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Planning Garden 2012

January 18, 2012

 

Yes, I know it's January and it's cold, but what better time to start thinking about Spring and gardening! I'm especially excited about this year's Culinary Garden because we're going to be buying the majority of our seeds from D. Landreth Seed Company of New Freedom, PA. Sounds pretty normal, right? You're right, but what makes the fact that we're buying our garden seed from a company based 30 minutes from the property is that D. Landreth is America's Oldest Seed House. They've been selling seeds since 1784. So, not only will we be using their seeds in our Culinary Garden, but we'll also be selling their seeds at The Carriage House Market! I'm ready for the warm Spring weather and somehow leafing through seed catalogs makes me feel like Spring is just around the corner. Even if you're going to buy your garden seeds from The Carriage House Market, which I heavily encourage you to do, I would also encourage you to look up Landreth Seeds and purchase a seed catalog. They're $5  for the catalog and well worth price just based on the sheer beauty of the catalog. A perfect gift for any gardener! Take a minute and soak in all the amazing varieties of produce we'll be growing in 2012. I can't wait to get my hands in the dirt!

 

 

 

Landreth stringless beans

montpelier french filet beans

dixie speckled butter peas

christmas pole lima bean

pencil pod black wax bean

bull's blood beet

detroit dark red beet

chiogga beet

Savoy drumhead perfection cabbage

rouge demi-longue de chantenay carrot

nantes scarlet half long carrot

tonda di parigi carrot

cheddar cauliflower

snowball Early cauliflower

Violeta Italia cauliflower

celeriac

golden bantam corn

parisian pickling cucumber

Fairytale eggplant

Thai green eggplant

Littlegem lettuce

Boule d'or melon

Charentais melon

Vert Grimnpant melon

Burgundy AAS Okra

Sugar Hollow Crown parsnip

California Black Eye pea

Pink Eye Purple Hull pea

Pepperoncini

Bintje potato

German Butterball potato

Rose Finn Apple fingerling

Small sugar pumpkin

Easter egg radish

French breakfast radish

Red Meat radish

White icicle radish

Mammoth Sandwich Island salsify

Black zucchini

Gold zucchini

Pennsylvania Dutch crookneck winter squash

Ground Cherries

Tomatoes:

Abraham Lincoln

Amish Salad

Aunt Ruby's German Green

Black Cherry

Black Krim

Brandywine

Cherokee Purple

Eva Purple Ball

German Red Strawberry

Green Giant

Isis Candy

Kellogg's Breakfast

Mortgage Lifter

Paul Robeson

Pineapple

Principe Borghese

Red Siberian

Riesenstraube - PA Dutch have been growing this tomato since 1856. Translates to 'giant bunches of grapes'

Rutgers

Striped German

Wapsipinicon Peach

Tokyo turnips

Borage

Corn salad

Dandelion

 

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