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Vegetable seeds to swap For Sale
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Seeds available:
Corn 'Country Gentleman' (2013)
cilantro (2014)
okra 'Burgundy' (2014)
okra 'Clemson Spineless' (2014)
Pole bean 'Blue Coco'(purple-podded) (2014)
hot pepper 'Fish' (2013)
pepper 'Ancho'(2013)
gourd 'Apple' (2010)
butternut winter squash (2015)
tomato 'Yellow Cherry' (2014)
suitable for all zones with warm summers at least 4 months
Ichiban Japanese Egg Plant For Exchange
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theses are all Organically grown,no pesticides or store bight fertilizer...they are prolific producers so careful of how many you plant.

I plant 2 and they feed a family of 4 and half the neighborhood....can be grown in pots,

I pruned al the flowers off till my plant stood 4 foot tall,then i allowed it to fruit and they grew to about 6 foot tall and 4 foot in diameter.

I will trade for any vegetable that is unique and can grow in zone 8...i also have a large variety od seeds but will not list them as my list is so large.
Ichiban Japanese Egg Plant For Exchange
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large lobed shaped leaves...large sprawling limbs...plant 5 feet
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theses are all Organically grown,no pesticides or store bight fertilizer...they are prolific producers so careful of how many you plant.

I plant 2 and they feed a family of 4 and half the neighborhood....can be grown in pots,

I pruned al the flowers off till my plant stood 4 foot tall,then i allowed it to fruit and they grew to about 6 foot tall and 4 foot in diameter.

I will trade for any vegetable that is unique and can grow in zone 8...i also have a large variety od seeds but will not list them as my list is so large.
Perennial Ground Cherry, Hardy Husk Tomato - Physalis longifolia var. subglabrata - 20 seeds For Sale
Perennial Ground Cherry, Hardy Husk Tomato - Physalis longifolia var. subglabrata - frost hardy (to zone 5) perennial to 1,5m (5 ft) tall and 0,6-1,2m (2-4 ft) wide, fruits delicious orange-yellow - 20 seeds (harvested in summer 2015)
5 and warmer
Perennial Ground Cherry - Physalis virginiana - 20 fresh seeds For Sale
Virginia Ground Cherry - Physalis virginiana - probably very frost hardy hardy perennial - to zones (6) 7-9, fruits delicious - the best after first frosts, seeds germinate better after soaking in GA3 (2000 ppm by 24 hours) - 20 seeds (2015)
(6)7/8
Desert Unicorn-plant, Golden Devil's Claw - Proboscidea althaeifolia - 5 fresh seeds For Sale
Desert Unicorn-plant, Golden Devil's Claw - Proboscidea althaeifolia (ex Arizona)- rare perennial hardy to zones 8a and warmer with edible seeds, young fruits and outer part (cortex) of tuberous roots, also very ornamental (golden fragrant flowers) and used in basketry or to making strange figures, bouquets etc. - 5 fresh seeds (harvested in autumn 2015)
8a as perennial, cooler as annual
Gboma Eggplant - Solanum macrocarpon - 10 fresh seeds For Sale
Tropical Eggplant, Gboma Eggplant, Aubergine Gboma, Terong Engkol - Solanum macrocarpon (ex Brazil) - herbaceous perennial which of wild forms originates from the wetter parts of tropical and subtropical Africa, creates large entire leaves and violet flowers with enlarged calyx following into round small apple-size whitish with violet (creamy-yellow when ripe) fruits, which are edible cooked, leaves can be eaten raw, cooked or steamed - 10 seeds (harvested in autumn 2015)
as annual 5/6
The seeds of rare plants (often unusual vegetables and fruits hardy to zone 6) - about 200 species (in order of latin names) For Sale
Indian Abutilon, Indian Mallow - Abutilon indicum - subtropical ornamental (lovely yellow flowers) and medicinal (used as a demulcent, aphrodisiac, laxative, diuretic, sedative, astringent, expectorant, tonic, anti-inflammatory, anthelmintic, and analgesic and to treat leprosy, ulcers, headaches, gonorrhea, and bladder infection) shrub to 1,8m (=6ft) tall, frost sensitive but very vigorous - 8 seeds (2015)

Bishop's Goutweed – Aegopodium podagraria – rare vegetable – 200 seeds (harvested in
2014)

Pringle's Hummingbird Mint, Pringle's Giant Hyssop – Agastache pringlei – aromatic (with
lavender-like scent) perennial to 0,6-1,2m (= 2-4ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6, young leaves
used in salads – 15 seeds (2014)

Garlic Mustard – Alliaria petiolata – rare biennial vegetable (edible leaves with mild taste of
garlic – raw, roots – substitute of wasabi – when dried and grind these roots have really taste
of wasabi, seeds – used to make delicious mustard), very frost hardy (to zone 5) – 100 seeds
(2015)

Wild Garlic – Allium oleraceum – rare spice (leaves, bulbs and bulblets) – 50 seeds (2012)

Wild Garlic – Allium oleraceum – rare spice (leaves, bulbs and bulblets) – 40 aerial bulblets
(2015)

Althaea cannabina – Hemp–leaved Marshmallow – ornamental perennial (zone 4 and
warmer) to 6 ft high – 50 seeds (2013)

White Amaranth, White Pigweed, Tumble Pigweed, Tumbleweed, Pigweed Amaranth,
Prostrate Pigweed – Amaranthus albus – annual to 0,7m (2,5ft) tall, rare vegetable
(delicious cooked leaves and young plants and seeds) – 25 seeds (2013)

Green Amaranth– Amaranthus chlorostachys – rare vegetable and cereal – 100 seeds (2012)

Spiny Amaranth - Amaranthus spinosus - annual delicious leafy vegetable to 0,6m (=2ft) tall, seeds also edible, medicinal and dye (yellow and green dyes as a colouring in foods and medicines) plant - 12 seeds (2015)

Wild Angelica, Woodland Angelica, Ground Ash, Holy Ghost – Angelica sylvestris – rare
vegetable (raw or cooked leaves, young shoots and stems), sweetmeat (candied stem
and leafstalks), and condiment in confections and pastries (seeds), also medicinal plant
biennial plant (frost hardy to zone 5) – 100 seeds (2013)

Garden Chervil, French Parsley – Anthriscus cerefolium – rare biennial vegetable (leaves with
mild anise–like taste – raw or cooked, flowers – raw and young roots – raw or cooked) to
0,5m (=2ft) tall – 100 seeds (2014)

Wild Chervil – Anthriscus sylvestris – rare perennial vegetable (delicious young shoots in
May) – 100 seeds (2015)

Hastate Orach – Atriplex hastata – rare vegetable 50 seeds (2011)

Yellow-leaf Orach – Atriplex hortensis var. lutea – annual plant to 1,8m (6ft) tall, frost hardy
to zone 6, very delicious vegetable (blanched young shoots and leaves and cooked seeds), also
medicinal plant (antirheumatic, diuretic), very ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)

Hoary Orach – Atriplex nitens – unusual vegetable (delicious blanched young shoots, leaves
and cooked seeds) – 250 seeds (2012)

Small-flowered Winter Cress – Barbarea stricta – biennial or perennial leaf vegetable to 1m
(=3 ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6, very delicious young leaves (especially in early spring) and
flowers – 50 seeds (2014)

Nodding Beggartick, Nodding Bur–marigold – Bidens cernua – annual ornamental 30–100cm
(=1–3ft) tall, wonderful yellow hanging flowers, loves moist or wet soil, stratify seeds – 50
seeds (2014)

Beggar Ticks, Devil's Beggartick – Bidens frondosa – annual plant to 1,5m (=5ft) tall, rare
vegetable (young leaves and shoots – cooked) – 50 seeds (2014)

Burr Marigold, Threelobe Beggarticks – Bidens tripartita – annual to 1,2m (=4ft) tall, rare
vegetable (young leaves in early summer – cooked) – 50 seeds (2014)

Kozo – Broussonetia kazinoki – deciduous Asiatic shrub to 5 m (17ft) tall, but commonly
smaller,frost hardy to zone 6, monoecious, creates (in July) edible delicious orange-red
mulbery-like fruits, seeds of open pollinated plants (they can be hybrid because near grows
also B. papyrifera), need cold stratification – 15 seeds (2015)

White Bryony, English Mandrake, Wild Vine, Wild Hops, Wild Nep, Ladies' Seal, Tetterbury,
Snakeweed, Devil's Turnip, Bastard Turnip – Bryonia alba – frost hardy (to zone 6) perennial
climber to 4m(=14ft) tall, thick tuberous roots were been used to falsify the carved dolls
called "Homunculus" (= little Homo, originally made from Mandragora roots), also medicinal
and poisonous plant – 20 seeds (2013)

Bunias orientalis – Turkish Rocket – rare delicious vegetable (young shoots better than
asparagus – raw or cooked) – 100 seeds (2015)

Hare's Ear - Bupleurum rotundifolium - rare annual vegetable (leaves - raw or cooked - in
salads, used as a pot-herb or as a spice) to 0,3m (= 1 ft) tall, also ornamental plant, hardy to
zone (5)6, sow in sit in spring - 25 seeds (2015)

Rampion Bellflower, Creeping Bellflower – Campanula rapunculoides – rare perennial root
vegetable (thick, white, carrot like roots with mild sweet taste) – 150 seeds (2012)

Rampion Bellflower, Rampion – Campanula rapunculus – rare biennial vegetable to 1m
(=3ft) tall, thick roots and leaves are edible (raw or cooked), name “rapunculus” is a
diminutive of the Latin “rapa” (turnip) and means "little turnip" – 100 small seeds (2013)

Chili Pepper – Capsicum annuum “Royal Black” – rare variety with black leaves and
immature fruits, ripe fruits are bright red, very hot – 20 seeds (2013)

Hot Chili Pepper – Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum “Criolla Sella” – 25 seeds (2013)

Tova, Covincho, Ají Puta Pario, Ají Puta Madre - Capsicum chacoense -frost susceptible perennial to 1,5 (5 ft) tall but usually smaller, fruits red with 10 calyc teeth, very small and very hot, aromatic, wild species native to Argentina, Paraguay etc. - 7 seeds (2015)

Chinese Chili - Capsicum chinense "Chupetinho" - frost susceptible perennial, beautiful leaves and unusual-shape fruits, fruits only lightly hot red very delicious (with characteristic aroma), very good as spice to chocolate or to sandwiches, also very ornamental - 10 seeds (2015)

Cumari – Capsicum praetermissum – rare perennial, pea–size red fruits, extremely hot, with
very pleasant aroma, also very ornamental – 7 seeds (2013)

Hoary Cress, Perennial Peppergrass – Cardaria draba – rare vegetable (leaves raw or cooked)
and spice (seeds as pepper substitute), hardy perennial (zones 6 and warmer) – 25 seeds
(2014)

Welted Thistle, Curly Plumeless Thistle – Carduus crispus – biennial rare tasty vegetable
(young shoots – which are not prickly – in early May – cooked), frost hardy to zone 5/6, to
2m (=7ft) tall – 20 seeds (2015)

Small Bur-Parsley, Carrot bur parsley - Caucalis platycarpos - rare annual vegetable (leaves -
raw or cooked - used as a pot-herb and pickled for use in winter salads) 0,3m (1 ft) tall, hardy
to zone 5/6, sow in situ in spring - 25 seeds (2015)

Spice Cow Chervil – Chaerophyllum aromaticum – rare spice plant (aromatic leaves and
seeds) – 50 seeds (2013)

Golden Chervil – Chaerophyllum aureum – rare spice (aromatic leaves) – 50 seeds (2013)


Fat Hen – Chenopodium album – unknown rare vegetable (blanched leaves) and corn (quinoa
cousin) – 1000 seeds (2012)

Jerusalem–tea, Epazote – Chenopodium ambrosioides – rare aromatic (aroma similar to Wild
Rosemary – Ledum) spice and tea perennial, old medicinal herb – 100 seeds (2010)

Sea Foam Flower, Wormseed – Chenopodium aristatum – rare ornamental annual plant – 25
seeds (2010)

Good King Henry – Chenopodium bonus–henricus – rare tasty vegetable (young shoots,
leaves and inflorescences) – 35 seeds (2012)

Fig-Leaved Goosefoot – Chenopodium ficifolium – rare vegetable (tasty blanched young
shoots, leaves and young inflorescences), condiment (roasted seeds used like sesame), annual
plant to 1m (3ft) high, rare – 25 seeds (2013)

Oak-Leaved Goosefoot – Chenopodium glaucum – rare leaf vegetable – 200 seeds (2011)

Red Goosefoot - Chenopodium rubrum - annual plant to 0,8 (=3 ft) tall, delicious vegetable - leaves are edible raw or cooked as a spinach (must be first blanched and water removed), seeds used as tasty black groats (after boiling in changed water to remove saponins), also gold/green dye - 100 fresh seeds (2015)

Naked Weed, Rush Skeletonweed, Gum Succory, Devil's Grass, Hogbite – Chondrilla juncea
rare tasty French salad vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)

Creeping Thistle, Lettuce From Hell Thistle – Cirisum arvense – rare vegetable (young shoots
and leaves, peeled young stems, and young rhizomes), formerly young shoots were lacto–
fermented (like cabbage) in Central Europe – 30 seeds (2013)

Queen Anne's Thistle – Cirisum canum – rare tuber and leaf vegetable – 30 seeds (2011)

Cabbage Thistle – Cirsium oleraceum – perennial to 1,8m (=6ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5,
unknown vegetable (cooked young leaves and thick rhizomes), also good bee and butterfly
plant, likes wet or moist (but not acid) soils – 15 seeds (2014)

Plume Thistle, Brook Thistle – Cirsium rivulare – rare leaf vegetable and ornamental – 30
seeds (2013)

Bull Thistle, Scotch Thistle – Cirsium vulgare – rare, biennial, delicious root vegetable
(huge, thick taproots delicious when cooked) – 20 seeds (2015)

Dang Shen, Poor Man's Ginseng – Codonopsis pilosula – rare root vegetable and medicinal
plant, dense ornamental perennial climber to 1,7m (6ft) high – 20 seeds (2012)

Orange Bladder Senna – Colutea x media – deciduous shrub to 2,5–3m (=8–11ft) tall, frost
hardy to zone 6, drought–tolerant hybrid, creates numerous orange–brown flowers and
inflated pods, very ornamental, easy from seeds – 50 fresh seeds (2013)

Canada Fleabane, Canadian Horseweed – Conyza canadensis – annual to 1m (3ft) tall, rare
vegetable – young shoots (cooked) have pungent flavour similar to onion – 100 seeds (2014)

Scarlet Hawthorn – Crataegus cf. coccinea – deciduous shrub to 7m (23ft) tall, frost hardy to
zone 5, delicious succulent large fruits – 30 seeds (2013)

Lindman's Hawthorn, Calycine Hawthorn – Crataegus rhipidophylla subsp. lindmanii – fruit
shrub to 5m (17ft) tall, fruits tasty, mealy, cylindric, red , large (1,7x1,5cm=0,7x0,6inch) – 20
seeds (2014)

Calycine Hawthorn – Crataegus rhipidophylla subsp. rhipidophylla – fruit shrub or tree to
11m (=36ft) tall, red fruits tasty, mealy, round, large (1,5x1,5cm=0,6x0,6inch) – 20 seeds
(2014)

Berry–bearing Catchfly – Cucubalus baccifer – very ornamental (numerous white odd flowers
and black fruits) climber 0,6–1,2m (2–4ft) tall, also edible plant (tasty young leaves and
shoots – cooked), frost hardy perennial (to zone 6) – 50 seeds (2013)

