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add to favorites There are world champions crowned by FIFA in FIFA 15
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Despite the incident seemed clearly see Suarez as bad, if not a snack, a header , his teammate Lugano chose to defend Liverpool striker and instead called Chiellini as the culprit of appeal against Suarez.'You need to show the incident, because I have not seen anything, 'says West Brom defense to match.' Did you see today, or do you see what is in other years? You may not have seen the happened.'Chiellinis attitude today, for nothing is the worst of all. He is a great player with a huge state. Does not match the Italian Cup. As athletes leaving the field, crying and calling for rival.'As a man, he totally disappointed. The shocking moment Suárez Chiellini 'bite' with teeth smile: Lugano looked cheerful when he celebrate after the tunnel in hot water fulltime: Luis Suarez picks teeth after appearing to bite Giorgio Chiellini Suárez has a history of biting opponents and was suspended 10 FIFA 15 after an incident with Branislav Ivanovic FIFA quarterback in November 2013 and 15 7 FIFA ban for biting PSV Eindhoven Otman Bakkal in April 2010. The modern demand around England is taking positive so here goes. Roy Hodgson's team ended its campaign of FIFA 15 with a goalless draw against the world champions, world champions.Not you or I would recognize as such, of course. There are world champions crowned by FIFA in FIFA 15. But if we each played international game since the early 15s FIFA, with first world champions of England, winning the crown by defeating Scotland and awarded the title of winners each times champions were then defeated world champions Italy were starting Friday. He then lost to Costa Rica.Click here to report click completely different here for live coverage of Italy vs Uruguay Costa Rica vs England (1700) Click here to clear FIFA 15 Zone Costa Rica Party Sports Mail: TBAEngland: TBA Host commentator Dan Ripley So England go home with a single point, but on the way back to Europe that Italy crawling with them after the Italians were eliminated after a controversial defeat Uruguay.Click on the cover of more (including luis Suarez is involved in another scandal bite), but our live action is not quite finished with the last group C very little climbing. Thanks for these people - I'll see you there. 18:55 From Mail on Sunday Rob Draper Belo Horizonte seemed the crowd fights between some English fans and local, probably England fans irritated by the constant singing ofEliminated. 'Riot police arrived soon, but soon brightened. 'Roy Hodgson just ran to connect across the field to the applause of England fans. He had a warm welcome. Collision: Police attempt to maintain order within legumes between England and Brazil fans 18:51 FULLTIME: Costa Rica Costa Rica 0-0 England win group D and the progress of the last 16 18:49 90 + 1min: from England FIFA 15 campaign has three extra minutes ... 18:48 89min: Of course not. Lofts Gerrard curling a cross to the far post, but Wayne Rooney is lost only in conjunction with header.http://www.futcoinsteam.com/
add to favorites 2 Mustard Gay Choi & 1oz Tatsoi Savoy,$1.48 For Exchange
Includes shipping 2!packs are I believe unopened Tatsoy loads of seed, includes shipping, Paypal gift, tljnov1965@yahoo.com
add to favorites 3 packs unopened Mustard Greens $1.48 For Exchange
Ruby Streaks, includes shipping to US,PayPal gift, tljnov1965@yahoo.com, not sure seed count
add to favorites Spinach, Arugula , Mesclun salad $1.48 For Exchange
Over 200 seeds each pack ,Paypal gift , includes shipping,tljnov1965@yahoo.com
add to favorites Unopened NK 4 pack carrots For Exchange
Not sure exact seed count, 2.48, includes shipping, Paypal gift , tljnov1965@yahoo.com
add to favorites Seeds to Trade Winter 2015 For Exchange
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I'm looking for these:

bee balm
bay
lovage
fig leaf gourd
grape vine cuttings
oca
kefir grains
luffa

Here's what I have to trade; the list is organized according to the year I bought or saved the seeds. Some trades may be fairly small as I'm just a backyard gardener; it just depends on how much I have:


Bought in 2013:
Brussels sprouts - Long Island improved
cabbage - premium late flat Dutch
cabbage - Chinese Michihili (Napa)
celery - tendercrisp
cilantro - slo-bolt
goji
leek - giant Musselburgh
melon - Minnesota midget

