Well…I did not get any of Renee’s Garden seeds as there weren’t many there, but I found practically a whole wall full of the seeds that UNCE’s Master Gardeners use for the May Plant Sale ~ Botanical Interests, Inc.
Here is the list of seeds I bought from a local garden shop….Garden Shop Nursery.
Basil – Italian Genovese, Heirloom organic
Basil – Lime, Heirloom organic
Oregano – True Greek, Heirloom
Oregano – Common, Heirloom organic
Thyme – English, Heirloom
Savory – Summer, Heirloom
Dill – Bouquet, Heirloom organic (swallowtail flutterby stamp of approval)
Marjoram – Heirloom
Chamomile – German, Heirloom
Tomatillo – Toma Verde, Heirloom
Onion – Red Amposta
Poppy – Flanders, Heirloom
Poppy – Peony Double Blend, Heirloom
Poppy – Lauren’s Grape
Also bought a set of Artichoke Garlic – Inchelium Red from the Coleville Indian Reservation in Inchelium, WA. It states that they are have large blubs 3+ inches with 8-12 good size cloves. Mild, but lasting flavor, with a hint of hot! Dense cloves store well. Flavor can get stronger in storage. This vigorous soft-neck variety won a Rodale taste test of 20 garlic strains, named ‘Very Best of the Soft Necks’.
(I gave you a link to LocalHarvest because the seed company, http://www.Irish-Eyes.com, does not have any information for me to link to.)
Oooooh! Bees Seeds! EVERYONE should plant some of these!
Just for fun, and since it’s so close to Easter! Gourd ~ Ornamental Nest Eggs ~ you can plant them now and have eggs to paint for next Easter!
NOTE TO SELF: Don’t start the corn indoors so early…me thinks I’m going to have ears of corn on those silly things when I get back from seeing King Tut this weekend!