West Indian Gherkin – Cucumis anguria – rare vegetable fruit (small ovate lightly green
cucumbers, very good for pickles) – 50 seeds (2010)

Fig Leaf Gherkin, Fig Leaf Cucumber – Cucumis ficifolius – rare vegetable, fruits 6–7x3–4cm
(2,5x1,5inch), not bitter, pale yellow, very juicy, delicious, edible immature and mature,
prickly plant (perennial but usually grown as annual), extremely rare plant, seeds scarce – 25
seeds (2013)

Sikkim Cucumber – Cucumis sativus var. sikkimensis – huge tasty fruits – size 15 x 6 inch
(about 40 x 18 cm) – 50 seeds (2010)

Cucurbita argyrosperma – Tennessee Sweet Potato Squash (ornamental large fruits and edible
seeds) – 25 seeds (2011)

Blackseed Squash, Chilacayote – Cucurbita ficifolia – rare tasty vegetable (flesh pickled with sugar, cloves and cinnamon resembles unripe coconut) – 10 black seeds (2015)

Atlantic Giant Pumpkin – Cucurbita maxima – gigantic edible fruits – 40 seeds (2011)

Pumpkin “Rouge Vif d'Etampes” – Cucurbita maxima – 25 seeds (2012)

Winter Squash “Turks Turban” – Cucurbita maxima – 15 seeds (2012)

Lesser Dodder, Clover Dodder – Cuscuta epithymum – annual parasitic climber to 1m (=3 ft)
long, poisonous and medicinal herb (antibilious, antiscorbutic, anticancer, carminative,
cholagogue, diuretic, hepatic), also very ornamental (pink flower–heads and red stems) – 25
seeds (2014)

Greater Dodder, Nettle Dodder, European Dodder – Cuscuta europaea – parasitic climber
0,3–1,5m (1–5ft) tall, very ornamental (numerous little pink flowers), Tibetan medicinal
herb (a bitter, acrid and sweet taste with a heating potency) and Chinese medicinal (seeds
improve immunity, increase blood sugar metabolism), aphrodisiac, renal and a hepatic
tonic, also poisonous plant – 50 seeds (2015)

Hop Dodder, Hop–shaped Dodder, Willow Dodder – Cuscuta lupuliformis – parasitic climber
0,5–2,0m (2–7ft) tall, very ornamental (numerous little pink or white flowers), thick
stemmed, Chinese medicinal herb (seeds improve immunity, increase blood sugar
metabolism), also poisonous plant, rarity – 25 seeds (2015)

Achocha, Achokcha, Caihua– Cyclanthera pedata – rare fruit vegetable – 20 seeds (2010)

Brown Galingale, Brown Flatsedge – Cyperus fuscus – very rare low (to 6 in) but wide (to 2
ft) (rosette form) annual ornamental plant for bog or water garden, needs moist or wet sandy
soil, rarity, very ornamental – 200 small fresh seeds (2012)

Dwarf Tamarillo – Cyphomandra abutiloides – tasty rare fruit – 50 seeds (2012)

Suhosine, Janatsi–itsigo, Toon–itsigo – Debregeasia edulis “Elite” – Chinese fruit shrub
(nettle cousin, caulicarpic), delicious, sweet and aromatic orange mulberry–like fruits, frost
hardy to zone 8 (roots even to 7), creates fruits without pollination – 10 seeds (2014)

Mock Strawberry – Duchesnea indica – very ornamental, edible fruits – 50 seeds (2015)

Autumn Olive – Elaeagnus umbellata – rare edible fruit shrub – 50 seeds (2013)

Finger Millet, Koracan – Eleusine coracana – rare corn and ornamental grass – 100 seeds
(2010)

Crested Latesummer Mint, Vietnamese Balm - Elsholtzia ciliata - annual edible (aromatic leaves - raw or cooked - added to salads or used as a potherb, powdered seeds used as a condiment) and medicinal herb to 0,6m (=2ft) tall, whole plant with strong specific aroma something similar to caraway, lemon grass and mint - 15 seeds (2015)

Gray Love Grass, Stink Grass, Snake Grass, Black Grass, Candy Grass – Eragrostis
megastachya – rare ornamental annual – 50 seeds (2012)

American Fireweed, American Burnweed – Erechtites hieracifolia – rare delicious vegetable
(aromatic leaves and young shoots – raw or cooked), robust annual plant 0,6–2,4m (2–8ft)
tall, frost hardy to zone 5 – 30 seeds (2013)

Field Eryngo - Eryngium campestre - rare xerothermic perennial to 0,6 m (=2ft) tall and wide, frost hardy to zone (5)6, delicious vegetable (young shoots - asparagus substitute, roots - cooked or candied), also medicinal herb, sow the seeds surface in autumn or spring - 30 seeds (2015)

Hard Wallflower – Erysimum marschallianum (syn. E. hieraciifolium subsp. durum, E.
durum) – extremely rare ornamental biennial herb (frost hardy to zone 5/6), drought resistant,
young shoots and leaves of closest cousin (E. hieraciifolium) of this plant were used as
cooked vegetable in Nepal, so probably this species is also edible – 100 seeds (2014)

Sickleweed – Falcaria vulgaris – Turkish vegetable (cooked leaves and shoots), biennial herb
frost hardy to zone 5/6, drought resistant, needs much of sunlight – 25 seeds (2015)

Black Bindweed – Fallopia convolvulus – rare pseudo–cereal (tasty seeds edible when
threshed and boiled), poor soil and drought resistant – 50 seeds (2013)

Fern–leaf Dropwort – Filipendula vulgaris – tuberous vegetable perennial to 0,8m (=3 ft) tall,
creates dense clumps, tubers aromatic and starchy, very delicious raw and when baked, boiled
or (especially) candied, tasty leaves edible raw or cooked, also medicinal plant – 60 fresh
seeds (2014)

Green Strawberry, Wild Strawberry – Fragaria viridis (syn. F. collina) – tasty large fruits
(original aroma, very different than common Wild Strawberry – F. vesca) – 40 seeds
(2014)

Malva China - Fuertesimalva limensis - rare Mexican leafy vegetable - ascending plant to 1,5
m tall with large tender leaves and small violet fowers, leaves are eaten in Mexico (boiled in
stews ot steamed), and are used to remedy a cough, also fodder plant, very cold tolerant, easy
to growing – 12 seeds (2014)

Guasca, Mielcilla, Gallant Soldier – Galinsoga parviflora – Andean (and African) annual
vegetable (young plants – raw or cooked) and condiment (dried, powdered plants) – 30 seeds
(2014)

Chocolate Root – Water Avens – Geum rivale – a rare spice plant, boiled rhizomes used to
make very tasty chocolate–like tea – 100 seeds (2013)

Clove Root – Wood Avens – Geum urbanum – rare spice – 100 seeds (2013)

Chinese Nettle, Korean Nettle, Scorpion Grass – Girardinia cuspidata – rarity edible,
medicinal and ornamental annual plant (about 1,5m =5ft high) – 8 seeds (2013)

Northern Girardinia – Girardinia septentrionalis – rare annual stinging plant 0,4m(1,5ft)
-1,8m(6ft) tall with very thin ovate large–sinuate–dentate leaves, long stinging hairs and
inconspicuous flowers in spicate inflorescences, native to Asia (Korea, China and Russia) –
15 seeds (2012)

Water Manna Grass, Floating Manna Grass, Sweet Grass, Manna Grass, Float Grass, Poland
Manna – Glyceria fluitans – heirloom Slavic cereal – 100 fresh seeds (2013)

Marked Glyceria, Plicate Sweet Grass – Glyceria plicata (syn. G. notata) – aquatic perennial
30-80cm (=1-3ft) tall, used as G. fluitans – 50 seeds (2015)

Viscous Baby's–breath – Gypsophila viscosa – annual plant to 0,3m (1 ft), very ornamental
(numerous pink flowers) – 25 seeds (2014)

Cultivated Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides “Swedish cultivated variety” – climber
about 1,5m (5ft) tall with small pale–green coloured leaves and stems, and tuberous root,
hardy to zone (4?)5 and warmer – 50 seeds (2015)

Wild Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides “wild variety” from Caucasus (Georgia) –
robust dense climber 2,5–3m (8–10ft) tall (after 2–3 years from seed), leaves dark–green and
large, stems redish, hardy to zone 5/6 and warmer – 100 seeds (2014)

Tall Sunflower – Helianthus giganteus – rare root vegetable and ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)

Eltrot, Hogweed – Heracleum sphondylium – rare vegetable (young shoots, leaves) and
medicinal plant (roots) – 50 seeds (2013)

Jaltomate Negro, Jaltomato – Jaltomata procumbens, syn. Saracha jaltomata – annual
(tropical perennial), tasty black fruits – 15 seeds (2015)

Tomatito - Jaltomata sinuosa – annual, delicious orange fruits, shruby tropical perennial,
native to Peru (possible Incan agricultural relict), easy to growing but often difficult to
germinate (GA3 - 2000 ppm by 24 hours can realy help), sow the seeds surface – 10 seeds
(2015)

Green Jaltomato, Coscomate, Coscotomate – Jaltomata tlaxcala – annual (tropical perennial),
delicious green sweet aromatic fruits, rare – 30 seeds (2013)

Wall–lettuce – Lactuca muralis (syn. Mycelis muralis) – perennial (hardy to zone 4/5) salad
vegetable (raw leaves used in mixed salads) to 3ft (=1m) tall, also medicinal and poisonous
(in large doses) plant, shade resistant – 30 seeds (2014)

Nipplewort – Lapsana communis – annual delicious vegetable (leaves raw or cooked, flowers
raw, flower–buds pickled as capers) to 1,2m (4 ft) tall – 30 seeds (2015)

Chickling Pea, Grass Pea, Blue Sweet Pea, Indian Pea – Lathyrus sativus – rare legume
vegetable and ornamental – 20 seeds (2012)

Earthnut Pea, Tuberous Sweetpea, Marcuson – Lathyrus tuberosus – tasty delicious edible
tubers (one of the best tasted roots on the world), hardy perennial (zones 6 and warmer) – 15
seeds (2015)

Tree Mallow – Lavatera arborea var. variegata – tree like biennial plant 4–10 ft. (1,2–3 m)
tall, white variegated leaves, numerous deep red flowers 2 inch (5 cm) diameter, very
ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)

Lavatera, Tree Lavatera – Lavatera thuringiaca – perennial to 1,8m (6ft) tall, frost hardy to
zone 5/6, rare vegetable (young leaves – raw or cooked, delicious flowers – raw), also fibre
plant – 30 seeds (2014)

Narrow Leaved Peppergrass, Roadside Pepperweed – Lepidium ruderale – rare, low (to 1ft =
30cm tall) annual/biennial vegetable: young shoots and leaves (raw or cooked) which have
very hot (almost like pepper), pungent and aromatic flavour. Also medicinal herb
(hypotensive). Easy to growing – 200 seeds (2013)

Pearl Gromwell, Grummel, European Stoneseed – Lithospermum officinale – tea substitute
(called Bohemian or Croatian Tea), medicinal herb (mature seeds are diuretic,
lithontripic and oxytocic, infusion of the leaves is sedative, root is depurative, whole
herb inhibits the secretion of the pituitary gonadotrophic hormone and possess
contraceptive properties), ornamental plant (numerous beautiful seeds) to dry bouquets,
perennial (hardy to zone 6) 1m (3ft) tall – 100 seeds (2013)

Rose Campion – Lychnis coronaria – hardy ornamental (purple–magenta flowers on a wooly–
white plant) perennial (hardy to zone 6) to 90–120cm (=3–4 ft) tall, formerly the wooly leaves
were used as lamp wicks, herb was used in homeopathy (to treatment paralysis, kidney
stones), also antiasthmatic, and slightly poisonous in high doses – 50 seeds (2014)

Galapagos Wild Tomato, Tomatillo – Lycopersicon cheesmaniae – rare vegetable (small, pear
shaped fruits) – 20 seeds (2010)

Hybrid tomato - Lycopersicon esculentum x peruvianum - tasty cherry-size red fruits with large calyx, plant resistant to numerous diseases, rarity - 15 seeds (2015)

Wild Galapagos Island Tomato - Lycopersicon galapagense - delicious orange-yellow cherry-size fruits, the form not 100% clean (has some genes of common tomato because of open pollinating), rarity - 20 seeds (2015)

Hybrid tomato - Lycopersicon galapagense x esculentum - fruits plum-size round and flat, orange, delicious - 15 seeds (2015)

Wild Hairy Tomato - Lycopersicon hirsutum – hairy cherry-size greenish-purple fruits, delicious with fruity taste (very different than common tomato), beautiful leaves - 15 seeds (2015)

Wild Tomato – Lycopersicon humboldtii – robust annual plant to 2m (7ft) tall, tasty cherry
sized red fruits – 25 seeds (2013)

Gypsywort – Lycopus europaeus – perennial to 1m (=3ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 4, Chinese
vegetable (tuberous tillers in autumn – raw or cooked) – 50 seeds (2014)

High Gypsywort – Lycopus exaltatus – perennial to 1,5m (=5ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6,
rare vegetable (delicious tubers in autumn – raw or cooked) – 12 seeds (2015)

Vervain Mallow – Malva alcea – rare ornamental and edible plant – 50 seeds (2014)
High Mallow, Tall Mallow, Common Mallow – Malva sylvestris – rare vegetable (leaves –
raw or cooked, flowers – raw), tea substitute, biennial/perennial plant (hardy to zone 5) – 50
seeds (2013)

Creeping Cucumber, Guadeloupe Cucumber - Melothria pendula (ex Philippines) - dense perennial climber (but can b grown as an annual) with small leaves, mottled immature fruits edible and delicious, mature fruits black - 5 seeds (2015)

Creeping Cucumber, Guadeloupe Cucumber - Melothria pendula (ex Southern USA) - appearance similar to previous but shoots longer, leaves and fruits larger, immature fruits edible, perennial resistant to light frost - 15 seeds (2015)

Japanese Rough Potato – Metaplexis japonica (Milkweed Family – Asclepiadaceae) – rare
ornamental climber (to 8m=27ft tall), perennial frost hardy to zone 6, beautiful, showy, pale
purple flowers in the second year after sowing (about 15 months to first flowers from seed),
also Asiatic vegetable (young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked, young fruits – raw or
pickled, roots – cooked), poisonous plant (raw milk sap) – 10 seeds (2015)

Wood Millet – Milium effusum – perennial, shade resistant, rare edible corn – package 500
seeds (2011)

Headache Vine, Rough Bryony - Mukia maderaspatana - rare annual climber, tropical
cucurbit perennial 0,5-2.5 m (2-8 ft) tall with perennial woody rootstock, small yellow
flowers and red berries (non edible), germinate without any pre-teatment, sow surface – 12
seeds (2014)

Water Chickweed, Giant Chickweed – Myosoton aquaticum – rare Chinese leaf vegetable –
100 seeds (2014)

Sweet Cicely – Myrrhis odorata – rare perenial vegetble (leaves - raw, cooked or used as a
flavouring or as tea substitute- with anise like aroma, cooked with tart fruits in order to reduce
their acidity, root - raw or cooked, seed - raw or cooked - the best whilst it is still green) to 1m
(3,3 ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 4/5 – 15 large seeds (2015)

Rock Nettle – Nasa triphylla – rare ornamental annual garden plant – 15 seeds (2012)

