MMMM non-tomato seeds

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MMMM non-tomato seeds

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Post: # 31039Unread post Tormato
Mon Sep 21, 2020 2:48 pm

This will be a thread for any participant to post, if they'd like, non-tomato seeds that they are sending in.

I will attempt to post all non-tomato seeds after all packages arrive (perhaps with the exception of a few Nifty Fifty pepper varieties which may remain a mystery), so that participants can choose from that list.
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Post: # 31442Unread post Tormato
Sun Sep 27, 2020 4:27 pm

peppers...

[I can make no promises as to germination, purity, or spelling]

Alma Paprika '17 (2)
Anaheim '18
Arroz con Pollo '17
Aurora '16 (1)
Bangles Blend '18
Bell Boy '18 (4)
Big Bertha '18 (1)
Biquinho, red '18 (2)
Black Cobra/Goat Weed '16
Boldog/Hungarian Spice Paprika '15 (1)
Bolivian Rainbow '17 (1)
Bulgarian Carrot '17 (1)
Cajun Belle '18
California Wonder '18
Candlelight '17 (2)
Caribbean Red Hot '17 (5)
Chilhuacle Negro '18 (4)
Chili Pie '17 (1)
Chimayo '16 (1)
Chocolate Habanero (2)
Chocolate Scorpion Brain '18 (1)
Confetti - variegated '19 (3)
Cosa Arrugada '18
Costeno Rojo '18 (5)
Dolce De Espagne '17 (1)
Earlired '18 (3)
Enjoya '17
Ethiopian Berbere '16 (1)
Flavor Burst F2 '17
Garden Salsa '17
Guizhon Bullet '18
Gypsy '17 (1)
High Fly F8 '18 (2)
Himo Togorashi '18
Jaluv An Attitude '18
Jimmy Nardello '17 (2)
Leutschauer Paprika '17 (1)
Long Cayenne '18
Manjanji '17
NuMex Big Jim '16
Oranjevoye Chudo 17 (2)
Peppadew '18
Peppadew African strain '18 (2)
Pescos Jalapeno Chili '17 (2)
Peter, red '18 (2)
Piment D'Espelette '16 (2)
Pink Habanero '19 (2)
Prik Maan '18 (2)
Rehza '18 (1)
San Luis Ancho Poblano '17 (5)
Serreno Chili '17 & '18
Spicy Fiesta Hybrid '17
Sweet Datil '18
Sweet Pickle '17 (4)
Tabasco '18
Takanatsume '18
Tam Jalapeno '17 (5)
Tolli's Sweet '16 (2)
Trinidad Perfume '18
variegated bell (from Trader Joe's) '18
Zolotoy Dozhd '17 (1)
Zulu '19 (2)
7 Pot Orange '19 (2)
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Post: # 32360Unread post Tormato
Wed Oct 14, 2020 3:59 pm

more peppers...

Buffalo Red (10)
Corno di Toro Rosso (10)
Dulce de Espana (10)
Elephant Ears (10)
Liubo's Palm/Liubov Dlan (10)
Red Giant/Krasny Gigant (10)
Thai Long (10)
6 mixed varieties (10)
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Post: # 32366Unread post rxkeith
Wed Oct 14, 2020 4:51 pm

beans i will be sending along

uncle steve italian pole bean (lots)
grandma gina pole bean (limited)
aerons purp[le star runner bean
mrs martins heirloom bush bean
tuscarora half runner bread bean (limited)
maybe a couple more

i still have about 2lbs of collard green seeds. some are crossed with kale
so kallard greens. i have a mix coming up each year. no, i won't send the
whole 2lbs. shoot this one down if you want gary.

still waiting for some seeds to dry down before i ship the box.



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Thu Oct 15, 2020 10:24 am

hmmm Kallard greens sound interesting... wonder how they would work up here.
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Thu Oct 15, 2020 12:52 pm

I'm planning to send some WhipperSnapper southern peas that were developed to be harvested as "snaps," so are pretty much like shorter Asian long beans (same species), but these grow as relatively short bush beans. They were very productive for me this year and were great in the heat of mid-summer and because they are bush beans and come into production quickly, they make a good bridge crop between spring and fall crops for rotation.

