All Seasons Cabbage - A variety that is supposed to do well no matter when it's planted - heat of summer included. It's also touted as producing heads in the 10-12 pound range. Having never successfully grown cabbage before, that sounds pretty good sized. Should give us plenty of cabbage for coleslaw anyway. I planted 26 seeds in this container.
Goat Horn Peppers - A hot variety, grown for the interesting name. I planted ten seeds.
Princess Faten Pepper - This one is a bit of a mystery. Like the Bob's Pickling, it was a freebie from PepperLover. This one seems to have absolutely no information whatsoever available. I found a few comments here and there from people asking what it was, people saying they were going to grow it out, but no results. Nobody came back to those posts to update, I found no photos, no information at all. If these produce peppers, I promise to write up about them. I planted nine seeds in this container, which leaves me with about four seeds to try indoors to see if I can get these to grow.
Root Beer? Iris - While out in the yard today I noticed the bucket we'd brought some irises over from the old house had never gotten put in the ground. It still had dried flower stalks on it, so I harvested them and dug through to find eleven seeds. I think these are the root beer irises, but they might not be. We also had Rare Treat, and Siberian irises. I'm going to bet on Root Beer though. Seed produced irises are always a little different than their parent stock, so if these come up they'll be an interesting mystery. I planted all 11 seeds.
I know I promised a live stream. We managed to get it partially set up. The problem is that the only way to get it to stream to YouTube is to stream everything on my computer - which means I can't write my blog, update the Facebook page, or do anything else on my computer while it's streaming. And anything that pops up will be visible in the video.
Unfortunately tomorrow is another long day for Tony to work, and then we won't have time when he gets back to work on it, so it won't be until Wednesday evening that he can mess with settings and try to get it figured out. We are working on it - and as soon as I can get it up and running, without sharing my computer screen, I will certainly post about it here and on our Facebook page.
And lastly - the lady we bought Josh from - who we also bought the four goslings and the duckling currently in the brooder from... She's hatching Indian Runner ducklings tonight and tomorrow... Guess who's buying more ducklings!?