Wild Catmint – Nepeta cataria – aromatic perennial to 1m=3ft tall, frost hardy to zone 3,
delicious herbal tea (with specific aroma resembling something between mint and lemon),
condiment – 25 seeds (2013)

Little Bells – Nolana humifusa – rare ornamental annual – 10 seeds (2012)

Wild Parsley – Oenanthe peucedanifolia – hardy perennial (zone 6 and warmer) to 1 m (=3ft)
tall, creates tuberous roots (which are edible after processing), also poisonous plant – 20
seeds (2014)

Large–flowered Evening–primrose – Oenothera glazoviana – rare ornamental biennial plant –
150 seeds (2011)

Pale Poppy, Prickly Poppy, Pila Dhatura, Sand–Mohn, Sandmohn – Papaver argemone –
medicinal plant (infusion or syrup made from the petals is used as a sudorific), small annual
ornamental (bright scarlet red flowers with black spots at the bases of petals), edible seeds,
prickly capsule – 100 seeds (2015)

Long–headed Poppy, Blindeyes – Papaver dubium – medicinal plant (infusion or syrup made
from the petals is used as a sudorific), edible seeds, annual ornamental (hardy to zone 6) – 200
seeds (2013)

Pellitory–of–the–wall, Lichwort – Parietaria officinalis – tasty rare leaf vegetable (nettle
cousin) – 25 seeds (2012)

Crinkled Passionflower, Annual Passionflower – Passiflora gracilis – the only annual
Passiflora, very ornamental (beautiful flowers and red fruits) – 10 seeds (2013)

Blue Sweet Calabash, Woodland Passionflower - Passiflora morifolia - white and purple flowers, blue fruits with edible orange flesh, perennial climber hardy to zone 8/9 - 15 seeds (2015)

Parsnip – Pastinaca sativa – 50 seeds (2012)

Swedish Ginger, Milk Parsley – Peucedanum palustre (syn. Thyselium palustre) – aromatic
roots spice, very frost hardy (zones 6 and warmer) – 30 seeds (2013)

Tuberous Jerusalem Sage – Phlomis tuberosa – rare perennial (frost hardy to zone 6 and
warmer) to 1,8 (=6ft) tall, Kalmucks' vegetable (round tubers cutted or grated, dried, roasted
and boiled with milk), raw tubers are bitter, also very ornamental plant – 25 seeds (2014)

Camapu, Cutleaf Ground Cherry – Physalis angulata – tasty rare fruit – 30 seeds (2010)

Yellow Nightshade Groundcherry, Thick–leaf Ground–cherry, Desert Ground Cherry –
Physalis crassifolia – rare edible fruit perennial (hardy to zone 8a if kept dry), drought
resistant – 25 seeds (2013)

Yellow Groundcherry, Perennial Ground Cherry, Hardy Husk Tomato, Smooth Ground Cherry - Physalis longifolia var. subglabrata - frost hardy (to zone 5) perennial to 1,5m (5 ft) tall and 0,6-1,2m (2-4 ft) wide, fruits delicious orange-yellow - 20 seeds (2015)

Strawberry Tomato – Physalis pruinosa – very tasty rare fruit – 30 seeds (2010)

Smooth Purple Ground Cherry – Physalis subglabrata – large (2 inch=5cm diameter) purple
fruits, species similar to Ph. ixocarpa, needs fertile soil, rarity, probably ex Mexico – 25 seeds (2013)

Virginia Ground Cherry - Physalis virginiana - probably very frost hardy hardy perennial - to zones (6) 7-9, fruits delicious - the best after first frosts, seeds germinate better after soaking in GA3 (2000 ppm by 24 hours) - 20 seeds (2015)

Black Pimpinella Solidstem Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella nigra – rare aromatic spice (roots,
leaves and seeds) – 30 seeds (2012)

Southern Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella peregrina (syn. P. taurica) – formerly cultivated in
Southern Germany for medicinal (expectorant) roots – 30 seeds (2014)

Pimpinella, Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella saxifraga – rare aromatic spice (roots, leaves and
seeds) – 100 seeds (2012)

French Psyllium – Plantago arenaria – rare medicinal plant 100 seeds (2011)

Eurasian Solomon's seal, Garden Solomon's seal, Multi–flowered Solomon's seal, Ladder–to–
heaven, David's–harp – Polygonatum multiflorum (giant variety) – hardy (to zone 4) perennial
to 1,8m(=6ft) tall, delicious thick rhizomes were used as Chinese vegetable (they must be
boiled or steamed by 5–6 hours), cooked young shoots were eaten in Turkey, also poisonous
(berries) and medicinal plant (among others lowers sugar in the blood) – 15 seeds (2013)

Portulaca oleracea – Wild Purslane, Pursley – wild tasty succulent leaf vegetable – 50 seeds
(2013)

Golden Purslane – Portulaca sativa – rare succulent leaf vegetable – 50 seeds (2012)

Desert Unicorn-plant, Golden Devil's Claw - Proboscidea althaeifolia (ex Arizona) - rare perennial hardy to zones 8a and warmer with edible seeds, young fruits and outer part (cortex) of tuberous roots, also very ornamental (golden fragrant flowers) and used in basketry or to making strange figures, bouquets etc. - 5 fresh seeds (2015)
Sweet Unicorn Plant , Devil’s Claws – Proboscidea fragrans – rare vegetable (young fruits), corn (black seeds) and ornamental plant (large bunches of purple flowers and odd beautiful fruits with 2 claws) – 5 seeds (2015)
Unicorn Plant, Devil’s Claws, Ram's Horn, Aphid Trap, Louisiana Unicorn-plant, Goat's Head, Elephant Tusks (wild ex Texas) - Proboscidea louisianica – similar to above species but flowers whithish-lavender coloured, usefullness the same – 10 seeds (2015)
Unicorn Plant, Devil’s Claws (Domesticated Multi-claw) - Proboscidea parviflora var. hohokamiana – annual protocarnivorous viscid herb, fruits (fleshy drupes) and drupelets to 35cm (=14 inch) long with 4-5 claws, seeds edible cooked, young fruits pickled, ornamental strange drupelets used in basketry, plant needs short growing period from sowing the seeds to ripe fruits (only 3-4 months), grows well in zone 6 and warmer, seeds white or greyish - 5 seeds (2015)
Unicorn Plant, Devil’s Claws (Wild Multi-claw) - Proboscidea parviflora var. parviflora – as above but fruits smaller, 3-4 clawed and seeds black, usefullness as above, seeds scarce - only 1-2 packages – 5 seeds (2015)
Sweet Grass, Reflexed Salt Grass – Puccinellia distans (syn. Glyceria distans) – heirloom
Indian cereal (tasty grains) – 200 seeds (2014)

Wild Mignonette – Reseda lutea – rare edible (leaves) and ornamental plant – 50 seeds (2011)
Rampion Mignonette, Corn Mignonette – Reseda phyteuma – very rare leaf vegetable – nice
honey taste 25 seeds (2013)

Black Jetbead, Jetberry Bush – Rhodotypos scandens – very ornamental, breathtakingly
beautiful (white flowers and black fruits) deciduous shrub (size 6x8ft=1,8x2,4m), frost hardy
to zone 4a and warmer – 20 seeds (2013)

Yellow Marsh Cress – Rorippa palustris – rare salad vegetable (young leaves, stems and
young seedlings) – 40 seeds (2013)

Japanese Wineberry, Wine Raspberry – Rubus phoenicolasius – delicious amber–red fruit,
deciduous shrub (frost hardy to zone 6a) – 30 seeds (2015)

Sheeps Sorrel - Rumex acetosella - low (0,3 m = 1 ft tall) perennial vegetable (leaves and
seeds - raw or cooked - both very palatable), lemonade substitute is made by boiling up the
leaves, plant hardy to zone 4/5, likes well drained, acid, moderately poor soils, but tolerate
also alkaline ones, dioecious - 200 seeds (2015)

Arrow Head – Sagittaria sagittifolia – rare quatic tuber vegetable – 50 seeds (2015)

Sting Lily – Saloa hieroinymi – rare ornamental annual garden plant – 20 seeds (2012)
Pampas Lily of the Valley – Salpichroa origanifolia (Nightshade Family – Solanaceae) –
delicious fruit, perennial climber (to 3m=11ft tall), very frost hardy (to zone 6 if thick
mulched) – 6 seeds (2013)

Shepherd's Needle, Venus' Comb, Crow Needles – Scandix pecten–veneris – a rare vegetable
25 seeds (2014)

Little–leaf Angelica, Cambridge Milk–Parsley – Selinum carvifolia – rare lovely ornamental
perennial to 0,6–1m (2–3ft) tall, bee plant (deliciously scented white flowers) – 50
seeds (2013)

Hoary Groundsel, Hoary Ragwort – Senecio erucifolius – very ornamental xerophilous
perennial to 1,5m (= 5 ft) tall, frost hardy to zones 5/6, also medicinal herb (anthelmintic,
antiscorbutic, diaphoretic, diuretic, mmenagogue, poultice and purgative.) and poisonous
plant – 50 seeds (2015)

Wood Ragwort, Fuchs’ Groundsel – Senecio nemorensis subsp. fuchsii – rare ornamental
perennial 0,5–2m (2–7ft) high, hardy (zones 6 and warmer) – 50 fresh seeds (2012)

Fen Ragwort – Senecio paludosus – very rare ornamental perennial 2–7ft high, very frost
hardy – 50 fresh seeds (2013)

St. Pauls Wort, Xi–Xiang–Cao, Shrimp–claw Plant – Siegesbeckia pubescens – Chinese
medicinal plant (high content of kirenol), lovely annual herb to 1,7m (6ft) high – 15 seeds
(2011)

Bladder Campion – Silene vulgaris – perennial (frost hardy to zone 6) to 0,6m (=2ft) tall, tasty
leaf vegetable (raw or cooked) used in Alps and Spain – 50 seeds (2014)

White Campion, Bladder Campion – Silene latifolia (syn. Melandrium album) – perennial
(frost hardy to zone 6) to 0,6m (=2ft) tall, Spanish rare vegetable (leaves and young shoots –
stewed) and soap subsitute (obtained by simmering the root in hot water) – 50 seeds (2014)

Silver Milk Thistle, Elephant Thistle, Ivory Thistle – Silybum eburneum – rare annual thistle
native to Mediterranean areas to 1,8m (= 6ft) tall, leaves unicoloured – ivory green, very
prickly, probably a better source of the powerful liver protective silymarin than the common
milk thistle (S. marianum), all parts of the plant are edible (roots – raw, boiled or roasted,
seeds – ground or germinated for sprouts, young shoots – cooked, leaves – steamed like
spinach or raw in salads, stems – peeled, soaked and cooked, flower heads – prepared like
artichokes), frost hardy to zone 7a – 12 fersh seeds (2014)

Stone-Parsley – Sison amomum – rare vegetable (cooked roots) and condiment (aromatic
leaves and seeds), biennial plant to 1,5m (5ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6 – 25 seeds (2015)

Stone-Parsley – Sison amomum – 40 seeds (2013)

Skirret – Sium sisarum – rare heirloom root vegetable – 25 seeds (2013)

Perfoliate Alexander's – Smyrnium perfoliatum – delicious biennial heirloom vegetable
(aromatic young shoots, leaves – raw and cooked, celery-like but smaller tubers – cooked)
and condiment (fragrant seeds) frost hardy to zone 5/6, sow in situ in autumn or early spring,
germination can be slowly – 25 seeds (2015)

Wild Andean Potato, Devil Potato, Apharu, Apharuma Chokke, Jupaypa Papan – Solanum
acaule var. caulescens – very ornamental low plant with profusion of lovely blue flowers, also
rare vegetable – small (1–4cm=0,5–1,5inch diameter) white tubers – 15 seeds (2013)

Chichiquelite Huckleberry – Solanum americanum (?) – very tasty rare fruit, annual – 50
seeds (2013)

Devil Plant, Cockroach-berry, Devil's–apple, Polohauaiʻi – Solanum capsicoides – rare
ornamental (component of dry bouquets), edible inner layer under peel can be eaten,
perennial but can be grown like annual, permanent rootstock for “eggplant tree” in
southern Australia, seeds slow to germinate (about 1-1,5 month) need soaking in GA3
(1000-2000 ppm by 24 hours) before sowing, sow surface – 20 seeds (2015)

Devil Plant, Cockroach-berry, Devil's–apple, Polohauaiʻi – Solanum capsicoides – 50 seeds
(2012)

Tzimbalo, Llorones, Pepino Llorón, Mini Pepino – Solanum caripense – very delicious green
or yellow, purple striped, sweet round fruits 1,5–2cm (0,6–0,8inch) diameter (in taste
tangier and more juicy than Pepino), this plant resembles Tomato and is relative to
Pepino and gives fertile hybrids with Pepino, hardy outside to zone 6 (as annual) – 20
seeds (2013)

Watermelon Nightshade – Solanum citrullifolium – very ornamental flowers, annual prickly
plant to 0,5m=1,5ft tall, hardy (to zone 6) – 15 seeds (2013)

Bittersweet – Solanum dulcamara – ornamental climber, poisonous plant but a dried bark of
stem bases is chewed in some areas of Europe as snack (it has taste of walnuts) – 100 seeds
(2009)

Low Nightshade – Solanum humile (syn. Solanum nigrum f. humile)– very rare ornamental
annual plant (yellow–green fruits) – 30 seeds (2009)

Poroporo, Southern Kangaroo Apple – Solanum laciniatum – tasty rare fruit (can be grown
like annual) – 50 seeds (2012)

Poroporo, Southern Kangaroo Apple – Solanum laciniatum – tasty rare fruit (can be grown
like annual) – 25 seeds (2015)

Mountain Kangaroo Apple – Solanum linearifolium – tasty rare fruit (can be grown like
annual) – 50 seeds (2012)

Mountain Kangaroo Apple – Solanum linearifolium – tasty rare fruit (can be grown like
annual) – 25 seeds (2015)

Orange Nightshade – Solanum luteum – delicious rare fruit, hardy annual – 20 seeds (2013)

Tropical Eggplant, Gboma Eggplant, Aubergine Gboma, Terong Engkol - Solanum macrocarpon (ex Brazil) - herbaceous perennial which of wild forms originates from the wetter parts of tropical and subtropical Africa, creates large entire leaves and violet flowers with enlarged calyx following into round small apple-size whitish with violet (creamy-yellow when ripe) fruits, which are edible cooked, leaves can be eaten raw, cooked or steamed - 10 seeds (2015)

Black Nightshade – Solanum nigrum – 30 seeds (2009)

Green berry Nightshade, Morelle Verte – Solanum opacum – delicious fruit (annual), rare – 30
seeds (2013)

Yoa, Joá, Joá bravo, Tutiá, Manzanita del monte, Mañiq lqo, Naxaraxanaaq lqo, Pocoto,
Pocotillo – Solanum palinacanthum – rare ornamental, one from the most beautiful Solanums
(Nightshades), large beautiful bright blue and yellow flowers, prickly plant, rarity – 7 fresh
seeds (2013)

Cherry Nightshade, Argentinian Nightshade, Hoe Nightshade – Solanum physalifolium var.
nitidibaccatum – annual ornamental, rarity, tasty fruits eaten in Ethiopia – 15 seeds (2013)

Lulo Comun, Lulo Montanero – Solanum pseudolulo – tasty rare fruit (needs heat to fruit) –
30 seeds (2010)

Lulo, Naranjilla “Baquicha” – Solanum quitoense – variety with smooth (not prickly) stems
and leaves and red delicious fruits (needs heat to fruit) – 20 seeds (2010)

