Buddy's Betsy

Buddy's Betsy

Buddy's Betsy

$30.00 Double Fan

Available

Hall-J.
2013
Tetraploid
Evergreen
30 inches
5.75 inches
Early



Buddy's Shaun

Buddy's Shaun

Buddy's Shaun

$50.00 Double Fan

Available

Hall-J.
2013
Tetraploid
Evergreen
35 inches
10 inches
Early



Buena Fortuna

Buena Fortuna (2)

Buena Fortuna

$18.00 Double Fan

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Hensley-D.
2008
Tetraploid
Dormant
36 inches
6 inches
Late



Buffalo Bill

Buffalo Bill Buffalo Bill

Buffalo Bill

$15.00 Double Fan

Available

Salter
2013
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
29 inches
6.5 inches
Midseason



Bumblebee Lady

Bumblebee Lady

Bumblebee Lady

Held For Increase

Gossard
2006
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
40 inches
8.5 inches
Early
Rebloom
Diurnal
Early Morning Opener (EMO)
26-30
5-way



Buried Treasure

Buried Treasure

Buried Treasure

$5.00 Double Fan

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Moldovan
1961
Diploid
Dormant
32 inches
Early
Extended Bloom



Burnin' Down the House

Burnin' Down the House

Burnin' Down the House

Held For Increase

Owen-P.
2010
Tetraploid
Dormant
28 inches
6.25 inches
Early midseason
Rebloom
Diurnal
21-25
4-way



Buzz Saw

Buzz Saw

Buzz Saw

Held For Increase

Gossard
2003
Tetraploid
Dormant
28 inches
5.5 inches
Midseason-Late
Rebloom
Diurnal
16-20
3-way



By the Golden Rule

By the Golden Rule

By the Golden Rule

Held For Increase

Kamensky
2005
Diploid
Dormant
32 inches
4 inches
Extra early
Extended Bloom
Rebloom
26-30
4-way



Caldera

Caldera

Caldera

$18.00 Double Fan

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Lambert
1989
Diploid
Dormant
20 inches
9 inches
Midseason



Calderon Seedling 1

Calderon seedling 1

Calderon Seedling 1

Held For Trial

(Coral Taco X Kermit's Scream)
Calderon (Year unknown)
Diploid
Dormant/Semi-evergreen
22 inches
6.5 inches
Midseason



Calderon Seedling 2

Calderon seedling 2

Calderon Seedling 2

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(Early and Often X Pink Stripes)
Calderon
Diploid
Dormant
28 inches
4 inches
Early midseason



Calico Jack

Calico Jack

Calico Jack

$15.00 Double Fan

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Trimmer 1998
Tetraploid
Evergreen but hardy
28 inches/5.5 inches
Early midseason



Calico Poly

Calico Poly (2)

Calico Poly

Held For Increase

Reinke-J.
2009
Diploid
Dormant
34 inches
7 inches
Midseason

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Carolina Octopus

Carolina Octopus

Carolina Octopus

Held For Increase

Baxter
2002
Diploid
Dormant
28 inches
10 inches
Early



Carolina Wild Thing

Carolina Wild Thing

Carolina Wild Thing

Held For Increase

Boatwright
2010
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
28 inches
6.25 inches
Early
Rebloom
Diurnal
16-20
4-way



Cat Scratch

Cat Scratch

Cat Scratch

Held For Increase

Shooter-E.
2008
Diploid
Semi-evergreen
45 inches
5.25 inches
Late
Extended Bloom
Rebloom
Nocturnal
46 & over
9-way or more



Catapult Sam

Catapult Sam

Catapult Sam

Held For Increase

Reed
2005
Diploid
Dormant
45 inches
7 inches
Midseason-Late
Extended Bloom
26-30
3-way



Catcher in the Eye

Catcher in the Eye

Catcher in the Eye

Held For Increase

Kinnebrew-J.
2001
Tetraploid
Evergreen
30 inches
5.25 inches
Early midseason
Rebloom
Diurnal
26-30
4-way



Cayenne

Cayenne

Cayenne

$12.00 Double Fan

Available

Murphy-J.P.
2005
Diploid
Dormant
36 inches
6.5 inches
Very Late
Extended Bloom
Rebloom
26-30
5-way



Celeriac (Knollecellerie)

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Celeriac (Knollecellerie)

$2.00 Seed Packet

Available

Celeriac, or "Root Celery," is still a popular vegetable in Europe and has enjoyed increasing popularity in the U.S. as well. It is a celery that is grown not for its stalks, but for its bulbous root, which has a mild, pleasing celery flavor and is used raw in salads or cooked in soups. The stalks are small, strong-tasting, stringy, and generally unpalatable. If finely chopped, they may be used to flavor soups and other dishes.

Culture is slightly different from regular celery, in that some effort must be put forth in order to harvest a reasonably large bulb in the fall. Plants must be kept well-watered, especially during dry summers. Outer stalks are removed periodically in order to encourage large bulb formation. Bulbs store well after harvested, a definite advantage for pre-1932 communal kitchen cooks. (Plants usually do not produce seeds the first year and are not winter hardy in Iowa, so new seed must be purchased each year. “Large Smooth Prague” is generally the variety of choice.)

