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add to favorites veggies For Exchange
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i have hendersons bush lima bean, strawberry popcorn, hopi yellow watermelon, and dill seed to trade. looking to trade for other veggies. the stranger or odder the better. all grown in 2012.
add to favorites Seeds of rare or wild edible plants and some ornamental For Sale
Seeds of many rare, often edible plants. Many of them were harvested from wild state in Poland.
Seed list:
Bishop's Goutweed - Aegopodium podagraria Rare vegetable 200 seeds
Wild Field Garlic – Allium oleraceum – 100 aerial bulbils
Crow Garlic, Wild Onion – Allium vineale – 100 aerial bulbils
Althaea cannabina - Hemp-leaved Marshmallow 50 seeds
Green Amaranth– Amaranthus chlorostachys – rare vegetable and cereal (wild form) 100 seeds
Wild Angelica - Angelica sylvestris - a rare spice 50 seeds
Asian Belladonna – Anisodus luridus – a very ornamental, frost hardy (zone 6 and more), tall (6ft) perennial – 20 seeds
Wild Chervil - Anthriscus sylvestris - rare vegetable - 200 fresh seeds
Hastate Orach - Atriplex hastata - a rare wild vegetable 50 seeds
Hoary Orache - Atriplex nitens - unusual vegetable 250 seeds
Bunias orientalis - Turkish Rocket – rare vegetable 100 seeds
Wild Marigold, Field Marigold - Calendula arvensis 100 seeds
Creeping Bellflower - Campanula rapunculoides - a rare root vegetable 150 seeds
Hoary Cress, Perennial Peppergrass - Cardaria draba a rare vegetable 25 seeds
Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil Chaerophyllum bulbosum - tasty edible wild root vegetable - 1000 seeds, new seeds - August 2012
Fat Hen - Chenopodium album - a unknown wild vegetable 1000 seeds
Jerusalem-tea, Epazote - Chenopodium ambrosioides – a rare spice 100 seeds
Good King Henry – Chenopodium bonus-henricus – a rare vegetable 35 seeds
Oak-Leaved Goosefoot - Chenopodium glaucum - a rare wild vegetable 200 seeds
West Indian Gherkin - Cucumis anguria Rare vegetable fruit - 50 seeds
Sikkim Cucumber - Cucumis sativus var. sikkimensis 50 seeds

Cucurbita argyrosperma – Silver Edge Squash 15 seeds

Cucurbita argyrosperma - Tennessee Sweet Potato Squash 25 seeds

Blackseed Squash, Chilacayote - Cucurbita ficifolia - a rare vegetable 25 seeds

Cucurbita maxima – Atlantic Giant Pumpkin 40 seeds


Achuqcha – Cyclanthera brachybotrys, syn. Cyclanthera achocchilla – a rare vegetable 12 seeds
Cuchinito - Cyclanthera brachystachya - a rare vegetable 8 seeds
Achocha, Achokcha, Caihua- Cyclanthera pedata – a rare vegetable 20 seeds
Dwarf Tamarillo - Cyphomandra abutiloides – a tasty rare fruit 50 seeds
Guava tamarillo - Cyphomandra fragrans - a rare tasty fruit 15 seeds
Wild Balsam Apple – Echinopepon wrightii – a rare ornamental climber 10 seeds
Autumn Olive - Elaeagnus umbellata - rare edible fruit - 50 seeds
Finger Millet, Koracan - Eleusine coracana ornamental grass 100 seeds
Clove Root - Wood Avens - Geum urbanum - a rare spice 100 seeds
Giant Himalayan nettle, Nilghiri nettle - Girardinia diversifolia - Rarity edible and ornamental 15 seeds
Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides – a rare climber vegetable 25 seeds
Tall Sunflower – Helianthus giganteus – a rare root vegetable and ornamental – 25 seeds
Eltrot, Hogweed - Heracleum sphondylium – a rare vegetable – 50 seeds
White Henbane - Hyoscyamus albus - 25 seeds
Jaltomata procumbens - Jaltomate, Jaltomato 100 seeds - edible fruit

Earthnut Pea, Tuberous Sweetpea, Marcuson Lathyrus tuberosus - tasty edible tubers - 30 seeds
Galápagos Wild Tomato, Tomatillo - Lycopersicon cheesmaniae 20 seeds
Vervain Mallow - Malva alcea - a rare ornamental and edible plant 50 seeds
Mallow, French Hollyhock - Malva mauritiana - very ornamental - 50 seeds
Dwarf Mallow - Malva pusilla - a very delicious wild vegetable 50 seeds
Bitter Gourd – Momordica charantia - Bitter Melon 10 seeds
Water Chickweed, Giant Chickweed – Myosoton aquaticum – a rare vegetable 50 seeds
Large-flowered Evening-primrose - Oenothera glazoviana 150 seeds
White Lace Flower - Orlaya grandiflora - rare ornamental 40 seeds.
Pellitory-of-the-wall, Lichwort Parietaria officinalis -wild vegetable 15 seeds
Parsnip – Pastinaca sativa – wild form – 50 seeds
Swedish Ginger Peucedanum palustre- aromatic roots spice, very frost hardy 50 seeds
Camapu, Cutleaf Ground Cherry - Physalis angulata - tasty rare fruit 30 seeds
Strawberry Tomato - Physalis pruinosa - very tasty rare fruit 30 seeds
Smooth Ground Cherry - Physalis subglabrata -rare edible fruit 25seeds
Black Pimpinella Solidstem Burnet Saxifrage Pimpinella nigra Rare Spice 30 seeds
Pimpinella, Burnet Saxifrage Pimpinella saxifraga - rare aromatic spice 100 seeds
French Psyllium - Plantago arenaria - a rare medicinal plant 1000 seeds
Portulaca oleracea - Wild Purslane, Pursley - wild tasty vegetable 50 seeds
Golden Purslane - Portulaca sativa – a rare vegetable – 50 seeds
Proboscidea lousianica – Unicorn Plant, Devil’s Claws 15 seeds
Proboscidea parviflora hohokamiana – Unicorn Plant, Devil’s Claws (Domesticated Multi-claw) 15 seeds
Wild Mignonette - Reseda lutea - a rare edible and ornamental plant 50 seeds
Rampion Mignonette, Corn Mignonette – Reseda phyteuma – very rare leaf vegetable – nice honey taste 25 seeds
Broad-leaved Ragwort – Senecio fluviatilis, syn. S. sarracenius – very rare ornamental perennial 0,6-2m (2-7ft) high (wild form) – 30 fresh seeds
Wood Ragwort, Fuchs’ Groundsel - Senecio nemorensis fuchsii – a rare ornamental perennial 0,5-2m (2-7ft) high (wild form) – 50 fresh seeds
Bladder Campion Silene vulgaris - Alpine vegetable 50 seeds
Skirret – Sium sisarum – a rare root vegetable 25 seeds
Solanum aviculare - Poroporo, Rainforest Kangaroo Apple – 15 seeds
Cockroach-berry, devil's-apple - Solanum capsicoides – a rare ornamental (component of dry bouquets), an edible inner layer under peel – 35 seeds
Bittersweet (Solanum dulcamara) - ornamental climber - 100 seeds
Low Nightshade (Solanum humile) - rare plant - 30 seeds
Poroporo, Southern Kangaroo Apple - Solanum laciniatum - a tasty rare fruit 50 seeds
Mountain Kangaroo Apple – Solanum linearifolium – a tasty rare fruit 25 seeds
Orange Nightshade - Solanum luteum, syn. S. villosum – rare fruit, hardy annual - 15 seeds
Garden Huckleberry - Solanum melanocerasum - 100 seeds - edible fruit

Black Nightshade (Solanum nigrum) - 30 seeds
Cherry Nightshade, Argentinian Nightshade, Hoe Nightshade, Hairy Nightshade - Solanum physalifolium var. nitidibaccatum 15 seeds
Lulo Comun, Lulo Montanero - Solanum pseudolulo - a tasty rare fruit 30 seeds
Baquicha - Solanum species - a rare tasty fruit 20 seeds
Chichiquelite Huckleberry - Solanum species - very tasty rare fruit 50 seeds
Litchi Tomato - Solanum sisymbriifolium Rare fruit 25 seeds
Sow Thistle – Sonchus oleraceus – rare leaf and root vegetable 100 seeds
Marsh Woundwort - Stachys palustris - a tasty, tuber, rare vegetable - 100 seeds
Thladiantha dubia – a rare, tasty fruit and ornamental climber 20 seeds
Yellow Salsify - Tragopogon species - a rare root vegetable 20 seeds
Sweet Trefoil - Trigonella caerulea a rare spice plant 20 seeds
Vervain - Verbena officinalis - a rare spice 2000 seeds
Tall Speedwell - Veronica longifolia – wild form – 100 seeds
add to favorites hopi yellow watermelon For Exchange
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I have hopi yellow watermelon seeds to trade. Grown and harvested in 2012. I will consider almost any vegetable to trade.
add to favorites Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber Mouse Melon 25 Seeds Free Shipping For Sale
You will receive 25 high quality Mexican Sour Gherkin (mouse melon) cucumber seeds package in clean recycled pouches made from recycled magazines!! The seeds have a 95% Germination 10/11!! Plant info: Melothria Scabra Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber better known as mouse melons resembles tiny water melons when ripe. Very unique cucumber of the heirloom variety grows best on trellis spaced 6 foot apart from each other in hills with 6 seeds per hill at 1 inch deep. These cucumbers take 60 to 70 days to reach maturity. These are moisture loving plants.

Notice: customers must ensure plants/seeds are not prohibited, invasive, or otherwise restricted in their respective state before purchasing. This Item comes from a smoke free home!! Thanks for stopping by my yard sale and remember to check out the other items I have up for sale!! Sorry I only ship within the United States at this current time.
add to favorites lots of seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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* indicates limited amount of seeds, special trades only(the more stars, the rarer)

H indicates heirloom, C=commercial, O=organic

--Peppers--
chocolate fatali-O*
Chocolate trinidad douglah-O****
Szechuan-O
Pument Bec Doissnoire-H,O***
Shuanta*
Thai Birds eye
Peach Lightning-O**
Fish*
Chocolate Lightning-O
Hungarian Wax-O
Chocolate Bhut Jolokia-O*
Serrano-O
Yellow Moruga-O***
Cayenne-O
Chile de arbol**
Marble
Red Habanero-O
White Peruvian habanero-o
yellow scotch bonnet-O*
Orange Sweet
Hot apple-O**
Chilli Pequin-O*
Tobasco*
Cherry Bomb-O
Red Sweet

---peas, beans,okra, root vegetables---
okra, clemson spineless-c
red onion
okra, burgundy
beets, detroit dark red
okra, texas red hill country
Pea, mammoth melting sweetpod*
turnips, purple top
taylor cranberry bean**
Thai Green okra*
rutabaga
radish-O
Lima Bean, Jackson Wonder*

---Squash, melon, gourd, cucumber---
Unknown squash(spilled)
Thai Cucumber*
Grey Zucchini**
Thai bitter gourd, round fruit-H***
Early Crookneck Squash-H***
Thai Bitter Gourd, Long Fruit-H**
Thai Ivy Gourd-H**
Croocked neck yellow squash*
Sugar Baby Watermelon*
Thai Bottle Gourd(wax gourd)-H
Georgia candy roaster squash-H***
Yellow Flesh Watermelon-HO
Calabaza Mexican Squash
Red Flesh Watermelon-HO*
Black diamond watermelon-****
Thai bitter gourd, Small-H**
Cantaloupe-c
Spagetti squash-ho
Squash, Table queen-c
Pumpkin, Jack o'lantern-c*