Shrubby Nightshade, Joá Mando, Juá Piloso, Juá Alado, Brazilian Naranjilla – Solanum
robustum "Green-leaved variety"– prickly shrub 0,6–2m (2–7ft) tall with broadly winged
stems and leaf petioles, leaves not silver (like plants escaped in Hawaii) but cashmere–green,
flowers numerous – white and yellow, fruits to 2cm (0,8inch) diameter – hairy, light green and
dark green striped (according one source fruits without seeds are edible in small quantities) –
they have very nice strong aroma (used to making juices and as vegetable), very ornamental
variety native to Brazil, can be grown outside in zone 6 (as annual) and warmer (first ripe
fruits fall down after 9 months from sowing) – package of 15 fresh seeds (2014)

Hairy Nightshade – Solanum sarrachoides – wide annual herb which creates green fruits
(according one source they are edible when fully mature), fruits fall down together with
pedicel, calyx not typical (rather small), closest cousin of Solanum physalifolium var.
nitidibaccatum, rarity – 12 seeds (2014)

Garden Huckleberry – Solanum scabrum (syn. S. melanocerasum) – edible tasty fruit
(annual) – 100 seeds (2010)

African Nightshade, Garden Huckleberry – Solanum cf. scabrum “Yellow–anthered” – rare
variety with yellow anthers (not brown as in typical varieties) and large black, punctate fruits
in 3–6 flowered inflorescences, rarity– 15 seeds (2014)

Seven-lobed Nightshade, Quing Qi - Solanum septemlobum – rare climbing (sub-)shrub frost
hardy (to zone 5/6) to 3-5 meters (10-17 ft) tall, small lobed leaves, lovely purple and yellow
flowers and red inedible fruits, ative to east Asia, rarity, seeds germinate very slowly and
erratic, gradually (often after a few months from sowing), soaking in GA3 (2000 ppm by 24
hours) can help - 30 seeds (2014)

Litchi Tomato – Solanum sisymbriifolium – rare annual tasty fruit – 25 seeds (2010)

Mexican Wild Potato - Solanum stoloniferum (taxonomic Longipedicellata series) - rare delicious tuberous vegetable - brown, small (0,25-1,00 inch = 0,6-2,5 cm diameter) tubers edible after cooking and are pleasant eating, tasting somewhat like a sweet chestnuts, plant about 2,5ft (70cm) tall, numerous white flowers with yellow center, native to Central Mexico - dry areas, from 1,800-3000m (=6000-10000 ft) altitude. potato blight / alternariose resistant, can be hybridized with common potato and other wild potatoes, tubers can survive without protection outside in zones 6 and warmer - 2 seed tubers about 0,6-1,5 cm (0,25-0,60 inch) diameter (2015)

Bura–Bura, Bolo Maka, Coconilla, Cocochat, Pupu, Tupido, Pimpla, Tupirito – Solanum
stramoniifolium – rare edible fruit, annual or perennial spiny tropical shrub (needs heat to
fruit) – 20 fresh seeds (2012)

Weeping Dune Tomato, Kangaroo Apple – Solanum symonii – delicious annual fruit (tropical
perennial), shrub to 2m=7ft tall, numerous large blue–violet flowers and green–white–purple
fruits (with different taste than other Kangaroo Apples) –15 seeds (2013)

Green Kangaroo Apple, Gunyang - Solanum vescum - the fruiting shrub to 1-2 m (= 3-7 ft)
tall, can be grown as annual, but must be sown early, fruits delicious, -yellow-green, break
and fall down when ripe, sow the seeds surface -15 seeds (2015)

Tropical Soda Apple, Juá-bravo - Solanum viarum - very ornamental perennial shrub native to Brazil and Argentina, to 1-2 m (3-7 ft) tall and wide, with very prickly stems and leaves, small white flowers and yellow fruits (green mini watermelon-like when immature), creates underground rhizome suckers, frost hardy to zones 8b and warmer, plant prohibited in numerous countries (mainly tropical and subtropical), scarification or GA3 may improve germination - 15 fresh seeds (2015)

Violet Aubergine, Puncture Eggplant, Talong-na-puti, Talong-pipit, Terong Pipit - Solanum violaceum (unarmed form) - shrub to 2 m (=7ft) tall with 5-7 lobed leaves, blue-purple flowers and orange 1,3cm (0,5 inch) berries, medicinal herb, native to tropical Asia - 12 seeds (2015)

Goldenrod – Solidago virgaurea – delicious tea substitute (dried capitulums or leaves),
medicinal herb (among others: anthelmintic, antifungal, antirheumatic, antiseptic, aromatic,
diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, hypoglycaemic, stimulant), perennial to 0,6m=2ft tall, frost
hardy to zone 5 – 30 seeds (2013)

Dindle, Field Milk Thistle, Tree Sow Thistle – Sonchus arvensis – rare vegetable (delicious
young leaves eaten raw or cooked, peeled young stems, and young rhizomes), coffee
substitute (roasted roots) – 25 seeds (2013)

Sow Thistle – Sonchus oleraceus – rare tasty leaf and root vegetable – 100 seeds (2013)

European Bur–reed – Sparganium emersum – aquatic ornamental – 50 seeds (2012)

Bur Reed – Sparganium erectum – rare aquatic root vegetable – 100 seeds (2012)

Marsh Woundwort – Stachys palustris – tasty, tuber, rare vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)

Stiff Hedgenettle, Perennial Yellow Woundwort - Stachys recta - hardy (to zone 6) perennial, Tibetan vegetable (raw leaves) called there "Bya pho rtse", seeds scarce - 12 seeds (2015)

Asparagus Pea – Tetragonolobus purpureus – annual vegetable (young winged pods) and
ornamental plant (large red flowers) – 25 seeds (2011)

Greater Meadow Rue – Thalictrum aquilegiifolium – ornamental perennial 1,5 m (5 ft) high,
frost hardy to zone 6 – 50 seeds (2013)

Yellow Meadow Rue - Thalictrum flavum - hardy (to zone 5/6) ornamental perennial to about 1,5-1,8m (=5-6 ft) tall, likes moist or wet soils - 25 seeds (2015)

Goldencreeper, Red Hailstone, Manchu Tubergourd – Thladiantha dubia – rare edible
delicious fruits, frost hardy (zone 6) perennial tuberous climber to 6m (=20ft) long – 20 seeds
(2014)

Pennycress – Thlaspi arvense – rare condiment ( garlic like taste) and to dry bouquets – 100
seeds (2012)

Cotswold Pennycress, Perfoliate Pennycress – Thlaspi perfoliatum – leaf vegetable (taste like
mustard with a hint of onion), edible seeds (mustard substitute or sprouted and eaten
raw) – 100 seeds (2013)

Hungarian Thyme, Eurasian Thyme – Thymus kosteleckyanus (syn. Thymus pannonicus pro
parte) – aromatic spice and tea plant (frost hardy to zone 6b and warmer) – 20 seeds
(2013)

Savory-Scented Thyme – Thymus marschallianus (syn. Thymus pannonicus pro parte) –
aromatic spice and tea plant (frost hardy to zone 6b and warmer) – 25 seeds (2013)

Japanese Hedge Parsley, Upright Hedge Parsley, Erect Hedgeparsley – Torilis japonica – rare
root and leaf vegetable, also medicinal biennial plant – 100 seeds (2013)

Wild Yellow Salsify, Fistulous Goat's–beard, Greater Sand Goat's–beard – Tragopogon dubius
subsp. majus – rare tasty root vegetable, very ornamental – 50 seeds (2013)

Salsify – Tragopogon porrifolius – rare root vegetable – 20 seeds (2011)

Wild Yellow Salsify, Meadow Salsify, Showy Goat's–beard, Yellow Goat's–beard, Lesser
Goat's–beard – Tragopogon pratensis – rare tasty root vegetable, very ornamental – 30 seeds
(2013)

Strawberry Clover – Trifolium fragiferum – lovely perennial with odd inflated seed–heads,
good bee plant – 200 pods with 200–400 fresh seeds inside – (2014)

Sweet Trefoil – Trigonella caerulea – rare aromatic spice and Chinense tea plant (dried
leaves) – 20 seeds (2010)

Coltsfoot, Ass's foot, Bull's foot, Butterbur, Coughwort, Farfara, Foal's foot, Foalswort, Horse
Foot, Winter heliotrope – Tussilago farfara – rare vegetable (flower stalks and leaves), tea
substitute (fresh or dried leaves and flowers) and candy (candied young rhizomes) – 100 seeds
(2013)

Southern Star, Blue–flowered Milkweed, Blue Star – Tweedia caerulea (syn. Oxypetalum
caeruleum, Amblypetalum caeruleum) – very ornamental climber (numerous beautiful blue
flowers) – 10 seeds (2015)

Nettle Tree, Chichaste, Ortiga - Urera baccifera - delicious edible berries - rare pachycaul
spinose caulicarpic shrub (burns not very much - similar as common nettle), monoecious, very
resistant to drought, easy to growing, needs some direct sunlight, white berries are edible and
very delicious, plant can fruit within 1-1,5 year from seeds - 8 whole dried fruits (each fruit
has 1 seed inside) (2015)

Entire-leaved Roman Nettle – Urtica dodartii – rare annual ornamental – 6 seeds (2013)

Ongaonga, Tree Nettle, Taraonga, Taraongaonga, Okaoka - Urtica ferox - shrub to 3m (=10ft) tall, armed with large stinging spines that can result in a painful sting that lasts several days, native to New Zealand, medicinal and edible (the inner bark eaten raw or cooked and has sweet flavour) plant, GA3 can speed and increase germination, sow surface - 30 seeds (2015)

Fen Nettle, Stingless Nettle - Urtica galeopsifolia - rare perennial, unusual vegetable (leaves
and young shoots – raw or cooked), perennial about 2m tall, leaves and tops of shoots have
not stinging hairs, resistant to water flooding and severe frosts (zone 4/5), may need cold
stratification, sow surface – 25 fresh seeds (2015)

Roman Nettle - Urtica pilulifera - annual vegetable (delicious young leaves - cooked and used as a potherb), nettle beer is brewed from the young shoots, oily plant (edible oil pressed from seeds), also medicinal, fibre, dye plant and repellent insect pests - 10 seeds (2015)

Wild Corn Salad, Wild Lamb’s Lettuce – Valerianella locusta – leaf vegetable – 50 seeds
(2014)

Vervain – Verbena officinalis – rare spice (roots used as condiment to lacto–fermented
cucumbers), tea substitute and medicinal perennial (zones 4 and warmer) – 2000 seeds (2011)

Tall Speedwell – Veronica longifolia – ornamental perennial (zones 4 and warmer), rare
vegetable (tasty young shoots) – 100 seeds (2013)

Tiny Vetch, Hairy Vetch, Hairy Tare, Tare Vetch, Tyne Grass – Vicia hirsuta – rare leguminous
vegetable (tasty boiled seeds used like lentils) – 100 seeds (2013)

Moth Bean, Mat Bean, Turkish Gram, Maṭki – Vigna aconitifolia (syn. Phaseolus
aconitifolius) – tasty rare Asiatic legume vegetable (edible mature seeds and sprouts), drought
resistant, original deeply palmate divided leaves – package 200 seeds (2011)

Ripply Cocklebur, Ripary Cockleburs – Xanthium albinum subsp. riparium – medicinal,
poisonous and ornamental aromatic plant – 15 large seeds (2013)

Japanese Pepper Tree - Zanthoxylum piperitum – shrub to 2m (=7ft) tall , fruits – condiment
(pepper substitute), aromatic leaves are edible, very frost hardy (to zones 5) – 10 fresh seeds
(2015)

Mini Gherkin – Zehneria scabra (= Melothria scabra) – rare edible tasty fruit climber and
medicinal plant – 25 seeds (2012)

Peruvian Zinnia – Zinnia peruviana – annual ornamental plant (lovely red flowers) to 0,6–1,0m
(2–3ft) tall – 10 seeds (2013)

(on the photo there are almost ripe fruits of Solanum palinacanthum)
5/6 and warmer
Seed For Trade & Wanted For Exchange
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Have:
Smoke Signals Popcorn
Dakota Black Popcorn
Japanese Hulless Popcorn
Reids Field Corn

Austrian Winter Peas
Buckwheat
Hard Red Winter Wheat Dwarf
Hairy Vetch

Yellow Squash
Jade Green Beans
Top Crop Green Beans


Wanted:
Painted Mountain Corn
Heirloom Popcorn
Emmer Wheat 20-200lbs
Einkorn Wheat 20-200lbs
Cowpeas (Other Than Red Ripper)
Want to Trade For Exchange
OFFER: Milkweed Pods, Black Beauty Zucchini, Early Prolific yellow straightneck Squash, yellow crookneck Squash, Sungold hybrid Tomato, Ensalada Tomato, Freckles Romaine Lettuce, Coriander, Teddy Bear Sunflower, Bunny Tails Grass (Lagurus Ovatus), Mixed variety Lettuce.
Fig scions: Desert King, Neveralla, Green Ischia (dormant in refrigerator).

WANT: Okra - Annie Oakley, Cowhorn, Zeebest,
Burmese, LGV.
Eggplant - Ping Tung, Thai family seeds.
Mangel - Mammoth Red.
300+ Tomatoes, Peppers, etc. For Exchange
I have over 300 tomato and pepper varieties of all colours - I would be happy to exchange some.
Jerusalem Artichoke tubers For Exchange
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I would love to trade some sun chokes for blue or purple organic seed potatoes if anyone has extras.
Let's Trade: My WANT list; My OFFER seeds For Exchange
WANT: CARROTS - especially Nantes, Danvers Half Long, Imperator types and Romance.

BEETS - Cylindra, Golden, Detroit Dark Red, Early Wonder.

MANGELS-

OFFER: 200 Milkweed (see pic), 10 Black Beauty Zucchini, 10 Early Prolific yellow straightneck Squash, 10 yellow crookneck Squash, 10 Sungold hybrid Tomato, 10 Ensalada Tomato, 20 Freckles Romaine Lettuce, 30 Coriander, 5 Teddy Bear Sunflower, 10 Bunny Tails Grass (Lagurus Ovatus), 35 Mixed variety Lettuce.
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looking to trade in other countries For Exchange
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Looking for unique varieties outside of the U.S. I have many herbs, vegetables and flowers to trade. Thank you.
Trading List and Wanted For Exchange, For Sale
Here's what I have at the moment to trade with or sell
All of the non-starred seeds are hand-harvested, most are tested. Starred are either not mine, or store bought
For more information, see my other ads.

Lettuce:
-Bibb (Boston lettuce) 75-300 seeds
-Arugula 50-200
-Lollo Rosa 50-200
-French mâche 25-75
-salad mix 50-75
-*Spicy mesculin mix 50-75

Herbs:
-Mammoth dill 50-300
-Thai basil 25-50
-Cilantro 75-200
-Sweet basil 25-75
-sage 25-50
-commun thyme 25

Peppers:
-Orange bell pepper 25
-California bell mix 25

Broccoli and kin:
-Broccoli di Cicco 50-75
-Cauliflower Early Snowball 50-75

Other:
-nasturtium- brightly mixed <25
-Dr Rupple Clematis <25
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2016 Trading List- Trade and Sale For Exchange, For Sale
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Here's what I have this year to trade with or sell
All of the non-starred seeds are hand-harvested, most are tested. Starred are either not mine, or store bought
For more information, see my other ads.