This variety was developed by the USDA as an improvement on Better Snap, but then pretty much slipped into obscurity since there really isn't much of a commercial market for southern pea "snaps". I finally found a source, but had to buy a pound which is way more than I'll grow in this lifetime. So I can send a 1/2 pound if there is enough interest... I'm hoping others will grow some out and find them useful and keep them going.

Here is more info, although the pictures are pretty ugly. Scroll down in the article to check out the rows of them with all the beans sticking up in the air to make for easy picking.

https://journals.ashs.org/hortsci/view/ ... -p1297.xml
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Post: # 32416Unread post Tormato
Thu Oct 15, 2020 1:59 pm

rxkeith wrote:
Wed Oct 14, 2020 4:51 pm
beans i will be sending along

uncle steve italian pole bean (lots)
grandma gina pole bean (limited)
aerons purp[le star runner bean
mrs martins heirloom bush bean
tuscarora half runner bread bean (limited)
maybe a couple more

i still have about 2lbs of collard green seeds. some are crossed with kale
so kallard greens. i have a mix coming up each year. no, i won't send the
whole 2lbs. shoot this one down if you want gary.

still waiting for some seeds to dry down before i ship the box.



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By now, you should know that the only thing I shoot down is Yellow Pear. ;)
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Thu Oct 15, 2020 2:08 pm

zendog wrote:
Thu Oct 15, 2020 12:52 pm
I'm planning to send some WhipperSnapper southern peas that were developed to be harvested as "snaps," so are pretty much like shorter Asian long beans (same species), but these grow as relatively short bush beans. They were very productive for me this year and were great in the heat of mid-summer and because they are bush beans and come into production quickly, they make a good bridge crop between spring and fall crops for rotation.

This variety was developed by the USDA as an improvement on Better Snap, but then pretty much slipped into obscurity since there really isn't much of a commercial market for southern pea "snaps". I finally found a source, but had to buy a pound which is way more than I'll grow in this lifetime. So I can send a 1/2 pound if there is enough interest... I'm hoping others will grow some out and find them useful and keep them going.

Here is more info, although the pictures are pretty ugly. Scroll down in the article to check out the rows of them with all the beans sticking up in the air to make for easy picking.

https://journals.ashs.org/hortsci/view/ ... -p1297.xml
I'd like to trial them side-by-side with a "stickless wonder" type of Asian long (bush) bean that I have. I also wouldn't mind finding out what a cross of the two would produce.
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Sat Oct 17, 2020 4:30 pm

Went shopping for heirloom apples today, and also picked up some of these...

lentils

"green" (large seed)
"brown" (small seed)
French Blue (small seed)
Beluga, black (very small seed)
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Re: MMMM non-tomato seeds Tribute to Remy

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Sat Oct 17, 2020 5:03 pm

As a Tribute to Remy, I will be sending in seeds of the flower Cleome 'Cherry Queen'. I bought my seeds from her and grew them this year. They get about 5' tall, are pink, have thorns and smell a little skunky to some. They are very deer resistant! They are great for the back of the border and cottage type gardens.
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Tue Oct 20, 2020 4:12 pm

zucchini, all commercial purchases in 2019...

Alberello Di Sarzana (6)
Black Beauty (5)
Bolognese (7)
Caserta (7)
Cashflow F1 (2)
Clarimore F1 (3)
Cocozelle Di Napoli (5)
Costata Romanesco NOT (3) - this produced an off-type
Dark Green (6)
Dirani F1 (1)
Dunja F1 (4)
Elite F1 (3)
Emerald Delight F1 (1)
Fordhook (4)
Fort Knox F1 (2)
Garden Spineless F1 (1)
Genovese (8)
Green Bush Marrow (6)
Green Machine F1 (1)
Grey (5) 0/4 germinated
Greyzinni F1 (4)
Lemon (4)
Lungo Bianco Di Sicilia (5)
Lungo Fiorentino (8)
Odessa (7)
Raven F1 (1)
Ronde de Nice (1)
Striata D'Italia (6)
Sure Thing F1 (2)
Table Dainty (5)
Zucco de Lungo Verde (4)
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