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Old April 25, 2023   #61
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That's more than impressive, Darryl.
I see a couple of my favorites there.

In my cold climate "glacier" starts early and ends late. It seems like there are always a couple of snack-sized tomatoes ready.

Thanks for sharing.

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Old April 26, 2023   #62
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Darryl---That is quite a list !!!


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Old April 27, 2023   #63
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More like "half a list". That is about half the varieties and half the plants I am growing this year. Why so many? I have a ton of tomato seed that are 10 years old and at the very edge of able to grow. I'm renewing as many varieties as possible. I also purchased some seed this year to bring fresh seed in for varieties that are easily bought from a few sellers.
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Old April 30, 2023   #64
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The bees are now feasting on the collards and kale from the fall. Planted garlic in the fall also. Onions and Broccoli in early spring. Lettuce, Arugula and Spinach in containers in the fall.


Tomatoes


Arkansas Traveler
Monomakh's Hat
Lynnwood
Burgundy Traveler
Amish Gold Slicer
Atkinson
Captain Lucky
Druzba
Boxcar Willie
Jetsetter


Pepper - King Arthur


Pole Beans


Blue Lake
Rattlesnake
Violet's Multi Colored beans


Squash - Ingot



Muskmelon


Hearts of Gold
Piel de Sapo
Anne Arundel


Watermelon


Sugar Baby
Blacktail Mountain


Sweet Potato


Covington
Virginia Baker
A white variety, I think it is Bonita


Asparagus - Mary Washington


Okra - Silver Queen



More Sweet Potatoes and less tomatoes this year and I am sure I am leaving something out


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Old July 1, 2023   #65
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Update to my grow list


Sweet Potatoes added


10 Vardaman and a mix of 8 different varieties. 20 plants total. 2 of all and 3 of some


PURPLE-RED SKIN, WHITE FLESH-- (1) Delaware Purple
WHITE FLESH---- (2) White Queen, (2) White Triumph, (2) Sumor
ORANGE FLESH--(2) Beauregard, (2) Copper Jewel, (2) Hernandez, (2) Topaz



There were 5 extra and they came in the mail in 1 day. only 150 miles away


Pole Beans


Added King of the Garden


The Blue Lake is great except for the Japanese Beetle love then too


Also added Thorogreen bush beans
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