Lettuce:
-Bibb (Boston lettuce) 75-300 seeds
-Arugula 50-200
-Lollo Rosa 50-200
-French mâche 25-75
-salad mix 50-75
-*Spicy mesculin mix 50-75

Herbs:
-Mammoth dill 50-300
-Thai basil 25-50
-Cilantro 75-200
-Sweet basil 25-75

Peppers:
-Orange bell pepper 25
-California bell mix 25

Broccoli and kin:
-Broccoli di Cicco 50-75
-Cauliflower Early Snowball 50-75

Other:
-nasturtium- brightly mixed
2016 Trading List- Trade and Sale For Exchange, For Sale
Here's what I have this year to trade with or sell
All of the non-starred seeds are hand-harvested, most are tested. Starred are either not mine, or store bought
For more information, see my other ads.

Lettuce:
-Bibb (Boston lettuce) 75-300 seeds
-Arugula 50-200
-Lollo Rosa 50-200
-French mâche 25-75
-salad mix 50-75
-*Spicy mesculin mix 50-75

Herbs:
-Mammoth dill 50-300
-Thai basil 25-50
-Cilantro 75-200
-Sweet basil 25-75

Peppers:
-Orange bell pepper 25
-California bell mix 25

Broccoli and kin:
-Broccoli di Cicco 50-75
-Cauliflower Early Snowball 50-75

Other:
-nasturtium- brightly mixed
Fresh Trade List for 2016 For Exchange
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Have list:
Sweet peppers:
Édesalma (Sweet Apple)
Gogosar
Gypsy Baron
Kalocsai Édes Fűszerpaprika (For paprika powder)
Krasniy Tolstiak
Marconi Golden
Marconi Purple
Mini Bells Chocolate
Mini Bells Red
Mini Bells Yellow
Paradicsompaprika (Tomato pepper)
Piknik
Sheepnose Pimiento
Szegedi Édes Fűszerpaprika (For paprika powder)
Timoshka
Yummy

Chile:
Lőcsei (letchauer – old hungarian heirloom)
Medusa
Peruvian Purple
Pusa Jwala
Szechouan
Aji Benito
Aji Cito
Aji Umba
Almapaprika (Apple Pepper)
Ancho 101
Ancho Grande
Aurora
Bird's Eye
Cheiro Roxa
Chilito de Simojovel
Chocolate Cherry
Ciliega Picante
Cumari
Espanola Improved
Etna
Explosive Ember
Guajillo
Habanero Bido Tacana Red
Habanero Chocolate
Habanero Mayan Red
Habanero Orange
Habanero Peach
Habanero Red
Habanero White
Hungarian Purple
Hungarian Wax
Jalapeno
Jalapeno Early
Jalapeno Mild
Jalapeno Orange
Jalapeno Purple
Kalocsai Fűszerpaprika Csípős (for paprika powder)
Mulato Isleno
Naga Jolokia
Naga Jolokia Yellow
NuMex Centennial
NuMex R Naky
Pimiento Bicolor
Pimiento Ribeiro do Barro
Prik Kee Noo
Purira
Rooster’s Spur
Thai Bird
Thai yellow
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
Trinidad Scorpion Morovars Yellow
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Chocolate

Tomato:
-         Altaechka
-         Arkansas traveller
-         Aunt Ruby’s German Green
-         Beefsteak
-         Big Rainbow
-         Black cherry
-         Black Krim
-         Black russian
-         Black Seaman
-         Bolivian wild
-         Brad’s Black Heart
-         Brown Berry
-         Chapai
-         Cherokee Green
-         Chile Verde
-         Chocolate berry
-         Chocolate Striped Beefsteak
-         Coastal Pride
-         Copia
-         Costoluto Genovese
-         Cuore di Bue
-         Dagma’s perfection
-         Delicious
-         Dr Carolyn’s white cherry
-         Egg yolk
-         Gold Currant
-         Golden sunrise
-         Great white
-         Green zebra
-         Grub’s Mystery green
-         Ildi
-         Indigo rose
-         Isis candy
-         Jaune Flamme
-         Lemon Drop
-         Lemony
-         Ligaw
-         Matt’s wild cherry
-         Oregon Spring
-         OSU Blue
-         Pink Oxheart
-         Principe Borghese
-         Rebell Yell F7
-         Red cherry
-         Red pear
-         Roma VF
-         Rozovy Miod
-         Striped Cavern
-         Sweet Pea
-         Tagalog
-         Transparent
-         Turkish Striped
-         Voyage (brains)
-         Wapspinicion Peach
-         Wild Peru
-         Wonderlights
-         Yellow pear
-     Amethyst jewel
-     Brin de Muguet
-     Lollipop
Amur Tiger
Bing Cherry
Blue Pitts
Blue Streak
Blue-Green Zebra
Blush
Brown Flesh
Creme Brulee
Florentine Beauty
Helsing Junction
Indigo Apple
Indigo Kumquat
Kljukva v Sakhare
Pink Bumblebee
Purple Dragon
Sunrise Bumblebee
Svart
White Zebra
Wildcard Blues

Corn:
-         Brown sugar
-         Calico pop
-         Crimson Goddess
-         Early Pink
-         Glass gem
-         Hopi Blue
-         Hopi Greasy Head
-         Oaxacan Green
-         Red Dragon
-         Red Flint
-         Strawberry
Glass Gem

Asian vegetables :
-         Chinese cabbage
-         Gobo ( Arctium lappa , japanese burdock)
-         Mizuna
-         Mizuna lime streaked
-         Mizuna red
-         Pak choy
-         Shungiku (edible chrisantemum)
-         Thai mustard leaves ’Kai choi’
Malabar spinach
Perilla Green
Perilla Red
Perilla Korean
Perilla Vietnamese
Yomogi (Artemisia princeps)
Toraji (Platycodon grandiflorus) , edible ballonflower

Amaranth:
-         Alegria
-         Giant orange
-         Greek Purple
-         Lotus purple
-         Love Lies Bleeding
-         Oeschberg
Molten Fire
Celosia Huge Brains
Celosia Mano de Obispo

Sorghum:
-         Black seeded sweet
Tarahumara Popping
Santa Fe Red

Millet:
-         Japanese millet
-         Fingermillet
-         Pearl millet 'Purple Majesty'

Eggplants:
-         Black Beauty
-         Casper
-         Chaopraya
-         Golden eggs
-         Melanzana Prosperosa
-         Melanzana Viserba
-         Moro rotondo
-         Red ruffled
-         Rosa Bianca Sfumata
-         Thai green round
-         Thai long green
-         Thai White Ribbed
Arap
Japanese Little

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

Cucumbers:
-         Cucumis anguria
-         Cucumis anguria ’Liso Calcutta’
-         Cucumis callosus
-         Cucumis zambianus
-         Kiwano (Cucumis metuliferus)
-         Armenian Yard Long cucumber

Pumpkins:
Dill's Atlantic Giant
Sweet Dumpling
Seminole
Galeux d'Eyesines
Vitaminnaya
Tennessee Dancing Gourd

Other vegetables:
-         Okra ’Burgundy red’
-         Okra ’Jing orange’
-         Tigernuts, Chufa (Cyperus esculentus)
Devil's Claw Tohono O'Odham (proboscidea)
Pink Peanut
Black Peanut

Ground cherries and other Solanaceae:
-         Aunt Molly’s ground cherry (Physalis pruinosa)
-         Garden huckleberry (Solanum melanocerasum)
-         Ground cherry (Physalis peruviana)
-         Physalis viscosa
-         Purple tomatillo (Phisalis ixocarpa)
-         Tomatillo Toma Verde (Phisalis ixocarpa)
-         Tomatillo Rio Grande verde (Phisalis ixocarpa)
-         Wonderberry (Solanum x Burbankii)
Ashwaganda (Withania somnifera)

Herbs:
-         Agastache foeniculum
-         Artemisia absinthium
-         Calamintha nepeta
-         Calendula officinalis
-         Cymbopogon citratus
-         Cymbopogon martinii
-         Echinacea purpurea
-         Mentha suaveolens
-         Monarda citriodora
-         Nepeta cataria
-         Ocimum basalicum ’Iranian green’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Iranian purple-green’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Italian large leaf’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Licorice scented’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Lime scented’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’New Guinea’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Pineapple scented’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Pistou’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Rosie’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Thai red holy basil’
-         Oenothera biennis
Asclepias syriaca

Fruits and trees:
-         Bixa orellana
-         Bombax ceiba
-         Chaenomeles japonica
-         Passiflora edulis
-         Passiflora ligularis
-         Prunus cerasifera
-         Prunus spinosa
-         Rosa cannina
-    Annona cherimola    
-    Annona squamosa    
-    Empetrum nigrum     
-    Rubus chamaemorus
-    Rubus reflexus  
-    Rubus saxatilis
Maclura pomifera
Fresh Trade List for 2016 For Exchange
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Sweet peppers:
Édesalma (Sweet Apple)
Gogosar
Gypsy Baron
Kalocsai Édes Fűszerpaprika (For paprika powder)
Krasniy Tolstiak
Marconi Golden
Marconi Purple
Mini Bells Chocolate
Mini Bells Red
Mini Bells Yellow
Paradicsompaprika (Tomato pepper)
Piknik
Sheepnose Pimiento
Szegedi Édes Fűszerpaprika (For paprika powder)
Timoshka
Yummy

Chile:
Lőcsei (letchauer – old hungarian heirloom)
Medusa
Peruvian Purple
Pusa Jwala
Szechouan
Aji Benito
Aji Cito
Aji Umba
Almapaprika (Apple Pepper)
Ancho 101
Ancho Grande
Aurora
Bird's Eye
Cheiro Roxa
Chilito de Simojovel
Chocolate Cherry
Ciliega Picante
Cumari
Espanola Improved
Etna
Explosive Ember
Guajillo
Habanero Bido Tacana Red
Habanero Chocolate
Habanero Mayan Red
Habanero Orange
Habanero Peach
Habanero Red
Habanero White
Hungarian Purple
Hungarian Wax
Jalapeno
Jalapeno Early
Jalapeno Mild
Jalapeno Orange
Jalapeno Purple
Kalocsai Fűszerpaprika Csípős (for paprika powder)
Mulato Isleno
Naga Jolokia
Naga Jolokia Yellow
NuMex Centennial
NuMex R Naky
Pimiento Bicolor
Pimiento Ribeiro do Barro
Prik Kee Noo
Purira
Rooster’s Spur
Thai Bird
Thai yellow
Trinidad Scorpion Butch T
Trinidad Scorpion Morovars Yellow
Trinidad Scorpion Moruga Chocolate

Tomato:
-         Altaechka
-         Arkansas traveller
-         Aunt Ruby’s German Green
-         Beefsteak
-         Big Rainbow
-         Black cherry
-         Black Krim
-         Black russian
-         Black Seaman
-         Bolivian wild
-         Brad’s Black Heart
-         Brown Berry
-         Chapai
-         Cherokee Green
-         Chile Verde
-         Chocolate berry
-         Chocolate Striped Beefsteak
-         Coastal Pride
-         Copia
-         Costoluto Genovese
-         Cuore di Bue
-         Dagma’s perfection
-         Delicious
-         Dr Carolyn’s white cherry
-         Egg yolk
-         Gold Currant
-         Golden sunrise
-         Great white
-         Green zebra
-         Grub’s Mystery green
-         Ildi
-         Indigo rose
-         Isis candy
-         Jaune Flamme
-         Lemon Drop
-         Lemony
-         Ligaw
-         Matt’s wild cherry
-         Oregon Spring
-         OSU Blue
-         Pink Oxheart
-         Principe Borghese
-         Rebell Yell F7
-         Red cherry
-         Red pear
-         Roma VF
-         Rozovy Miod
-         Striped Cavern
-         Sweet Pea
-         Tagalog
-         Transparent
-         Turkish Striped
-         Voyage (brains)
-         Wapspinicion Peach
-         Wild Peru
-         Wonderlights
-         Yellow pear
-     Amethyst jewel
-     Brin de Muguet
-     Lollipop
Amur Tiger
Bing Cherry
Blue Pitts
Blue Streak
Blue-Green Zebra
Blush
Brown Flesh
Creme Brulee
Florentine Beauty
Helsing Junction
Indigo Apple
Indigo Kumquat
Kljukva v Sakhare
Pink Bumblebee
Purple Dragon
Sunrise Bumblebee
Svart
White Zebra
Wildcard Blues

Corn:
-         Brown sugar
-         Calico pop
-         Crimson Goddess
-         Early Pink
-         Glass gem
-         Hopi Blue
-         Hopi Greasy Head
-         Oaxacan Green
-         Red Dragon
-         Red Flint
-         Strawberry
Glass Gem

Asian vegetables :
-         Chinese cabbage
-         Gobo ( Arctium lappa , japanese burdock)
-         Mizuna
-         Mizuna lime streaked
-         Mizuna red
-         Pak choy
-         Shungiku (edible chrisantemum)
-         Thai mustard leaves ’Kai choi’
Malabar spinach
Perilla Green
Perilla Red
Perilla Korean
Perilla Vietnamese
Yomogi (Artemisia princeps)
Toraji (Platycodon grandiflorus) , edible ballonflower

Amaranth:
-         Alegria
-         Giant orange
-         Greek Purple
-         Lotus purple
-         Love Lies Bleeding
-         Oeschberg
Molten Fire
Celosia Huge Brains
Celosia Mano de Obispo

Sorghum:
-         Black seeded sweet
Tarahumara Popping
Santa Fe Red

Millet:
-         Japanese millet
-         Fingermillet
-         Pearl millet 'Purple Majesty'

Eggplants:
-         Black Beauty
-         Casper
-         Chaopraya
-         Golden eggs
-         Melanzana Prosperosa
-         Melanzana Viserba
-         Moro rotondo
-         Red ruffled
-         Rosa Bianca Sfumata
-         Thai green round
-         Thai long green
-         Thai White Ribbed
Arap
Japanese Little

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

Cucumbers:
-         Cucumis anguria
-         Cucumis anguria ’Liso Calcutta’
-         Cucumis callosus
-         Cucumis zambianus
-         Kiwano (Cucumis metuliferus)
-         Armenian Yard Long cucumber

Pumpkins:
Dill's Atlantic Giant
Sweet Dumpling
Seminole
Galeux d'Eyesines
Vitaminnaya
Tennessee Dancing Gourd

Other vegetables:
-         Okra ’Burgundy red’
-         Okra ’Jing orange’
-         Tigernuts, Chufa (Cyperus esculentus)
Devil's Claw Tohono O'Odham (proboscidea)
Pink Peanut
Black Peanut

Ground cherries and other Solanaceae:
-         Aunt Molly’s ground cherry (Physalis pruinosa)
-         Garden huckleberry (Solanum melanocerasum)
-         Ground cherry (Physalis peruviana)
-         Physalis viscosa
-         Purple tomatillo (Phisalis ixocarpa)
-         Tomatillo Toma Verde (Phisalis ixocarpa)
-         Tomatillo Rio Grande verde (Phisalis ixocarpa)
-         Wonderberry (Solanum x Burbankii)
Ashwaganda (Withania somnifera)

Herbs:
-         Agastache foeniculum
-         Artemisia absinthium
-         Calamintha nepeta
-         Calendula officinalis
-         Cymbopogon citratus
-         Cymbopogon martinii
-         Echinacea purpurea
-         Mentha suaveolens
-         Monarda citriodora
-         Nepeta cataria
-         Ocimum basalicum ’Iranian green’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Iranian purple-green’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Italian large leaf’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Licorice scented’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Lime scented’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’New Guinea’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Pineapple scented’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Pistou’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Rosie’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Thai red holy basil’
-         Oenothera biennis
Asclepias syriaca

Fruits and trees:
-         Bixa orellana
-         Bombax ceiba
-         Chaenomeles japonica
-         Passiflora edulis
-         Passiflora ligularis
-         Prunus cerasifera
-         Prunus spinosa
-         Rosa cannina
-    Annona cherimola    
-    Annona squamosa    
-    Empetrum nigrum     
-    Rubus chamaemorus
-    Rubus reflexus  
-    Rubus saxatilis
Maclura pomifera
Carolina Reaper Pepper For Exchange
Hottest pepper in the World! I use gloves when handling the plant or seeds. Easy to grow. Seeds were harvested fall, 2015.

