Historial Socity sells plants that are -- historical!

alison(6b/OH)April 24, 2008

The Ohio Historical Society is holding another round of historical plant sales this year. I didn't get to the one last year, but I've got the date for the Columbus center circled on my calendar -- anyone want to go with me?

PLants are on sale this weekend at Adena Masion and gardens, and next weekend at the Historical Society in Columbus.

Check the link below for more information and mouthwatering descriptions, but here's a list to whet your appetite:


1884, Black from Tula, Brandywine, Cherokee Purple, Egyptian, Favorite, Golden Queen, Green Grape (Cherry tomato), Green Zebra, Magnus, Old Ivory Egg, Paragon Livingston, Reisentraube (Cherry), Soldaki.

Heirloom Flowers

African Daisy ÂBuff BeautyÂ, Celosia (1570), Amish Cockscomb, Bunny Tails /HareÂs Tail Grass, Corn Poppy (Rare), Gas Plant/Burning Bush, Hollyhock Nigra (1629), Hyacinth Bean (1804), JobÂs Tears (Rare), JosephÂs Coat (1786), Love-In-A-Mist (1570), Nasturtium Alaska Mix, Painted Tongue, Historic Pansies, Pink-Pheasant Eye (Dianthus), Sensitive Plant (Mimosa), Heirloom Snapdragons.

Here is a link that might be useful: Historical Society plant sale

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Pretty good sale, and pretty good prices. I'll defintiely go again next year, altho' maybe I'll actually stick to my plans next time.

I went just to get the scarlet runner bean plants. I ended up getting some salpiglosis, some Marseille basil, salpiglossis, snail vine, cardinal climber, a "Hillbilly" and Reisentraube tomato, and -- you guessed it -- no scarlet runner beans. They were all gone by 9:30.

Still, great sale. Plants were all big and healthy, and most were about $3. Not cheap, but for varieties you seldom see, it was worth it.

Most amazingly -- I've got them all planted already!

    Bookmark   May 6, 2008 at 2:54PM
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