---Greens, Brassica, herbs---
Thai Mustard(Pak-Kard-Jon)-h
arugala
Thai Holy Basil*
Cauliflower**
cilantro
jersey cabbage
kohlrabi, early white vienna
Romaine Lettuce-o
Thai Ye-Hra(if someone knows what this is, please let me know)
Brussels sprout-o
mustard greens
spinach
Dill, mammoth-o
curled leaf mustard
Thai sweet Basil
champion collards
VIRGINIA TOBACCO(i dont want it, and i have a bunch)

---misc.---
Wapsipinicon peach tomato-h*****
Thai Dragonfruit
cherokee purple tomato-ho**
blueberry
Thai sugar apple***
Panlowmia Kawamii tree
smoke signals popcorn
Thai eggplant
Eggplant
Thai Tomato(makhua-som)-h**
Golden Queen corn**
Sunflower, mammoth russian***
sesami
indiana big red tomato-HO***
Pink ridged, dimpled tomato-HO
Thai Papaya**
1015 sweet onion
silver queen corn
thai starfruit***
Pawpaw tree
Juan flame tomato-HO**
striped student tomato-ho*
Juniper(eastern red cedar
add to favorites seeds for SASE For Free
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I have the Following seeds available for an SASE:

***note-i only do SASE for beginner gardeners who have nothing to trade. Please do not take advantage of me****


Eggplant
spagghetti squash
yellow flesh heirloom watermelon
mammaoth dill
Heirloom mini tomato mix
tomato mix
cayenne pepper
serrano pepper
purple top turnips
red onion
rutabaga
add to favorites vegetable seeds For Exchange
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I have the following seeds:
(from 2011)
new england sugar pie pumpkin seeds
concho chile pepper seeds
black beauty zucchini
a few tomato seeds
a small supply of basil seeds
lots of sunflower seeds

I'm looking for the following: broccoli, cabbage, all kinds of annual flower seeds, spinach, lettuce (all kinds)
zone 5
add to favorites Skirret - Sium sisarum - rare root vegetable 25 seeds For Sale
The perennial plant to 1m (3ft) high. Frost hardy to zone 6. Plant cultivated as a vegetable plant for its root tubers in Europe (England, France, Germany, Italy, Russia) and in North America in the 17th and 18th century. Later replaced by potato and carrot. The swollen roots are edible raw or cooked. They have taste resembling Turnip-rooted Chervil (Chaerophyllum bulbosum). Very rare plant. Seeds fresh - harvested in autumn 2012. The coin on the photo is size of one inch. Package 25 seeds.
6 and warmer
add to favorites Goldencreeper, Red Hailstone, Manchu Tubergourd - Thladiantha dubia - edible fruit 20 seeds For Sale
The perennial climber to 2m (6,5ft) high. Frost hardy to zone 6a. This plant creates edible tubers (similar to potatoes) and tasty, red fruits (which resemble Passion Fruit inside) which are edible when fully ripe. A very ornamental climber - numerous yellow flowers and red fruits. Seeds fresh - harvested in autumn 2013. Seeds scarce. Very rare plant. Package 20 seeds.
6a and warmer
add to favorites Caucasian Spinach - Hablitzia tamnoides - climber 100 seeds For Sale
The large (3m=10ft), dense, very ornamental climber with tuberous roots. Leaves are edible. When cooked they have a mild, pleasant taste. Plant very frost hardy (to zone 5b). Very rare plant. Seeds scarce. Fresh seeds (harvested in summer 2013).
5b-8b
add to favorites New trade list (2012 fall) FRESH SEEDS (2012 harvest) For Exchange, For Sale
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Sweet peppers:
- purple beauty
- pepperoncini frigitello
- yellow mini bells
- yummy (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- rubens (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- sweet red cherry

Chile:
- Hungarian purple
- Satan’s Kiss
- Hungarian Wax
- NuMex Centennial
- NuMex Sandia
- NuMex Improved
- NuMex R Naky
- NuMex Big Jim
- Cayenne red
- Purple Tiger (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Bird’s Eye
- Mulato Isleno (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Ancho Poblano (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Jalapeno
- Jalapeno Early
- Jalapeno purple
- Habanero Red (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Lőcsei (letchauer)
- Rooster’s Spur
- Pusa Jwala
- Chocolate cherry
- Pasilla bajio


Tomato:
- Beefsteak
- Yellow pear
- Red pear
- Dagma’s perfection
- Delicious (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Voyage (brains) (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Oregon Spring
- Roma VF
- Rutgers VF
- Costoluto Genovese
- Principe Borghese
- Cuore di Bue
- Dr Carolyn’s white cherry
- Bolivian wild
- Matt’s wild cherry (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Golden sunrise
- Green zebra
- Wonderlights
- Lemony
- Red cherry
- Black cherry
- Chocolate berry
- Indigo rose (3-4 seeds for a trade)


Corn:
- Early Pink
- Crimson Goddess
- Earth Tones Dent
- Oaxacan Green
- Hopi Blue
- Indian mix
- Calico pop
- Strawberry
- Red Dragon
- Japonica Striped


Asian vegetables and vines:
- Mizuna
- Mizuna red
- Mizuna lime streaked
- Pak choy
- Chinese cabbage
- Thai mustard leaves ’Kai choi’
- Shungiku (edible chrisantemum)
- Gobo ( Arctium lappa , japanese burdock)
- Wax Melon / Winter melon (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Thai tiger melon (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Thai muskmelon (5-6 seeds for a trade)


Eggplants:
- Thai green round
- Thai long green
- Chaopraya
- Black Beauty
- Red ruffled
- Moro rotondo
- Melanzana Prosperosa
- Melanzana Viserba
- Golden eggs
- Rosa Bianca Sfumata

Lettuces and greens:
- Lactuca sativa ’Merveille des quatres saisons’
- Lactuca sativa ’Freckless’
- Lactuca sativa ’Buttercrunch’
- Chicory ’Orchidea rossa’
- Chicory ’Chioggia’
- Chicory ’Grumolo Verde’


Other vegetables:
- Chufa (Cyperus esculentus)
- Armenian Yard Long cucumber
- Bitter melon
- Okra ’Burgundy red’
- Okra ’Cowhorn’
- Okra ’Dwarf Long Green’
- Okra ’Jing orange’

Herbs:
- Ocimum basalicum ’Iranian green’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Iranian purple-green’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Thai red holy basil’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Thai holy basil’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Lime scented’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Italian large leaf’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Licorice scented’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Rosie’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Pistou’
- Ocimum basilicum ’New Guinea’
- Pineapple sage
- Monarda citrifolia
- Evening primrose

Fruits and trees:
- Passiflora mollissima
- Passiflora edulis
- Passiflora ligularis
- Psidium cattleyanum ssp. Littorale (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Bixa orellana
- Mimosa pudica
- Annona cherimola (3-4 seeds for a trade)
- Bombax ceiba
- Poncirus trifoliata (3-4 seeds for a trade)
- Celtis occidentalis



I’m looking for unusual edible plants, heirloom, and open pollinated vegetables, and fruits.
add to favorites new updated list For Exchange
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beans: Blue lake pole, stringless garden, gentic 401(T), contender, harvester, half runner white henderson baby lima, Kentucky wonder,contender, beau(yellow), purple queen, black bean, Mexican pinto,
Berry: garden huckelberry
Carrots- atomic red(C), solar yellow(C)scarlet (C) tendersweet (C)scarlet nantes(C),danevers half long(C)
Cabbage all (c)unless marked, early Dutch & Chinese michili, radicchio, earlene, early garden golden acre, red acre, savory perfection, early jersey Wakefield, Danish ballhead,
catskills Brussel sprouts, all season
Cauflower: snowball, early snowball
Cucumbers: all (c)unless marked, Boston, lemon (G), Sumter, market nine, burpless (G) armenian(T) poona keera (T) tur bo (T) thia 5 star(C)national pickling(C)
Corn: Japanese hulless popcorn(C)sugar dots hybrid, golden bantam, bloody mary, blue dent, ribbons

Eggplant: black: all (c)unless marked, beauty, Japanese white & white and green, bride(T),purple long(T),

Lettuces: all (c)unless marked, romaine cinnamon, romaine Paris island, salad bowl green, salad bowl red Italian salad blend, prizo head, oak leaf, ruby red, red sails, buttercrunch(G) iceburg, grand rapids
Greens : vetes collard(c)s, love lies bleeding amaranthus (T) amaranthus green(G)swiss chard Giant fordhook(c), white large ribbed(c), turnip green 7 top(c), Rutabaga(C), Arugula, flowering broccoli yellow and green (C) pak choi chinese mustard, endive: green ruffles

Gourds: all(C) unless marked, martin house, mini bottle, Brussels basket, tobacco box, turtle, big dipper, luffa spongue(G), Chinese bottle eatable (G) koshare yellow(T) cannon ball(C) nest egg(C) cave man(G)
Melon: honey dew(C), bitter(G), jack-o-lantern, field trip pumpkin, Chinese fuzzy (G) hopi pale gray (T), cushaw green striped (C),thia baby melon
Peas: Lexington progress#9, sugar melting snow, dwarf gray, little marvel bush, Oregon pea, cassada, green arrow, and Alaskan
Peppers: ancho, big chili, chocolate, black beauty, California wonder, sweet banana, cophea david, red cheese field, Caribbean red hot, cow horn, finger, franks, bull horn, hot wax, chocolate and white haberno, sweet red Italian, red jalapeno, hot jalapeno, early jalapeno, mild jalapeno, large jalapeno, keystone, lipstick, red Marconi, Mexican bell, jimmy nardello, orange sun, purple decorative, purple cayenne, red cayenne, pimento picante, Rachel’s , hot thia slim, Thai Christmas lights(C), corbaci, hot pimento, pumpkin on a stick