I'm looking for rare varieties of vegetables, flowers or herbs.
**TOMATOES*** For Exchange
I have the following varieties for exchange!

Chocolate Stripe tomatoes
Chocolate Cherry Tomatoes
Black Krim Tomatoes
Roma Tomatoes
Mr Stripey Tomato
Rutger Tomatoes
Homestead Tomatoes
Large Red Cherry Tomatoes
Marketmore Cucumber
Tobasco Peppers
Cayenne Peppers
Red Bell Peppers
Pepperoconi Peppers
orange Bell Peppers
Crookneck Squash
Trade list For Exchange
I have the following to trade. Let me know what you have. Thanks.

Vegetables:
Long melon,
Winter melon,
Short bok Choy,
Choy sum,
Polebean,
Basil,
Collard green,
Russian kale

Flower list:
Cleome,
Calendula,
Hardy hibiscus,
Marigold,
Balloon vine,
Orange trumpet vine,
Zinnia,
Carleton runner beans,
White obedient plant,
Rose of Sharon,
Sunflower,
Datura,
Four o'clock,
Coleus
Updated trade list For Exchange
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Fruit
Current - red (t)
Melon - from Chinese market (t)
Melon - from farmers market (t)
Melon - Iroquois (c)
Melon - Santa Claus (t)
Nectarine - free stone (h)
Raspberry - black cap (t)
Raspberry - harmony (t)

Flower
Annual cut flower mix (c)
Bush morning glory (w)
Forget-me-not (c)
Passaflora incarnata (t)
Sunflower - common (w)
Sunflower - giras of mamoth (t) limited


Root
Carrot - mix (c)
Onion - mix red, white, yellow (c)
Onion - sweet Spanish Utah strain (c)
Radish - mixed (c)
Radish - Nero tondo d'inverna (black) (t)
Turnip - purple top white globe (c)

Other
Ameranth - Chinese bicolor (t)
Arugula (t)
Bean - Turkey craw (t) limited
Brussels sprouts - long island (t)
Cabbage - bok choy (t)
Cabbage - pak choi (t)
Chard - Chinese (t)
Collards - Georgia (t)
Collards - vates (t)
Ground cherry (t) limited
Kale (t)
Kohlrabi - early purple Vienna (t) limited
Mustard (t)
Mustard - Florida broadleaf (t)
Mustard - tendergreen and spinach mix (t)
Okra - country hill (t) limited
Pea - purplehull top pick pinkeye (t)
Radicchio - palla rossa (t)
Rocket (t)
Salad - mix (c)
Scallion - mixed (t)

Herb
Anise (c)
Basil - cinnamon (t)
Basil - fine leaf (t)
Basil - Italian (t)
Basil - lettuce leaf (t)
Basil - mixed/cross pollinated (sweet, Thai, dark purple opal) (h)
Bladder champion (t)
Caraway (t)
Chamomile (h)
Chervil (t)
Chives - common (c)
Cilantro (t)
Fennel - Florence (c)
Golden rod (t) limited
Hyssop (c)
Mullein (t)
Mustard - black herb type (t)
Parsley - curled (t)
Parsley - single (c)
Self heal (t)
Thyme - common (c)

Squash/gourd/pumpkin
Gourd - birdhouse (t) limited
Gourd - buffalo (w)
Squash - blue Hubbard (t) limited
Squash - buttercup (t) limited
Squash - butterkin (t) limited
Squash - butternut (t) limited
Squash - carnival (t) limited
Squash - delicata (t) limited
Squash - red Hubbard (t) limited

Tomato
Tomato - black krim (t) limited
Tomato - blend (c)
Tomato - costuleto fiorentino (t) limited
Tomato - cuor de bue (t) limited
Tomato - pantano romanesco (t)
Tomato - pink ice (c)
Tomato - red cherry (c)

Pepper
Pepper - bell mix sweet (c)
Pepper - cherry bomb (t) limited
Pepper - cigaretta lombardo (t) limited
Pepper - hot blaze of glory mix (c)

Plants/cuttings
Narrow leaf yucca
Chocolate mint cuttings limited
Rosemary cuttings limited
2 avocado seedlings
Free stone nectarine cuttings
Purple lilac cuttings
Peach leaf willow cuttings
trade For Exchange
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I have a some poppy seeds (papaver soniferum). I would really like to trade for pole green beans,eucalyptus,comfrey or any non hybrid vegetable seeds.
Gourd Seeds ( Curassao] Bitter Gourd For Exchange
This one seed produced a vine that was thirty foot long and grew up a fence post into a small tree. It produced eight very big gourds full of seeds, this gourd is very good when used in stir fry. I have so many seeds from these gourds want to trade for other squash or peppers.
Zones 5 through 9
Scirpidiella's Seeds For Sale
Seeds of rare plants (often unusual vegetables and fruits)- about 200 species (in order of latin names):
Bishop's Goutweed – Aegopodium podagraria – rare vegetable – 200 seeds (harvested in 2014)
Garlic Mustard – Alliaria petiolata – rare biennial vegetable (edible leaves with mild taste of garlic – raw, roots – substitute of wasabi – when dried and grind these roots have really taste of wasabi, seeds – used to make delicious mustard), very frost hardy (to zone 5) – 100 seeds (2015)
Wild Garlic – Allium oleraceum – rare spice (leaves, bulbs and bulblets) – 100 seeds (2012)
Tree Onions, Topsetting Onions, Walking Onions, Egyptian Onions – Allium × proliferum – delicious vegetable (aerial bulbils, underground bulbs, and leaves with onion like taste – used as flavouring or to pickles), also odd ornamental plant – 4 aerial bulbils (2014)
Althaea cannabina – Hemp–leaved Marshmallow – ornamental perennial (zone 4 and warmer) to 6 ft high – 50 seeds (2013)
White Amaranth, White Pigweed, Tumble Pigweed, Tumbleweed, Pigweed Amaranth, Prostrate Pigweed – Amaranthus albus – annual to 0,7m (2,5ft) tall, rare vegetable (delicious cooked leaves and young plants, and seeds) – 25 seeds (2013)
Green Amaranth– Amaranthus chlorostachys – rare vegetable and cereal 100 seeds (2012)
Wild Angelica, Woodland Angelica, Ground Ash, Holy Ghost – Angelica sylvestris – rare vegetable (raw or cooked leaves, young shoots and stems), sweetmeat (candied stem and leafstalks), and condiment in confections and pastries (seeds), also medicinal plant – biennial plant (frost hardy to zone 5) – 100 seeds (2013)
Garden Chervil, French Parsley – Anthriscus cerefolium – rare biennial vegetable (leaves with mild anise–like taste – raw or cooked, flowers – raw and young roots – raw or cooked) to 0,5m (=2ft) tall – 100 seeds (2014)
Wild Chervil – Anthriscus sylvestris – rare perennial vegetable (delicious young shoots in May) – 200 seeds (2015)
Hastate Orach – Atriplex hastata – rare vegetable 50 seeds (2011)
Yellow-leaf Orach – Atriplex hortensis var. lutea – annual plant to 1,8m (6ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6, very delicious vegetable (blanched young shoots and leaves and cooked seeds), also medicinal plant (antirheumatic, diuretic), very ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)
Hoary Orach – Atriplex nitens – unusual vegetable (delicious blanched young shoots, leaves and cooked seeds) – 250 seeds (2012)
Small-flowered Winter Cress – Barbarea stricta – biennial or perennial leaf vegetable to 1m (=3 ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6, very delicious young leaves (especially in early spring) and flowers – 50 seeds (2014)
Nodding Beggartick, Nodding Bur–marigold – Bidens cernua – annual ornamental 30–100cm (=1–3ft) tall, wonderful yellow hanging flowers, loves moist or wet soil, stratify seeds – 50 seeds (2014)
Beggar Ticks, Devil's Beggartick – Bidens frondosa – annual plant to 1,5m (=5ft) tall, rare vegetable (young leaves and shoots – cooked) – 50 seeds (2014)
Burr Marigold, Threelobe Beggarticks – Bidens tripartita – annual to 1,2m (=4ft) tall, rare vegetable (young leaves in early summer – cooked) – 50 seeds (2014)
Kozo – Broussonetia kazinoki – deciduous Asiatic shrub to 5 m (17ft) tall, but commonly smaller,frost hardy to zone 6, monoecious, creates (in July) edible delicious orange-red mulbery-like fruits, seeds of open pollinated plants (they can be hybrid because near grows also B. papyrifera), need cold stratification – 15 seeds (2015)
White Bryony, English Mandrake, Wild Vine, Wild Hops, Wild Nep, Ladies' Seal, Tetterbury, Snakeweed, Devil's Turnip, Bastard Turnip – Bryonia alba – frost hardy (to zone 6) perennial climber to 4m(=14ft) tall, thick tuberous roots were been used to falsify the carved dolls called "Homunculus" (= little Homo, originally made from Mandragora roots), also medicinal and poisonous plant – 20 seeds (2013)
Bunias orientalis – Turkish Rocket – rare delicious vegetable (young shoots better than asparagus – raw or cooked) – 100 seeds (2014)
Rampion Bellflower, Creeping Bellflower – Campanula rapunculoides – rare perennial root vegetable (thick, white, carrot like roots with mild sweet taste) – 150 seeds (2012)
Rampion Bellflower, Rampion – Campanula rapunculus – rare biennial vegetable to 1m (=3ft) tall, thick roots and leaves are edible (raw or cooked), name “rapunculus” is a diminutive of the Latin “rapa” (turnip) and means "little turnip" – 100 small seeds (2013)
Chili Pepper – Capsicum annuum “Royal Black” – rare variety with black leaves and immature fruits, ripe fruits are bright red, very hot – 20 seeds (2013)
Hot Chili Pepper – Capsicum baccatum var. pendulum “Criolla Sella” – 25 seeds (2013)
Cumari – Capsicum praetermissum – rare perennial, pea–size red fruits, extremely hot, with very pleasant aroma, also very ornamental – 10 seeds (2013)
Hoary Cress, Perennial Peppergrass – Cardaria draba – rare vegetable (leaves raw or cooked) and spice (seeds as pepper substitute), hardy perennial (zones 6 and warmer) – 25 seeds (2014)
Spice Cow Chervil – Chaerophyllum aromaticum – rare spice plant (aromatic leaves and seeds) – 50 seeds (2013)
Golden Chervil – Chaerophyllum aureum – rare spice (aromatic leaves) – 50 seeds (2013)
Tuberous Chervil, Turnip–Rooted Chervil – Chaerophyllum bulbosum – tasty edible rare root vegetable – 1000 fresh seeds, new seeds – August 2014 (2014)
Fat Hen – Chenopodium album – unknown rare vegetable (blanched leaves) and corn (quinoa cousin) – 1000 seeds (2012)
Jerusalem–tea, Epazote – Chenopodium ambrosioides – rare aromatic (aroma similar to Wild Rosemary – Ledum) spice and tea perennial, old medicinal herb – 100 seeds (2010)
Sea Foam Flower, Wormseed – Chenopodium aristatum – rare ornamental annual plant – 25 seeds (2010)
Good King Henry – Chenopodium bonus–henricus – rare tasty vegetable (young shoots, leaves and inflorescences) – 35 seeds (2012)
Fig-Leaved Goosefoot – Chenopodium ficifolium – rare vegetable (tasty blanched young shoots, leaves and young inflorescences), condiment (roasted seeds used like sesame), annual plant to 1m (3ft) high, rare – 25 seeds (2013)
Oak-Leaved Goosefoot – Chenopodium glaucum – rare leaf vegetable – 200 seeds (2011)
Naked Weed, Rush Skeletonweed, Gum Succory, Devil's Grass, Hogbite – Chondrilla juncea – rare tasty French salad vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)
Creeping Thistle, Lettuce From Hell Thistle – Cirisum arvense – rare vegetable (young shoots and leaves, peeled young stems, and young rhizomes), formerly young shoots were lacto–fermented (like cabbage) in Central Europe – 30 seeds (2013)
Queen Anne's Thistle – Cirisum canum – rare tuber and leaf vegetable – 30 seeds (2011)
Cabbage Thistle – Cirsium oleraceum – perennial to 1,8m (=6ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5, unknown vegetable (cooked young leaves and thick rhizomes), also good bee and butterfly plant, likes wet or moist (but not acid) soils – 15 seeds (2014)
Plume Thistle, Brook Thistle – Cirsium rivulare – rare leaf vegetable and ornamental – 30 seeds (2013)
Bull Thistle, Scotch Thistle – Cirsium vulgare – rare, biennial, delicious root vegetable (huge, thick taproots delicious when cooked) – 20 seeds (2014)
Dang Shen, Poor Man's Ginseng – Codonopsis pilosula – rare root vegetable and medicinal plant, dense ornamental perennial climber to 1,7m (6ft) high – 20 seeds (2012)
Orange Bladder Senna – Colutea x media – deciduous shrub to 2,5–3m (=8–11ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6, drought–tolerant hybrid, creates numerous orange–brown flowers and inflated pods, very ornamental, easy from seeds – 50 fresh seeds (2013)
Canada Fleabane, Canadian Horseweed – Conyza canadensis – annual to 1m (3ft) tall, rare vegetable – young shoots (cooked) have pungent flavour similar to onion – 100 seeds (2014)
Scarlet Hawthorn – Crataegus cf. coccinea – deciduous shrub to 7m (23ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5, delicious succulent large fruits – 30 seeds (2013)
Lindman's Hawthorn, Calycine Hawthorn – Crataegus rhipidophylla subsp. lindmanii – fruit shrub to 5m (17ft) tall, fruits tasty, mealy, cylindric, red , large (1,7x1,5cm=0,7x0,6inch) – 20 seeds (2014)
Calycine Hawthorn – Crataegus rhipidophylla subsp. rhipidophylla – fruit shrub or tree to 11m (=36ft) tall, red fruits tasty, mealy, round, large (1,5x1,5cm=0,6x0,6inch) – 20 seeds (2014)
Berry–bearing Catchfly – Cucubalus baccifer – very ornamental (numerous white odd flowers and black fruits) climber 0,6–1,2m (2–4ft) tall, also edible plant (tasty young leaves and shoots – cooked), frost hardy perennial (to zone 6) – 50 seeds (2013)
West Indian Gherkin – Cucumis anguria – rare vegetable fruit (small ovate lightly green cucumbers, very good for pickles) – 50 seeds (2010)
Fig Leaf Gherkin, Fig Leaf Cucumber – Cucumis ficifolius – rare vegetable, fruits 6–7x3–4cm (2,5x1,5inch), not bitter, pale yellow, very juicy, delicious, edible immature and mature, prickly plant (perennial but usually grown as annual), extremely rare plant, seeds scarce – 25 seeds (2013)
Sikkim Cucumber – Cucumis sativus var. sikkimensis – huge tasty fruits – size 15 x 6 inch (about 40 x 18 cm) – 50 seeds (2010)