Bought or traded in 2014:
artichoke - globe
beets - cylindra
beets - early wonder
borage
cabbage - red
cumin
dill
eggplant - long purple
Fenugreek
Fennel
French sorrel
Good King Henry
lemonbalm
parsnip
pepper - sweet red bell
pepper - yellow bell
perilla
red-veined sorrel (bloody dock)
red rhubarb
sesame
watermelon - sugar baby

Saved in 2014:
Acorn squash - Table Queen
green beans - Kentucky pole
stevia
Thai basil - Siamese Queen

Flowers

Bought or saved in 2014:
baby's breath
blackberry lilies
black-eyed Susan
canna
chamomile (Roman)
cleome
forget-me-nots
pink hollyhock
red hollyhock
hibiscus
sunflower - large gray stripe

Thanks!
add to favorites Arena in the western city of Cuiabá and Itaquerão For Exchange
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add to favorites he would prefer a full crowd have about 70,000 people For Exchange
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FIFA member told an undercover Sunday Times reporter had the Russians' collaboration 'with the construction of the facilities and training players offered in Nigeria.At time, the head of the Russian bid, Alexei Sorokin, confirmed that Adamu had visited Moscow, but said the audit was conducted in accordance with the 'FIFA rules 'and had not participated in the delivery of each voice incentives.Sorokin said in 2010 that 'all bidders are likely filed Propo hebbeneze for different stakeholders, including the friendly parties, training academies, courses and support referees infrastructure' - but that makes each attempt to buy support.FIFA Federation Australia, who were beaten by not involving Qatar, FIFA competition, he said, had been closely involved in the research García. Come again FA president Greg Dyke swears the mood of the FIFA must run again if you corruptions claims are proven FFA executive David Gallop radio station SEN Melbourne boss said: 'It is a serious matter, which are serious allegations and we are looking for some to see the answer to that. 'It's too early to tell if it reopens the door to everything that happened a few years ago in relation to the position of Australia, but is a bit 'watch this space' in this stage.'We've are very involved in this business for many months in the investigation that Mr. Garcia is in full swing. We have people who have been involved for some time ago now.'FIFA and Brazilian organizers http://www.fifacoinsmart.com underestimate the fact that the last test event at the opening host stadium of FIFA 15 will not be performed with a full house. Only about 40,000 people will be allowed in Itaquerão for a national championship game on Sunday, which means that the organizers will not be able to fully test the stadium before the opening match between Brazil and Croatia on June 12, FIFA Secretary General Jerome Valcke last week, it was 'vital' to test the Itaquerão said 'is complete games, including temporary seats. ' But only a few of the 20,000 temporary seats installed for the first match will be used for the security issues raised by the local authorities. Go to the video ... Problem: Itaquerão stadium will be a final test before the opening of FIFA 15 More ... secretary of FIFA, Jerome Valcke, FIFA 15 covers three points during the final inspection Brazil Brazilian teams stages FIFA homeless and before FIFA 15 15 organizers emphasize the unfinished roof on the stadium in Sao Paulo will not be the organizers of the Games put shadow face critical day as two steps staged major events Sunday test FIFA 15 stadium to host England vs Uruguay will not be a roof as a new way in São Paulo unfinished FIFA and FIFA 15 local organizing committee said that ideally he would prefer a full crowd have about 70,000 people on Sunday, but noted that the test event remain 'very important' to ensure that the stadium ready for the opening will be.
add to favorites kabocha squash For Exchange
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looks a little bit like a pumpkin, but it is a squash!
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add to favorites butternut squash For Exchange
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delicious!
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add to favorites Which can result in Liverpool striker process Confused For Exchange
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add to favorites Newbie For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
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Mother of 5 looking to start gardening with heirloom seeds. Looking for Squash, cucumbers, broccoli, cauliflower, tomatoes and sweet peppers. Also willing to try other varieties.
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add to favorites please help For Free
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tomatoes corn beans peas everything is needed to get my garden up and going i always saved my seeds and kept in freezer but now they are all gone since it got unplugged with out my knowledge till it was too late....Devistated....any advice
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add to favorites Asian Bitter melon seeds for trade For Exchange
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I have Asian bitter melon seeds. Direct sow after frost. Harvest a summer. There are several recipes on the web. It is an acquired taste, but thinly sliced with a small amount of sweet onion, microwave 30 sec and let set for 1 hour makes a great relish for rice when cooking hot/spicy Asian food. These were brought from Thailand 40 years ago and propagated many times over, so I guess they are heirloom at this point. These seeds are from 2014.

