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What are you planning on planting this year?

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What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  itsablondething on 3/4/2011, 12:26 pm

I know you are all planning your gardens already, so what are you planning on?

I have limited space, but have as many square foot beds as I can fit in.

I also will get the large majority of my fresh produce from a local CSA that grows their veggies organically.

So I am thinking about what I can grow more in a storage sense.

Sugar snap peas for the freezer.

Radishes, because I can't get enough.

Tomatoes for the canner (spaghetti sauce, salsa, jarred tomatoes, stewed tomatoes)

Garlic (planted a big crop this past fall)

storage onions (can't believe how expensive they've gotten)

Lima beans (for the freezer)

Hot peppers for the salsa

Lots of herbs. Tons of basil to freeze pesto for the winter.

Hoping the strawberries newly planted last year produce this year.

Spinach, chard for the freezer

Beets, for the greens and canned pickled beets.

Butternut and buttercup squash because they are so yummy and I never get enough from the CSA.

?Maybe try my hand at potatoes this year?

?Thinking about putting in an asparagus bed??

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Re: What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  kimbertangleknot on 3/4/2011, 7:01 pm

Tomatoes, tomatoes, tomatoes.
Ordered garlic, hasn't arrived, making me mad.
Herbs, herbs, herbs, out front of my house.
Beans, beans, beans, oh and more beans, and maybe a little more just to make sure I have enough.
A melon or two.
A pumpkin or two.
Hot peppers, mild peppers, sweet peppers.
Carrots for the test thingie!
And uh, some green stuff, like lettuce and what not, a gourd, that's about it for summer/spring!
Oh and radishes.
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Re: What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  happycamper on 3/4/2011, 8:10 pm

Here is my planting list for this year. This is my master list that takes me through spring, summer, fall and winter planting.

Amaranth – Autumn Touch
Quinoa – Brightest Brilliant Rainbow Organic
Nasturtium – Jewel mix
Clover – New Zealand White Clover
Echinacea - Pow Wow Wild Berry
Stevia
Radish
Garlic
Rutabaga
Kohlrabi
Salsify
Carrots
Parsnips – spring and fall
Lettuce – spring and fall
Turnip – Purple top white globe
Golden ball
7 Top
New Zealand Spinach
Spinach – Olympia
Bloomsdale
Malibar
Beet – Detroit Dark Red
Bull’s Blood
Onion – Scallions
Radish
Chicken Chow Lettuce Mix
Tomato – Organic Oregon Spring
Organic Roma VF
Cherry (large red)
Sweetie
San Marzano
Swiss Chard
Kale
Squash – yellow Straightneck
Squash – Acorn
Squash – Round Zucchini
Squash – Black Beauty zucchini
Cucumber – Burpless
Cucumber – pickling
Watermelon – Sugar Baby
Beans – Kentucky Wonder Pole
Royal Burgundy Bush
Harvester Bush
Roma – Bush Flat Italian
Top Crop – Bush (petite)
Tendergreen
Scarlet Runner
White Half Runner
Peas – Oregon Sugar Pod II
Progress #9
Alaska
Brussel Sprouts – Long Island
Mustard – Tokyo Bekana
Tatsoi
Parsley – Dark Green Italian
Moss Curled
Sage
Catnip
Lemon Balm
Pepper – Hungarian Hot Wax.
Sweet Banana
Cilantro/Coriander
Chives
Arugula

Fruit not included, I tend to list them differently. I do freeze, can and dehydrate some items for long term storage. I usually list things by planting season and it makes it look like too much in one list. Hope I have room.
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Re: What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  Goosegirl on 3/5/2011, 7:11 am

So far, the plan is:
Asparagus
Spinach
Orange Bell Peppers
Green Beans
Dragon Beans
Tomatoes - several kinds
Carrots - several colors
Broccoli
Kohlrabi
Cucumbers
Snow Peas (we have plenty of the snow, waiting for the time for the peas Very Happy )
Yukon Gold Potatoes
Lettuce - mixed varieties
Onions
Basil
Cilantro
Catnip
Borage
Oregano
Dill
Rosemary
Sage
Nasturtium
Morning Glories
Calendula
Marigolds
Love-In-A-Mist
Cosmos
Lupine
Zinnia

Looks like so much more than it is when it is listed out like this!

