I’m pretty excited about this year’s grow outs. Despite the fact I’ve had to scale back the tomatoes slightly because of some blight worries from last year, I do get the chance to re-grow some of my absolute favourites. I also get to finally try some varieties that have being waiting very patiently for their turn.
And, as always, a big thank you is well deserved for my volunteer growers, who always do a fantastic job!
I’ll be starting all the seeds in the next few weeks here, so there may be some slight changes between now and then, but for the most part the list is correct.
Take a look-see:
Grosse du Gers (in conjunction with the Dan McMurray Memorial Seed Bank)
Rose d’Eauze (in conjunction with the Dan McMurray Memorial Seed Bank)
Silvery Fir Tree
- Broad Windsor
- Slocan Snow Peas
- Lettuce ‘Freckles’
Lettuce ‘Red Sails’
- Brode Galeux d’Eysines
- Eggplant ‘Rosa Bianca’