I would be interested in a trade for heat tolerant fruit, berry, flower, herbal or interesting seeds of any kind.

Thank you!
add to favorites lots of seeds for trade For Exchange
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HAVE
Vegetable Seeds
Beet-early wonder tall top
Cantaloupe-hales best
Cauliflower-snowball x
Celery-mix (giant red, EA special strain (green), golden self blanching)
Kale-blue
Okra-Clemson spineless #80
Pepper-cayenne mix(red, yellow, purple, green, orange)
Pepper-jalapeno mild
Pumpkin-Casper
Summer squash-melody mix (crookneck, straitneck, dark green zucchini,bennings green tint)
Swiss chard-mixed colors
Tomatillo-pineapple
Turnip-purple top white globe
Winter squash-kabocha
Winter squash-sweet meat
also have quite a few tomatoes I mixed up before I knew about trading seed. mix includes, Roma, big red cherry, ace, brandywine red, Cherokee purple, green zebra, old German, San marzano, sweetie, bi color, white, and yellow cherry, and several seeds from bountiful gardens seeds for kids pack meaning it could be any tomatoes on their site. here's the link. http://www.bountifulgardens.org/All-Tomatoes/products/260/

Herb Seeds
Basil-sweet
Chamomile-German
Chives
Cilantro-long lasting
Lavender-true
Marjoram-sweet
Oregano
Parsley-single
Rosemary
Sage-broad leaf
Spearmint
Thyme-common

WANTED I need seeds that will grow in a short season zone 5. All trades will be considered.
add to favorites SEED TRADE For Exchange
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HAVES:

Okra-jing orange/burgundy
Arugula
Cabbage- zelje varazdinsko
Iceberg lettuce-solata dalmatinska ledenka
Thai basil-siam queen
Winter squash- PA dutch crookneck
Summer squash - early summer crookneck
Bitter melon
Squash-local variety
Mustard greens
Long beans
Chinese kale
Radish-snow white
Eggplant-white ruffled/ thai long green/ dark round purple from taiwan
Tomato- roma/ beefsteak/ currant etc.
Winged beans


WANTS:
Watermelon
Charentais
Marigolds
Shishito pepper
add to favorites 2014 Watermelon Seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
Basketball size watermelons that have a thin rind and bright red sweet meat. I planted 5 seeds and they overran my yard.
add to favorites Seeds for Trade For Exchange
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All of the following are seeds I have and are willing to trade. I'm not picky so if you see something you are interested in send me an email and make me an offer.

Peppers I Have:
Jalapeno
Cherry Bomb
Green Bell
Red Bell
Peter Pepper
Carolina Reaper
Moruga Scorpion
Ancho Poblano
Banana Peppers
Chinease Five Color(very limited amount)

Tomatoes I Have:
Roma
Beefsteak

I also have:
Strawberry Popcorn
Spaghetti Squash
Early Jersey Wakefield Cabbage
Autumn Beauty Sunflowers
add to favorites seed needed (for a newbie) For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
I a newbie to garden and I will be doing container gardening I'm for free or for sale here is the seeds I'm looking for:

pepper Hot Cayenne
Boston pickling cucumber or(something like tham)
Butternut squash or
acorn squash
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add to favorites Tomato & Pepper seeds For Exchange
I have about 200 tomato varieties (of all colours) avaliable for exchange. I also have peppers and chilli peppers, some egg plants, etc.
I'm looking for tomatoes, pepper, chilli, watermelons and other vegetables. Also very interested in rare varieties.
add to favorites Hot & super hot pepper sees to trade For Exchange
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Choc moruga
Brazilian star fish
aji pineapple
biker billy jalapeno
aji cito
red bhut
purple cayenne
choc fatalii
orange hab
black congo
Jay's peach GS
Jay's red GS
primo
bih jolokia
bhut Indian carbon
bhut white
dorset naga
Goats weed
red rocoto
yellow manzano
brown moruga
red moruga
douglah
bhutlah
butch t x douglah
yellow 7 pot
reaper
Lemon drop
White Devil's Tongue
7Pod Brainstrain Yellow
White Devil's Tongue
White Bullet Habanero
Yellow Bullet Habanero
Jamaican Hot Chocolate
Naga Morich
Naga Viper x ?
Chocolate Scorpion
Indian P-C1
CARDI Yellow Scorpion
Bahamian Goat


