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
Watermelon
- Black Diamond Yellow Belly
Tendersweet
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
Alaska
Cowpea - Red Ripper
Mississippi Silver Hull
Beet - Bull’s Blood
Carrot- Lunar White
St. Valery
Tomato - Black Zebra
Pineapple
Great White
Orange Banana
White Currant
Tomatillo Purple
Aunt Ruby’s German Green
Arkansas Traveler
German Red Strawberry
Homestead
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

3 comments:

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.
~anajz~