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Post  Josh on 2/17/2012, 6:11 pm

This years garden will be "Back in Black".

black Turtle Beans
black radish Spanish heirloom
black hokkaido watermelon
black knight carrot
black pearl cherry tomato
black cornflower
black pearl pepper
black peony poppy



Can you think of anything else I can add to it?

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Re: SFG is "Back in Black"

Post  camprn on 2/17/2012, 6:25 pm

Ugh! That riff was a tease!
Black Krim tomato
Black Beauty aubergine
Black Jack zucchini
Black Seeded Simpson lettuce


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Post  Furbalsmom on 2/17/2012, 6:32 pm


Nasturtium-Black Velvet

Japanese Trifele Black Tomato

Black King Eggplant

Dahlia-Black Beauty



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Post  RoOsTeR on 2/17/2012, 6:33 pm

Right on Josh! AC/DC is one of my favs

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Post  plantoid on 2/17/2012, 6:34 pm

Black eyed beans

Black eyed peas .

Blackfly on your broad beans ??? Wink

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Post  tomperrin on 2/17/2012, 6:41 pm

An interesting theme. Some of these are deep purple or red, but I wouldn't know for sure until they came up.



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Black Icicle Tomato

Black Mauri Tomato

Chicago warted hubbard

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Teide Lettuce

Nero Tondo Radish

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Re: SFG is "Back in Black"

Post  walshevak on 2/17/2012, 7:12 pm

going with the dark and reddish theme

redbor kale

chocolate habenero pepper

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Post  shannon1 on 2/18/2012, 12:39 am

cool Josh how about some black beauty eggplant. They are so dark purple they are nearly black.

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Re: SFG is "Back in Black"

Post  Goosegirl on 2/18/2012, 6:50 am

Josh wrote:This years garden will be "Back in Black".

black Turtle Beans
black radish Spanish heirloom
black hokkaido watermelon
black knight carrot
black pearl cherry tomato
black cornflower
black pearl pepper
black peony poppy



Can you think of anything else I can add to it?


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Post  lisaphoto on 2/18/2012, 10:36 am

I've heard lots of great reviews of black cherry tomatoes

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Post  camprn on 2/18/2012, 10:39 am

Black currants. Sadly we cannot grow them here in NH, it is illegal, because they are considered a vector of White Pine Rust. Sad

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Re: SFG is "Back in Black"

Post  quiltbea on 2/18/2012, 11:00 am

I grow Black Cherry tomatoes and they aren't even close to black. They are a dark wine red and often with green shoulders. But sooooo tasty and very prolific. We love them at our house. I even roast and freeze them for winter. Mmmmm good!



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Post  EatYourVeggies on 2/18/2012, 5:58 pm

A little before your time Josh, (like three life times), when the color was deemed unacceptable, the Rolling Stones suggested that we,
"Paint It Black" Cool


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Re: SFG is "Back in Black"

Post  Josh on 2/19/2012, 9:33 am

Thanks everyone for all the ideas! I'll be looking for some of those to add to my list!

EatYourVeggies OH YEAH Rolling Stones are AWESOME!

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Post  Windsor.Parker on 2/19/2012, 1:33 pm

Josh,
You've got me wondering if a "theme" could help my ANSFG planning? Hmmmm...

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