Food Not Lawns Cleveland Seed Inventory.2017
Comments
 Share
The version of the browser you are using is no longer supported. Please upgrade to a supported browser.Dismiss

 
$
%
123
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Still loading...
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVW
1
llPlantNameYear SavedAmountObtainedDescription
2
Darrell BranchTomato San Marzano 2016Minimal
3
Darrell BranchTomato Nyagous 2016Minimal
4
Darrell BranchTomato Ropreco paste2016Abundant I planted these in a new sheet much bed that was 4' X 12'. 9 plants in the bed (this was too crowed. Probably would have had trouble if we would have had a rainier season.. These produced like crazy and are now my favorite of the plum tomato variety. Best flavor by far. Made a rich and flavorful sauce. Most of these I puréed after de-seeding and cooked until paste consistency. These will be plated again in my garden.
5
Darrell BranchTomato Roma2016Abundant I crammed 12 plants in a newly made sheet mulch bed that was 4' x 12'. Added TomatoTone to the bed after the plants were established. They grew and produced like crazy. I could not pick them fast enough as they started to ripen. These plants probably produced over 200lbs of fruit that I managed to harvest. I like these in sauce and soup. On a scale of "poor, fair, good, great" in regards to flavor, I would say these were fair.
6
Darrell BranchTomato Brandywine2016Medium These grew very well in my garden. They were not in my sheet mulch beds. I planted them in the sandy soil where they could get full sun. The grew huge producing fruit that were well over a pound each. I was not fond of these for raw eating or cooking. I will plant again just for seed saving.
7
Darrell BranchTomato Beefsteak2016Medium One of my favorite for sandwich and fried green tomatoes. I did not do much at all for the plants that produced these seeds. I pretty much dug a whole stuck the plant in it and just watered them. Again my ares has very sandy soil. I did add some horse manure at planting no other fertilizer was used.
8
Darrell BranchTomato Black Krim2016Medium An heirloom tomato originating from Crimea. The plant is open-pollinated, indeterminate, bearing 8 ounce flattened globe fruits that are dark reddish-purple to black with green/brown shoulders
9
Darrell BranchTomato Grape2016Minimal Small grape shaped tomato, Tender skin and very sweet.
10
Darrell BranchBell pepperSweet Red2016Minimal Medium sweet bell pepper. Was a high yielding plant in my sheet mulch bed.
11
Darrell BranchBell pepperSweet Green2016Medium Medium sweet bell pepper. Was a high yielding plant in my sheet mulch bed.
12
Darrell BranchBell pepperSweet yellow 2016Minimal Medium sweet bell pepper. Was a high yielding plant in my sheet mulch bed.
13
14
Mari KeatingHerbThai Basil2016ModerateAromatic, attractive purple and green leaves, lavendar colored flowers, pollinator attractor. Leaves used fresh or dried in Thai cooking et.c Annual. Grows well in conditions favorable to herbs generally: full sun, well drained, fertile soil. Good interplanted with Tomatoes and other Nightshades.
15
HerbLovage2016smallPerennial herb, can be used fresh or dried like a strong celery. Large umbel flower/seed head. Pollinator attractor. Seeds in second season.Seed easily harvested.
16
HerbBronze Fennel2016LotsLicorice aroma, tall feathery foliage,does not interplant well, used fresh or dried in cooking, seeds often used in Italian foods and sausage. Aggressive self-seeder. Harvest the seeds before this. Umbels flowers make for easy seed gathering .
17
HerbMullein2016LotsTall, perennial.Spikes of closely clustered yellow flowers. Billions of tiny seeds in husked seed heads. Aggressive self seeder, but easy to harvest. Bees and butterflies love it. Leaves are historically used medicinally
18
Herb/FlowerCalendula2016LotsCheery yellow to gold flowers, bees love it. Seed heads very easy to harvest ( and get compulsive about) aggressive self seeder you will never be able to keep up with, but pretty and easily pulled if it takes over. Flowers are used fresh and dried in herbal salves etc.
19
20
21
HerbGreek Oregano2016Lots(Origanum vulgare hirtum)
22
Type: Perennial in zones 5 to 9
23
Features: Strongly aromatic and flavorful, dark green leaves, small white flowers
24
Luke GouldHerbGenovese Basil2016MediumGenovese basil (in Ligurian language baxaicò or baxeicò) is a cultivar of Ocimum basilicum (sweetbasil). It is one of the most popular basils for culinary use, particularly for its use in pesto, the traditional Genoese sauce.
25
Mari KeatingsquashLong Island Cheese2016ModerateOriginally Seed Savers Exchange seeds.
26
Mari KeatingtomatoRopreco Paste2016lotsa prolific, very tasty, sauce or paste tomato. Great for canning, eating, soups, etc
27
28
Mari beanScarlet Runner2016smallbee attractive orang flowers, climbing bean, seeds are lavendar to purple with black spots. Can be eaten dried or fresh
29
30
MarigreensGeorgia Vates Collard2015mediumolder, but assumed viable
31
Mariherb/greenSorrell2016smalla perennial herb in the family Polygonaceae. Other names for sorrel include spinach dock and narrow-leaved dock
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
"
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
Loading...
 
 
 
Saved Seeds
Imported Seeds