It was sheer pleasure reading through the descriptions of each fruit and vegetable in the Seed Savers catalog. Even if you don't garden, its a good read. The SSE is a non profit devoted to saving and sharing heirloom seeds. Its a great alternative to conventional seeds and the limited variety of genetically modified crap you find at the big box stores. I look at it as my own little tiny way of thumbing my nose at "big agriculture". Here's a look at what's going in my raised beds next season:
Are you a Texas gardener?
Any tips for a novice?