Pumpkin: Chinese frog, small sugar, field trip,

Radish: Sparkler white radish, French breakfast, early scarlet, ice-cycle, china rose, crimson giant, oil seed radish, hail stone
Spinach: bloomsdale long standing
Squash: Table queen, dark green zucchini, hybrid yellow zucchini, Italian zucchini
Sunflower: Russian giant sunflower, big mama, lemon queen, dwarf sensation
tomatoes: all (G) unless marked, big boy, lemon boy hybrid, lemon cherry, snow white cherry, pink brandy wine(T), mard red field tomato (T), orange cherry, ground cherry, peach lemon, orange and red striped heirloom, green striped, large red cherry(C), giant delicious(T), mara field(T), magnum(T), alamoa(T) (Cuban), Amish paste(T), super sonic hybrid, beefsteak hybrid, sandwich steak hybrid, Cherokee purple heirloom, tomtillo, tomtillo purple (C), purple smudge (T) pink pear (T), jelly bean hybrid (T), giant delicious, super sonic(G) beef steak (G) juliett(G)redvine hybrid(G)
watermelon: moon & stars(G), sangria(G) crimson sweet
basil (G)lemon, lime, plenty, mini, mammoth, sweet, purple ruffles, purple, dark opal, lettuce leaf, fine leaf, large leaf, Thai
Kale:
All (C) unless marked, Red Russian(G), dwarf Siberian, Siberian kale, dwarf blue curled scotch,
Other: all (G) unless marked
Giant red India mustard
Lemon sorrel, cilantro, epazote(T), lemon balm, golden rod
Wild Arugula, anise(C), catnip, German chamomile(C) caraway, dill eneldo, bouquet dill, chives common, garlic chives, Chinese chives,
Mullein(T) wooly mullein, lemon balm, mustard, valerian(T), borage,
endive, fennel (C), bronze fennel, lemon balm, Californian poppy, and mixed poppy,
parsley: curl moss , green forest, and flat parsley, Italian large leaf
salsify: sandwich Island
6b
add to favorites Cuttings For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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Jade plant-easy to grow ornamental succulent.
ornamental dwarf palm cuttings.
apple cuttings
red and green pear cuttings
mulberry cuttings
crabapple-medium fruit cuttings
crabapple, small fruit cutting
Opunia cactus cuttings(similar to prickly pear)
add to favorites updated master list For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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***herbs, greens, brassica***
-dill
-cilantro
-thai holy basil
-arugala
-kohlrabi, early white Vienna
-spinach
-brussel’s sprouts
-cauliflower
-jersey cabbage
-thai mustard(pak-kard-jon)
-champion collards
-mustard greens
-romaine lettuce
-curled leaf mustard
-Thai sweet Basil

***Peas and Beans***
pea, mammoth melting sweetpod,
snow pesa
taylor cranberry bean
lima bean, Jackson wonder

***okra***
burgundy okra
thai green okra
texas red hillcountry okra

***root vegetables***
purple top turnips
rutabaga
radish
beets, Detroit dark red
red onion
1015 sweet onion

***gourds, squashes, melons***
sugarbaby watermelon
grey zucchini
thai small bitter gourd
thai bottle/wax gourd
calabaza Mexican squash
early crookneck squash
black diamond watermelon
cantaloupe
thai ivy gourd
thai bitter gourd, round fruit
thai bitter gourd, long fruit
yellow flesh heirloom watermelon
moon and stars watermelon
red flesh heirloom watermelon
thai cucumber
crooked neck yellow squash

***miscellaneous ***
Cherokee purple heirloom tomato
Orange bell pepper
Thai starfruit
Thai sugar apple
Silver queen corn
Thai dragonfruit
Golden queen corn
Thai heirloom tomato(makhua-som)
Thai eggplant
Thai papaya
Indiana big red heirloom tomato
Thai sesame
Sunflower, mammoth Russian
Clematis flower
Milkweed
Pawpaw
Cedar(juniper)
Juan flame heirloom tomato
Smoke signals popcorn

***peppers***
marble
red chilli
shuanta
thai dragon
fish
hot apple
chilli pequin
pument bec doissenoire(French heirloom)
Szechuan
Chile de arbol
Tobacco
Hungarian wax
Hot manzano
Sweet orange
Medusa/chilly chilly(sweet ornamental)
Chocolate Trinidad douglah
Cayenne
Chocolate fatali
Chocolate Bhut Jolokia
Peach lightning
Red belize habanero
Numex joe e parker
Yellow moruga
Chocolate lightning
Brainstrain(7 pot) yellow
White Peruvian habanero
Red savina
Serrano
Thai birds eye chili
Cherry bomb
Red habanero
Red sweet
Yellow sweet
various
add to favorites In search of vegetables For Exchange
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Here is what I am looking for:

ONIONS:
Candy
Texas 1015 (or million dollar baby)
Texas Super Sweet
Savannah Sweet
Red Delicious

GARLIC:
Chesnok Red
Belarus
Elaphant
Gourmet Red
Persian Star
German Red
Burgandy

CARROTS
Muscade
Cosmic Purple
Atomic Red

MELONS
Hearts of Gold
Honey Rock
Tigger Melon

PEPPERS
Purple Beauty
Tequila Sunrise
Sweet Chocolate
Sweet Red Stuffing
Sweet Yellow Stuffing

POTATOES
Purple
Yukon Gold
Sweet Potatoes

OTHER
Brussel Sprouts

This is what I have to trade:

Mixed Radishes (From my mothers garden)
Mixed Carrots (From my mothers garden)

MELONS
Sugar Baby Watermelon
Hales Best Canteloupe

TOMATOES
(All except for the beefsteak were received from gardenhoard.com)

Beefsteak
Abraham Lincoln
Brandywine 'Sudduths Strain'

PEPPERS
Mini Sweet Peppers

HERBS
Rosemary
Parsley

Thank you all for taking a look at my ad. If you have any questions or want to trade, let me know and I will see how much I have of the item.

Thanks
add to favorites Georgia Candy Roaster Squash For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
Very large squash (15# or more) to be used as a pumpkin puree. Full sun!
Grown in 7B
add to favorites new(and old) seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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Thai seeds from trade:
small bitter gourd-a few
long fruit bitter gourd-a couple
holy basil
round fruit bitter gourd-a few
sweet basil
thai pappaya-a few
thai green okra-a few
thai heirloom tomato(makhua-som)- a few
dragon fruit
starfruit-a couple
ye-hra
bottle gourd(wax gourd)
thai mustard(pak-kard-jon)
thai eggplant- a few
ivy gourd-a couple
thai cucumber- a few

old seeds:
pawpaw
dill
orange sweet pepper
yellow flesh heirloom watermelon
romaine lettuce
juniper(cedar)
radish
cantaloupe
red flesh heiloom watermelon
brussels sprout


stuff from trades:
texas red hill country okra
pea, mammoth melting sweetpod
curled leaf mustard
taylor cranberry bean
champion collards
purple top turnips
lima bean, jackson wonder
jersey cabbage
rutabaga
mustard greens
moon and stars watermelon
amish acorn squash
amish pie pumpkin

peppers:
chocolte bhut jolokia
cayenne
chocolate fatali
szechuan chili
hungarian wax
peach lightning
hot apple
white peruvian habanero
chili pequin
chocolate lightning
yellow moruga
serrano
add to favorites Marsh Woundwort - Stachys palustris - an tasty, tuber, rare vegetable - 50 seeds For Sale
This is a tall (1m=3ft), frost hardy perennial creating large, dense carpets. It forms in autumn tasty tubers - edible raw or cooked. The best when fried like chips. These are wholesome and nutritious food and they have a pleasant mild nutty flavour. This plant was formerly harvested from a wild state, and there were an attempts of cultivation. Plant yields a high crop. It likes moist or wet soils. Full sun, or half shade. A good bee plant. Package of 50 seeds (harvested in summer 2012). The coin on the photo is size about one inch. Seeds scarce - only three packages are available.
5 and more
add to favorites wants/haves For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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Wants:(i will consider anything you have)

*peppers*
cascabel
cherry
chiltepin
chilaca
chinese 5 color
medusa
lemon drop
aji amarillo
aji dulce
datil
madame jeanette
tabasco
rocoto
aji chombo
west indies red habanero
red savina habanero
pinquita de mono
peri-peri/pili-pili/afriican birds eye
naga morich
trinidad scorpion butch t
capsicum eximius
capsicum praetermissum
golden cayenne
chichien
dong xuan
dutch
filius blue
numex big jim
numex twilight
tepin

*cukes*
improved boston pickling
japenese climbing
parisian pickling

*pumpkin*
amish pie
big max
cheyenne bush
connecticut field
new england pie

*tomatoes*
allerbest
anna russian
besser
druzba
mortgage lifter
riesentraube

*beets*
bulls blood
chioggia
golden detroit

*herbs*
anise
genovese basil
buckwheat
caraway
chickory
fennugreek
lemon balm
brown mustard
french sorrel
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Haves:

dill
-red flesh heirloom watermelon
-Bolivian Rainbow Chili
Yellow flesh heirloom watermelon
-chocolate lightning chili
-serrano chili
-orange Bell Pepper
-chocolate trinidad douglah chili
yellow brainstrain(7 pot chili)
-Red Belize Habanero
_bhut Jolokia(ghost chili)
-yellow moruga scorpion chili
-texas hill country red okra(from trade)
-cayenne chili
-radish
-szechuan chili
-brussels sprout
-romaine lettuce
-white peruvian habanero
-juniper(eastern red cedar)
-cantaloupe
-pawpaw
-hot apple chili
-snow pea
-hungarian wax chili
-NUMEX Joe E parker
-eggplant
-peach lightning chili
-chocolate BHut Jolokia
-chocolate fatali
-chocolate Trinidad Douglah
-red trinidad scorpion
-chili pequin(bird pepper
-yellow scotch bonnet
-trinidad perfume chili


again, i am not very picky, if i dont have it, chances are i will want it.
add to favorites lots of seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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-dill
-red flesh heirloom watermelon
-Bolivian Rainbow Chili
Yellow flesh heirloom watermelon
-chocolate lightning chili
-serrano chili
-orange Bell Pepper
-chocolate trinidad douglah chili
yellow brainstrain(7 pot chili)
-Red Belize Habanero
_bhut Jolokia(ghost chili)
-yellow moruga scorpion chili
-texas hill country red okra(from trade)
-cayenne chili
-radish
-szechuan chili
-brussels sprout
-romaine lettuce
-white peruvian habanero
-juniper(eastern red cedar)
-cantaloupe
-pawpaw
-hot apple chili
-snow pea
-hungarian wax chili
-NUMEX Joe E parker
-eggplant


coming soon:
-peach lightning chili
-chocolate BHut Jolokia
-chocolate fatali
-chocolate Trinidad Douglah
-red trinidad scorpion
-chili pequin(bird pepper
-yellow scotch bonnet
-trinidad perfume chili
add to favorites Mountain Spinach For Exchange
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Orach Ruby Red Mountain Spinach



This little known relative of Amaranth and Quinoa produces reddish-brown, tender leaves and stalks that can be used fresh in salads or cooked. The leaves have an intriguing, slightly salty flavour. Orach is a hardy and vigorous annual that grows to 80cm (32") tall. Fast growing! Sow seed directly when the earth can be worked and weather is warming up. Matures in 40-50 days. (open pollinated seeds)
add to favorites Blackseed Squash, Chilacayote - (Cucurbita ficifolia) a rare vegetable 25 seeds For Sale
This is a true perennial usually grown like an annual vegetable. Orgin cultivated in temperate mountains of Central America. The Africans cultivate its for a edible young shoots. The fruits have a snowy white pulp and black seeds. The flesh of fruits is edible and tasty, unripe and mature. When immature it is cooked like a zucchini. Later it is used to make sweet dishes. The ripe flesh has a consistency similar to a immature coconut. Very delicious when pickled in vinegar with cinamon, cloves and sugar. The fat and protein-rich seeds are edible raw or cooked. The skin of fruits is very thick (over 3-4 milimeters / 0,16 inch) and it can be removed like shell of the egg. Also medicinal plant: in Asia it is used effectively to treat diabetes due to its hypoglycemic effect. This is a very ornamental climber with beautiful, fig (Ficus carica) like leaves (= ficifolia). This is a fast growing and strongly yielding plant. One plant born a few large fruits.This is variety not sensitive for a day length. It very good grows and fruits in the gardens in temperate areas. Sowing directly outside in May. Package 25 fresh seeds.
6 (like annual) and higher
add to favorites Hot peppers!!!! For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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-Yellow Brainstrain(7 pot)-one of THE worlds hottest, if not the hottest chili peppers

