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61 varieties...and counting!

(I've been out of the loop for a bit due to an injury...a pinched nerve from cervical spine compression, to be exact. It's been quite an adventure and one I hope never to repeat. More tests are still to be done, and physical therapy should start this week. My body has made it plainly clear that life is too short to do anything but the best for one's body...and oh yes - I'm listening!)

So here we are, the very end of December and I'm terribly proud of the fact that we've already started our 2017 seeds! Ottilie and I have got 61 varieties started already:

Chives Onion

Pepper Big Chili

Pepper Rooster Spur

Pepper Aji Amarillo

Pepper Aji Dulce

Pepper Albino Bullnose

Pepper Anaheim

Pepper Anaheim

Pepper Bulgarian Carrot

Pepper Buran

Pepper Butch-T

Pepper California Wonder Golden

Pepper California Wonder Red

Pepper Chervena Chushka

Pepper Chocolate Bell

Pepper Corbaci

Pepper Corno di Toro Rosso

Pepper Douce d'Espagne

Pepper Espellete

Pepper Feher ozon

Pepper Golden Cayenne

Pepper Indian Finger

Pepper Jalapeno M

Pepper Jimmy Nardello

Pepper Leutschauer

Pepper Miniature Red Bell

Pepper Miniature Yellow Bell

Pepper Numex Twilight

Pepper Orange Bell

Pepper Orange Habanero

Pepper Ornamental Black Pearl

Pepper Pepperoncini Italian

Pepper Pimento

Pepper Red Cheese

Pepper Red Moruga

Pepper Santa Fe Grande

Pepper Serrano Chili

Pepper Tequila Sunrise

Pepper Tobago Seasoning

Pepper Trinidad Moruga Scorpion

Coreopsis Early Sunrise

Cypress Vine White

Eggplant Malaysian Dark Red

Eggplant Louisiana Long Green

Eggplant Black Beauty

Gaura The Bride

Gooseberry Giant Cape

Ground Cherry Aunt Molly's

Horehound White

Kale Lacinato

Lovage Lovage

Milkweed Red/Swamp

Milkweed Butterfly

Pepper Peter

Sunflower Ox Eye

Bergamot Wild (Monarda Fistulosa)

Collards Georgia Southern

Hollyhock Summer Carnival, Mixed colors

Pollinator Cardinal Climber

Tomatillo Toma Verde

There's almost 200 more to start over the next few months. I LOVE this time of year and seeing all those pretty babies popping up over their pots! Yes, it is a *lot* of work, but I wouldn't change it for the world.

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