Cucurbita argyrosperma – Tennessee Sweet Potato Squash (ornamental large fruits and edible seeds) – 25 seeds (2011)

Blackseed Squash, Chilacayote – Cucurbita ficifolia – rare tasty vegetable (flesh pickled with sugar, cloves and cinnamon resembles unripe coconut) – 25 seeds (2013)

Atlantic Giant Pumpkin – Cucurbita maxima – gigantic edible fruits – 40 seeds (2011)

Pumpkin “Rouge Vif d'Etampes” – Cucurbita maxima – 25 seeds (2012)

Winter Squash “Turks Turban” – Cucurbita maxima – 15 seeds (2012)


Lesser Dodder, Clover Dodder – Cuscuta epithymum – annual parasitic climber to 1m (=3 ft) long, poisonous and medicinal herb (antibilious, antiscorbutic, anticancer, carminative, cholagogue, diuretic, hepatic), also very ornamental (pink flower–heads and red stems) – 25 seeds (2014)

Greater Dodder, Nettle Dodder, European Dodder – Cuscuta europaea – parasitic climber 0,3–1,5m (1–5ft) tall, very ornamental (numerous little pink flowers), Tibetan medicinal herb (a bitter, acrid and sweet taste with a heating potency) and Chinese medicinal (seeds improve immunity, increase blood sugar metabolism), aphrodisiac, renal and a hepatic tonic, also poisonous plant – 50 seeds (2013)

Hop Dodder, Hop–shaped Dodder, Willow Dodder – Cuscuta lupuliformis – parasitic climber 0,5–2,0m (2–7ft) tall, very ornamental (numerous little pink or white flowers), thick stemmed, Chinese medicinal herb (seeds improve immunity, increase blood sugar metabolism), also poisonous plant, rarity – 25 seeds (2013)
Achuqcha – Cyclanthera brachybotrys, syn. C. achocchilla, C. tomentosa – very rare delicious juicy fruit vegetable (fruits edible raw or cooked) – 15 seeds (2012)
Achocha, Achokcha, Caihua– Cyclanthera pedata – rare fruit vegetable – 20 seeds (2010)
Brown Galingale, Brown Flatsedge – Cyperus fuscus – very rare low (to 6 in) but wide (to 2 ft) (rosette form) annual ornamental plant for bog or water garden, needs moist or wet sandy soil, rarity, very ornamental – 200 small fresh seeds (2012)
Dwarf Tamarillo – Cyphomandra abutiloides – tasty rare fruit – 50 seeds (2012)
Suhosine, Janatsi–itsigo, Toon–itsigo – Debregeasia edulis “Elite” – Chinese fruit shrub (nettle cousin, caulicarpic), delicious, sweet and aromatic orange mulberry–like fruits, frost hardy to zone 8 (roots even to 7), creates fruits without pollination – 10 seeds (2014)
Mock Strawberry – Duchesnea indica – very ornamental, edible fruits – 50 seeds (2015)
Autumn Olive – Elaeagnus umbellata – rare edible fruit shrub – 50 seeds (2013)
Finger Millet, Koracan – Eleusine coracana – rare corn and ornamental grass – 100 seeds (2010)
Gray Love Grass, Stink Grass, Snake Grass, Black Grass, Candy Grass – Eragrostis megastachya – rare ornamental annual – 50 seeds (2012)
American Fireweed, American Burnweed – Erechtites hieracifolia – rare delicious vegetable (aromatic leaves and young shoots – raw or cooked), robust annual plant 0,6–2,4m (2–8ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5 – 30 seeds (2013)
Hard Wallflower – Erysimum marschallianum (syn. E. hieraciifolium subsp. durum, E. durum) – extremely rare ornamental biennial herb (frost hardy to zone 5/6), drought resistant, young shoots and leaves of closest cousin (E. hieraciifolium) of this plant were used as cooked vegetable in Nepal, so probably this species is also edible – 100 seeds (2014)
Black Bindweed – Fallopia convolvulus – rare pseudo–cereal (tasty seeds edible when threshed and boiled), poor soil and drought resistant – 50 seeds (2013)
Fern–leaf Dropwort – Filipendula vulgaris – tuberous vegetable perennial to 0,8m (=3 ft) tall, creates dense clumps, tubers aromatic and starchy, very delicious raw and when baked, boiled or (especially) candied, tasty leaves edible raw or cooked, also medicinal plant – 60 fresh seeds (2014)
Green Strawberry, Wild Strawberry – Fragaria viridis (syn. F. collina) – tasty large fruits (original aroma, very different than common Wild Strawberry – F. vesca) – 40 seeds (2014)
Guasca, Mielcilla, Gallant Soldier – Galinsoga parviflora – Andean (and African) annual vegetable (young plants – raw or cooked) and condiment (dried, powdered plants) – 30 seeds (2014)
Chocolate Root – Water Avens – Geum rivale – a rare spice plant, boiled rhizomes used to make very tasty chocolate–like tea – 100 seeds (2013)
Clove Root – Wood Avens – Geum urbanum – rare spice – 100 seeds (2013)
Giant Himalayan Nettle, Nilghiri Nettle – Girardinia cuspidata – rarity edible, medicinal and ornamental annual plant (to 1,5m =5ft high) – 8 seeds (2013)
Northern Girardinia – Girardinia septentrionalis – rare annual stinging plant 0,4m(1,5ft)=1,5m(5ft) tall with very thin ovate large–sinuate–dentate leaves, long stinging hairs and inconspicuous flowers in spicate inflorescences, native to Asia (Korea, China and Russia) – 15 seeds (2012)
Water Manna Grass, Floating Manna Grass, Sweet Grass, Manna Grass, Float Grass, Poland Manna – Glyceria fluitans – heirloom Slavic cereal – 100 fresh seeds (2015)
Marked Glyceria, Plicate Sweet Grass – Glyceria plicata (syn. G. notata) – aquatic perennial 30-80cm (=1-3ft) tall, used as G. fluitans – 50 seeds (2015)
Viscous Baby's–breath – Gypsophila viscosa – annual plant to 0,3m (1 ft), very ornamental (numerous pink flowers) – 25 seeds (2014)
Cultivated Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides “Swedish cultivated variety” – climber about 1,5m (5ft) tall with small pale–green coloured leaves and stems, and tuberous root, hardy to zone (4?)5 and warmer – 30 seeds (2013)
Wild Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides “wild variety” from Caucasus (Georgia) – robust dense climber 2,5–3m (8–10ft) tall (after 2–3 years from seed), leaves dark–green and large, stems redish, hardy to zone 5/6 and warmer – 100 seeds (2014)
Tall Sunflower – Helianthus giganteus – rare root vegetable and ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)
Eltrot, Hogweed – Heracleum sphondylium – rare vegetable (young shoots, leaves) and medicinal plant (roots) – 50 seeds (2013)
Jaltomate Negro, Jaltomato – Jaltomata procumbens, syn. Saracha jaltomata – annual (tropical perennial), tasty black fruits – 100 seeds (2010)
Green Jaltomato, Coscomate, Coscotomate – Jaltomata tlaxcala – annual (tropical perennial), delicious green sweet aromatic fruits, rare – 30 seeds (2013)
Wall–lettuce – Lactuca muralis (syn. Mycelis muralis) – perennial (hardy to zone 4/5) salad vegetable (raw leaves used in mixed salads) to 3ft (=1m) tall, also medicinal and poisonous (in large doses) plant, shade resistant – 30 seeds (2014)
Nipplewort – Lapsana communis – annual delicious vegetable (leaves raw or cooked, flowers – raw, flower–buds pickled as capers) to 1,2m (4 ft) tall – 30 seeds (2014)
Chickling Pea, Grass Pea, Blue Sweet Pea, Indian Pea – Lathyrus sativus – rare legume vegetable and ornamental – 20 seeds (2012)

Earthnut Pea, Tuberous Sweetpea, Marcuson Lathyrus tuberosus – tasty delicious edible tubers (one of the best tasted roots on the world), hardy perennial (zones 6 and warmer) – 30 seeds (2013)

Tree Mallow – Lavatera arborea var. variegata – tree like biennial plant 4–10 ft. (1,2–3 m) tall, white variegated leaves, numerous deep red flowers 2 inch (5 cm) diameter, very ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)

Lavatera, Tree Lavatera – Lavatera thuringiaca – perennial to 1,8m (6ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5/6, rare vegetable (young leaves – raw or cooked, delicious flowers – raw), also fibre plant – 30 seeds (2014)

Narrow Leaved Peppergrass, Roadside Pepperweed – Lepidium ruderale – rare, low (to 1ft = 30cm tall) annual/biennial vegetable: young shoots and leaves (raw or cooked) which have very hot (almost like pepper), pungent and aromatic flavour. Also medicinal herb (hypotensive). Easy to growing – 200 seeds (2013)
Pearl Gromwell, Grummel, European Stoneseed – Lithospermum officinale – tea substitute (called Bohemian or Croatian Tea), medicinal herb (mature seeds are diuretic, lithontripic and oxytocic, infusion of the leaves is sedative, root is depurative, whole herb inhibits the secretion of the pituitary gonadotrophic hormone and possess contraceptive properties), ornamental plant (numerous beautiful seeds) to dry bouquets, perennial (hardy to zone 6) 1m (3ft) tall – 100 seeds (2013)
Rose Campion – Lychnis coronaria – hardy ornamental (purple–magenta flowers on a wooly–white plant) perennial (hardy to zone 6) to 90–120cm (=3–4 ft) tall, formerly the wooly leaves were used as lamp wicks, herb was used in homeopathy (to treatment paralysis, kidney stones), also antiasthmatic, and slightly poisonous in high doses – 50 seeds (2014)
Galápagos Wild Tomato, Tomatillo – Lycopersicon cheesmaniae – rare vegetable (small, pear shaped fruits) – 20 seeds (2010)
Wild Tomato – Lycopersicon humboldtii – robust annual plant to 2m (7ft) tall, tasty cherry sized red fruits – 25 seeds (2013)
Gypsywort – Lycopus europaeus – perennial to 1m (=3ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 4, Chinese vegetable (tuberous tillers in autumn – raw or cooked) – 50 seeds (2014)
High Gypsywort – Lycopus exaltatus – perennial to 1,5m (=5ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6, rare vegetable (delicious tubers in autumn – raw or cooked) – 12 seeds (2014)
Vervain Mallow – Malva alcea – rare ornamental and edible plant – 50 seeds (2014)
High Mallow, Tall Mallow, Common Mallow – Malva sylvestris – rare vegetable (leaves – raw or cooked, flowers – raw), tea substitute, biennial/perennial plant (hardy to zone 5) – 50 seeds (2013)
Japanese Rough Potato – Metaplexis japonica (Milkweed Family – Asclepiadaceae) – rare ornamental climber (to 8m=27ft tall), perennial frost hardy to zone 6, beautiful, showy, pale purple flowers in the second year after sowing (about 15 months to first flowers from seed), also Asiatic vegetable (young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked, young fruits – raw or pickled, roots – cooked), poisonous plant (raw milk sap) – 10 seeds (2013)
Wood Millet – Milium effusum – perennial, shade resistant, rare edible corn – package 500 seeds (2011)
Bitter Gourd, Bitter Melon – Momordica charantia – rare vegetable and ornamental (needs heat)– 10 seeds (2011)
Water Chickweed, Giant Chickweed – Myosoton aquaticum – rare Chinese leaf vegetable – 100 seeds (2014)
Rock Nettle – Nasa triphylla – rare ornamental annual garden plant – 15 seeds (2012)
Wild Catmint – Nepeta cataria – aromatic perennial to 1m=3ft tall, frost hardy to zone 3, delicious herbal tea (with specific aroma resembling something between mint and lemon), condiment – 25 seeds (2013)
Little Bells – Nolana humifusa – rare ornamental annual – 10 seeds (2012)
Wild Parsley – Oenanthe peucedanifolia – hardy perennial (zone 6 and warmer) to 1 m (=3ft) tall, creates tuberous roots (which are edible after processing), also poisonous plant – 20 seeds (2014)
Large–flowered Evening–primrose – Oenothera glazoviana – rare ornamental biennial plant – 150 seeds (2011)
Pale Poppy, Prickly Poppy, Pila Dhatura, Sand–Mohn, Sandmohn – Papaver argemone – medicinal plant (infusion or syrup made from the petals is used as a sudorific), small annual ornamental (bright scarlet red flowers with black spots at the bases of petals), edible seeds, prickly capsule – 200 seeds (2013)
Long–headed Poppy, Blindeyes – Papaver dubium – medicinal plant (infusion or syrup made from the petals is used as a sudorific), edible seeds, annual ornamental (hardy to zone 6) – 200 seeds (2013)
Pellitory–of–the–wall, Lichwort – Parietaria officinalis – tasty rare leaf vegetable (nettle cousin) – 25 seeds (2012)
Crinkled Passionflower, Annual Passionflower – Passiflora gracilis – the only annual Passiflora, very ornamental (beautiful flowers and red fruits) – 10 seeds (2013)
Parsnip – Pastinaca sativa – 50 seeds (2012)
Swedish Ginger, Milk Parsley – Peucedanum palustre (syn. Thyselium palustre) – aromatic roots spice, very frost hardy (zones 6 and warmer) – 30 seeds (2013)
Tuberous Jerusalem Sage – Phlomis tuberosa – rare perennial (frost hardy to zone 6 and warmer) to 1,8 (=6ft) tall, Kalmucks' vegetable (round tubers cutted or grated, dried, roasted and boiled with milk), raw tubers are bitter, also very ornamental plant – 25 seeds (2014)
Camapu, Cutleaf Ground Cherry – Physalis angulata – tasty rare fruit – 30 seeds (2010)

