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Wednesday, April 4, 2012

2011 Grow List & Harvest Count Summary


I just wanted to save my 2011 grow list and harvest totals for reference.   I finally went back and tallied up my harvest totals.  I'm wiping the slate clean for 2012 and wanted to keep this list somewhere where I would have access to it .


2011 EDIBLES GROW LIST

  • ARUGULA
  • ASIAN GREENS - Gai Lan
  • ASIAN GREENS - Tatsoi
  • ASIAN GREENS, BOK CHOY - Baby Bok Choy
  • ASIAN GREENS, KAI CHOI - Waianae Strain
  • ASIAN GREENS, MUSTARD - Mizuna
  • ASIAN GREENS, MUSTARD - Osaka Purple
  • ASIAN GREENS, PAC CHOI - Da Cheong Chae
  • ASIAN GREENS, PAC CHOI - Red Choi
  • BEANS, DRIED - Borlotti Dwarf (seeds shared by Linda)
  • BEANS, DRIED - Dragon's Tongue
  • BEANS, GREEN - Blue Lake Bush
  • BEANS, GREEN - Cantare Haricot Nain (French)
  • BEETS - Bull's Blood
  • BEETS - Chiogga
  • BEETS - Detroit Dark Red
  • BEETS - Golden
  • BLUEBERRY - Bluecrop, planted in 2010
  • BROCCOLI - Waltham 29
  • CABBAGE, CHINESE - Soloist
  • CABBAGE, CHINESE - Winter Elf
  • CARROTS - Asian New Kuroda (seeds shared by Suzie)
  • CARROTS - Little Finger
  • CARROTS - Mini Sweet
  • CARROTS - Parisian Market
  • CARROTS - Rothlid
  • CARROTS - Scarlet Nantes
  • CARROTS - Sweet Treat
  • CELERY - Utah (seeds shared by Jessica)
  • CUCUMBERS - Boston Pickling
  • CUCUMBERS - Lemon, purchased starters
  • CUCUMBERS - Parisian Pickling
  • CUCUMBERS - Tasty Green
  • EDAMAME - Envy
  • EGGPLANT - Ichiban, purchased starter
  • EGGPLANT - Konasu (seeds shared by Suzie)
  • EGGPLANT - Listada de Gandia
  • EGGPLANT - Thai Long Green, purchased starter
  • EGGPLANT - Tiger
  • FLOWERS - Nasturtium
  • GARLIC - Oregon Blue, purchased
  • GARLIC - Spanish Roja, purchased
  • HERBS, BASIL - Italian Large Leaf
  • HERBS, BASIL - Lemon
  • HERBS, BASIL - Sweet
  • HERBS, BEE BALM
  • HERBS, CILANTRO - Slow Blot, purchased starter plant
  • HERBS, DILL
  • HERBS, MINT - Mint Julep Spearmint (overwintered from 2010)
  • HERBS, OREGANO - Italian (overwintered from 2010)
  • HERBS, PARSLEY (seeds shared by Minji)
  • HERBS, PARSLEY - Curly (overwintered from 2010)
  • HERBS, PARSLEY - Italian, purchased starter plant
  • HERBS, ROSEMARY (overwintered from 2010)
  • HERBS, SAGE - Pineapple (overwintered from 2010)
  • HERBS, THYME
  • HERBS, THYME - Orange (seeds shared by Linda)
  • KALE - Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch (seeds shared by Linda)
  • KALE - Lacinato
  • LEEK - Large American Flag
  • LETTUCE - Allstar Gourmet Mix (Leaf Lettuce), purchased starters
  • LETTUCE - Anuenue
  • LETTUCE - Australian Yellowleaf
  • LETTUCE - Craquerelle du Midi "Winter Density" (French)
  • LETTUCE - Garnet Oakleaf
  • LETTUCE - Merveille des 4 Saisons "Marvel of 4 Seasons" (French)
  • LETTUCE - Outredgeous (Red Romaine)
  • LETTUCE - Parris Island Romaine
  • LETTUCE - Petite Rouge (Romaine), purchased starters
  • LETTUCE - Red Sails (Leaf)
  • LETTUCE - Rouge D'Hiver Romaine
  • MELON - Charentais
  • MELON - Petit Gris De Rennes
  • MELON - Tularosa Market (seeds shared by Linda H.)
  • ONIONS - Copra
  • ONIONS - Green Onions, replanted from store bought
  • ONIONS - Walla Walla, grown & purchased starters
  • PEAS, SHELLING - Pioneer, purchased starters
  • PEAS, SNAP - Sugar Lace
  • PEAS, SNAP - Sugar Snap, purchased starters
  • PEAS, SNOW - Oregon Sugar Pod
  • PEPPER - Hawaiian Chili
  • PEPPER - Hot Cherry Bomb
  • PEPPER - Italian Pepperoncini
  • PEPPER - Jalapeno (seeds shared by Minji)
  • PEPPER - Patio Red Marconi
  • PEPPER - Shishito
  • PLUM (planted 2009) - Dwarf Santa Rosa
  • RADISH - Easter Egg II
  • RADISH - French Breakfast (seeds shared by Mimi)
  • RADISH - Rose d'Hiver de Chine Radish (FRENCH)
  • RASPBERRY, SUMMER-BEARING - Meeker, planted 5/1/10
  • SPINACH - Olympia
  • SPINACH - Red Trooper
  • SPINACH - Tyee
  • SQUASH, SUMMER - Black Beauty
  • SQUASH, SUMMER - Clarinette Lebanese
  • SQUASH, SUMMER - Patisson Golden Marbre Scallop
  • SQUASH, WINTER - Kabocha
  • STRAWBERRY - Berries Galore (everybearing), planted in 2010
  • STRAWBERRY - Hood (June bearing), planted in 2010
  • STRAWBERRY - Pretty in Pink (everbearing), planted in 2010
  • STRAWBERRY - Tribute (day neutral), planted in 2010
  • SWISS CHARD - Bright Lights
  • TOMATILLO - Mexican Strain
  • TOMATILLO - Verde (seeds shared by Jessica) & purchased starter
  • TOMATO - Ananas Noire, purchased starter
  • TOMATO - Black Plum Cherry, purchased starter
  • TOMATO - Cherokee Purple
  • TOMATO - Glacier
  • TOMATO - Green Zebra (seeds shared by Becky)
  • TOMATO - Organic Kellogg's Breakfast
  • TOMATO - Paul Robeson (seeds shared by Suzie)
  • TOMATO - Pineapple
  • TOMATO - Roma
  • TOMATO - San Marzano
  • TOMATO - Sun Gold