-Chocolate lightning chili(extremely hot)

-Chocolate Trinidad Douglah(worlds hottest pepper

-szechuan chili(medium heat)

-White Peruvian Habanero(very hot)

-Yellow Belize Habanero(very Hot)

-Moruga Yellow Scorpion(extremely hot)
add to favorites Hoary Orache - Atriplex nitens - an unusual vegetable 250 seeds For Sale
A very rare offered plant. Possible an ancestor to A. hortensis L. (common name of A. hortensis: orach, orache, mountain spinach, French spinach, arrach). The leaves are very tasty when cooked like spinach. They must be first blanched in water and then cooked. They better taste than a garden spinach and other "spinach plants". Very delicious. Sow in spring and summer. Crop young plant when have one foot high. Mature plants can grow to 6-7 ft high and can by used like summer hedge. Very easy to grow plant. Package 250 fresh seeds (harvested in autumn 2011).
6a-11
add to favorites Bishop's Weed, Goutweed, Ground Elder - Aegopodium podagraria - a tasty wild vegetable - 200 seeds For Sale
This is small (to 60cm=2ft)perennial with creeping rhizome. Creates a large carpets. It has a very tasty, edible leaf stalks (petioles). They can by used like celery. They are the same long like celery, but they are not as thick. The petioles (harvested in May-June or latter) are very tasty after frying with soy souce, or when are lacto-fermented. The leaf blades are also edible but not very tasty (the best very young - in March and April - look at the photo). Very expansive and easy to growing plant. Seeds harvested in summer 2013. Package 200 fresh seeds.
3a-9a
add to favorites vegetables For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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New seeds:

*Milkweed
*hot apple chili pepper(limited supply)
*red chili(medium heat, limited supply)
*serrano chili
*Hungarian Wax pepper
*Brussel's sprout
*snow pea(limited supply)
*Bolivian Rainbow-heirloom hot pepper(very limited supply)
*Juniper Berries(seeds from Eastern Red Cedar)



Still have:
orange bell pepper
dill
Cayenne pepper
pawpaw tree
Romaine Lettuce
Yollow flesh heirloom watermelon
cantaloupe
red flesh heirloom watermelon
radish
add to favorites Bunias orientalis - Turkish Rocket, Turkish Warty Cabbage – rare vegetable - 100 seeds For Sale
Turkish Rocket is a robust, fast-growing perennial. The young tips (20-30cm=8-12inch long) of the stems in the spring, before flowering, are very tasty. When raw they have a slightly nutty taste. When cooked they are more delicious than the asparagus. This plant high yields. It is cultivated mainly in France. It comes from eastern Europe. It has come to Poland from east in first half of XX century. It is called in Russia "Dika redka" - wild radish. Promotion. Package 100 seeds. Fresh seeds harvested in summer 2013.
6a-9b
add to favorites Dill-mammoth variety For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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easy to grow, great seed producer. harvest foliage when plant is around a foot tall, continue harvesting a little bit at a time.
add to favorites Creeping Bellflower, Rampion Bellflower, June Bell - Campanula rapunculoides - a rare root vegetable 150 seeds For Sale
A wonderful perennial plant to 4ft (1,2meter) high. Tasty, thick edible roots - raw or cooked. A pleasant, sweet, nut-like flavour. Very good to salads. Roots are rich in inulin (so are dietetic) and vitamin C. A plant very easy to growing and very frost hardy (zone 3). This plant was formerly cultivated for edible roots. The coin on the photo is size of one inch.Package 150 fresh seeds (harvested in summer 2012).
zones 3a-9a
add to favorites Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - tasty edible wild root vegetable - 1000 seeds, new seeds - August 2013 For Sale
Very tasty tubers, raw and cooked. Delicious. Tubers of less than 1-yaer old plants can by harversted from end of May along all summer. Seeds are very short viable. I send new fresh seeds harvested in this summer - 2013. Seeds must be sow outside in end of summer or in autumn. The seeds sprout in early spring. Tubers can be harvested in late spring and in summer, when the leafs are died . The plant very easy to growing.
Chaerophyllum bulbosum was formerly cultivated as form Chaerophyllum bulbosum subspecies bulbosum varietas sativum forma hortense. Tubers cultivated plants attains the size of 10 centimeters (4 inches). The medieval monasteries were promoted the cultivation of this plant. To this day it is collected from the wild in the Czech Republic and southern Germany.
zones 6a-7b and more
add to favorites everything For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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What i have:
-orange bell pepper
-serrano pepper
-cayenne pepper
-heirloom purple hot pepper
-heirloom watermelon
-Romaine lettuce
-heirloom yellow flesh watermelon
-pawpaw
-buckeye
-cantaloupe
-radish

harvested 2012
add to favorites Texas Hill Country Red Okra For Exchange
This heirloom okra has been a staple in my family's garden for almost 20 years. Reaches over 7' in full sun & produces 1-2 pods each day.
I'm in 6 & they love HOT weather!
add to favorites newbie looking to trade For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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China Rose Radish
Hollow Crown Parsnip
Catskills Brussel Sprouts
Lucullus Swiss Chard
Green Globe Artichoke
Ruby Queen Beets
Mammoth Sandwich Island Salsify
Zucchini Italian Striped
New Zealand Spinach
Zucchini Golden
Summer Crookneck Squash
Green Gourmet Hybrid Summer Squash
Blk Headed Simpson Lettuce
Cukes
Carrots
Early Alaska Garden Peas
Sweet Corn
Borage
Chervil
Florida Broadleaf Mustard
add to favorites hot hungarian wax pepper For Exchange
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Grows 3-5" peppers turn from green to yellow to orange to red. heats up with each color change
any
add to favorites Variety of edibles :) For Exchange
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Heirloom carrots, purple, white & red
Olympia spinach
Marketmore 76 cucumbers
Yellow pear tomato
Spaghetti squash
Sugar baby watermelon
Jack O'lantern pumpkin
Strawberry popcorn
Loquat seeds (Japanese plum / Chinese plum)
Black krim tomatoes
Sweet peas

I'm looking for any edibles I don't already have! The stranger the better :)
add to favorites WTT, Elephant Garlic, Translyvanian Garlic, Egyptian Walking Onions and Martins Heirloom Garlic Bulbils For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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i have the above listed varieties for trade or sale. id like to trade for other varieties of garlic or perenial onions (think scallions and shallots)or i may consider selling them for a few bucks which would mostly cover shipping,

These were grown organicly on our small family homestead :)
ANY
add to favorites hot peppers For Exchange
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i have serrano, orange habenero. red fresno, santa fe grande, pasilla bajito. mild jalipeno, green bell pepper and sweet pepper seeds

i also have some catchfly silene flower seeds


looking for any hot pepper seeds
any
add to favorites *** New For 2012/13 *** Kurtz Improved Lady Belle Pepper !! For Sale
Never before marketed - Stuffing-Sized Peppers

After 20 years of growing, I've propagated the ultimate Northern Red Belle variety....

Firm, deep red when ripened & thick walled

I believe that I have come close to producing the BEST Improved Northern Red Sweet Pepper on the market - Pepper and Plant both - Having grown these peppers, year after year in this U.P. climate, and having had my ups and downs, battling the colder climate and seasons.... The size of the plants themselves have only a 18" average maximum height. Many peppers were nearly 8" in length, one in particular, had an amazing 12" girth. I've never used ANY fertilizer, pesticide, herbicide, chemical of ANY kind on any plant, except for a dash of Epsom Salt, for all of these years. All are 100% organic, as organic can be!! Seeds have about a 95% germination rate.

I can't say enough about the quality of these peppers
Any
add to favorites Rapini For Exchange
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Rapini (Italin Broccoli)
4-7
add to favorites Organically Grown Seeds Available For Exchange
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These are the veggie seeds I have available. Make sure to check out my other non-veggie listings.

Clemson Spineless Okra
Arugula
Curly Endive
Red Quinoa
White Quinoa
Black Quinoa
Amaranth

Seeds were all harvested this year except for the grains which were 2011.
add to favorites Yellow Peter Pepper For Exchange
Hot pepper
Capsicum annuum "Peter pepper" (sometimes referred to as the ***** pepper) is an heirloom chili pepper that is best known for its unusual shape.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_pepper#Appearance

Plants grow to about 2 feet
Bloom color; White
90 days

Produces good yields -- 2 ¾" long by ¾" wide peppers. Medium - Hot (heat level 7-8, Scoville heat units 10,000–23,000 ) turns from green to yellow when mature. Sometimes pickled or added to salsa, it's surely a unique garden plant.
N/A -- Seeds were harvested 2011/2012
add to favorites Trading Egyptian Walking Onions, AKA Tree Onions For Exchange
I have Egyptian Walking Onions (red top)of which ill trade for

Potato Onions,
Shallots,
Catawissa tree onions,
White and/or Red Bunching Onions,
Multiplyer onions,
Welsh Onions.

I am a stickler for know varital names so please have that info such as "dutch shallots" or "snow white bunching onions" not just some shallots :)
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add to favorites Heirloom seeds to trade for Unusual seeds For Exchange
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I have the following:

Melon:
Gaya Ivory Melon
Honey Kiss Hami Gold
Sharlyn Melon
Christmas Melon
Tuskan Style Canteloupe
Casaba Melon
Golden Dewlishous
Galia Melon
Korean Yello Melon
Korean Chameleon Melon
Canary Melon
French Breakfast
Hogan Green Flesh
Crenshaw Melon

Squash:
Kabocha
Delicata
Gold Nugget

Tomato
Cherokee Purple

Misc:
Wando Peas
Giant Cape Gooseberries
Mammoth Grey Striped Sunflower (giant)
Pepino Melon
Pepper-Heirloom Giant
Thai Basil received in trade
Artichoke Purple of Romanga
Extra Dwarf Pak Choy
Spinach Bloomsdale long standing
Purple Passion Fruit

I'm looking for:
Hyacinth Bean
Goyo Kumba Eggplant (shiny red)
Banana Passion Fruit
Wonderberry
Yellow Wonder Wild Strawberry
Minnesota Midget Melon
Blue Podded Blauwschokkers (Peas)
Rat's Tail Radish
Triamble Squash
Tennessee Sweet Potato Squash

Thanks!
add to favorites Non-hybrid, Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds For Exchange
All of the seeds are from heirloomseedsonline:

Beet, Cylindra - 150 seeds - 87% germination rate tested 03/2012%

Cabbage, Copenhagen Market - 100 seeds - 85% germ rate, tested 02/12

Collards, Morris Heading -300 seeds - 85% germ rate, tested 05/12

Radish , Cherry Belle - 200 seeds - 90% germ rate, tested 02/12

Radish, Hailstone - ~100 seeds - 88%, 05/12

Rutabaga, American Purple Top -400 seeds - 91%, 05/12

Okra, Clemson Spineless - 50 seeds - 85%, 2/12

Swiss Chard, Ruby Red - 75 seeds - 88%, 5/12

Turnip, Purple Top White Globe - 400 seeds - 88%, 5/12


I am looking to trade for heirloom seeds such as: sweet corn, potatoes, peanuts, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, grapes, aloe, garlic, and herbs. I may be open to other seeds that will grow in zone 6 as well.
add to favorites Looking for cool weather crops For Exchange
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Does anyone want to do a seed exchange? I have tricolor zucchini, cucumber, cherry tomatoes, bell pepper, watermelon and cantalope seeds that don't grow well here in cool coastal CA. Does anyone wanna trade for cool weather seeds?
add to favorites Have Multiplying Onions to Trade For Exchange
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Would like to trade for any heirloom garlic
add to favorites I have White Sugar Lump Watermelon Seeds to Trade For Exchange
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Small easy to trellis watermelons. Would like to trade for herbs seeds
varigated sage
comfrey
st johns wort
yellow dock
lemon verbena
add to favorites Blue Lake Pole Beans For Exchange
Other veggies I have to offer - Mammoth Gray Striped Sunflower (edible seeds), Big Max Pumpkin, Straight Eight Cucumber, Danvers Half Long Carrot and Crimson Sweet Watermelon.

