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Iowa State University, Northwest Research Farms and Allee Demonstration Farm 2006 Home Demonstration Gardens
No differences were observed in the geranium series of cultivars (Elite, Multi-bloom, Orbit, Introduction
Maverick, Ringo 200, Ripple, Black Velvet, and Home demonstration gardens were located at Pinto). All grew and bloomed well throughout nine sites across the state. The objective was to the growing season, often without deadheading grow, display, and compare a wide variety of vegetables and flowers. Some of the themes for the 2006 garden included a plethora of peppers, The performance of the unusual green melons unusual green melons, geraniums, ornamental (Boule d’Or, Passport, Arava, Amy, Savor, pigweed, and a food guide pyramid garden. consistent. Some cultivars performed well at Materials and Methods
some farms while dying prematurely at other Horticulture greenhouses in Ames, IA. The transplants were transported and planted at Twelve accessions of ornamental pigweeds or research farms by the end of May. A few plants amaranth were donated from the North Central for the food guide pyramid garden (beets, Regional Plant Introduction Station in Ames, carrots, beans, spinach, etc.) were directly IA. Most of the accessions grew and bloomed well at all farms. At a few of the farms, number 603899 (Splendens Perfecta type) and 553073 Limited fertilizer and pesticides were used. (Love lies Bleeding type) did not survive. Plants were watered at planting and then as Accessions 566897 (Kerala Red type), 604461 needed throughout the growing season. The amount of water applied at each garden varied introductions (Pillar Orange and Pillar Red) Results and Discussion
In general, all peppers, geranium, amaranth, and The contribution of time and labor of the ISU plants for the food guide pyramid garden Research and Demonstration Farms office and performed beautifully at all research farms. each participating farm was greatly appreciated Forty cultivars of peppers were grown at each throughout the duration of this project. In farm with at least nine cultivars from each of the addition, the author would like to thank the North Central Regional Plant Introduction ornamental peppers. Observational data on Station in Ames for selecting and donating Iowa State University, Northwest Research Farms and Allee Demonstration Farm Table 1. Comparison of forty pepper cultivars grown at nine ISU Research and Demonstration Farms
from May to August 2006.

Green to red; large rounded pepper; late Green to orange; heirloom; unusual shape; late Green to orange; small heirloom pepper; early Green to red; large, tapered pepper; early Green to red; large, triangular pepper; early Green to red; small, narrow pepper; late Ornamental
Green to purple to red; purple foliage; early Green to yellow, orange, and red; compact habit; early Green to white to red; heirloom, variegated leaves; few plants survived Green to white, yellow, orange, or red; small, round peppers; compact habit Green to purple to red; purple and green leaves


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