When selecting seeds for the vegetable garden it always pays to be early – in this case I was not. Several of the selections I had planned on making were in fact sold out when I finally got around to ordering from Baker Creek. The early bird gets the worm is the old saying but maybe it should be the early gardener gets the seed! In any case procrastination when it comes to gardening and purchase inevitably will lead to disappointment in some way. With that being said I was still able to make some great choices for this gardening season. I’ll list them below!
Tigger Melon – An orange and yellow striped melon that is said to be very sweet and has small serving sized fruit up to 1 lb. This was my second choice but still a good one!
Brandywine Tomato – One of the most delicious tomatoes EVER! We” that’s just my opinion but you know I’m right! 😉
Cherokee Purple Tomato – One of the most delicious tomatoes EVER! I think I may have said that about another selection… it’s true for this one too though!
Sweet Dumpling Winter Squash – My wife picked this one out. I’m eager to see how winter squash will work out in our garden.
Stevia – I like my tea sweet and this potential sugar substitute might make a nice addition to the herb garden.
Red Zebra Tomato – If you like striped tomatoes this one has them! We orginally selected the Green Zebra but they were sold out.
Orange Icicle Tomato – It’s orange, it’s shaped like an icicle, it’s … Orange Icicle!
Cherokee Trail of Tears Pole Bean – This pole bean is said to have been carried by the Cherokee Indians along the Trail of Tears from Tennessee. I like a vegetable with an interesting story, don’t you?
Saint-Esprit à Oeil Rouge Bush Bean – Such a fancy name for a bean!
Purple Hull Pinkeye Cowpea – My wife lose Purple Hull peas, I wonder how she will like shelling them?
Six-Week Purple Hull Cowpea
Rotonda Bianca Sfumata Eggplant – This round eggplant will hopefully turn into a nice eggplant Parmigiana at some point!
Golden California Wonder – I wanted an Orange Sweet Pepper but I missed the jackpot again – I’ve learned my lesson this year!
I have other seeds coming in that I’ll tell you about later, what selections are you trying in the garden this year?