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Chaotic

Chaotic

Chaotic

Held For Increase

Gossard
2007
Tetraploid
Evergreen
31 inches
4.5 inches
Early midseason
Rebloom
Diurnal
Early Morning Opener (EMO)
21-25
4-way



Chaotic Design

Chaotic Design

Held For Increase

Gossard
2008
Diploid
Dormant
52 inches
5 inches
Midseason



Chasing the Dragon

Chasing the Dragon

Chasing the Dragon

$25.00 Single Fan

Available

Fass
2014
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
44 inches
7 inches
Midseason



Cherokee Star

Cherokee Star

Cherokee Star

$15.00 Double Fan

Available

Santa Lucia
1995
Tetraploid
Dormant
32 inches
6 inches
Midseason-Late



Cherry Cheeks

Cherry Cheeks Cherry Cheeks

Cherry Cheeks

$6.00 Double Fan

Available

Peck
1968
Tetraploid
Dormant
28 inches
6 inches
Midseason-Late



Cheryl Alderman

Cheryl Alderman

Cheryl Alderman

$20.00 Double Fan

Available

Olson-E.
2005
Tetraploid
Dormant
29 inches
6 inches
Early midseason
Occasionally polymerous



Chevron Spider

Chevron Spider

Chevron Spider

Held For Increase

Hansen
1992
Diploid
Evergreen
30 inches
10 inches
Early midseason



Chief Four Fingers

Chief Four Fingers

Chief Four Fingers

$12.00 Double Fan

Available

Roberts-N.
2002
Diploid
Semi-evergreen
44 inches
6 inches
Midseason
Display only
Polymerous 80%



Citrina

Citrina Citrina clump

Citrina

$15.00 Double Fan

Available

Baroni (discovered by)
1897
Diploid
Dormant
36+ inches
2-4 inches
Midseason, Midseason-Late, Late



Citron Melon (Zitter)

Citron.melon

Citron Melon (Zitter)

$2.00 Seed Packet

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Looking for all the world like miniature watermelons, citrons are bound to disappoint anyone who attempts to eat one raw. The flesh is hard, white, and practically tasteless. Citrons are eaten primarily in a pickled form, with the dominant flavoring usually that of cloves and cinnamon. The vines are also quite similar to watermelon, as is this plant's culture. When processing citron, save the seeds, dry them, and plant to thickness of seed when the weather turns warm in late May or early June.

Though grown in Amana gardens, Citron Melon is not a variety peculiar to Amana. Seed is available commercially in the United States, e.g. from Stokes Seeds, Buffalo, NY.



Cobraskin Necktie

Cobraskin Necktie Cobraskin Necktie

Cobraskin Necktie

$25.00 Double Fan

Available

Hanson-C.
2005
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
39 inches
6 inches
Early midseason

HARD TO FIND



Cockspur

Cockspur

Cockspur

$12.00 Double Fan

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Kropf-Tankesley-Clarke
1991
Diploid
Dormant
28 inches
6 inches
Midseason-Late



Collard Dream

Collard Dream

Collard Dream

$8.00 Double Fan

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Kirchhoff-D.
1999
Tetraploid
Evergreen but hardy
30 inches
5.5 inches
Early midseason



Complex Complexities

Complex Complexities

Complex Complexities

Held For Increase

Lambertson
2011
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
27 inches
5 inches
Early
Rebloom
Diurnal
16-20
3-way



Condilla

Condilla

Condilla

$8.00 Double Fan

Available

Grooms1977
Diploid
Dormant
20 inches
4.5 inches
Early midseason



Corky

Corky

Corky

$8.00 Double Fan

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Fischer-H.A.
1959
Dormant
34 inches
Midseason



Cosmic Blast

Cosmic Blast

Cosmic Blast

Held For Increase

Salter
2011
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
30 inches
6 inches
Midseason



Cosmic Kaleidoscope

Cosmic Kaleidoscope

Cosmic Kaleidoscope

$35.00 Double Fan

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Carpenter-J.
2006
Diploid
Evergreen
27 inches
6.5 inches
Midseason



Cowboy Scarf

Cowboy Scarf

Cowboy Scarf

$65.00 Double Fan

Held For Increase

Goldner-Rinke
2008
Diploid
Dormant
34 inches
7 inches
Midseason



Cradle of Bethlehem

Cradle of Bethlehem

Cradle of Bethlehem

$25.00 Double Fan

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Shooter-E.
2007
Diploid
Dormant
26 inches
5.5 inches
Midseason



Crazy Mr. Jim

Crazy Mr Jim

Crazy Mr. Jim

$35.00 Double Fan

Available

Owen-P.
2010
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
25 inches
9 inches
Early midseason
Polymerous 70%



Creamsicle Cool

Creamsicle Cool

Creamsicle Cool

Held For Increase

Pearce-G.
2011
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
28 inches
6.5 inches
Early midseason
Rebloom
Diurnal
31-35
5-way



Creative Design

creative design

Creative Design

Held For Increase

Gossard
2011
Diploid
Dormant
29 inches
5.5 inches
Midseason
Rebloom
Diurnal
16-20
3-way



Creative Edge

Creative Edge

Creative Edge

$8.00 Double Fan

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Stamile
1993
Tetraploid
Semi-evergreen
23 inches
6 inches
Midseason



Damien Charman

Damien Charman

Damien Charman

Held For Increase

Charman
2007
Tetraploid
Evergreen
32 inches
4.75 inches
Early midseason
Rebloom
Diurnal
46 & over
8-way



Dan White

Dan White (3)

Dan White

$15.00 Double Fan

Available

Bachman
2005
Diploid
Semi-evergreen
40 inches
8.5 inches
Midseason



Dash Dot Dash

Dash Dot Dash Dash Dot Dash

Dash Dot Dash

$25.00 Double Fan

Held For Increase

Ridder
2008
Diploid
Semi-evergreen
30 inches
7 inches
Early midseason



Contact Info

Cottage-in-the-Meadow Gardens
306 Hwy. 220 Trail
PO Box 107
South Amana, IA 52334
P:319-622-3800
rettigs@southslope.net
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