Have you started your Indian vegetable garden this Spring?

ladybug_la(9)March 23, 2011

I just started some seeds for ridge gourd, beans, bottle gourd & okra. I had planted ridge gourd & bitter gourd last year, and the ridge gourd produced well into December.

What have you started / planted already?

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Seedssun

Hello,

Please send me some ridge gourd and bottle gourd seeds.
what other seed you got to share..i can share many seeds.
please email : myids10@gmail.com

thanks

    Bookmark   March 23, 2011 at 10:04PM
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teauteau(KC5/6)

I have tinda, lemon grass, several varieties of Indian eggplants, gongura and bitter gourd started. I am anxious to see how the tinda comes out. I have raised gongura before which is called Jamaica in Mexico and the calyx makes a great cranberry-tasting sauce or juice. I also have a small curry tree I bought last summer from Logee's. It was 5 inches tall when I bought it and now it is almost 2 feet tall and the tip has started growing again now that our days are getting longer. I am not Indian but I am really interested in growing Indian vegetables as I love Indian, Bengali and other South Asian cuisines. I also sell at a local farmers market and hope to be able to cater to some of our South Asian community here. I am also trying wax gourd this year too. I have grown the bitter gourd/melon before and I enjoy the taste.

    Bookmark   March 24, 2011 at 11:15AM
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