The seeds are purchased! I went a little crazy at the store with my half-off coupon. And I'm in denial that the ONLY things that grew last year were seeds planted directly in the garden. My mom and I are splitting seeds, and she offered to start them in her green house.
Here is what we're growing this year:
Ambassador ZUCCHINI (50 days, hybrid, disease resistant, high yield, bush-type)
Celebrity Hybrid TOMATO (70 days, heavy yields, disease resistant, 8 oz fruits, short vines.)
White Sensation Hybrid SWEET CORN (70 days, 8-inch ears, 6' plants)
Dow Gauk/Yard-Long BEAN (70 days, 12-18" beans. Pick at 12" for fresh, or leave until yellow for shelled. Tastes like asparagus? Needs trellis.)
Lemon CUCUMBER (65 days, looks like a lemon, good for slicing and pickling. "Burpless." Just what does that mean?)
Genovese BASIL (75 days, good for pesto)
Early Wonder BEET (60 days, stores well, good fresh or canned, flavorful greens)
Globe Purple Top TURNIP (55 days, good greens, very tasty when young too.)
Bright Lights SWISS CHARD (35-56 days, multi-colored. I grew this last year from seed in the ground- YUMMY and easy to grow!)
GROUND TOMATO/HUSK CHERRY (70 days, smaller and sweeter than a tomatillo. Can be eaten raw or made into pie/preserves. Anyone had these before??)
Scallop Bush Mix SQUASH (50 days, patty pan type squash)
RADISH (don't know the type, it was a freebie in the mail.)
Blue Lake BUSH BEANS (Seeds of Change, organic seeds.)
So that's where I'll be this summer.
What about you? Any big plans this year?