Well, mostly that is. Enough to get lists updated:
Subject to change once I get all seeds sorted and entered into the database.
Yes, that’s 2,115 total varieties, including 1,506 varieties of tomatoes! Regrettably, it will take many weeks to finish processing 31,000+ photos, writing descriptions and getting a user-friendly, mobile-friendly website up and running. I’ve been threatening to do a major overhaul for a couple of years now. Turns out that I’m struggling with Webstarts, which uses technology from the 1990’s. So within the next couple of weeks, there will be a point at which the main website will go offline while I transfer everything over to a much more streamlined platform – one that hopefully will be at least 20 times faster for me.
Here are a few plates of tomato seeds just put out to dry – the tail end of some 1,600 total batches of seeds, more than half of them tomato seeds – saved in 2015.
This location is about 1 hour away, photo taken yesterday from atop Angel’s Landing .