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what have you planted so far?

Posted by hillbilly_hydro 6 (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 25, 11 at 4:36

Here is what I have planted so far this year.
1.Golden Crown Hybrid Watermelon
2.New Queen Hybrid Watermelon
3.Marketmore 76 Cucumber
4.Golden Self-Blanching Celery
5.Packman Hybrid Broccoli
6.Big Bertha Hybrid Pepper
7.Super Heavyweight Hybrid Pepper
8.Little Sweetie Hybrid Muskmelon
9.Savor Charentais Hybrid Melon
10.Bloomsdale Long Standing Spinach
11.Sweet Baby Girl Hybrid Tomato
12.Burpees Better Boy Hybrid Tomato
13.Legend Tomato
14.Calmar Head Lettuce
15.Parris Island Romaine Lettuce
16.Sylvesta Lettuce
17.Danish Ballhead Cabbage
18.China Express Hybrid Chinese Cabbage
19.Fiero Hybrid Radicchio
20.Mary Washington Asparagus

What Do you have planted so far?

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RE: what have you planted so far?

Oh boy I got about 131 types planted, here is my list. :)

A Tree

RE: what have you planted so far?

This is fun! I will add my list in abit.

But... do you guys and gals just start seedlings for yourself? friends and familys? sell them?

Just curious, because sometimes I think I am crazy starting hundreds of seedlings just for about 6 of us!


RE: what have you planted so far?

i have an acre under glass all hydroponics so i plant 1000's of seeds every year. as far as the crops go i sell some and donate about 75% to the local food banks and plus give away to the poor and elderly

RE: what have you planted so far?

Okay, here is my list thus far.. I have about 50 or so more to direct sow or start in 3-4 weeks.....

Yep... I have lost my mind!

The latter part of the list are my brugmansias

Amaranthus Dreadlocks
Bacopa- Blutopia
Bacopa- Snowtopia
Balloon Flower
Basil- Genovese
Basil- Large Leaf Italian
Bean- Dragon Tongue Bush
Bean- Roma II Bush
Begonia Illumination
Begonia Nonstop Hybrid
Blanket Flower
Brussel Sprouts- L. Island Improved
Cabbage- Copenhagen Market
Cantaloupe- Hearts of Gold
Carrot- Chantenay Red Core
Carrot- Cosmic Purple
Carrot- Davers 126
Carrot- Muscade
Coneflower- Bravado
Corkscrew Vine
Corn- Broom Mulit-Color
Eggplant- Kazakhstan
Eggplant- Listada De Gandia
Eggplant- Long Purple
Eggplant- Rosa Blanca
Geranium- Elite Hybrid
Geranium- Orbit
Gourd- Turks Cap
Impatiens Athena
Impatiens Tempo
Kale- Flowering Maribor
Lettuce- Red Romaine
Lettuce- Red Salad Bowl
Lisianthus- Cinderella Lime
Lisianthus- El Paso
Onion- Golden Grande
Osteospermum Asti
Osteospermum Asti
Parsley- Krausa
Pea- Sugar Ann Snow Pole
Pepper- Black Hungarian
Pepper- California Wonder
Pepper- California Wonder
Pepper- Chinese 5 color
Pepper- Corno di Toro Giallo
Pepper- Italian Pepperoncini
Pepper- Jalapeno Craig's Grande
Pepper- Long Purple Cayenne
Pepper- Marbles
Pepper- Tabasco
Petunia Easy Wave
Petunia Milliflora Bella
Petunia Milliflora Bella
Petunia Tidal Wave
Petunia- Wave
Petunia Wave- Baby Duck
Pumpkin- Atlantic Giant
Pumpkin- Howden
Pumpkin- Jarrahdale
Pumpkin- Jaune Gros De Paris
Pumpkin- Marina Di Chioggia
Pumpkin- Musquee De Provence
Pumpkin- Rouge Vif D'Etampes
Pumpkin- Triamble/Shamrock
Pyrethrum- James Kelway
Radish- Cherry Belle
Radish- Early Scarlet Globe
Rudbeckia- Goldstrum Strain
Shasta Daisy P
Toad Lily
Tomatillo- Purple Cobain
Tomato- Ananas Noir
Tomato- Beefsteak
Tomato- Cherokee Spudakee
Tomato- Crimson Crush Beefsteak
Tomato- Dr. Wyche's Yellow
Tomato- Green Zebra
Tomato- Homestead
Tomato- Missouri Pink Love Apple
Tomato- Moneymaker
Tomato- Peardrops
Tomato- Razzleberry
Tomato- Reisetomate
Tomato- Riesentraube
Tomato- Rutgers
Verbena Imagination
Zucchini- Golden Squash
Zucchini- Lungo Bianco

Double Delight
Ludgers Windsong
Miss Calie
Naughty Nick
Olympic Flame
Peaches and Cream
Pink Perfection
Santa Rosa
Shooting Stars
Snow Cone
Super Nova
White NOID
Painted Lady
Strawberry and Cream
Pink Beauty
Cupid's Blush
Mon Amour de Mareuil


RE: what have you planted so far?

Has anybody started rudbeckia "cherokee purple"? I got some free seeds and started them but I'm wondering if they'll bloom this year? According to what I've read, they're not winter hardy, so how do I overwinter them so that they bloom next year?

RE: what have you planted so far?

Just wanted to share my excitement of discovering that I am now growing a quince plant! Last December I managed to find quinces at the farmer's market and later tried saving and planting the seeds. Unfortunately, I really didn't do my research beforehand about properly saving the seeds, and they got moldy. The seeds I planted never sprouted, and I figured I did something wrong.

HOWEVER, despite my poor gardening skills one quince seed has managed to sprout! I completely forgot about it until the leaves popped up. Nature finds its own way. I am going to be hovering over that thing for the next six months, watching it grow.

And this may be my imagination, but I can almost swear that the little seedling has a faint, sweet quince fragrance.

RE: what have you planted so far?

Blueheron: Most annual Rudbeckias bloom the first year even here up north with our short summers, so you should have no problem. By the way, you may want to check the name: the annual Rudbeckia I know is Cherokee Sunset.

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