All are OP
add to favorites Guiding Chemistry for FIFA fifteen final Team For Free
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add to favorites For trade For Exchange
Have-
Cherry tomatoes: Black, Pearly Pink,Green Zebra,Purple Jasper/ Zhi bi u, Beam's Yellow pear, Gardeners Delight, Dances with Smurfs.
Also Mountain Princess and Orange Banana Paste.
I have seeds from a small romaine lettuce variety called Little Gem Pearl . all seeds from this year.
i would like to trade for paprika pepper seeds-
Kashmiri, , leutschaur,szegedy paprika or any pepper that is good for paprika. Or Red or purple carrot seeds
add to favorites Looking to trade for exotic plants, veggies and herbs For Exchange
Hi,
I have some seeds I believe you'd might like including:
Local Laos Basil (from Laos)
Pesto Basil(from Italy)
Boston Pickling Cucumber
Dragon Tongue Bush Bean
Naranjila
Rats Tail Radish
Mexican Mini Cucumbers
Golden Sunshine Beans

I'd be interested in:
Exotic edible or medicinal plants, the stranger and more delicious the better. No truly tropical plants though as I live in Northern California and have no greenhouse. This is my first post, so I'm eager to see what people have for trade.
Thanks,
Matt
add to favorites How Can I Lose Weight Without Starving Myself Naturally? For Exchange
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add to favorites Tips For Shedding Of Weight Loss Program For Exchange
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add to favorites Lose Weight Fast And Easy - Why Should Looking Great Be Difficult? For Exchange
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add to favorites How A Woman Over 40 Can Lose Weight Permanently - The Top Dangers Preventing Your Success For Exchange
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add to favorites Techniques To Use The Day Before A Fight To Make Weight For Exchange
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Ok i got on a bit of a rave there but it applies to you too!
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add to favorites Weight Watchers Dieting - Is It For You? For Exchange
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add to favorites Veggies for Trade 2014 For Exchange
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HAVES::
Artichoke - Green Globe
Beans - Anasazi*
Beans - Asian Edible (4)
Beans - Black Turtle Bush Bean
Beans - Blue Lake 275
Beans - French Horticulture
Beans - Henderson’s Lima (3)
Beans - Red Asparagus Bean
Beans - Royal Burgundy*
Beans - Tenderette
Beans - Tigers Eye*
Broccoli - Calabrese Green Sprouting
Broccoli - Romanesco
Broccoli - Waltham 29
Cabbage - Late Flat Dutch
Carrot - St. Valery
Cauliflower - Purple
Celery - Utah 52-70
Collards - Georgia
Corn - Blue Dent
Corn - Golden Bantam
Corn - Green Corn
Corn - Hooker’s Sweet corn
Corn - Strawberry Popping corn
Corn - Sweet Inca
Cowpeas - Pink Eye Purple Hull
Cress - Garden
Cress - Upland
Eggplant - Long Purple
Eggplant - Thai Green
Garden Berries - Sunberry (wonder berry)
Grains - Canola
Grains - Flax, Golden
Grains - Millet, German Foxtail
Grains - Millet, Purple Majesty
Grains - Quinoa, Kaslala
Grains - Rice, Blue Bonnet
Grains - Sesame, Light
Greens - Arugula
Greens - Muluhiyah
Kale - Dwarf Siberian
Kale - Red Russian
Lettuce - Green Oak Leaf*
Lettuce - Paris Island Romaine
Lettuce - Rogue de Hiver*
Melon - Green Flesh Pineapple*
Onion - Egyptian Walking
Peas - Field
Peas - Little Marvel
Peas - Sugar Daddy (snow pea)
Peas - Sugar Snap
Pepper - Hot - Cayenne
Pepper - Hot - Poblano
Pepper - Hot - Thai Red Hot
Pepper - Sweet - Chervena Chuska
Pepper - Sweet - Green Bell
Pepper - Sweet - Red Bell
Pepper - Sweet - Sweet Banana
Radish - French Breakfast
Radish - Rat Tail
Rhutabaga - Purple Top
Squash - Summer - Burpee Golden Zucchini (5)
Tomato - Pink - Pink Tree Tomato
Tomato - Purple - Black Star (10)
Tomato - Red - Beefsteak
Tomato - Red - Besser (10)
Tomato - Red - Crimson Cushion Beefsteak
Tomato - Red - Italian Tree (10)
Tomato - Red - Large Red Cherry
Tomato - Red - Roma
Tomato - Red - Rutgers
Tomato - Red - vr Moscow
Tomato - Striped - Ananas Noire
Tomato - Yellow - Garden Peach
Tomato - Yellow - Huge Lemon Oxheart
Tomato - Yellow - Nicholson’s Cherry (5)
Tomato - Yellow - Polish Yellow Golfball (9)
Tomatillo - Purple
Watermelon - Crimson Sweet

