Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Seed Order

I placed my seed order last week, a bit later than intended, I was too absorbed in sorting out the fruit patch.
Here is the main list, the letters in brackets are the codes on the Organic Gardening Catalogue
There will be a few other things to get, mainly from Pennards - that especially means my seed potatoes, which I shall get at the Potato Day, this weekend. (There is a lovely article about our Potato Day here).

BASIL Lettuce Leaved (HBBE)
BEETROOT Boltardy 15g (BEBO1)
BEETROOT Cylindra (BECY)
BEETROOT Moneta (BEMO)
BROCCOLi Purple Sprouting Early (BRPO)
BROCCOLI Purple Sprouting Late (BRPL)
BROCCOLI Rudolph (BREX)
BRUSSELS SPROUT (Late) Seven Hills (BSSH)
BRUSSELS SPROUT (Mid) Igor F1 (BSIG)
CABBAGE Christmas Drumhead (CBCD)
CABBAGE January King (CBJK)
CABBAGE Marner Lagerrot (Storing Red) (CBML)
CABBAGE Myatt's Offenham (CBON)
CALABRESE Green Sprouting (CAGS)
CARROT Amsterdam Forcing 15gr (CRAM1)
CARROT Flakee (CRFK)
CARROT Resistafly F1 (CRRF)
CLIMBING BEAN Barlotta Lingua di Fuoco (FBLF)
CLIMBING BEAN Neckar Queen (FBNQ)
COURGETTE Segev F1 (COSE)
CRESS American or Land (CSUS)
CUCUMBER Melen F1 (Mini) (CUME)
KALE Dwarf Green Curled (KADW)
LEEK Bandit (LKBA)
LEEK Swiss Giant, Zermatt (LKZE)
LETTUCE Amorina (LEAR)
LETTUCE Bedford (LEBD)
LETTUCE Belize (LEBZ)
ONION Crimson Forest (ONCF)
ONION Ramrod 10g (ONRM1)
PARSLEY Italian Giant (PSIG)
PARSNIP Gladiator F1 (PAGL)
PEA Rapido Petit Pois (PERA)
PEA Sugar Pea Norli (PESP)
PEA Sugar Snap LARGE (PESS)
RADISH French Breakfast (RAFB)
ROCKET Esmee (ROES)
ROCKET Rucola (ROCK)
SWEDE Helenor (SWHE)
TOMATO Alicante (TOAL)
TOMATO Ferline F1 (TOFE)
TOMATO Sweet Million (TOMN)

9 comments:

ahomespunyear said...

Hi, thenks for visitng our blog. Your blog looks full of good advice so I'll definitely be back to find out more about growing veg in our tiny plot. Noreen has a lot more space, lucky thing!

Anna said...

Oh wow that is some list. Interesting to know that you seed few different types of each. Hey did you forget the garlic, lol. Hope all is well, Anna :)

Heskie said...

Oh yes, the garlic and some onions and shallots are already in, they over-wintered, along with the broad beans. I had to transplant some of the spare bean seedlings yesterday into the rows where the severe frosts had knocked out some plants.

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Anna said...

Just dropped by to see how is your gardening going. Anna :)

Annie's Granny said...

Heskie, is everything alright with you? It's not like you to go so long without blogging, you have me worried.

Heskie said...

It is always good to have your comments and thank you for your concern Annie's Granny, but everything is fine here, I just haven't been in the blogosphere very much of late.
The veggie plot isn't doing too badly, but we really need rain here - that's the main worry at the moment.

Annie's Granny said...

I'm happy to hear you are well. I've missed you, and it looks like Anna had the same concerns!