2011 HARVEST Totals (5/23/11 - 9/26/11)

  • Asian Greens (bok choy, tatsoi, pac choi) = 12.97 lb
  • Beans, dried = 0.87 lb
  • Beans, green = 1.67 lb
  • Beets & greens = 0.09 lb
  • Berries (strawberry, raspberry, blueberry) = 5.41 lb
  • Broccoli & Gai Lan = 1.41 lb
  • Carrots = 1.66 lb
  • Celery = 7.02 lb
  • Chinese Cabbage = 12.23 lb
  • Cucumbers = 8.3 lb
  • Day Lily Buds = 0.04 lb
  • Eggplant = 4.75 lb
  • Herbs = 0.71 lb
  • Kale = 2.58 lb
  • Lettuce = 5.32 lb
  • Onions = not weighed
  • Onions, green = 0.3 lb
  • Peas = 2.77 lb
  • Peppers = 4.9 lb
  • Radish = 1.29 lb
  • Spinach, arugula & mustard greens = 1.34 lb
  • Squash, summer = 1.08 lb
  • Swiss Chard = 5.26 lb
  • Tomatillos = 6.43 lb
  • Tomatoes = 83.29 lb

3 comments:

Robin said...

Looks like last year was a good year for you!

So, happy to see you blogging again! I have missed all of your wonderful recipes!

scrapper al said...

80+ pounds of tomatoes? Impressive!!

~Holly~ said...

Robin: Thanks! Last year was pretty good despite our fickle weather. I hope I'm back in gear! Got lots of posts to get up!

scrapper al: I know right? Too bad a lot of it wasn't used for the purpose it was grown for. They all ripened at the end of Sept (right before I was leaving for vacation). I had to freeze a lot of them and/or give them away to anyone who would take them. LOL! This year I'll scale down the operation. My eyes were too hungry for my capabilities!