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Garden Accounting | Speedkin

Garden Accounting

For my records and for those who are getting seedlings from me, here’s what made it to the final potting up.  I’ll put a very brief classification of the tomatoes after each but they’re very generalized and limiting so, if interested, look up details of each at Tatiana’s.  Another great resource for learning about specific varieties of just about any plant is Dave’s Plant Files.  I’ll italicize the hybrids to differentiate from the OPs.  (Someone holler if I screw any up.)  I’ll bold the ones that I’m hogging all to myself — none to share.

Tomatoes:

  • 6 Arkansas Traveler (red slicer)
  • 5 Aunt Ruby’s German Green (green slicer)
  • 6 Azoychka (yellow slicer)
  • 6 Baby Beefsteak (red salad)
  • 6 Beefmaster (red slicer)
  • 6 Black & Red Boar (black striped slicer)
  • 1 Black Brandywine (black slicer)
  • 2 Black Cherry (black cherry)
  • 1 Black from Tula (black slicer)
  • 6 Black Krim (black slicer)
  • 5 Bloody Butcher (red salad)
  • 8 Brandy Boy (pink slicer)
  • 6 Brandywine (pink slicer)
  • 2 Burning Spear (orange paste)
  • 6 Carbon (black slicer)
  • 3 Cherokee Purple (black slicer)
  • 4 Chiapas Wild (red currant)
  • 6 Cuostralee (red slicer)
  • 6 Dana’s Dusky Rose (black slicer)
  • 6 Dix Doights de Naples (red paste)
  • 7 Dora (pink slicer)
  • 5 Estler’s Mortgage Lifter (pink slicer)
  • 6 Eva Purple Ball (pink slicer)
  • 1 Fish Lake Oxheart (red heart)
  • 5 Gary’O Sena (black slicer)
  • 7 German (pink slicer)
  • 4 German Johnson (pink slicer)
  • 5 Giant Belgium (pink slicer)
  • 9 Goji Faranji (red slicer)
  • 6 Hungarian Italian Paste (red paste)
  • 5 Italian Tree (red slicer)
  • 6 JD’s Special C-Tex (black slicer)
  • 8 Japanese Trifele Black (black paste)
  • 11 Jet Star (red slicer)
  • 5 Juane Flammee (orange salad)
  • 10 Kellogg’s Breakfast (orange slicer)
  • 6 Large Red Cherry (red cherry)
  • 10 Livingston’s Paragon (red slicer)
  • 7 Ludmilla’s Red Plum (red slicer)
  • 5 Marglobe (red slicer)
  • 9 Marianna’s Peace (pink slicer)
  • 7 Matt’s Wild Cherry (red currant)
  • 4 Mexico (pink slicer)
  • 7 Nepal (red slicer)
  • 4 New Yorker (red slicer)
  • 4 OSU Blue (blue variable)
  • 9 Pink Brandymaster (pink slicer)
  • 7 Pink Floyd Mix (segregating F6 of Brandy Boy)
  • 9 Pruden’s Purple (pink slicer)
  • 4 Prue (red slicer)
  • 9 Rose (pink slicer)
  • 4 Royal Hillbilly (pink slicer)
  • 6 Rutger’s Select (red slicer)
  • 2 San Marzano Redorta (red paste)
  • 1 Sara’s Galapagos (red currant)
  • 3 Sun Cherry (red cherry)
  • 5 Sungold (orange cherry)
  • 10 Super Boy 785 (red canner)
  • 5 Sweet Treats (red cherry)
  • 8 Tommy Toes Red (red cherry)
  • 1 White Princess (white ?)
  • 5 Wisconsin 55 (red slicer)
  • 6 Woodle Orange (orange slicer)
  • 1 WOW Cherry (orange cherry)

Chile Peppers

  • 8 Anaheim, Joe E Parker
  • 8 Cascabella
  • 4 Cayenne
  • 6 Cayenne x Jalapeno
  • 6 Ixtapa jalapeno
  • 5 Mulato
  • 12 Numex Conquistador
  • 12 NuMex Heritage 6-4
  • 11 NuMex Heritage Big Jim
  • 12 NuMex Jalmundo
  • 4 NuMex Pinata
  • 11 NuMex Primavera
  • 10 NuMex Suave Orange
  • 8 NuMex Suave Red
  • 9 NuMex Sunrise, Sunset, and Eclipse
  • 9 NuMex Vaquero
  • 10 Poblano

Sweet Peppers

  • 8 Alma Paprika
  • 4 Banana Supreme
  • 8 California Wonder
  • 8 Cubanelle
  • 7 Golden Bell
  • 2 Grand Bell Mix
  • 1 Jimmy Nardello
  • 2 Kaleidoscope Mix
  • 11 Peperoncini Italian
  • 1 Purple Beauty
  • 8 Red Beauty
  • 4 Roumanian Rainbow
  • 7 Sweet Banana
  • 8 Valencia Orange
  • 6 Yellow Belle

Hey, wake up!  I have more garden porn.

Asparagus, from store-bought crowns planted this spring.

Asparagus seedlings that I started from seed.

Cilantro.  We are so addicted to cilantro but were not able to grow it much in Oklahoma due to the heat.  I’m hoping it’ll do much better here.

Stevia that Charlie roped me into buying.

Sage, wintersown from seed.

Brown mustard seed, also wintersown.  I’ve never grown it before but it seems to be doing well.

 

4 Responses to “Garden Accounting”

  1. Karen Ratay Green May 10, 2011 at 10:48 am #

    You inspire me!

    • Diane May 10, 2011 at 10:56 am #

      If you ever get up this way, holler and I’ll give you our addy. You can take some home with you. Just like shopping but better because it’s free! LOL

  2. Patty May 10, 2011 at 8:21 pm #

    Now that’s an impressive list of tomatoes! I’ve heard of most of them and grown quite a few, but there’s some on there that I’ definitely gonna check out for next year…specifically that Black and Red Boar. Can’t wait to see all of your harvest!!

    • Diane May 12, 2011 at 10:43 am #

      I’ll be saving seeds so give me a holler later in the year and I’ll send whichever you like.

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