WANTS::
Beans - anything interesting and colourful i dont have.
Beets - Detroit Dark Red
Beets - Golden Yellow
Carrots - Tendersweet
Cauliflower - White Globe
Gourd - Birdhouse
Kale - Dinosaur
Peppers - Jalapenos
Tomatoes - Cavern
Tomatoes - Dances with Smufs
Zucchini - Black Beauty
add to favorites Stokes Sweet Potato slips For Exchange
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I have a few Stokes Sweet Potato slips for trade. I want to trade them for other known sweet potato slips you might grow. I really would love to try Georgia Jet but I am open to any.
add to favorites Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumbers or Cucamelons For Exchange
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Cucamelon (Melothria scabra 75 days) is also known as the Mexican Sour Gherkin, mouse melon or “Sandiita” or little watermelon in Spanish. Tiny, 1 x 1/2 in. light-green fruits with darker mottling look like watermelons for a doll house. The flesh is white, crisp, crunchy with a slight lemony tartness. The flavor is closer to a cucumber than a melon. One person described them as,"Cucumber with a bit of watermelon rind and a squeeze of lemon juice." Incredible, small cucumber-like fruit are shaped like baby watermelons. They are good added to salads or can be pickled. They have a cucumber-like taste with a touch of lemon. The ornamental vines have tiny leaves and flowers and are perfect for the cottage garden. Very unique and fun. Huge yields. Read about these in “Mother Earth News”. I will exchange 30 -35 of these seeds for 30 bean or corn seeds. I am looking for unusual or rare corn or beans. I live in Cherokee North Carolina. You can contact me on this web site or at hortongary@hotmail.com
Zones 5 -9
add to favorites fig cutting For Exchange
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I have fresh vegetable seeds from my own yard

Leafy
- gailan/kailan chinese kale
- kangkung/ Ipomea aquatica
- chicory
- kemangi/ indonesian basil
- javanese ginseng
- Platycodon grandiflorus/Doraji
- Malva verticillata
Gourd
- cucumbers
- bitter gourd
- luffa gourd


Tropical Fruit (endemic)
- Anacardium accidentale
- Tamarindus indica
- jackfruit
- salacca salacca
- longan
- soursop/ Annona muricata
- guava
- noni /Morinda citrifolia
- ginkgo biloba
I need
- rare, vigorous and productive figs cuttings.
- pomegranate all variant
- olive
- dates palm
- dates plum

For fruit seeds i recomended send with fedex or registered mail, shipping cost added. And you must understand with custom restriction in your country.
9-tropical
add to favorites Tomato Seeds (I have and I'm looking for) For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
I'm looking for these Tomato Varieties:

