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MemberPlantNameYear SavedAmountObtainedDescription
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Mari KeatingAmaranthElephant Head2014largeannuallyTall, magenta trunk-like flowers, bronze/magenta leaves. Leaves and seeds are edible. Aggressive self-seeder. Easy to grow and save. Actually hard to collect before it reseeds.
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Courtney JohnsonBell PepperMini Chocolate Bell Peppers201320 seedsCircaThese plants didn't fair well once transplanted to our beds. They were quickly overpowered by fast growing California Wonder. Seed grown in Columbus, would probably do very well in a pot, or in a more secluded area of the garden. Plant produces miniature, dark purple sweet bells.
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Courtney JohnsonBroccoliDiCicco Broccoli (organic)2013960mgBurpee Cert. Organic
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Courtney JohnsonCauliflower201325 seedsHigh Mowing
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Courtney JohnsonCucumbersNational Pickling Cucumber201318gLake Valley Seed Co.Prolific cucumber, in our garden they were prone to "blowing up" if things got too wet (even in a raised bed!)
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Courtney JohnsonEggplantViolet Long Eggplant20136gLake Valley Seed Co.
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Courtney JohnsonEggplantFlorida High Bush Eggplant20131gSeed Savers Exchange
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Courtney JohnsonFruit TreePlum20133 pitsLocal Geagua Grower, organic practicesSmall, dark, very sweet plums. Instructions for germination: http://home.howstuffworks.com/how-to-grow-plum-tree-from-pit.htm
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Courtney JohnsonFruit TreeRed Haven Peaches20133 pitsLocal Geagua Grower, organic practicesSmall, sweet peaches. Excellent for canning. Instructions for germination: http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/grow-free-fruit-trees.aspx
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Courtney JohnsonFruit TreeMorello Cherry20136 pitsRabbit Wing FarmProlific, very sweet cherries. Great fresh or in pie.
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Courtney JohnsonGreensBroccoli Raab20132gRenee's Garden
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Courtney JohnsonGreensFlorida Broadleaf Mustard201314gWetsel Inc.
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Courtney JohnsonGreensSouthern Giant Mustard201259gBaker Creek
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Courtney JohnsonGreensAmerica Spinach20138gSeed Savers Exchange
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Courtney JohnsonHerbsOrganic Aton basil (organic)20131gBurpee Cert. Organic
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Courtney JohnsonHerbsStevia20135 seedsTerritorial
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Courtney JohnsonParsnipParsnip2013<1gLake Valley Seed Co.
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Courtney JohnsonPeasBritish Wonder Peas201322gSeed Savers Exchange
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Courtney JohnsonPeasBritish Wonder Peas201330gSeed Savers Exchange
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Courtney JohnsonPeasBritish Wonder Peas201325gSeed Savers Exchange
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Courtney JohnsonPeasBritish Wonder Peas201331gSeed Savers Exchange
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Courtney JohnsonSquashZucchini201217 seedsLivingston SeedsCommon zucchini
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Courtney JohnsonSquashLazor Yellow Squash201313 seedsD&S SupplyProlific, tasty squash
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Courtney JohnsonSquash8-Ball Zucchini 20137 seedsLivingston SeedsProduces a 3-4" round squash. Very unique squash with great flavor. Prolific.
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Courtney JohnsonSquashCucuzzi Squash20122gLake Valley Seed Co.Unique, pale green squash
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Courtney JohnsonTomatoGoodman Cauliflower20132gLivingston SeedsExcellent producer of 3-4" plum tomatoes. Transplants well. Indeterminate.
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Courtney JohnsonTomatoIndigo Rose Tomato (organic)2013<1gHigh MowingExcellent producer with beautiful fruit! Indeterminate.
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Courtney JohnsonTomatoAmish Paste (organic)20135 seedsHigh MowingClassic paste tomato. Prolific, indeterminate. Quick germination.
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Courtney JohnsonTomatoCiliegia Cherry20131.5gLake Valley Seed Co.Prolific producer of sweet, bright red cherry tomatoes. Indeterminate.
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Courtney JohnsonTomatoSan Marzano 20137 seedsLake Valley Seed Co.Best paste tomato! Indeterminate.
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Don AbbottBeansJacob’s Cattle – Dry2014Breakneck Acres 2012Heirloom red and white speckled dry beans. Ready in around 90 days. Great in chili and soups (yum!). Can be eaten as green beans also.
