Yeah yah did.
Well, here's some stuff to do with them besides grow them, eat them and bask in their glory.
Show off, already!
my Pinterest board for all of the varieties I grew this year, add your comments and yammer with other people growing the same varieties.
This is the place. You can also see all of your variety's growing details and lots of other fun information on myFolia.
If you open your own myFolia account (it's free), you can track your plants' growing details, too. Also, we can be gardening buddies, which - oh the nerdy cuteness.
Just email me.
I'm taking requests.
If I can find your seed this winter, I'll sow it in the spring and let you know that it'll be ready for pick up by the time our last frost passes so you can plant it in your spring 2013 garden.
If you HAVE the seed but not the desire to grow transplants in your own house like a loon, I'll start them for you.
Remember - I can only save heirloom seeds (hybrid seeds, while still good, won't produce the same plants next year), so any plant marked as hybrid is a 2012 only kinda thing.
Just shoot me an email and let me know what you've got (even if it's something we didn't grow this year) and we'll plan a rendezvous.
Get nerdy with the gardeningIf this page isn't enough, there's WAY more nerdiness to be had. Read my gardening posts on this blog, follow my organic gardening articles for Examiner.com, follow me on Twitter (though, not always about gardening) and check out my gardening boards on Pinterest.
Be my blog buddy!Have a blog where you post updates about your garden? Yeah, I want to know about it. So I can cyber stalk you. Which I openly admit, so that makes it not-scary. Shoot me an email with your blog URL and I'll follow you.
Subscribe to The Finny Farmers' blog feed (just paste this URL in your Reader's "subscribe" field) to see how these plants are faring in the wild. Que exotic.