Yellow Nightshade Groundcherry, Thick–leaf Ground–cherry, Desert Ground Cherry – Physalis crassifolia – rare edible fruit perennial (hardy to zone 8a if kept dry), drought resistant – 25 seeds (2013)
Strawberry Tomato – Physalis pruinosa – very tasty rare fruit – 30 seeds (2010)
Smooth Purple Ground Cherry – Physalis subglabrata – large (2 inch=5cm diameter) purple fruits, species similar to Ph. ixocarpa, needs fertile soil, rarity – 25 seeds (2013)
Black Pimpinella Solidstem Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella nigra – rare aromatic spice (roots, leaves and seeds) – 30 seeds (2012)
Southern Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella peregrina (syn. P. taurica) – formerly cultivated in Southern Germany for medicinal (expectorant) roots – 30 seeds (2014)
Pimpinella, Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella saxifraga – rare aromatic spice (roots, leaves and seeds) – 100 seeds (2012)
French Psyllium – Plantago arenaria – rare medicinal plant 1000 seeds (2011)
Eurasian Solomon's seal, Garden Solomon's seal, Multi–flowered Solomon's seal, Ladder–to–heaven, David's–harp – Polygonatum multiflorum (giant variety) – hardy (to zone 4) perennial to 1,8m(=6ft) tall, delicious thick rhizomes were used as Chinese vegetable (they must be boiled or steamed by 5–6 hours), cooked young shoots were eaten in Turkey, also poisonous (berries) and medicinal plant (among others lowers sugar in the blood) – 15 seeds (2013)
Portulaca oleracea – Wild Purslane, Pursley – wild tasty succulent leaf vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)
Golden Purslane – Portulaca sativa – rare succulent leaf vegetable – 50 seeds (2012)
Sweet Unicorn Plant , Devil’s Claws – Proboscidea fragrans – rare vegetable (young fruits), corn (black seeds) and ornamental plant (large bunches of purple flowers and odd beautiful fruits with 2 claws) – 8 seeds (2012)
Sweet Grass, Reflexed Salt Grass – Puccinellia distans (syn. Glyceria distans) – heirloom Indian cereal (tasty grains) – 200 seeds (2014)
Wild Mignonette – Reseda lutea – rare edible (leaves) and ornamental plant – 50 seeds (2011)
Rampion Mignonette, Corn Mignonette – Reseda phyteuma – very rare leaf vegetable – nice honey taste 25 seeds (2013)
Black Jetbead, Jetberry Bush – Rhodotypos scandens – very ornamental, breathtakingly beautiful (white flowers and black fruits) deciduous shrub (size 6x8ft=1,8x2,4m), frost hardy to zone 4a and warmer – 20 seeds (2013)
Yellow Marsh Cress – Rorippa palustris – rare salad vegetable (young leaves, stems and young seedlings) – 40 seeds (2013)
Japanese Wineberry, Wine Raspberry – Rubus phoenicolasius – delicious amber–red fruit, deciduous shrub (frost hardy to zone 6a) – 30 seeds (2013)
Arrow Head – Sagittaria sagittifolia – rare quatic tuber vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)
Sting Lily – Saloa hieroinymi – rare ornamental annual garden plant – 20 seeds (2012)
Pampas Lily of the Valley – Salpichroa origanifolia (Nightshade Family – Solanaceae) – delicious fruit, perennial climber (to 3m=11ft tall), very frost hardy (to zone 6 if thick mulched) – 6 seeds (2013)
Shepherd's Needle, Venus' Comb, Crow Needles – Scandix pecten–veneris – a rare vegetable – 25 seeds (2014)
Little–leaf Angelica, Cambridge Milk–Parsley – Selinum carvifolia – rare lovely ornamental perennial to 0,6–1m (2–3ft) tall, bee plant (deliciously scented white flowers) – 50 seeds (2013)
Broad–leaved Ragwort – Senecio fluviatilis, syn. S. sarracenius – very rare ornamental perennial 0,6–2m (2–7ft) high, very frost hardy – 30 fresh seeds (2012)
Wood Ragwort, Fuchs’ Groundsel – Senecio nemorensis subsp. fuchsii – rare ornamental perennial 0,5–2m (2–7ft) high, hardy (zones 6 and warmer) – 50 fresh seeds (2012)
Fen Ragwort – Senecio paludosus – very rare ornamental perennial 2–7ft high, very frost hardy – 50 fresh seeds (2013)
St. Pauls Wort, Xi–Xiang–Cao, Shrimp–claw Plant – Siegesbeckia pubescens – Chinese medicinal plant (high content of kirenol), lovely annual herb to 1,7m (6ft) high – 15 seeds (2011)
Bladder Campion – Silene vulgaris – perennial (frost hardy to zone 6) to 0,6m (=2ft) tall, tasty leaf vegetable (raw or cooked) used in Alps and Spain – 50 seeds (2014)
White Campion, Bladder Campion – Silene latifolia (syn. Melandrium album) – perennial (frost hardy to zone 6) to 0,6m (=2ft) tall, Spanish rare vegetable (leaves and young shoots – stewed) and soap subsitute (obtained by simmering the root in hot water) – 50 seeds (2014)
Silver Milk Thistle, Elephant Thistle, Ivory Thistle – Silybum eburneum – rare annual thistle native to Mediterranean areas to 1,8m (= 6ft) tall, leaves unicoloured – ivory green, very prickly, probably a better source of the powerful liver protective silymarin than the common milk thistle (S. marianum), all parts of the plant are edible (roots – raw, boiled or roasted, seeds – ground or germinated for sprouts, young shoots – cooked, leaves – steamed like spinach or raw in salads, stems – peeled, soaked and cooked, flower heads – prepared like artichokes), frost hardy to zone 7a – 12 fersh seeds (2014)
Stone-Parsley – Sison amomum – rare vegetable (cooked roots) and condiment (aromatic leaves and seeds), biennial plant to 1,5m (5ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 6 – 40 seeds (2013)
Skirret – Sium sisarum – rare root vegetable – 25 seeds (2013)
Wild Andean Potato, Devil Potato, Apharu, Apharuma Chokke, Jupaypa Papan – Solanum acaule var. caulescens – very ornamental low plant with profusion of lovely blue flowers, also rare vegetable – small (1–4cm=0,5–1,5inch diameter) white tubers – 15 seeds (2013)
Chichiquelite Huckleberry – Solanum americanum (?) – very tasty rare fruit, annual – 50 seeds (2013)
Devil Plant, Cockroach-berry, Devil's–apple, Polohauaiʻi – Solanum capsicoides – rare ornamental (component of dry bouquets), edible inner layer under peel can be eaten, perennial but can be grown like annual, permanent rootstock for “eggplant tree” in southern Australia, seeds slow to germinate (about 1-1,5 month) need soaking in GA3 (1000-2000 ppm by 24 hours) before sowing, sow surface – 20 seeds (2015)
Tzimbalo, Llorones, Pepino Llorón, Mini Pepino – Solanum caripense – very delicious green or yellow, purple striped, sweet round fruits 1,5–2cm (0,6–0,8inch) diameter (in taste tangier and more juicy than Pepino), this plant resembles Tomato and is relative to Pepino and gives fertile hybrids with Pepino, hardy outside to zone 6 (as annual) – 20 seeds (2013)
Watermelon Nightshade – Solanum citrullifolium – very ornamental flowers, annual prickly plant to 0,5m=1,5ft tall, hardy (to zone 6) – 15 seeds (2013)
Bittersweet – Solanum dulcamara – ornamental climber, poisonous plant but a dried bark of stem bases is chewed in some areas of Europe as snack (it has taste of walnuts) – 100 seeds (2009)
Low Nightshade – Solanum humile (syn. Solanum nigrum f. humile)– very rare ornamental annual plant (yellow–green fruits) – 30 seeds (2009)
Poroporo, Southern Kangaroo Apple – Solanum laciniatum – tasty rare fruit (can be grown like annual) – 50 seeds (2012)
Mountain Kangaroo Apple – Solanum linearifolium – tasty rare fruit (can be grown like annual) – 50 seeds (2012)
Orange Nightshade – Solanum luteum – delicious rare fruit, hardy annual – 20 seeds (2013)

Black Nightshade – Solanum nigrum – 30 seeds (2009)

Green berry Nightshade, Morelle Verte – Solanum opacum – delicious fruit (annual), rare – 30 seeds (2013)
Yoa, Joá, Joá bravo, Tutiá, Manzanita del monte, Mañiq lqo, Naxaraxanaaq lqo, Pocoto, Pocotillo – Solanum palinacanthum – rare ornamental, one from the most beautiful Solanums (Nightshades), large beautiful bright blue and yellow flowers, prickly plant, rarity – 7 fresh seeds (2013)
Cherry Nightshade, Argentinian Nightshade, Hoe Nightshade – Solanum physalifolium var. nitidibaccatum – annual ornamental, rarity, tasty fruits eaten in Ethiopia – 15 seeds (2013)
Lulo Comun, Lulo Montanero – Solanum pseudolulo – tasty rare fruit (needs heat to fruit) – 30 seeds (2010)
Lulo, Naranjilla “Baquicha” – Solanum quitoense – variety with smooth (not prickly) stems and leaves and red delicious fruits (needs heat to fruit) – 20 seeds (2010)
Shrubby Nightshade, Joá Mando, Juá Piloso, Juá Alado, Brazilian Naranjilla – Solanum robustum "Green-leaved variety"– prickly shrub 0,6–2m (2–7ft) tall with broadly winged stems and leaf petioles, leaves not silver (like plants escaped in Hawaii) but cashmere–green, flowers numerous – white and yellow, fruits to 2cm (0,8inch) diameter – hairy, light green and dark green striped (according one source fruits without seeds are edible in small quantities) – they have very nice strong aroma (used to making juices and as vegetable), very ornamental variety native to Brazil, can be grown outside in zone 6 (as annual) and warmer (first ripe fruits fall down after 9 months from sowing) – package of 15 fresh seeds (2014)
Hairy Nightshade – Solanum sarrachoides – wide annual herb which creates green fruits (according one source they are edible when fully mature), fruits fall down together with pedicel, calyx not typical (rather small), closest cousin of Solanum physalifolium var. nitidibaccatum, rarity – 12 seeds (2014)
Garden Huckleberry – Solanum scabrum (syn. S. melanocerasum) – edible tasty fruit (annual) – 100 seeds (2010)

African Nightshade, Garden Huckleberry – Solanum cf. scabrum “Yellow–anthered” – rare variety with yellow anthers (not brown as in typical varieties) and large black, punctate fruits in 3–5 flowered inflorescences, rarity– 15 seeds (2014)
Litchi Tomato – Solanum sisymbriifolium – rare annual tasty fruit – 25 seeds (2010)
Bura–Bura, Bolo Maka, Coconilla, Cocochat, Pupu, Tupido, Pimpla, Tupirito – Solanum stramoniifolium – rare edible fruit, annual or perennial spiny tropical shrub (needs heat to fruit) – 20 fresh seeds (2012)
Weeping Dune Tomato, Kangaroo Apple – Solanum symonii – delicious annual fruit (tropical perennial), shrub to 2m=7ft tall, numerous large blue–violet flowers and green–white–purple fruits (with different taste than other Kangaroo Apples) –15 seeds (2013)
Goldenrod – Solidago virgaurea – delicious tea substitute (dried capitulums or leaves), medicinal herb (among others: anthelmintic, antifungal, antirheumatic, antiseptic, aromatic, diaphoretic, diuretic, febrifuge, hypoglycaemic, stimulant), perennial to 0,6m=2ft tall, frost hardy to zone 5 – 30 seeds (2013)
Dindle, Field Milk Thistle, Tree Sow Thistle – Sonchus arvensis – rare vegetable (delicious young leaves eaten raw or cooked, peeled young stems, and young rhizomes), coffee substitute (roasted roots) – 25 seeds (2013)
Sow Thistle – Sonchus oleraceus – rare tasty leaf and root vegetable – 100 seeds (2013)
European Bur–reed – Sparganium emersum – aquatic ornamental – 50 seeds (2012)
Bur Reed – Sparganium erectum – rare aquatic root vegetable – 100 seeds (2012)
Marsh Woundwort – Stachys palustris – tasty, tuber, rare vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)
Asparagus Pea – Tetragonolobus purpureus – annual vegetable (young winged pods) and ornamental plant (large red flowers) – 25 seeds (2011)

Greater Meadow Rue – Thalictrum aquilegiifolium – ornamental perennial 1,5 m (5 ft) high, frost hardy to zone 6 – 50 seeds (2013)

Goldencreeper, Red Hailstone, Manchu Tubergourd – Thladiantha dubia – rare edible delicious fruits, frost hardy (zone 6) perennial tuberous climber to 6m (=20ft) long – 20 seeds (2014)
Pennycress – Thlaspi arvense – rare condiment ( garlic like taste) and to dry bouquets – 100 seeds (2012)
Cotswold Pennycress, Perfoliate Pennycress – Thlaspi perfoliatum – leaf vegetable (taste like mustard with a hint of onion), edible seeds (mustard substitute or sprouted and eaten raw) – 100 seeds (2013)
Hungarian Thyme, Eurasian Thyme – Thymus kosteleckyanus (syn. Thymus pannonicus pro parte) – aromatic spice and tea plant (frost hardy to zone 6b and warmer) – 20 seeds (2013)
Savory-Scented Thyme – Thymus marschallianus (syn. Thymus pannonicus pro parte) – aromatic spice and tea plant (frost hardy to zone 6b and warmer) – 25 seeds (2013)
Japanese Hedge Parsley, Upright Hedge Parsley, Erect Hedgeparsley – Torilis japonica – rare root and leaf vegetable, also medicinal biennial plant – 100 seeds (2013)
Wild Yellow Salsify, Fistulous Goat's–beard, Greater Sand Goat's–beard – Tragopogon dubius subsp. majus – rare tasty root vegetable, very ornamental – 50 seeds (2013)
Salsify – Tragopogon porrifolius – rare root vegetable – 20 seeds (2011)
Wild Yellow Salsify, Meadow Salsify, Showy Goat's–beard, Yellow Goat's–beard, Lesser Goat's–beard – Tragopogon pratensis – rare tasty root vegetable, very ornamental – 30 seeds (2013)
Strawberry Clover – Trifolium fragiferum – lovely perennial with odd inflated seed–heads, good bee plant – 200 pods with 200–400 fresh seeds inside – (2014)
Sweet Trefoil – Trigonella caerulea – rare aromatic spice and Chinense tea plant (dried leaves) – 20 seeds (2010)
Coltsfoot, Ass's foot, Bull's foot, Butterbur, Coughwort, Farfara, Foal's foot, Foalswort, Horse Foot, Winter heliotrope – Tussilago farfara – rare vegetable (flower stalks and leaves), tea substitute (fresh or dried leaves and flowers) and candy (candied young rhizomes) – 100 seeds (2013)
Southern Star, Blue–flowered Milkweed, Blue Star – Tweedia caerulea (syn. Oxypetalum caeruleum, Amblypetalum caeruleum) – very ornamental climber (numerous beautiful blue flowers) – 10 seeds (2013)
Entire-leaved Roman Nettle – Urtica dodartii – rare annual ornamental – 6 seeds (2013)
Wild Corn Salad, Wild Lamb’s Lettuce – Valerianella locusta – leaf vegetable – 50 seeds (2014)
Vervain – Verbena officinalis – rare spice (roots used as condiment to lacto–fermented cucumbers), tea substitute and medicinal perennial (zones 4 and warmer) – 2000 seeds (2011)
Tall Speedwell – Veronica longifolia – ornamental perennial (zones 4 and warmer), rare vegetable (tasty young shoots) – 100 seeds (2013)
Tiny Vetch, Hairy Vetch, Hairy Tare, Tare Vetch, Tyne Grass – Vicia hirsuta – rare leguminous vegetable (tasty boiled seeds used like lentils) – 100 seeds (2013)
Moth Bean, Mat Bean, Turkish Gram, Maṭki – Vigna aconitifolia (syn. Phaseolus aconitifolius) – tasty rare Asiatic legume vegetable (edible mature seeds and sprouts), drought resistant, original deeply palmate divided leaves – package 200 seeds (2011)
Ripply Cocklebur, Ripary Cockleburs – Xanthium albinum subsp. riparium – medicinal, poisonous and ornamental aromatic plant – 15 large seeds (2013)
Japanese Pepper Tree - Zanthoxylum piperitum – shrub to 2m (=7ft) tall , fruits – condiment (pepper substitute), aromatic leaves are edible, very frost hardy (to zones 5) – 10 fresh seeds (2014)
Mini Gherkin – Zehneria scabra (= Melothria scabra) – rare edible tasty fruit climber and medicinal plant – 25 seeds (2012)
Peruvian Zinnia – Zinnia peruviana – annual ornamental plant (lovely red flowers) to 0,6–1,0m (2–3ft) tall – 10 seeds (2013)
5/6 and warmer
FOR TRADE For Exchange
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Here is what I have to trade, these were all harvested summer 2014 and 2015

Chinese red noodle bean (pole bean)
Rattlesnake bean (pole bean)
Musquee de Provence pumpkin
Black Krim tomato
Roma tomato
Copia tomato
Calendula (pot marigold)
chives

I am looking for summer and winter squash and pole beans, but pretty open to whatever, let me know what you have :)

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