Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Baker Creek Seeds Pt II

If anyone is interested....this is the list of seeds I received in the Baker Creek Rare Seeds "Southern" surprise value package, which cost $80. It took me 1/2 an hour just to write down all the seed names! I have no idea where I am going to plant even a quarter of these, but I can't say I don't have variety!!

Basil - Genovese
Onion - Tropeana Lunga
Australian Brown
Lettuce - Asian Red
Tom Thumb
Ground Cherry
Cabbage - Early Jersey Wakefield
Pepper - Golden Marconi
Red Marconi
Serrano Tampequino
Romano Hot
Thai Denchai Hot
Sweet Chocolate
Chard - Five Color Silver beet
Pak Choy - Shanghai Green
New Zealand Spinach
- Black Diamond Yellow Belly
Collards - Georgia
Endive - De Louiviers
Brussels Sprouts - Long Island Improved
American Melon - Banana
Honey Rock
Cucumber - Thai “Petch Tsai”
Japanese Long
Radish - Daikon
Pink Beauty
Pea - Oregon Sugar Pod II
Cowpea - Red Ripper
Mississippi Silver Hull
Beet - Bull’s Blood
Carrot- Lunar White
St. Valery
Tomato - Black Zebra
Great White
Orange Banana
White Currant
Tomatillo Purple
Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Arkansas Traveler
German Red Strawberry
Egg Yolk
Cherokee Purple
Corn - County Gentleman
Hickory King
Eggplant - Louisiana Long Green
Ping Tung
Artichoke - Green Globe
Gourd - Thai Bonanza Loofa
Winter Squash - Table Gold Acorn
Sorghum - MultiColored
Pumpkin - Thai Large
Asian Melon - Metki Dark Green Serpent
Early Silver Line
Rutabaga - American Silver Top
Leek - Carentan
Gourd - Serpente Di Sicilia
Parsnip - Harris Model
Hollow Crown
Turnip - Purple Top While Globe
Okra - Burgundy
Kohlrabi - Early Purple Vienna
Broccoli - Rapini
Amaranth - Golden Giant
Sesame - 7 Blend
Zucchini - Grey
Crookneck Early Golden
Beans - Rattlesnake Pole
Chinese Red Noodle
Hyacinth Bean
Golden Wax
Jackson Wonder Bush
Thai Red Seeded Long
Kentucky Wonder


Lewru said...

That is so awesome! You can still plant the cowpeas this summer. And the rattlesnake beans for fall, along with a ton of other stuff. Want to do a seed trade at some point? I would LOVE to have some seeds for Great White tomatoes. They're supposed to be delicious. And I did a seed inventory last night and have a ton, too.

Hausfrau said...

Sure - sounds good. Spread the diversity around. I think they are all OP - so seeds should be able to be saved on all. Although that is easier said than done on some species.

anajz said...

Quite impressive! Wishing I had an extra $80 right now.