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Post  lisaphoto on 3/31/2012, 5:15 pm

So
far the garden includes (or is going to include this year) peach trees,
raspberries, blueberries, lots and lots of tomatoes, artichokes,
asparagus, lettuces and arugula, garlic, spinach, onions, cucumbers,
strawberries, broccoli, broccolini, cauliflower, cabbage, kale, swiss
chard, rhubarb, shallots, 4 kinds of basil, rosemary, thyme, oregano,
sage, green peppers, lavender, dill, 3 kinds of hot peppers, corn, green
beans, a few kinds of winter squash, zucchini, leeks, cilantro,
and chives.


All in a small little back yard in the middle of suburbia.
Most in SFG, some in ground, a lot in containers. Anyone else would think this list is pretty ridiculous, but I'm sure you all grow even more.
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Re: This year's list

Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 3/31/2012, 5:36 pm

That garden list looks awesome. What tomato varieties are you growing?
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Post  RoOsTeR on 3/31/2012, 7:43 pm

Great looking list Lisa

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Re: This year's list

Post  lisaphoto on 4/1/2012, 6:21 pm

I forgot snow peas, eggplant, potatoes, carrots, ground cherries, beets, and maybe turnips and parsnips.

Tomatoes are (from memory b/c I'm too lazy to look)
Rutgers,
Marglobe?
Ananas Noire
Black cherry
Cherokee Purple
Remy Rouge
Bush Goliath
Orange Minsk
Riesenstraube
Rio Grand
College Challenger
Aussie ____
Pera d'Abruzzo
Brandywine
Dr. Lyle
Beef Master
Early Girl
Ernesto
Chapman
and some dwarf cherry I bought at home depot yesterday
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Post  camprn on 4/1/2012, 6:27 pm

@lisaphoto wrote:I forgot snow peas, eggplant, potatoes, carrots, ground cherries, beets, and maybe turnips and parsnips.

Tomatoes are (from memory b/c I'm too lazy to look)
Rutgers,
Marglobe?
Ananas Noire
Black cherry
Cherokee Purple
Remy Rouge
Bush Goliath
Orange Minsk
Riesenstraube
Rio Grand
College Challenger
Aussie ____
Pera d'Abruzzo
Brandywine
Dr. Lyle
Beef Master
Early Girl
Ernesto
Chapman
and some dwarf cherry I bought at home depot yesterday

Shocked W O W !
Ambitious. Where are you going to grow all of those? And what are you going to do with all those tomatoes?

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Re: This year's list

Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 4/1/2012, 6:32 pm

@lisaphoto wrote:I forgot snow peas, eggplant, potatoes, carrots, ground cherries, beets, and maybe turnips and parsnips.

Tomatoes are (from memory b/c I'm too lazy to look)
Rutgers,
Marglobe?
Ananas Noire
Black cherry
Cherokee Purple
Remy Rouge
Bush Goliath
Orange Minsk
Riesenstraube
Rio Grand
College Challenger
Aussie ____
Pera d'Abruzzo
Brandywine
Dr. Lyle
Beef Master
Early Girl
Ernesto
Chapman
and some dwarf cherry I bought at home depot yesterday

That's awesome. You have me beat!
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Re: This year's list

Post  lonewolfrissy on 4/1/2012, 10:31 pm

It doesn't seem ridiculous to me. I'm just starting out and want to try growing everything! Laughing Except for grapefruits and I need to take baby steps. Grapefruits are a little too bitter for me.
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Re: This year's list

Post  GWN on 4/1/2012, 10:47 pm

Your garden endeavours sounds pretty close to mine, except I only have 5 tomato varieties planted.
I am ALSO curious what you are going to do with all of those tomatoes, I have about 45 tomato plants growing, and I HAVE plans for every tomato.
Just curious what are your plans. Smile
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Post  Too Tall Tomatoes on 4/1/2012, 11:07 pm

@GWN wrote:Your garden endeavours sounds pretty close to mine, except I only have 5 tomato varieties planted.
I am ALSO curious what you are going to do with all of those tomatoes, I have about 45 tomato plants growing, and I HAVE plans for every tomato.
Just curious what are your plans. Smile

45 tomato plants??? Whoah!

