2021 - What are we planting?

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  1. Fat Controller

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    It seems a long way off at the moment, but 2021's gardening season will be upon us before we know it (thankfully) so I thought I would start a thread where we can post what we are planning and what we have bought for the next season. My main seed order has arrived this morning, and I am quietly chuffed with my little haul:

    • Basil (Classic Italian)
    • Cabbage Greyhound
    • Kale Nere de Toscana
    • Dwarf French Bean Orinoco
    • Hot Pepper - Cayenne Red
    • Hot Pepper - Chocolate Habanero
    • Sweet Pepper D'asti Giallo
    • Sweet Pepper Long Red Marconi
    • Leek Giant Winter
    • Leed Mammoth Blanch
    • Mangetout Pea Oregon Sugar Pod
    • Ishikura Spring Onion
    • Pea Ambassador
    • Pea Purple Podded
    • Parsnip Gladiator
    • Sugar Snap Pea Delikett
    • Radish French Breakfast
    • Sweetcorn Goldcrest
    • Sweecorn Minipop
    • Swiss Chard Rainbow Mixed
    • Tomato Alicante
    • Tomato Black Cherry
    • Tomato Marmande
    • Tomato Rasberry Oxheart
    • Tomato San Marzano
    • Tomato Tigerella


    Should keep us amused....

    I need to sort out some seed potatoes at some stage - I think I will go with the one that @JWK suggested (Winston?) but am also open to suggestions for later ones or different ones.
     
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      If you can get hold of Potato 'Mona Lisa', FC, it's by far the best I've ever grown.
      My '2021' starts this month :biggrin: Will be planting onion sets, shallots, garlic, broad beans and peas. And re-planting tired old bits of border as well as replacing all the fruit trees that drowned last Spring. :phew:
       
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        Can't find any at the minute, but I will have a look for them, thank you @noisette47
         
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          Tomatoes... I'm going for my old faithfulls..Beefmasters and Alicante..probably sneek in some cherry toms too..
          Cues ...again I shall be growing Socrates..
          Oh don't get me started because I promised myself I'd simmer down and not get carried away..It's not going to happen is it...:doh::biggrin:
           
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