Planting up a storm

the portofino's are up!
Are you ready for this? I told you Scott planted up a storm this weekend:

Straight into the garden (all seeds except as noted):

  • Scallion bulbs mixed among the veggies
  • More peas
  • The tomatoes (2 San Marzano, 1 Brandywine, 1 Yellow Brandywine) are in
  • Purple Haze & Thumbelina Carrots among the tomatoes because Carrots Love Tomatoes afterall
  • Hollybrook Luscious melons
  • Crenshaw melons
  • Honeydew melons
  • Ambrosia melons
  • Oakleaf lettuce
  • Some sort of Italian lettuce
  • Borlata onions mixed in with the bed of lettuce
  • Spinach mixed with French Breakfast radishes (only took 3 days to sprout with this warm weather!)
  • Parsley
  • A Japanese eggplant plant was put in a bed with the three Territorial peppers and basil seeds were planted all around
  • On the growing table:

  • Pimentos
  • Ali Baba & Sugar Baby Watermelons
  • Sweet 100 tomatoes
  • Serrano Peppers
  • Nasturtiams & Sunflowers
  • Camomile
  • Fenugreek (crazy huh? We’ll tell you how it goes and what we do with it. Too bad I’m not still nursing.)
  • Oregano
  • Lovage
  • Lemon Balm
  • Carmen peppers
  • Quadrato d’Asti Giallo peppers
  • Quite a list, eh? Hey, I told you the guy was a planting fool this weekend, didn’t I?

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    5 responses to “Planting up a storm

    1. Your list of seedlings is so wonderful! I can’t wait to read how your plants turn out. I had a minor greenhouse tragedy this weekend. I didn’t open the vent on Saturday and it got really hot. Most of my seedlings got cooked and I had to start over. Hopefully I will have some better luck this time.

    2. The names of some of these are like poetry. I hope you post a photo of the fenugreek when it takes off as well as the ali baba watermelons.

    3. asonomagarden

      Sarah, the same thing happened with our greenhouse last year. This year since we got a late start we decided to grow outside and tempt fate with the frost instead.

      Katrina, yes aren’t the names wonderful? I will certainly post photos. I too am very curious as to what fenugreek looks like.

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