I also have LOTS of Durango Marigolds (these are NOT the tiny ones you see in the stores). I have Yellow, Bright Orange, Dark Orange, Red, Orange/Yellow mix and Red/Yellow mix.

Other seeds I have to offer -
Mammoth Gray Striped Sunflower (edible seeds), Straight Eight Cucumber,
Danvers Half Long Carrot,
Blue Lake Pole Bean,
Crimson Sweet Watermelon

If you don't have ANY of the EXACT seeds listed below please DO NOT reply as I'm specific and won't take substitutes.

I'm looking for these veggies and fruits -
Ideal Market Bean,
Kentucky Blue Pole Bean,
Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean,
Calabrese Broccoli,
Di Cicco Broccoli,
Early Snowball Cauliflower,
Early Tuscan Cauliflower,
Dragon Carrot,
Little Finger Carrot,
Utah Tall Celery,
Golden Bantam Corn,
Stowell's Evergreen Corn,
Lancaster Sure Crop Corn,
Silvermine Corn,
Country Gentleman Sweet Corn,
A&C Pickling Cucumber (aka Ace),
Boston Pickling Cucumber,
Marketmore Cucumber,
Black Beauty Eggplant,
Florida High Bush Eggplant,
Diamond Eggplant,
Boroadleaf Czech Garlic,
Georgian Crystal Garlic,
Persian Star Garlic,
Australian Yellowleaf Lettuce,
Baby Oakleaf Lettuce,
Bronze Arrowhead Lettuce,
Gold Rush Lettuce,
Green Oakleaf Lettuce,
Webb's Wonderful Lettuce,
Ice Queen Lettuce,
Barletta Onion,
Utah Yellow Sweet Spanish Onion,
Walla Walla Sweet Onion,
Tropeana Tonda Onion,
Yellow of Parma Onion,
Chinese Miniture Gourd
Connecticut Field Pumpkin,
Gele Reuzen Pumpkin,
Rouge Vif d'Etampus Pumpkin,
Sugar Pie Pumpkin,
Amish Melon (aka Cantalope),
Schoon's Hardshell Melon (aka Cantalope),
Bull Nose Bell Pepper,
Chocolate Beauty Pepper,
Yellow Finn Potato,
Bintje Potato,
Red Pontiac Potato,
America Spinach,
Bloomsdae Long Standing Spinach,
Black Beauty Zucchini,
Cocozelle di Napoli Zucchini,
Romanesco Zucchini,
Brandywine Tomato,
Crnkovic Yugoslavian Tomato,
Eva Purple Ball Tomato,
Italian Heirloom Tomato,
Large Red Cherry Tomato,
Mexico Midget Tomato,
Sweet Pea Currant Tomato,
Tiny Tim Tomato,
Ali Baba Watermelon,
Sugar Baby Watermelon,
Blacktail Watermelon,
Oh So Sweet Watermelon,

Looking for these Herbs -
Sage,
Anise,
Genovese Basil,
Cilantro,
Hyssop,
Lavender,
Lemon Balm,
Giant From Italy Parsley,
Triple Curled Parsley,
Thyme,
Stevia,

Looking for these flowers -
Mixed Bachelor's Buttons,
Strawflowers (any color),
Zebrina,
Verbena,
Night Phlox,
Pansies (any color),
Benary's Giant Zinnia,
Chocolate Mint Coleus,
Sonata Mix Cosmos,
Chrysanthemums (any color),
Four O'Clocks (any color),
Geraniums (any color),
Impatiens (any color),
Perilla,
Petunias (any color),
Snap Dragons (any color),
Evening Sun Sunflower,
Mongolian Giant Sunflower,
Orange Sun Sunflower,
Taiyo Sunflower,
Velvet Queen Sunflower,
Zinnias (any color),
Carnations (any color),
Hibiscus (NOT RED),
Hostas,
Hydrangeas (any color),
New England Aster
4-10
add to favorites pumpkin on stick seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
haves:

i am listing these in order of groups!

vegatables:

peppers

cherry pepper
yellow bell pepper
red bell pepper
jalapeno pepper
bolivian rainbow pepper
hammick pepper
super chile pepper

tomatoes

red robin tomato
red calabash tomato
tigerella tomato
orange patio tomato
black cherry tomato
green tomatillo
purple tomatillo seeds
micro tom super compact tomato plant
mortgage lifter tomato

corn

yellow sweet corn
strawberry popcorn

other veggies

sparkler radish
lemon cucumber
canary melon
giant pumpkin seed
banana melon
clemson spineless okra
white wonder cucumber
lots of ciantro seed




fruit

papaya
pomgranate
blooming crabapple tree


live plants:
spearmint

i also have some elephant head seeds and cockscomb seeds and possibly later on some fushia pods!
have a few pumpkin on a stick seeds, these are ornanmental eggplants, but they look like mini pumpkins growing on stalks,once they are dried on the stalk they can be used as fall/halloween decorations!

this is my list of wants:

zinnia seeds
any plumeria
any types of succulents
desert rose seeds
gardenia
ground cherry
moon and stars watermelon
bleeding hearts
cherokee purple tomato
wandering jew any color


if you see something that you want and i dont have a want listed please feel free to ask me i love all kinds of plants and i am usually willing to accept anything as long as i dont already have it!

PLEASE NOTE:
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF A FEW VEGGIES LISTED ALL OF MY SEEDS WERE WON IN SEED AUCTIONS FROM LISTIA.COM ALMOST ALL THE SELLERS ON THERE GROW AND HARVEST THERE OWN SEEDS/PLANTS. ONLY A FEW VEGGIE SEEDS WERE PURCHASED FROM MASS RETAILERS. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW SPECIFICLY WHICH ONES JUST ASK
add to favorites Seeds for trade For Exchange
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Black Turtle beans, purple hulled beans,Acorn squash, Delicata squash, Romaine lettuce, Sweet Corn, and little marvel peas.
add to favorites Thai Peppers For Exchange
I have some Thai Pepper seeds that I brought back from Thailand this Feb. Brought dried peppers, cut them open and saved the seeds :) My friend has grown them with much success. Looking for anything fun but still useful/edible. 10 pepper seeds = trade.
add to favorites Have Hot Pepper Seeds, Will Trade! :) For Exchange
Hello,

I'd like to trade for some heirloom seeds. I have a few interesting varieties of hot peppers seeds.

- Scotch Bonnet
- Wiri-Wiri
- Red Cherry
- Habanero


If you are interested, I'd like to trade for heirloom tomato, leafy greens, beans, onions, and peppers. Possibly others as well.

Let me know if you'd like to trade! :)
add to favorites Chile Pequin seeds for trade or SASE For Exchange
I have some Chile Pequin (Spanish for "small pepper") seeds for trade or SASE. Chile pequin are really small(smaller than a blueberry) and round peppers. They come in red, orange and green. I am looking for veggies, fruits and herbs. I -might- accept flowers, depends on what kind.
add to favorites Piel de Sapo Melon seeds, trade of SASE For Exchange
I recently came across some Piel de Sapo melon seeds. I am looking to trade these seeds for some fruit or vegetable seeds. No flowers please but I will consider some herb seeds. If you have nothing to trade, I will gladly send you some seeds as long as you send me a SASE. Thanks for looking! :)
add to favorites Yellow Honeydew Melon Seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
I recently came into contact with some yellow honeydew melon seeds and would love to trade some for something other than melon. I already have enough melon in my garden so I don't want to grow too many. If you have nothing to trade, I will gladly sell 10 for $1.00 or send some if you send me a SASE. Thank you for looking and I hope to get some replies soon. :)
add to favorites Wanted: Seminole Pumpkin seeds For Exchange
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I have the following for trades:

SUMMER/SPRING:
******Tomato/Tomato like: *********
White cherry tomato
Roma Tomato-commercial hybrid
Everglades tomato
Martino's Roma
Annas Noire
Green Zebra
Black Russian
Oxheart
Hartmans Yellow Gooseberry tomato
Litchi
Coyote Tom
Cherokee Purple Tom
Spoon Tom
Green w/Chocolate stripes tom

*******Peppers:********
Sweet Cherry Peppers
Jimmy Nardello's sweet frying pepper
Bell Peppers-Yellow Large
Bell Peppers-orange
Red Belgian Sweet Pepper
Yellow Mini Pepper-sweet
Sweet Banana
Datl Peppers

********Beans/Peas:********
Speckled Butter Beans-Florida
Kentucky Blue Snap Pole beans
Contender bush beans
Black Eye-California cowpeas
Pigeon Peas-cajanus indicus
White Half Runner Beans
Painted Pony Bush Beans

********Melons/squash:***********
Melon-Israel Ogen (from trade but have germinated)
Watermelon-crimson sweet
Calabaza-west indian pumpkins
Pumpkin-big max

********Misc:*********
Purple Malabar
Passiflora Edulis
Moringa Oleifera
Wonderberry-(sunberry)
New Zealand Spinach
Cuke-pickling cucumis sativus
Clemson Okra
Eggplant-Black Beauty
True Potato Seeds (zolushka)
Coconilla
Molokhiya


WINTER:

Daikon Radish
Parsnips-Harris model
Carrot-Parisian Carrot
Carrot-Cosmic Purple
Carrot-St. Valery's
Onion-pickling crystal white wax
Hamburg Rooted Parsley
Salsify-Mammoth Island Sandwich
Snow Peas- Melting sugar
Arugula-Rocket
Lettuce-buttercrunch
Lettuce-Black seeded simpson
Lettuce-iceberg
Kale-not sure of variety but is excellent
Rutabaga-purple top
Beet-Detroit Supreme
Green Scallions
Leek-american flag
Turnip-purple top
Common Sorrel
Radicchio (palla Rosa)
9b
add to favorites zone 6b NC For Exchange
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Have: Sugar baby watermellon Cucumber poinsett 76 Squash early crookneck Cantaloupe hales best Collard green seed Marigold seed peppermint sproutlings walking onion 4"-6" sprouts (local) Might have Lambs ear, I planted some seed to see if they work.
Want: Sprite mellon goji berry super hot peppers (viper, ghost, etc...) feverfew echinecea st. johnswort milk thistle shaqbark hickory qiunoa kale pear apple open to ideas as well.
add to favorites have vegetable seeds to trade for calendula seeds For Exchange
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15 different varieties of heirloom tomatoes, some rare,
also I have many kinds of peppers:
Cajun Tabasco Organic Pepper,
Cayenne Red Chili Pepper
Hungarian Hot Wax Pepper Heirloom Seeds
Jalapeno Pepper
Serrano Chili Peppers
California wonder bell
Sweet Banana Pepper Seeds
also brassicas, Brussels Sprouts, Pak Choi, Cauliflower, spinach, Broccoli, Mustard, turnips, write for varieties
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add to favorites 2012 Organic Heirloom Red Iceberg Lettuce For Sale
63 days. A festive alternative to the plain green iceberg lettuce. Similar in color to a red-leaf lettuce. Open-pollinated. Has burgundy exterior coloration, compact medium-sized heads, great reliability and pleasing sweet flavor. An attractive alternative to green iceberg. Interior shades to green. Heads resist getting soft and mushy in the heat for a relatively long time. Nice mild flavor. Biodynamically grown but not BD-certified. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON.
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add to favorites Orchard House Heirloom Vegetable & Herb Seeds & Genesis Survival Seed Pack (Online Store) For Sale
Large selection of heirloom vegetable and herb seeds.

