Our Garden To Be.

Our seed selection, this year, was purchased from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.

SONY DSCI’ve mentioned in couple posts now, how many varieties of vegetables, herbs, and fruit we plan on growing this year. We ordered our seeds for the entire year, rather than by the season. SONY DSCOur garden is looking much prettier than a month ago, and almost ready for planting! We will be starting our herbs, tomatoes, eggplants, peppers etc. inside in a week or two, but our radishes, beets, potatoes, kohlrabi, and potatoes will be getting sown directly into the soil by the end of this month.

Grey and I made this list as soon as our shipment came in, just to visually see on “paper” what we have.

For us, it makes planning the location of our plants, and crop rotation simpler. There are still a few things that we will add to this list such as strawberries and potatoes, but do not have yet.SONY DSC

A lot of these are new varieties for us, and we cannot wait to see how they turn out. I hope to share the challenges we face, and the success of each variety here on the blog. First challenge? We are still wrestling with WHERE we are going to plant these vegetables! 🙂SONY DSC

Right now, our “garden” is still all neatly packaged up into envelopes, but  in a few short months it will be full of buzzing bees, twirling vines, and producing most of our meals for us throughout the summer.

I can hardly wait…



  • Danvers 126 Half Long Carrot
  • Nantes Scarlet Carrot
  • Purple Cosmic Carrot
  • Atomic Red Carrot


  • Amish Paste Tomato
  • Dad’s Sunset Tomato
  • Black from Tula Tomato
  • Bonnie Best Tomato
  • Pork Chop Tomato
  • Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye Tomato
  • Dr. Wyches Yellow Tomato
  • Brandywine Tomato
  • True Black Brandywine Tomato
  • Malakitovaya Schkutulka Tomato


  • Early Purple Vienna Kohlrabi
  • Early White Vienna Kohlrabi
  • Supersmeltz Giant White Kohlrabi


  • Sweet Basil (our saved seeds)
  • Basil Genovese
  • Parsley Moss Curled
  • Thyme Common
  • Oregano
  • Chives Common
  • Dill
  • Fenugreek
  • Lemon Balm
  • Shungiku Edible Chrysanthemum
  • Lemongrass
  • Yarrow
  • cilantro


  • De bourbonne Cucumber
  • Dragon’s Egg Cucumber


  • Delicata Squash
  • Candy Roasters-North Georgia Squash


  • Tondo Scuro Di Piacenza Squash
  • Zucchini Black Beauty Squash
  • Gelber Englischer Custard Squash
  • Early Prolific Straightneck Squash
  • Yellow Scallop Squash
  • Zucchino Rampicante (tromboni squash)


  • Vulcan Swiss Chard
  • Five Color Silverbeet (chard)
  • Oriole Orange Swiss Chard
  • Giant Noble Spinach
  • Extra dwarf pak choy


  • Gypsy Sunshine, Marigold, French
  • Harlequin, Marigold-French
  • Red Cherry, Marigold-French


  • Cayenne Long Thin Pepper (hot)
  • Peach Habanero Pepper (hot)
  • Canary Bell Pepper (sweet)
  • Jimmy Nardello Italian Pepper (sweet)
  • Melrose Pepper (sweet)
  • Emerald Giant Pepper (sweet)


  • Diamond Eggplant


  • Yellow of Parma Onion
  • Zebrune Shallot
  • Crimson Forest Bunch Onion
  • Red of Florence Onion
  • Tropeana Luana Onion
  • Red Creole Onion


  • Broad Windsor Fava Beans
  • Columbian Marble Bean
  • Envy Soya Bean
  • Borletto Bush or Tongues of Fire Beans
  • Succotash Beans


  • Sugar Baby Watermelon
  • Orangeglo Watermelon
  • Navajo Winter Watermelon
  • Charantais Melon


  • Buckwheat


  • Waltham 29 Broccoli
  • Romanesca Italia Broccoli


  • Purple of Sicily Cauliflower
  • Snowball Self Blanching cauliflower


  • Sugar Beet
  • Golden Beet
  • Cylindra or Formanova Beet
  • Lutz Salad Leaf Beet
  • Detroit Dark Red Beet
  • Crosby’s Egyptian Beet
  • Crapaudine Beet
  • Red Chiogga Beet


  • Helios Radish
  • Cherry Radish
  • French Breakfast Radish
  • French Dressing Radish
  • Japanese Minowase Daikon Radish
  • Malaga Radish
  • Purple Plum Radish
  • Chinese Red Meat Radish


  • Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
  • Premium Late Flat Dutch Cabbage


  • Dwarf Jewel Mix- Nasturtium
  • Borage


  • Winter Luxury
  • Amish Pie


  • Aunt Molly’s Ground Cherry
  • Ground Cherry

Stay Tuned! 😉

Love, Grey & Brianna



3 thoughts on “Our Garden To Be.

      1. Sounds good to me! We should come out and visit and see your garden so I can get some ideas for ours! When is a good for you guys?

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