4 Morros
AAA Sweet Solano
Abe Lincoln
Abracazebra
Alligator
Anna Maria's Heart
Australian Heart
Belgian Pounder
Berkeley Tie Dye
Big Cheef
Black Amber
Black Mystery
Black Zebra Cherry
Blush
Buffalo Soldier
Cassade
Scarlet Beef
Coeur de boeuf de Nice
Coeur de boeuf S. Berthier
Coeur de Jade
Currier
Cynthia's Black Heart
Dawson's Russian Oxheart
Debbie Blackburn
Dinner Plate
Dinofrio's German
Dos Mercados
English Rose
Hungarian Pink Heart
Jaune de Thoune
Jaune Plissée
John's Huge Greek Red Australian
Lilian Red Kansas
Marianna's Howard German
Moya green
Mushroom Basket aka Gribnaja Korsina aka Pilzkorb aka Gribnoe Lukoshko
Queen Elizaveta
Sakharnyi Pudovichok aka Sugary Pounder
Sister Myriam
Tennessee Black
Triomphe de Liège
Wolford Wonder


I've these Tomato Seeds to swap:

Absinthe
Aker's West Virginia
Aker's West Virginia Black
Aladdin's Lamp
Altajsky Urozajnij
Amana Orange
Ambre
Amish Paste
Anahu
Ananas
Andrew Rahart's Jumbo Red
Anna Russian
Arbogast
Arkashin
Aunt Gertie's Gold
Auriga
Azoychka Russian
Bargemont
Beauty King
Bedouin
Behemoth King
Belgian Farmer's Beefsteak
Belmonte
Berkeley Tie Dye Heart
Big Rainbow
Big Yellow Zebra
Big Zebra
Bison
Black Aisberg
Black from Tula
Bloody Butcher
Bobbie
Brandywine Sudduth's Strain
Brandywine Yellow
Break O'Day
Burbank
Burpee Delicious
Carnica
Caspienne rose
Champ Martin
Cherokee Green
Cherokee Purple
Chocolate Stripes
Coeur de boeuf d'Albenga
Coeur de boeuf Géant Reif Red
Coeur de boeuf hongrois
Coeur de boeuf jaune
Coeur de boeuf Orange
Coeur de boeuf rouge
Coeur de poulain
Coeur de Surpriz
Cosmonaute Volkov
Costoluto Genovese
Coucher de soleil
Couilles de taureau
Cuban Pink
Dagma's Perfection
De Barao Black
De Barao Gigant
De Barao Red
De Barrao 2
Délice d'Or
Earliana
Edouard
Ernie's Plump
Eva's Purple Ball
Federle
Feuerwerk
Fred Limbaugh Potato Top
Géante belge
Géante d'Orenbourg
Gelb Dettilwein
German Gold
German Red Strawberry
Giant Pear
Gioia della mensa
Glacier
Gogosha
Golden King of Siberia
Goldene Königin
Graf Batthyány
Gran's Portuguese Neighbour
Great Divide
Greek Asemina
Green Giant
Gregori's Altai
Grosse plate du Portugal
Grünes Zebra Birnchen
Guido
Heart's Delite
Heart's Delite Black
Hillbilly Purple
Hungarian Giant
Italian Tree aka Italian Climber aka Climbing Trip aka Triple Crop
Jahmato Banana Pear
Japanese Black Trifele
Jasnaja
Jaune de la Saint-Vincent
Jaune flammée
Jersey Devil
Junitomate rot
Junitomate schwarz
Kardinal
Kentucky Beefsteak
Kotlas Sprint
Large Pink Bulgarian
Latah Early
Lehrertomate
Lescana Heart
Luchschij is Lutschsh
Malachite Box
Marglobe
Marizol Purple
Mary Robinson's German Bicolor
Miel rose
Mikarda Sweet
Mina
Miss Kennedy
Moldovan Green
Mortgage Lifter
Moya
Moya jaune
Moya noire
Nature's Riddle
Negrillo de Almoguera
Negro de Silex
Noire de Crimée
Northern Lights
Nuits australes
Old German
Olena Ukrainian
Olirose de Saint-Domingue
Opalka
Orange Banana
Orange Bourgois
Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge
Orange Green Zebra
Oscar Gonthier
Pamplemous du grand'père
Peace Vine Cherry
Persimmon
Pertsevidny
Pertsevidny Piprakujuline
Petit moineau
Pfunds
Pink Berkeley Tie Dye
Platense
Potiron écarlate
Purple Price
Red Kaki
Red Siberian
Ribera del Ebro
Roger's Best Black
Roma striée
Rosa de Barbastro
Rosa de Huesca
Rose de Berne
Rose Quartz Multiflora
Royale des Guineaux
Russian 117
Sadko Pink
Saint Jean d'Angély
San Marzano Redorta
San Marzano Semiorto
Sasha Altai
Schellenberg's Favorite
Shuntuksky Giant
Sibirische Orange
Sophie's Choice
Spadaro
Spear's Tennessee Green
Striped German
Striped Turkish
Stump of the World
Stupice
Summer Cider Apricot
Superbec
Surpriz
Sweet Carneros Pink
Tangerine
Tee Mo Or
Tiffen Mennonite
Tigerella
Todd County Amish
Tollinson's German
Tungus
Tuxhorn
Verna Orange
Walthrup Green
Zloty Ozarovski
Zogola

