Better to plant a single seed than curse the price of groceries

They’re in! I ordered this year’s seeds way back in the bleak midwinter and then got busy with other things. Finally, a great big manilla envelope, full of lots of smaller envelopes of hope, has arrived. This is garden #4 for me, and while I’ve learned a few things along the way, I still have a lot of experimenting to do. This year’s selections fall into three categories: tried and true, sounds like a good idea, and what was I thinking? Here’s the inventory, in no particular order:

Marfax Dry Bean

Sugar Daddy Snap Pea

Black Turtle Dry Bean

Early Wonder Beet

Kentucky Wonder Bush Bean

Nasturtium

Pak Choi [sic]

Arugula

Chiogga Beet

Tendersweet Carrot

Butternut Winter Squash

Bennings Green Tint Scallop Summer Squash

Early Prolific Straightneck Summer Squash

Blacktail Mountain Watermelon

Ebony Acorn Winter Squash

Total, including shipping: $24.72

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