Also carry some organic seeds.

Buy online with our shopping cart.

$3 shipping worldwide.

We also have Geneis Survival Seed Packs that are sealed in a mylar bag.


About Us:

Orchard House Heirlooms:

is dedicated to bring to market the most sustainable seeds on the planet, heirlooms.

Heirloom seeds are not only preserving our heritage, but the only seed that can reproduce the identical plant it came from. Our motto "Seeds for Life" is just that. Once you plant an heirloom you will never need to buy another seed. All of our seeds are Heirloom or Organic Heirloom.

We do not sell Hybrid or GMO (Genetically Modified) Seeds.

If we are to be self reliant we need to grow vegetables and be able to harvest the fruit naturally but also the seed to grow the following season. We offer Heirloom, Organic Heirloom Vegetables and Herbs. We are growing everyday and striving to include in our online catalog more and more variety of seeds regularly.


Here is a general list of our seeds in stock:

HEIRLOOM VEGETABLE SEEDS-> (67)

Amaranth Organic (1)
Asparagus (1)
Beans Heirloom Seeds (2)
Beet Organic (2)
Broccoli (1)
Brussels Sprouts Heirloom Seeds (1) Cabbage (2)
Cantaloupe (1)
Carrots Organic (2)
Cauliflower Organic Heirloom (1)
Celery (1)
Cherries (1)
Collards (1)
Corn Heirloom Vegetable Seeds (3)
Cucumber (2)
Eggplant (1)
Huckleberry Organic Seeds (1)
Kale (1)
Lettuce (3)
Melons Heirloom Seeds (2)
Mustard Greens Heirloom Seeds (1)
Okra (1)
Onion Seeds (1)
Peas Heirloom (2)
Peppers - Hot Organic (5)
Peppers - Sweet (2)
Pumpkin (1)
Radishes (1)
Rutabaga (1)
Spinach Heirloom Vegetable (1)
Squash Organic (2)
Strawberries (2)
Tomatillo (1)
Tomato Organic (14)
Turnip (2)


HEIRLOOM HERB SEEDS-> (12)

Basil (2)
Cilantro (1)
Dill Organic Seeds (1)
Fennel Organic Herb (1)
Flax Heirloom Seeds (1)
Mint Herb Seed (2)
Oregano Heirloom Herb Packs (1)
Parsley Herb Seeds (1)
Sage Herb (1)
Thyme (1)

SURVIVAL SEED PACKS-> (2)

Genesis Seed Pack (2)

25 & 50 PACK SPECIALS! (2)


GENESIS SURVIVAL SEED PACK ™


3000 Survival Heirloom Vegetable Seeds!

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Global Depression! In the USA, Canada and Western Europe, the entire industrial sector is in danger.

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in all major regions of the world.

War! Is World War 3 about to happen?

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With large sectors of the World population already
well below the poverty line,
the short-term hike in the prices of food staples is
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are unable to purchase food for their survival.

Natural Disasters! No person on earth is immune from natural disasters!

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NEW WORLD ORDER... 1 world government! The list is endless...

What Does Heirloom Seed Mean? Genetically diverse seeds that have been passed on from generation to generation.
You grow a beefsteak tomato...
the next year you get a beefsteak tomato from the seed!

What Does GMO Seed Mean? The seeds have been genetically engineered!
The DNA of the plant has been changed by man!
You may not even get seed from GMO seeds!
Under the articles of agreement
of the World Trade Organization (WTO),
the food giants will have unrestricted
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of developing countries. The acquisition
of exclusive "intellectual property rights"
over plant varieties
by international agro-industrial interests,
also favors the destruction of bio-diversity.

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What Does Hybrid Seeds Mean? F1 hybrids have been hand-pollinated, and are patented!
Often Hybrids are sterile...you will not get seeds!
Genetically identical within food types!
Sold from multinational seed companies!

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Heat sealed on bottom end! You can reseal the mylar bag with the ziplock.

What Heirloom Vegetable Seeds Do I Get In The Genesis Survival Pack™?

Cucumber Straight Eight ... 100 Seeds
Summer Squash Black Zucchini... 35 Seeds
Spinach Bloomsdale Longstanding... 400 Seeds
Pepper Jalapeno... 50 Seeds
Pepper California Wonder Bell... 30 Seeds
Corn Golden Bantam Yellow Sweet... 60 Seeds
Radish Cherry Belle... 120 Seeds
Watermelon Klondike Blue Ribbon ... 30 Seeds
Turnip Vertus Marteau... 400 Seeds
Okra Clemson Spineless... 100 Seeds
Tomato Beefsteak... 40 Seeds
Broccoli Calabrese Sprouting... 100 Seeds
Onion Seeds Yellow Sweet Spanish... 100 Seeds
Snow Peas Dwarf White (or Gray)... 100 Seeds
Carrot Danvers... 400 Seeds
Lettuce Ice Queen... 400 Seeds
Cabbage Early Jersey Wakefield... 100 Seeds
Cauliflower Snowball Self-Blanching... 200 Seeds
Bean Blue Lake Bush Green... 60 Seeds
Beet Detroit Dark Red... 75 Seeds
FREE BONUS PACK...
Brussels Sprouts Long Island... 100 Seeds

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Store in a cool and dry place.


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In the realm of vegetable seeds, reports of 25 to 50 year old seeds germinating are quite common place.


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add to favorites My Vegetable Trade List For Exchange
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List updated on 9March2012

WANTED
Asparagus - any heirloom
Berry Cuttings, Blue/Raspberry/Black
Bok Choy/Chinese Cabbage - any heirloom
Celery - any heirloom
Chives, Garlic - any heirloom
Horseradish, cutting
Kiwi, Hardy - cutting
Melon, Mouse or Mexican Sour Gherkins
Mustard, Red Mizuna
Oats, Hullless
Onions, Bundling
Parsnip - any heirloom
Peas, Sugar Snap - any heirloom
Peppers, Pepperoncini - any heirloom
Radish, Minowase Daikon
Rhubarb, Cutting
Strawberry - any heirloom
Tomato - Black Cherry, Anna Russian, Super Sioux, Cherokee Purple or Arkansas Traveler and Homestead.
Tomatillo - any heirloom, prefer green though
Turnip, something asian like Tokyo Cross

HAVE
Beets, Detroit Red
Carrot, Parisienne
Eggplant, Listada de Gandia (only 12 left)
Gourd, Luffa
Gourd, Dipper
New Zealand Spinach
Peas, Brown Crowder
Pepper, California Wonder
Pepper, Jalapeno
Popcorn, Yellow
Sunflower, Mammoth
Thyme from SSE

Seeds are all purchased, not gathered, in 2010 through 2012. Were stored in a cool, dark location in paper bags or manilla envelopes. If you're not in a rush and you want me to I'll run a germination test, but I've been having good success with all my seeds so far this season.
add to favorites Vegetable seeds for swap For Exchange
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Brandywine tomato
sweet peppers- yellow, red and orange
add to favorites Want Tomato, cucucmber, bean seeds For Free
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I'm a disable Army veteran who likes to "play" in the garden. Can anyone help me with some free seed?
add to favorites Horticulture Beans For Exchange
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These beans are similar to a small red kedney bean/pinto bean but they do not get all mushy and yucky if heated for a long period of time-like in a slow cooker. My father-in-law calls them "horticulture beans," and they are very pretty in a jar too.
I am in 5b.
add to favorites updated my Veggie list For Exchange
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Looking for anything unique and will entertain any inquiries/offers.

My List:

Summer/Spring:

Tomato/Tomato like:
Spoon Tomato
Tomato-homestead
Cherry Tom-small Basket variety
Roma Tomato-commercial hybrid
Ground Cherry
Tomatillo
Litchi (a few seeds)

Peppers:
Sweet Cherry Peppers
Bell Peppers-Yellow Large
Bell Peppers-Red large
Bell Pepper-California Wonder
Red Belgian Sweet Pepper
Pablano-Rellenos variety
Chili-Serrano
Yellow Mini Pepper-sweet
Sweet Banana
Datl Peppers (21-30 days for germination)

Beans/Peas:
Speckled Butter Beans-Florida
Kentucky Wonder-Bush
Kentucky Wonder-Pole
Black Eye-California cowpeas
Pigeon Peas-cajanus indicus
White Half Runner Beans

Melons/squash:
Midget Melon-Minnesota
Mouse Melon-(only a few seeds)
Melon-Israel Ogen (from trade but have germinated)
Watermelon-crimson sweet
Butter Nut Squash
Early Straight neck yellow squach
Pumpkin-big max
Luffa

Misc:
Wonderberry-(sunberry)
New Zealand Spinach
Silver Queen corn
Lemon Cuke
Cuke-marketmore 76
Cuke-pickling cucumis sativus
Clemson Okra
Eggplant-Black Beauty
True Potato Seeds (zolushka)
Purple Malabar
Amaranth-Hopi Red


Winter:

Parsnips-Harris model
Carrot-Parisian Carrot
Carrot-Cosmic Purple
Onion-pickling crystal white wax
Hamburg Rooted Parsley
Salsify-Mammoth Island Sandwich
Snow Peas- Melting sugar
Arugula-Rocket
Broccoli-Waltham 29
Lettuce-buttercrunch
Lettuce-Black seeded simpson
Spinach-Bloomsdale
Kale-not sure of variety but is excellent
Rutabaga-purple top
Beet-Detroit Supreme
Green Scallions
Leek-american flag
Radish-watermelon
Turnip-purple top
Common Sorrel
Radicchio (palla Rosa)
add to favorites Trade list For Exchange
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Here is my have list:

Sweet peppers:
- purple beauty
- chocolate beauty (5-6 seeds for a trade)

Chile:
- Hungarian purple
- Naga Jolokia (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Satan’s Kiss
- Hungarian Wax
- Numex Centennial
- Wiang Ping (Karen chile) (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Cayenne red
- Purple Tiger (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Bird’s Eye
- Mulato Isleno (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Ancho Poblano (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Jalapeno
- Jalapeno Early
- Habanero Red (5-6 seeds for a trade)

Tomato:
- Beefsteak
- Yellow pear
- Red pear
- Amana orange
- Delicious (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Voyage (brains) (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Oregon Spring
- Roma VF
- Rutgers VF
- Costoluto Genovese
- Principe Borghese
- Cuore di Bue
- Great White (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Big Rainbow (5-6 seeds for a trade)

Corn:
- Early Pink
- Crimson Goddess
- Earth Tones Dent
- Oaxacan Green
- Hopi Blue
- Indian mix
- Calico pop
- Strawberry
- Red Dragon
- Japonica Striped






