Saturday, May 4, 2013

Plant List, 2013


You may spot some flowers listed, that's to help Mrs Soggy, or bees (or both)

BASIL Lettuce Leaved
BEAN CLIMBING Borlotta Lingua di Fuoco
BEAN CLIMBING Fasold
BEAN CLIMBING, Moonlight
BEAN BROAD Aquadulce Claudia
BEETROOT Boltardy
BEETROOT Cylindra
BROCCOLI Purple Sprouting Red Arrow
BROCCOLI Tenderstem
BRUSSELS SPROUT Bosworth F1
BRUSSELS SPROUT Revenge F1
CABBAGE Celtic F1
CABBAGE Christmas Drumhead
CABBAGE Marner Early Red
CABBAGE Ruby Ball F1
CABBAGE Tundra F1
CALABRESE Belstar F1
CARROT Amsterdam Forcing
CARROT Autumn King 2
CARROT Fly Away F1
CELERIAC Monarch
COSMOS Brightness Mixed
COURGETTE Black Forest F1 (Upright)
CRESS American or Land
CUCUMBER Bella F1
GARLIC Thermidrome
GARLIC Elephant
GREEN MANURE, Mustard
GREEN MANURE, Phacelia (sown on bank for the bees)
KALE Dwarf Green Curled
LEEK Giant Winter
LEEK Oarsman F1
LETTUCE Little Gem
LETTUCE Lollo Rossa
MARIGOLD French
ONION Salad Performer
ONION Senshyo Yellow
ONION Troy
ONION White Lisbon Winter Hardy
PAK CHOI Green F1
PARSNIP Panache F1 (T&M)
PARSNIP Pinacle F1 (T&M)
PEA Mange Tout Kennedy
PEA Mange Tout Norli
PEA Oregon Sugar Pod
PEA Rapido Petit Pois
PEA Twinkle
POTATO British Queen 2E (White Fl)
POTATO Casablanca 1E (White Multi)
POTATO Charlotte 2E (White Firm)
POTATO Harlequin EM (Waxy)
POTATO Orla, EM (Multi)
POTATO Rosabelle 1E (Waxy)
POTATO Sherine 1E (Floury)
POTATO Premier 1E (Floury)
POTATO Toluca 2E (Multi)
ROCKET Salad
RUBBECKIA Cherry Brandy
SALAD Leaves Speedy
SHALLOT Jermor
SPINACH Medania
SPINACH Tirza
SUNFLOWER Giant Single
SWEDE Magres
SWEET PEA King Size Navy Blue
TOMATO Black Prince
TOMATO Cosmonaut Volcov (Semi bush) - did not germinate, I think I kept seed too long.
TOMATO Ferline F1
TOMATO Legend F1 (Bush)
TURNIP Snowball
WILD FLOWER SEEDS Floral Meadow (For Bees) Mix Anual and Perennial

Still for sowing: some over-wintering carrots (Eskimo) and Spring Greens (Durham Early)

The veggie beds in Spring

 Potato beds, with the wild flower and elder bank behind

Broad beans, climbing beans and peas

Brassica and leek seedlings in trays) under net. Garlic, elephant garlic, onions, shallots and spring onions

More broad beans on a spare patch

Last of the Spring greens with more onions behind, plus petit pois

Brussels sprouts, calabrese and broccoli, with recently hoed mustard green manure 

Cucumber, French marigold with odds and sods sheltering from  frost

Tomatoes, plus two climbing courgettes in pots, plus some more tender plants hiding away.