I thought I was nuts. What a Face
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Re: This year's list

Post  Thornesworld on 4/2/2012, 1:01 am

Let's see... What does my list include so far?
Asparagus (from my 7 year old beds... yummy every day harvests)
3 varieties of heirloom tomatoes (beefsteak, mexican midgets and a tasmanian chocolate! Yum! I can't wait to see how those do!) 5 peppers (1 sweet and 4 varieties from warm to super hot) Eggplant (for a friend- I hate the stuff), swiss chard, various salad greens (scatter seeded and picked young- no heads for me), chives, basil (3 varieties), dill (2) broccoli, cukes (3 varieties- my fav being lemon cukes. so yummy), salsify, zucchini, yellow crookneck and straight squash, carrots, leeks, beans, (I think 3 varieties of beans too), corn, muskmelons, watermelons and some interesting heirlooms, some winter squash... I think there is more but my brain is fried. lol
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Post  AvaDGardner on 4/2/2012, 1:45 am

@lisaphoto wrote:I forgot snow peas, eggplant, potatoes, carrots, ground cherries, beets, and maybe turnips and parsnips.

Weezie...I wondered if you were going to grow ground cherries again. How did they do last year? Funny little things. They remind me a tomatios...those green paper wrapped tomato-like things.

I thought of a possible solution for catching them & keep them off the ground...an upside down cloth bag? Like a reverse parachute? Attach the bottom around the stem, leave 'sag' room to catch the cherries, cover the plant and attach the top to a stake or teepee?

The fabric would be light and thin like tulle or floating cover...think it would work?

Now to have a super small one for strawberries to keep them free of roly poly bugs!
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Re: This year's list

Post  shannon1 on 4/2/2012, 2:52 am

Wow Lisa I'm just blown away.
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Re: This year's list

Post  curio on 4/2/2012, 9:56 am

Our list includes:
Tomatoes (SubArctic Plenty, Legend, Black Krim, Siberia, Gold Nugget)
Sweet Peppers (YumYum Gold, mini red, mini yellow)
Brussels Sprouts (Long Island Improved, Rubine *purple*)
Broccoli (di Cicco, Calabrese)
Cabbage (Golden Acre *spring*, Late Flat Dutch *fall*)
Cauliflower (Early Snowball)
Kale (Dwarf Blue)
Beets (Ruby Queen)
Turnip (Seven Top... grown for greens)
Carrot (multi colored blend, Merida for overwinter)
Parsnip (Andover)
Peas (sugar sprint, Oregon snow)
Corn (Earlivee Hybrid)
Beans (French filet, Blue Lake, Cherokee Wax, Purple Queen)
Lettuce (mixed leaf, red/green romaine, Red Iceberg)
Onions (long season red/white/yellow, Walla Walla)
Leeks (King Richard)
Celery (Utah Improved, Redventure)
Cucumber (Boothby's Blonde, Green Fingers *Persian*, Miniature White)
Potatoes (Yukon Gold, Peruvian Purple, German Butterball, French Fingerling, Russian Banana)
Shallots
Garlic (early, late, elephant)

Herbs:
Lime Basil
Lemon Basil (Mrs Burns)
Fernleaf Dill
Curled Parsley
Borage
Lemon Balm
Pineapple Mint
Coriander
Lemon thyme
Orange Balsam thyme
English thyme
Camomile
Chives
Garlic chives
Oregano
Purple Sage
Variegated Sage

Fruit:
Strawberries (June & everbearing)
Raspberries (yellow and red)
Blueberries (four varieties, including Pink Lemonade)
Honeycrisp Apple
Asian Pear
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Re: This year's list

Post  nycquilter on 4/2/2012, 2:16 pm

sheesh, I can't remember everything I'm planning on growing now, without my list and plan in front of me...

asparagus, the beds are in their 4th year

onions, yellow and cioppolini and shallots and red

broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, bok choy, red and gold beets, chinese chives, green beans, peas, fava beans, zucchini, pumpkin, luffa gourds, strawberries, garlic, potatoes, carrots, parsnips, roma tomato, indigo blue tomato, a container tomato (labelled as such, a freebie from Park), cucumbers, brussels sprouts, lettuces and mustards, parsley, cilantro/coriander (for seeds too), arugula,

fruit includes black raspberry, red currants, gooseberries, strawberries, cherry tree, pear trees, apple trees, plum trees, crabapple,



I'm sure there's more but can't recall right now. I started some seeds two weeks ago and all I can say is wooo hoooo! the grow station my DH built me is working beautifully!!

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