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Don AbbottBeansRattlesnake Pole – Green and Dry2013High Mowing 2012Heirloom pole beans good for green, “shelley”, and dry beans.
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Don AbbottFlowerEchinacea2014Johnny's 2013Purple Cone Flower
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Don AbbottJerusalem artichoke Stampede2014A perennial related to the sunflower grown for its potato-like tubers. Native of eastern North America.
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Don AbbottPepperSheepnose Pimento2014Mari 2013Sweet pepper. Has its origins in Spain but is an Ohio heirloom carefully cultivated by the Rini Family.
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Don AbbottPepperSnarky Jalapeno2014AeroGarden 2013Your standard Jalapeno with snarkiness added.
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Don AbbottTomatoMildly Snarky Red2014Amishland Seeds 2012A low acid, medium sized all around good red tomato. Grows well here in Northeast Ohio. Indeterminate.
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Don AbbottTomatoRoma2014Productive, early maturing, determinate variety yields delicious, meaty, bright red fruit ideal for fresh sauces and canning.
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Don AbbottTomatoRopreco Paste2014Mari 2013Determinate, Roma -type, good short season, northern type, early maturing paste tomato
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Don AbbottTomatoSnarky Orange Cherry2014SunGold F1 in 2012Small orange cherry tomatoes with a sweet flavor. Very hard to get back to the kitchen as they are very tasty right off the vine. Indeterminate.
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Don AbbottTomatoSnarky Orange Caprese2014SunGold F1 in 2012Medium orange tomatoes with a sweet flavor. Very hard to get back to the kitchen as they are very tasty right off the vine. Indeterminate.
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Don AbbottTurnipSeven Top Greens2014The Garden Spot 2012Turnips grown for both it's greens and white roots. Good to use as a cover crop.
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Mari KeatingBeanRattlesnake2013-2014lotsannuallyHeirloom, Pole variety, Eaten fresh or dried, Easy to grow and save.
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Mari KeatingBeanScarlet Runner2014smallsaved yearlyHummingbird/bee attractor, edible greebn or dried, lovley purle and black seeds
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Mari KeatingBeansGood Mother Stollard"Johnny's 2009Fresh or dried, nourishing and stalwart. Respect her.
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Mari KeatingBeansJohn Conti Pole"?Reliable and productive, like John. Seem to do well in all soils
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Mari KeatingBeansProvider Bush"?Long, straight pods, good for canning or eating
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Mari KeatingBeansProvider Bush Beans2013High Mowing
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Mari KeatingBeansRattlesnake Bush Bean2012Heirloom Pole bean, good eaten fresh or dried, irrregular mottled pods and spotted beans, store well (dried)
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Mari KeatingBeansScarlet Runner"?Climber, lovely orange flowers that Hummingbirds love, lavendar and black spotted beans in large pods, edible, but I don't.
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Mari KeatingBeansTender Green Bush"Prolific, compact producer, stringless and tasty
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Mari KeatingBeetsDetroit Dark Red2012Great Lakes bred to be tough: disease and bankruptcy resistant
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Mari KeatingCornBroom Corn2914moderateSam WolfeBirds love it, tall ornamental, stalk used for brooms, great in 2 Sisters
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Mari KeatingCucumbersNational Pickling Cucumber2013Good reputation, not productive in the cool weather
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Mari KeatingFlowerMidnight purple holllyhock2014smallunknownTall, showy, parennial, Self seeder.
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Mari KeatingFlowerCosmos,mixed color2014largeannuallytall, showy, plant once (vigorous self-seeder) butterfly attactor, finches love the seed, full sun, easy to grow and collect seed
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Mari KeatingFlowerMarigold2014lotsannuallytall and short, yellow and orange mix, perky, great to interplant to confuse predatory insects, easy to grow and save
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Mari KeatingFlowerZinnia2014lotsannuallytall, multi colored, bees, hummingnbirds, finches etc love them, Easy to grow and save, ful sun
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Mari KeatingFlower4. o'clock2014smallmy plantslovely multi=colored insectory, easy to save, charming in mixed beds of herbs and annual veg.
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Mari KeatingFlowerCardinal Flower2014moderatemy plantsTall, red flowers, attracts humminbird, bees, perennial likes sunny locatoion with cool moist soil.
