You have me beat in the beans department, but I think I'm now up to 21 varieties of tomatoes, many of which will have to be grown in 5-gallon buckets. I still have seeds that were sent to my Washington PO box, so I can't publish my final seed inventory until I see what is there. Let it suffice to say it's huge, much bigger than last year. I think I'm going to have to plant the neighbor's yard, too!
Wow~ great variety! thanks for providing the sources, too. I'm attending Seedy Saturday this weekend, even though I already have too many seeds! (I can give some away).
Granny - I went a little dry bean nuts this year. I think I can just fit them in. Can't wait to see mason jars filled with beautiful dry beans. Gumboot Goddess - I think seed hoarding is a common gardener trait :-) Good luck with your seedy saturday!
Ha...our lists look similar at least in length....lots of seeds makes for a happy gardener :)
That's an impressive list! I can't wait until I have more room to grow stuff...
Wow! Amazing variety. I can't wait to see it all in action.
Where are you gonna plant all of those, Dan? Hehe...it's alot! Gosh, my list is probably half that size....Some of my tomatoes are on your list....
Not bad. Doesn't look insane at all. Let me know how Purple sprouting broccoli does for you. Is it an early season variety? Part of me wants to give a late kind a go in the old polytunnel but brassicas usually don't survive the whole winter for me...
Oh wow, I'm not sure who's list is crazier, your's or mine. At least I have a whole year to try to get through mine. :) You do have a great variety of veggies.
Great list, Dan ! I'm sure a seasoned gardener such as yourself should have no problem fitting all in ! ;)
Nice scroll box! I;m going to have to try that...
Nice list! Thanks for posting the source. That is quite a bit of tomatoes, how far do you space them?
Holy smokes! Ambitious plans. :-)
I'm such a slacker! LOL! Holy smokes that is alot of varieties to squeeze into a small garden. You amazed me last year with your production from such a small area - so I stand ready to be thoroughly impressed again! The google scroll box spreadsheet is pretty darn nifty. I may have to do look into that for future use. Wanted to share some spread sheet type info and have not figured out how to do it (too big) but with the scroll bar option this would make it work. Thanks for sharing that!
It's so encouraging to see a fellow enthusiast's list. When most of your local gardening friends grow just one variety of peas, tomatoes, beans etc. you feel extremely strange in their company. You and our fellow bloggers make me feel 'normal' !
Chioggia beets are so good. i grew them last year at the farm, and they were a huge success! This is my first year growing Pinetree Garden. They seem like an awesome company! Love them. Ordering was so easy!
Sunny - Can't wait to get them all growing!Aerelonian - I wish I had more room too. I need to fit this all into 160sqf, thankfully I have lots of additional trellis space.Ribbit - Me either, bring on spring! EG - There will be lots of variety this year that's for sure. I am thinking a few things will not find a home. Ottawa Gardener - The PSB I am planting in the spring is an early one. I am also going to try the late one this fall. Michelle - I think mine is crazier because I have 160sqf to plant them in! Miss M - To bad you can't plant on top of plants :-)Kathy - I will send the instructions.Donna - I plant tomatoes in cages so I space them a cage width apart, probably one ever square foot. With this many I will definitely have to keep up my pruning.Sandy - There certainly will not be any empty spots.KitsapFG - It will be another full year. I hope the weather is better this year. I forwarded the instructions for the spreadsheet to your e-mail.Veg Heaven - I seem to start out thinking I need one of each variety but temptation always takes over :-) Zach - Pinetree is great, they have so many seeds to select from!
Dan, you do have any window boxes installed? You could probably free up some space in your garden by growing a some of these greens in them.
You have me beat in the beans department too, but I've got you killed in the lettuce department. ;>Looks like a great list.
Thomas - I do have window boxes but they all ready have ornamentals going in them. I am definitely going to have to get creative to fit it all in though!Daphne - Yeah you are growing all those romaine's, that should be interesting. I have no idea where I am going to put all the lettuce, maybe where the tomatoes will be planted. I am looking forward to trying home grown iceberg!
Very nice list! Such variety. I can't wait to see how your garden grows.
Oh my gosh! That's impressive - and organized ... did you ever mange to get your plastic markers for the seeds? I noticed today on my 'babies' that there is mold on the sticks - you were right!
GrafixMuse - I can't wait either! Kiwi Gomes - They did resend the plastic labels which I very much prefer. The wood ones do work well outside with permanent markers though.