Seed List 2017


Greetings everyone πŸ™‚ I trust all is well and like me, you are eagerly anticipating Springs arrival. I wanted to share a list of plants I will be growing from seed this year:

Basil (Italian Large Leaf)
Basil (Sweet)
Beans (Black Turtle)
Beans (Alguille Verte)
Beans (Maxibel)
Beans (Stringless Blue Lake, FM1K Pole)
Bee Balm
Beets (Detroit Dark Red
Bird’s Eye Tricolor
Blue Bottles
Broccoli (Chinese)
Cabbage (Early Jersey Wakefield)
Cantaloupe (Hales Best Jumbo)
Carrot (Danvers Half Long)
Collards (Georgia)
Cucumber (Lemon)
Cucumber (Marketmore)
Cucumber (Straight 8)
Evening Primrose
Evening Scented Stock
Garden Sage
Ginseng Parsley
Golden Marguerite
Hen & Chicks Poppy
Hopi Red Dye
Hyssop (Blue)
Joe Pye Weed
Leek (Zermatt)
Lemon Balm
Lemon Mint
Morning Glory Heavenly Blue)
Morning Glory (Mixed Colors)
Mustard (India/Florida Broadleaf)
Okra (Burgundy)
Okra (Clemson Spineless)
Onion (Heirloom – Bunching/Tokyo Long White)
Onion (Parade)
Pak Choi (Toy Choy Hybrid)
Parsnip (Demi Long De Guernesey)
Peas (Dixie Speckled Butterpea
Pea (Sugar Snap)
Pea (Little Marvel – Dwarf)
Peas (White Acre)
Pepper (Jalapeno)
Pepper Mint
Pepper (Sweet/Big Red)
Radish (Patricia)
Scarlet Sage
Seminole Sage
Shasta Daisy
Spinach (Space Hybrid)
Spinach (Space Hybrid)
Squash (Zucchini Black Beauty)
Stinging Nettles
St. Johnswort
Summer Squash (Cucuzzi Italian Climbing)
Sunflowers (Mammoth Russian)
Sun Hemp
Sweet William
Sweet Woodruff
Tomato (Red Cherry)
Tomato (Roma)
Turnip (Purple Top Round Globe)
Watermelon (Crimson Sweet)
Watermelon (Sugar Baby)
Zinnia (Violet Star)
Zinnia (Ground Cover-Flying Carpet)

What will you be planting in your gardens? I would love to hear from you.



15 Comments Add yours

  1. I have a lengthy seed list as well will be growing a few of the ones you have listed so let’s hope it’s a successful growing season for us πŸ™‚

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  2. I bought a large portion of my seeds and I’ll be reading through your list for recommendations. Thanks!


  3. Helen says:

    Hen and chicks poppy sounds interesting! Someone recently commented on my blog that ‘hen and chicks’ is the colloquial name given to sempervivum in the States, so I wonder what these poppies will be like!

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    1. I will let you know πŸ™‚

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  4. This year, we’re attempting to grow chard, courgettes, cucumbers, lettuce, sorrel, spinach, mooli radish, peas and broadbeans plus poppies and forget-me-nots all from seed.

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    1. Wow, that is wonderful! πŸ™‚


  5. Emma@ Misfit Gardening says:

    Wow that’s quite a list! Your list of Nicotianas and Sweet Williams reminded me to put more flowers in the garden than the herbs and veggies I already have planned,


    1. Yes, I love growing veggies so much, I usually forget to include flowers too…LOL.

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  6. We’re planting a laundry list of vegetables. Lots of the usual suspects: carrots, peas, cucumbers, peppers, potato, onion, a host of lettuces, strawberries, and I forget what else. We’ll see how well it does…

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    1. I am sure everything will grow well for you πŸ™‚

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  7. Kalamain says:

    That is a long list! I’m guessing you have a LOT more space to get them going than I do! B-)
    Good luck!

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    1. Thank you so much πŸ™‚

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  8. Oh my goodness! I did get a start yesterday, and put my list there. I’m very much not the planner, however – I just grabbed what was close to hand!

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    1. It is okay. I am sure your garden will be lovely and productive.


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