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Mari KeatingFlowerMammoth Sunflower2014lotsGrace GardenVery tall and impressive backdrop, birds (especially finches) love it, easy to save seeds
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Mari KeatingFlowerCalendula2014lotsmy plantsEasy to grow, many uses, including medicinal, pollinator-attractor, prett
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Mari KeatingFlowerCosmos/mixed color2013High Mowing2'-3' Full sun,pollinator,butterfly attractor
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Mari KeatingFlower.MedicinalCalendula2013High MowingCut and come again, prolific, bees love them, flowers are used in skin salves etc, reseeds very easily, seed easy to harvest, cheerful!
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Mari KeatingFlower/medicinalEchinacea - purple corn flower2013
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Mari KeatingFlowersZinnia2012Home garden Harvested2'-3' mixed color, cut-and-come-again, bee and butterfly attractor/food. Seed heads easy to save.
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Mari KeatingHerbCoriander/Cilantro2014moderateannuallyversatile herb/medicinal - used as leaf or seed, prolific, self-seeding,great in mixed beds, easy to grow, full sun, easy to collect seed.
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Mari KeatingHerbLovage2014lotssaved yearlycelery-like, perennial, tall, dries well, many cooking uses, side shoots
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Mari KeatingHerbBronze Fennel"plantanise/licorice flavor, easy self-seeds, lots of uses, seeds and leaves
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Mari KeatingHerbCurly Parsley2012Dark, tightly curled leaves, prolific, culinary, medicinal, breeding/feeding for Swallowtail butterfly
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Mari KeatingHerbLovage"plantPerennial, celery type herb, 3'-4', strong celery flavor great freash, cooked in soups, etc. or dried
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Mari KeatingHerbMullein2013Morelife PermMedicinal, perennial, seed easy to save
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Mari KeatingHerbPurple Basil2013Mild flavor,ruffled leaves, beautiful in salads and vinegars
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Mari KeatingKaleRussian2014lotsfrom my own plantsHardy, proloific, pest resistant, nutrient dense, overwinters well, easy to save seeds from.
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Mari KeatingKaleRussian Variety 2014My Own plantsHardy, Prolific, Overwinters, Nutricuous, Good food for chooks
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Mari KeatingKaleRussian Kale2012prolific, cold hardy, Siberian type, self-seeds easily
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Mari KeatingOkraDark Pod2013City Rising FarmsProlific, large pods ( 6-8" if unpicked)
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Mari KeatingOkralight Pod2013City Rising Farms
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Mari KeatingOtherLamb's Quarters2014lotsannuallyPerennial, Wild Spinnich, Continuois harvest, Nutrient dense.
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Mari KeatingPepperCayenne"HMClassic, long, thin red(hot) pepper, Great fresh or dried
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Mari KeatingPepperGhost"Gales nurseryOne of the hottest peppers around. Handle with caution, use sparingly.
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Mari KeatingPepperSheep's Nose Peppers2013 Crown Point Ecology CenterPimiento, mild, Ohio bred, produced well in mild weather
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Mari KeatingSquashSpaghetti2014smallsaved from bought organicversatile,pasta alternative, mild flavor, full sun, lengthy maturation(days?) like all sqash, easy to save seed
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Mari KeatingTomatoBlack Krim2013Crown Point 80 day, purple-black color, heirloom from Russia, delicious and unique
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Mari KeatingTomatoBrandywine2013" 2009Favorite Heirloom, potato-type leaf, pink when ripe, 1 lb each is common, great slicing/sandwich tomato
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Mari KeatingTomatoHillbilly 2013Crown Point 80-85 days, large bi-color (yellow with red marbling) rich sweet, jeirloom, believed to be from W. Va.
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Mari KeatingTomatoOxheart/Cuor di Bue"Pagano?Hefty Italian bred, like Amish paste in shape and meatiness, but larger and more robust flavor
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Mari KeatingTomatoRopreco Paste2013Seeds of ChangeCertified Organic,determinate, Roma -type, good short season, northern type, early maturing paste tomato
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Mari KeatingTomatoRussian Persimmon 2013Judis StraussDeep Orange, very flavorful,sweet, thin skinned, good salad, sandwich tomato
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Mari KeatingTomatoSweet 100 (1000?)"LivingstonRadically prolific and perennial in its ease of self-seed, sweet, tasty
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Mari KeatingTomatoYellow Pear2013Livingston SeedsCherry type, sweet, low-acid, good container plant, easy, disease resistant
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mkSquashPie Pumpkin"plantVolunteered in the front yarden this year! Compact, meaty, deep orange and obviously a scrapper.
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