TC
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Oh my

Post  itsablondething on 3/5/2011, 9:26 am

Good luck with the morning glories... I planted them once, they were beautiful for a couple of years, and then took over... they started growing in the middle of my yard. They were horribly invasive! I shudder now everytime I hear the word! Smile

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Re: What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  FarmerValerie on 3/5/2011, 9:31 am

I have a special spot for my morning glories, they have a lattice to climb, and they have an area 6" x 3' wide to grow in, anything else gets pulled up. It's right outside my kitchen window and hides the shop & junk hubby drags home from my view. But yes they can go everywhere, but mine also house lizards, so I have no plans on moving it. In fact hubby wants to expand the porch, I am moving part of my kitchen/herb garden, but the box with the morning glories, my tea rose, and lemon balm are staying put, he can work around them!!!
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Re: What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  Megan on 3/5/2011, 12:25 pm

Tentative plan.....

Front yard
(In addition to existing flowers and herbs)

Cilantro
Catnip
Basil
Onion - Potato
Onion - Egyptian Walking
Onion - assorted
Garlic - hard neck
Garlic - soft neck
Strawberry - Yellow Wonder Wild
Chard - Five Color Silverbeet
Lettuce - Drunken Woman
Lettuce - Merveille des Quatres Saisons
Lettuce - Spicy Mesclun Mix
Mustard - Japanese Red Giant
Spinach - Bloomsdale Long Standing
Celosia - Flamingo Feather
Nasturtium - Dwarf Jewel Mix
Marigold - Harlequin
Marigold - Moonlight
Swamp Milkweed - Ice Ballet
Blue Hyssop
Borage
Lavender
Lantana
Rat's Tail Radish

Back yard

Catnip
Coleus - Rainbow Floral Mix
Celery - Tendercrisp
Bean - Molly Frazier's White CutShort
Cowpea - California Blackeye
Pea - Sugar Spring, Snap Pea edible pod
Pea - Garden, Lincoln
Pole Bean - Cherokee Trail of Tears
Pole Bean - Christmas Lima
Pak Choi - Extra Dwarf
Broccoli di Cicco
Broccoli - Spigarello
Broccoli - Rapini
Cabbage - Premium Late Flat Dutch
Cauliflower - Snowball Self-Blanching
Beet - Golden
Mustard - Japanese Red Giant
Kohlrabi - Early Purple Vienna
Carrot - White Belgian (Blanche A Collet Vert)
Carrot - St. Valery
Carrot - Nantes
Carrot - Parisienne
Parsnip - Hollow Crown
Kale - Vates Dwarf Blue
Kale - Ragged Jack / Russian Red
Cucumber - Poona Kheera
Cucumber - White Wonder
Tomatillo
Dill
Pepper - Corbaci sweet
Pepper - Ozark Giant
Pepper - Red Mushroom hot
Radish - Long Black Spanish
Radish - White Hailstone
Squash - White Scallop
Squash - Zucchino Rampicante (Zucca D'Albenga)
Squash - Crookneck Early Golden Summer
Pumpkin - Rouge Vif D' Etampes
Watermelon - Golden Midget
Potato - var. TBD
Sweet Potao
Tomato - Cherokee Purple
Tomato - Gold Medal
Tomato - Gilbertie Paste
Tomato - Melon Tigger Striped
Tomato - Black Cherry
Tomato - Matt's Wild Cherry

Here's the rough plan:
https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&pid=explorer&chrome=true&srcid=0B_KybWIO3JQGMmMzYWY3ZjItZjQ4Ny00MmU3LThlYTEtMDY4MjY2NGEzOGYz&hl=en
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Re: What are you planning on planting this year?

Post  itsablondething on 3/5/2011, 11:16 pm

You all have some awesome gardens planned! I always have more seeds than I have room! LOL.

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