush Lima Bean
Calypso Bean
Midnight Black Turtle Bean
Sugar Ann Snap Pea

Moon and Stars Watermelon
Sweet Favorite Watermelon
Black Zucchini
Early Summer Yellow Crookneck Summer Squash
Burgess Buttercup Winter Squash
Waltham Butternut Winter Squash
Lumina Pumpkin
Howden Pumpkin

Over the Rainbow Carrot Mix
Chioggia Beet
Cranberry Red Potato
Onaway White Potato
All-Blue Potato

Salad Bowl Lettuce
Cracoviensis Lettuce
Wild Garden Spring Mix Lettuce
Wild Garden Summer Mix Lettuce
Wild Garden Fall & Winter Mix Lettuce
Broccoli Blend
Roodnerf Brussels Sprouts

Diamond Eggplant
Rosa Bianca Eggplant
Principe Borghese Cherry Tomato
Heirloom Tomato Mix
California Wonder Pepper

Catnip
Autumn Beauty Mix Sunflower

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2 Comments »

  1. Wow, how will you have room for all of that? You must have a huge yard!!! Exciting that you’re growing your own veggies though, that’s great. Organic too?

    Comment by Neal — March 21, 2009 @ 5:37 am

    • We plan on growing a little bit of everything, not a full packet’s worth. But we do have 2 acres so I’ll probably have at least 1/2 acre’s worth of garden/chickens. It’s all going to be organic heirloom breeds. I’m excited to be a little more self sufficient.

      Comment by candiacrew — March 21, 2009 @ 11:25 am


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