I hadn't anticipated ordering so much, but this is what happens when you get The Bug. I'm also going to have a lot more room to fill up, so this is the main excuse that was running through my mind as I kept adding to the list.
Even so, there are a bunch of things I'd like to order but didn't because I didn't want to go too overboard. I just petted the pictures on the pages of the catalog and whispered "Next year, my darling."
Ok, that sounded weird.
Links to some of the more interesting things:
Seed Savers Exchange: Snail Flower, Amish Deertongue looseleaf lettuce, and Sweet Chocolate pepper (brown outside, red inside).
John Scheeper’s Kitchen Seeds: Yellowstone carrot, Hailstone radish (white), Helios radish (yellow), Caribbean Red Habanero pepper (Satan-death hot. Matt wanted it, I don’t know why. Neither of us eat hot peppers).
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds: Molly Frazier bean, Little Marvel pea, Jaune Paille des Vertus onion, Tlacolula pink tomato, Amish Paste tomato, Purple Russian tomato, Haogen (sometimes just Ogen) Israeli melon.
Seeds of Change: Safflower; Turga parsnips; Yellow Intermediate Mangel beets; Reve Scallopini squash; Sweet Valentine looseleaf lettuce; and Speckled Field pea, another cover crop.
Cook’s Garden: Yummy sweet pepper (orange); Kwintus pole bean (a long, flat Italian variety); Munich Bier Radish (CAN’T WAIT!!!); Trionfo VIoletto purple pole bean; and an order of leek seedlings.
Territorial Seeds: only two things here. An order of a dozen sweet potato slips and an order of some real, honest-to-god French Gray Shallots, which would be for fall.