Sunday, September 21, 2008

Cool-Season Vegetable Seeds






















Fall starts tomorrow, and that means it's time for cool-season crops. I ordered a bunch of heirloom lettuces from the Seed Savers Exchange, and picked up some arugula, chervil, mâche, and Chioggia beet seeds at a local nursery.

I've already planted some of the 'Rouge d'Hiver' lettuce in a wooden wine crate.

Anyone else have some cool new vegetables to share?

2 comments:

Susy said...

I love seed packets, so great. I have more than I should and old ones that probably aren't viable any more. There's just something about the promise that comes inside.

Parsec said...

Exactly! And I always end up doing impulse-purchases when at the nursery.