Asian vegetables and vines:
- Mizuna
- Mizuna red
- Mizuna lime streaked
- Pak choy
- Chinese cabbage
- Thai mustard leaves ’Kai choi’
- Shungiku (edible chrisantemum)
- Gobo ( Arctium lappa , japanese burdock)
- Wax Melon / Winter melon (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Thai tiger melon (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Thai muskmelon (5-6 seeds for a trade)

Beans:
- Chinese Yard Long Bean, Red Noodle
- Phaseolus vulgaris Nordhollandse Bruine
- Phaseolus vulgaris ’Purple podded pole bean’

Eggplants:
- Thai green round
- Thai long green
- Chaopraya
- Black Beauty

Lettuces and greens:
- Lactuca sativa ’Merveille des quatres saisons’
- Lactuca sativa ’Freckless’
- Lactuca sativa ’Buttercrunch’
- Chicory ’Orchidea rossa’
- Chicory ’Chioggia’
- Chicory ’Grumolo Verde’

Other vegetables:
- Chufa (Cyperus esculentus)
- Armenian Yard Long cucumber
- Okra ’Burgundy red’
- Okra ’Cowhorn’
- Okra ’Dwarf Long Green’

Herbs:
- Ocimum basalicum ’Iranian green’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Iranian purple-green’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Thai red holy basil’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Thai holy basil’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Lime scented’
- Ocimum basilicum ’Italian large leaf’
- Monarda citrifolia

Fruits and trees:
- Passiflora mollissima
- Passiflora edulis
- Passiflora edulis var. Flavicarpa
- Passiflora ligularis
- Psidium cattleyanum ssp. Littorale (5-6 seeds for a trade)
- Bixa orellana
- Mimosa pudica
- Annona cherimola (3-4 seeds for a trade)
- Bombax ceiba
- Poncirus trifoliata (3-4 seeds for a trade)
- Celtis occidentalis


I want unusual heirlooms and edible wild plant seeds, what i haven't. Please, send me your offer, I will be happy, if we can make a trade.
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add to favorites Modified Jan 15, 2014 My trade list Dawn Wyszynski For Exchange
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I have:
Swiss Chard-Lucullus
Eggplant-Black Beauty
Tomatoes-Rutgers
Watermelon-Sugarbaby
Zuchinni
Coriander(Cilantro)
Butternut Squash
Okra-Burgundy
Carrot-Danver
Collards
Fennel
Parsnips
Salsify
French Sorrel
Dill
Cushaw
Bitter melon
Spinach-New Zealand

Holy Basil(tulsi)
Beans-Purple Pod Pole
Yellow Crook squash
stevia
Marconi Red Pepper



Looking for:
Daikon or Indian (Muli) Radish
kale
golden turnips
red lettuce
curly endive
escarole
Sweet Winter Carrots
red cabbage
savory
raddichio
onion seeds
Rainbow Bright or Red Swiss Chard
eggplant(other than Black Beauty)
different colored beets
different colored carrots
Sweet peppers-yellow, red, orange or purple
comfrey
clatonia
Italian basil(or any basil other than sweet or lemon)
add to favorites Birdhouse Gourds For Exchange
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Variety of sizes of gourds on large vines. Needs a lot of space. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Sugar Baby Watermelon For Exchange
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Medium sized dark green fruits with red flesh. Very sweet. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Red Belgian Pepper For Exchange
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Small/ medium sized sweet pepper. Small plants bear very heavy yields of peppers that begin as a pasty yelly and turn to bright red. Bland flavor when yellow and very rich sweet flavor when red. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Chinese Five Color Pepper For Exchange
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Small medium hot pepper. Red, yellow, orange, white, and purple peppers on one plant. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Henderson Lima Bean For Exchange
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Bush bean. Heavy yeilds white limas. 2nd genertation. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Painted Pony Bean For Exchange
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Bush bean. Brown on white, looks like an appaloosa horse. 2nd generation. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Hidatsa Shield Figure Beans For Exchange
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Pole bean. Large creamy beans. Beautiful orange and brown patch on a white body. My favorite shell bean. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Goldman's Italian-American Tomato For Exchange
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Large red ribbed fruit. Very meaty and excellent for canning. organically grown, open pollinated, properlly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Reisentraube Cherry Tomato For Exchange
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Larger full flavored cherry tomato. Overwhelming yields. Name means "giant bunch of grapes" for the large cluster they grow in. Organically grown, open pollinated, properly isolated. I'm open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites Ananas Noire (black pineapple) Tomato For Exchange
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Large red, purple, and green tomato when ripe. Heavy yields, great flavor. Organically grown, open pollinated, and properly isolated. Minimum of 25 seeds/ pack. Open to any trades you may have.
add to favorites my trade list For Exchange
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HAVE FOR TRADE:
Broccoli, Brussel Sprouts, Lima Bean Fordhook 242
Beet(mammoth red mangel) and (Geante Blanche)
Cauliflower (snowball), Gourd (bushel basket and assorted)
Carrots (Touchon, Danver’s half long, Jaune Obtuse Du Doubs)
Corn (supersweet, organic oxagan dent, japanese hull-less popcorn)
Lettuce (salad bowl green leaf and Italian mix)
Radicchio (rossa di Verona), Watermelon (black diamond and sugar baby)
Clemson Okra, Rossa lunga di firenza onion
Black eye peas, purple hull pink eye peas, sugar snap peas
Pepper, (Hungarian yellow wax, mini snack yellow, red and green bell and Marisol)
Raddish, (rat’s tail, jaune d’ or ovale, crimson giant, miyashige daikon and early scarlet globe)
Rutabaga, (Laurentian) Squash, (long of naples winter, spaghetti, acorn, early yellow prolific, fordhook zucchini) Herbs, fenugreek and dill (bouquet)

Flowers, milkweed (common), petunia (wave purple shades), yellow tall primrose, columbine (dark blue), Appalachian Rose gentian, Morning glory (many varieties) Paw Paw Tree, Purple Castor bean

SASE:
All raddish varieties listed, Rutabaga, fenugreek, dill (bouquet), black eye peas, mini yellow snack pepper and red&green bell, both beet varieties.

WANTED:
WYSTERIA, CORKSCREW VINE, POOR MANS ORCHID, HUMMINGBIRD MINT,
IMPATIENS (ORANGE, RED DARK PURPLE), CONEFLOWER (PURPLE, ORANGE, PINK), PAMPAS GRASS, MALLOW, PLAINS COREOPSIS, POPPY, OTHER THAN RED CORN
Anything other than:
Black eye susan, Shasta daisy, cypress vine, morning glory, cardinal climber, trumpet vine, milkweed, money plant
PLANTS FOR TRADE:
Oxeye daisy, money plant, obedient plant (will trade these for other perennial starter plants. Mine have already come up. Mostly Looking for Coneflower(different colors)
add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Gigante Kohlrabi For Sale
Open-pollinated. Brassica oleracea. You might guess that these get enormous. And they do, regularly exceeding 10" in diameter and 10 lb. The world record is 62 pounds, leaves included. Unlike other kohlrabi, this Czechoslovakian heirloom doesn’t get woody even when it grows enormous. Plant produces huge kohlrabi bulbs. A Czechoslovakian heirloom. Impress your neighbors by growing a world record size kohlrabi.
SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites organic red peppers For Exchange
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add to favorites Organic green peppers For Exchange
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add to favorites Michigan grown seeds For Exchange
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All of the seeds I have to swap are organic and were grown at reccomended isolation distances unless otherwise stated. Most are from 2011 harvest some are from 2010
I have:

TOMATOES 2011 15 seeds/ trade
-ananas noire ( black pineapple)
-goldman's italian-american
-riesentraube cherry
BEANS 2010 25 seeds/ trade
-painted pony (bush)
-hidasta shield figure (pole)
-henderson lima (bush)
PEPPERS 2011
-belgian red sweet 50 seeds/ trade
-chinese five color hot 10 seeds/ trade
WATERMELON 2011 15 seeds/ trade
-sugar baby
GOURD 2011 15 seeds/ trade
-birdhouse

Seeds I would like (but am not limited to):

Good storage onions
potatoes
sunflowers
110 day peanuts
Any beans
blueberries
scarlet runner beans
wonderberries (sun berries)
heirloom tomatoes
Cucumbers
Kale
Any peas
Cold hardy vegetables
Any fruit or vegetable able to grow in zone 5
add to favorites Superhot peppers For Exchange
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I have the following rare superhot chilli's
7 pot barackapore
7 pot brown
7 pot chocolate
7 pot douglah
7 pot johah x Bhut jolokia butch
7 pot jonah
7 pot jonah butch t
7 pot orange
7 pot red
7 pot yellow
7 pot yellow butch
7pot brain strain
bhut assam
bhut con
bhut ic strain
bhut jolokia
bhut jolokia
bhut n.m.
chocolate bhut
douglah
Fatalii
habanero chocolate
habanero fedco
habanero red soc
habanero yellow
hot paper lantern
jamacan orange
jamaican red
mixed nagas
naga dorset morrich
naga morrich
red globe
t. scorp
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t. scorp butch t
t. scorp Butch T. Zydeco
t. scorp morough
t. scorp morough blend
t. scorp red
t. scorp yellow cardi
tepin purple
red bell
yellow bell
jalapeno

Looking for:
Beans:
Empress, Dragons tonguye, rattlesnake snap,
Beet:
Cylindra
Cabbage:
Mammoth Red Rock, Premium late flat dutch
Carrot:
Paris Market, St. Valery
Corn:
Stowell's evergreen
Cucumber:
Japanese climbing, english, true lemon
Ground Cherry:
Aunt molly's
Eggplant:
Florida high bush, listada de gandia
Gourd:
Apple, birdhouse, ten commandments
Lettuce:
Bunte Forellenschluss, Red Leprechaun, Winter density
Melon:
Edens gem
Okra
Red Burgundy, Borettana
Pea:
Amish Snap
Radish:
Early Scarlet Globe
Peppers:
Habeneros that I dont have
Spinach:
Bloomsdale, red malabar
Tomatillo:
Purple, Green
Squash:
Amish Pie, black beauty zucchini, guatemalan blue banana, waltham butternut
Tomato:Brown Berry, German Pink, Gold Medal
Watermelon:
Golden midget
Herbs:
Varieties of basil, cilantro, chives, lemon balm, mints, rosemary, parsley, thyme
Flowers:
Zinnias and Sunflowers

I am open to other heirloom varieties of the vegetables listed above as well, these are just my wish list. Feel free to send me a message about what you have, I am looking for at least a couple of things from each person. Some of the ones listed above I may only have a couple of seeds left because I just planted my seeds for this season. Look forward to hearing from you.
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add to favorites 2012 Organic Heirloom Hopi Red Dye Amaranth For Sale
Amaranthus cruentus A stately 6' plant, displaying 1–2' deep burgundy inflorescences. Leaves may be green or burgundy or some variation. Eat the young leaves in salads or slightly steamed, admire them young or old. The Hopis make a scarlet food dye from the flower bract to color their ceremonial piki bread. “When added to a flower bouquet it makes an ordinary clear jar look like an elegant purple-tinted vase as it colors the water.”
SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON.
add to favorites 2012 Heirloom National Pickling Cucumber For Sale
Open-pollinated. In 1924, aiming to create a variety suitable for both small pickles and dills, the National Pickle Packers Association began a collaboration with the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station that resulted in National’s 1929 introduction. Not quite as early as Northern Pickler, but tending to hold quality over a longer season, the firm black-spined dark green fruits are usually quite sweet, rarely bitter. Plants are vigorous dependable producers. A highly developed pickling strain that bears heavy over a long season. Disease resistances: Scab, Cucumber Mosaic Virus. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON.
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add to favorites Cuban squash large, tomatoes For Exchange
have a lot of cuban calabaza squash (these are huge about 13 inch by 13 inch inside is yellow to orange with a lot of meat and seeds beta carotene loaded, also large tomato, cherry tomato, bell peppers red, orange and yellow. NEED BEETS, LOOKING FOR DETROIT RED, OR ANY LARGE BEET. I can send you a lot of seeds.
virtually all zones in summer and late spring
add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Painted Serpent Cucumber For Sale
Open-pollinated. Cucumis melo var. flexuosus Bite into the snake that doesn’t bite back. Also known as Armenian Cucumber or Snake Melon, native to Armenia and brought to Italy in the fifteenth century. This is one of the oldest of our heirlooms, yet one of the most neglected by our gardeners. Slender slightly fuzzy flexuous fruits delicately coil like a serpent with alternate light and dark green stripes. Culture like the melon it is, starting indoors in individual pots and transplanting into a low tunnel. Will grow up to 30" but best eaten at 8–18". Straighter if trellised. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Fordhook Giant Chard For Exchange
Open-pollinated. Broad white stems, leaves dark green and savoyed with white veins. The standard variety, introduced by Burpee in 1934. Strains of green swiss chard have been around since around 1750. An easy winner for appearance and flavor. Broad white stems and midribs with deep green savoyed leaves. Large plants reach 24-28” and are very upright in architecture. High yield potential makes this variety a successful addition to every gardener’s list.SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Perpetual Spinach or Leaf Beet For Sale
Open pollinated. Leaf beet should be cultured like any other chard variety. It looks similar to other Swiss chards, but its stems are thinner, and its exceptionally tender leaves are smoother, not puckered. It tastes unlike any other chard, imparting a spinach-like flavor that lingers pleasantly. Unlike spinach, Perpetual lasts through summer into fall as it withstands light and moderate frosts. Production from June to October.SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Organic Danvers Carrot For Sale
The original Danvers Half-Long was developed by market gardeners in Massachusetts in 1871. This modern refinement features 7" conical orange roots that taper to a point. Easier to grow in heavy soils than the longer more refined types. The strong tops aid harvesting. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Organic Early Wonder Tall Top Beet For Sale
Open-pollinated. Selected for earliness from Crosby’s Egyptian and introduced in 1911. Quick emergence in cold soil and attractive purple tops make Wonder the choice for early beet greens and bunching beets. This is truly one of the best beet varieties for greens. Early wonder tops are fast growing, sweet, flavorful and grow upwards of 18"s. Has three inch roots which are smooth, half-flat, bright red and grow to about 3" in diameter. The best choice for Southern climates over other beets, but still keep in mind beets are a cool weather crop. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Ground Cherry / Cape Gooseberry / Husk Tomato For Sale
Physalis pruinosa. Open-pollinated. A treat inside every paper wrapper! Same genus as Chinese Lantern and tomatillo, bearing fruits that ripen inside their protective husks. As clusters of berries sweeten, they turn from green to golden yellow, drop off the decorative branching plants, and reach perfection as their husks thin to a near-gossamer papery consistency. The berries have an indescribable nutty flavor that is great for raw snacks. Don’t eat them green––they can be a powerful emetic. Need filtered light and temperatures at least 75°, preferably closer to 90°, to germinate. Cover the seeds with just a light sprinkling of soil and place the flats in the hottest part of the greenhouse, transplanting after last spring frost. Husk cherries will tolerate a touch of frost but give up when temperatures dip below 30°. In a good year, about half will ripen in time. Will readily self sow, although volunteers never mature as quickly as those started indoors.SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON .
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Golden Acre Cabbage For Sale
The best choice for those preferring an early open-pollinated cabbage that’s not a pointy-headed intellectual from Jersey. A selection of the Copenhagen Market type billed as “new…the earliest of the round-headed cabbages” in the 1928 Jerome B. Rice catalog. Heads average 3–5 lb. Short stems with sparse wrapper leaves and medium-sized core keep it compact. Not long standing. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites 2012 Heirloom Organic Black Krim Tomato For Sale
(Solanum lycopersicum) (aka Black Crimea) Found in Krim, Russia in 1990 by Lars Olov Rosenstrom of Bromma, Sweden. Indeterminate. SEEDS ARE $1 A PACKET. PLEASE CLICK ON MY NAME ABOVE “CFK”, WHICH WILL TAKE YOU TO MY PAGE WHERE YOU SHOULD CLICK “Click here to view the ads of this user!” TO SEE ALL OF THE SEEDS I AM OFFERING. EMAIL ME, AND I WILL GIVE YOU THE ADDRESS WHERE TO SEND THE MONEY ALONG WITH A SELF ADDRESSED ENVELOPE WITH TWO FIRST CLASS STAMPS. HARVESTED 2011 FOR 2012 GROWING SEASON
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add to favorites softneck garlic For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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mix of a few variaties of softneck garlic, cloves ready to plant
add to favorites Vegetables Seeds Nice Selection For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
1. Bush Mexican Pinto Beans
2. Provider Snap Bean
3. Dark Red Kidney Beans
Cranberry beans
Black Valentine bean (1 Pack)
Snowcap Bean (1 Pack)
Missouri Wonder Pole Bean
4. Detroit Dark Red Beets
5. Calabrese Broccoli
6. Long Island Brussels Sprouts
7. Cauliflower Snowball
8. Scarlet Nantes Carrot
9. Purple Cone-flower Echinacea
10. Hales Best Jumbo Cantaloupe
11. Ashley Organic Cucumber
Pioneer Cucumber
12. Italian Onions Cippola Di Piatta
13. Black Beauty Eggplant
14. Crimson Giant Radish
15. Winter Giant Organic Italian Spinach
16. Heirloom Beefsteak Tomato
17. Kale Vates Blue Scotch
18. Watermelon
19. Green Zucchini Squash
20. Summer yellow Straight Neck Squash
21. Dwarf White Sugar Edible Pod Pea
22. Bibb Lettuce
23. Purple Top White Globe Turnip
24. Evergreen Okra
25. Napoliatano Bolloso Italian Basil
26. Serrano Pepper
27. Arugula - Rocket Salat
28. Gourmet Leaf Lettuce Blend 7 types over
29. Double Lavender Angel Trumpet
30. Italian Lettuce Trocadero Black Seeded
31. Red Garnet AMARANTH
32.Yellow favorite corn (organic) (For corn meal
33. ONIONS Evergreen Bunching
34. OATS SEEDS
35.WHEAT Hard Red SEEDS
36.Alfalfa USDA Certified Organic
37.Brown Flax Seeds
38.Black CHIA Seeds
39.California Wonder green pepper

Tomatoes:
40.Roma Heirloom Tomato 41.Homestead Heirloom Tomato 43.Ace 55 Heirloom Tomato 44.Marglobe Heirloom Tomato 45.Rutgers Heirloom Tomato 46.Red Cherry Small Heirloom Tomato 47.Red Cherry Large Heirloom Tomato 48.Yellow Brandywine Heirloom Tomato 49. Ox-heart Heirloom Tomato 50. Yellow Pear Heirloom Tomato 51.Beefsteak Heirloom Tomato 52. San Marzano Heirloom Tomato 53.Hillbilly Tomato 54.Bi- color red/yellow beefsteak tomato 55.Ultimate Giant Tomato 56.Patio Tomato 57. German Queen 59.Spoon Tomato 60. Pink Brandy wine
71. Golden Jubilee 72.Rainbow Heirloom cherry mix 6 types



This Year Pepper:Hot:Serrano, Pepper (Extremely , Cayenne, Jalapenos, Sweet: California Wonder, golden california wonder
add to favorites Vegetable seeds (pigeon peas, speckled butter bean, etc) For Exchange
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Looking for strawberry spinach/strawberry sticks but will of course entertain any ideas you have.


I currently have:

Some are commercial but most are my own. I have been careful not to cross. All have been grown in my gardens and kept sealed in a fridgerator (all harvested in 2011 except the Speckled butterbeans; they were harvested this month).

parsnips-Harris model
Cherry tomato- basket
Onion-pickling crystal white wax
Butter Bean-Florida Speckled (purple and white)
Carrot-Parisian
Pigeon Peas-cajanus indicus
Arugula-Rocket
Broccoli-Waltham 29
Lettuce-buttercrunch
Lettuce-Black seeded simpson
Celery-tall Utah
Onion-Hybrid Granex Yellow
Radish-Daikon
Rutabaga-purple top
Radish-watermelon
Bell Pepper-yellow
Bell Pepper-red
Tomato-Roma vf
Turnip-purple top
Malabar Spinach
Common Sorrel
Gourd-Luffa
Beans-White half runner
Pumpkin-big max
Cuke-lemon
Cowpeas-california blackeye
Cuke- marketmore 76
Gourd-large bottle (birdhouse)
Beans-Kentucky wonder pole
Beans-Kentucky wonder bush
add to favorites Looking for Pumpkin-on-a-Stick (eggplant). Have ORGANIC Heirloom Squash, Pumpkin, Indian Corn Seed to Swap For Exchange
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Hi, I am looking to expand the varieties I plant this year. Specifically, I'd love to have some Pumpkin-on-a-Stick seeds. I have for trade some organically grown heirlooms: Jarrahdale, Rouge Vif d'Etampes, Earth Tones Dent(Autumn Rainbow), possibly others. I garden in Zone 4 (WY) and though these vines had longer growing seasons, they were ready before 1st light frost. Please reply if you have any squash/pumpkin heirlooms you would like to trade.
Zone 4
add to favorites 6a heirloom veggies for swap For Exchange, For Sale
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organically grown, open-pollinated

email me!

*have:*

early snowball cauliflower

calypso (yin yang) bean, bush

tiger eye bean, bush

bunte forellenschluss lettuce

rouge vif d’edampes pumpkin

heirloom cherry tomatoes blend (Sundrop,Gold Nugget, Brown Cherry, Sweetie, Green, Super Snow White, Bicolor Cherry)

Burgess Buttercup Squash

Hanson Improved lettuce

Dwarf Gray Sugar Pea

Honeyrock melon

Wallflowers

Golden Zucchini

Black Beauty Zucchini

*want:*

Early Hakucho, Midori giant, Mojo Green, or Sunrise edamame (or any that thrive up north)

St Valery carrot

Thelma Sanders squash

Opalka tomato

Sheboygan tomato

Joi Choi bok choy

Cobham Improved Marrow or Gladiator parsnips

Emerald Delight, Eight Ball, or Tigress zucchini

Superpik yellow summer squash

Delicata winter squash

Hard-shelled Corsican gourd

Bread seed Hungarian Blue poppies
add to favorites Quinoa Seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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Hi! I bought "Brightest Brilliant Quinoa" seeds from Seedsofchange without thinking. I'd like to pass this on to someone who can use them. This is a whole package, unopened, 500mg. I can't use the because the days to maturity are 100-110, and we don't get enough sun to support that. It is a hardy annual.

We REALLY love salad gardens and fresh veggies, we use square foot gardening if that tells you what we can handle. Thanks!

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