If you have someone from my Search List and want another from the Swap List please contact me!

You will become from me 20 Seeds for each Variety you want, and I hope I'll receive the same by swapping
add to favorites Tomatoes and others végétales. For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
Hi!

We have, my friend and me , 2000 varieties of tomatoes (approximate) and anothers vegetables for Sale or exchange Contact for list > MP or by mail > jack.lagrenouille@gmail.com

Blog multilanguages >http://jacketlagrenouille.blogspot.fr/

https://www.facebook.com/jack.goodjack

See you soon !

J@ck
USDA 7 to 9
add to favorites Fresh trade list 2014 fall For Exchange
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Sweet peppers:
-         Marconi purple
-         pepperoncini frigitello
-         purple beauty
-         rubens (5-6 seeds for a trade)
-         Sweet Lilac Bell
-         sweet red cherry
-         yellow mini bells
-         yummy (5-6 seeds for a trade)

Chile:
-         Bird’s Eye
-         Chocolate cherry
-         Explosive Ember
-         Habanero Red (5-6 seeds for a trade)
-         Hungarian purple
-         Hungarian Wax
-         Jalapeno
-         Jalapeno Early
-         Jalapeno purple
-         Jamaican yellow
-         Lőcsei (letchauer – old hungarian heirloom)
-         Medusa
-         Merah
-         NuMex Big Jim
-         NuMex Centennial
-         NuMex Improved
-         NuMex R Naky
-         NuMex Sandia
-         Orange peter
-         Paco Loco
-         Pasilla bajio
-         Peruvian Purple
-         Purple Tiger
-         Pusa Jwala
-         Rooster’s Spur
-         Satan’s Kiss
-         Szechouan
-         Thai yellow


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
-         Rutgers VF
-         Striped Cavern
-         Sweet Pea
-         Tagalog
-         Transparent
-         Turkish Striped
-         Voyage (brains)
-         Wapspinicion Peach
-         Wild Peru
-         Wonderlights
-         Yellow pear
-     Amethyst jewel
-     Brin de Muguet
-     Lollipop
-     Tlacoula

Melons and other cucurbits:

- Piel de Sapo melon
- Queen Ann's Pocket melon
- Galeaux d'Eyesinne pumpkin
- Tennessee Dancing Gourd
- Sweet Dumpling
- Wax Gourd
- Pumpkin 'Vitaminnaia'

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


Asian vegetables and vines:
-         Chinese cabbage
-         Gobo ( Arctium lappa , japanese burdock)
-         Mizuna
-         Mizuna lime streaked
-         Mizuna red
-         Pak choy
-         Shungiku (edible chrisantemum)
-         Thai mustard leaves ’Kai choi’


Amaranth:
-         Alegria
-         Giant orange
-         Greek Purple
-         Lotus purple
-         Love Lies Bleeding
-         Oeschberg

Sorghum:
-         Iowa sweet
-         Lemon
-         Black seeded sweet

Millet:
-         Japanese millet
-         Fingermillet
-         Purple millet

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

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

Other vegetables:
-         Okra ’Burgundy red’
-         Okra ’Cowhorn’
-         Okra ’Dwarf Long Green’
-         Okra ’Jing orange’
-         Tigernuts, Chufa (Cyperus esculentus)


Ground cherries:
-         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)

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 holy basil’
-         Ocimum basilicum ’Thai red holy basil’
-         Oenothera biennis

Fruits and trees:
-         Bixa orellana
-         Bombax ceiba
-         Chaenomeles japonica
-         Mimosa pudica
-         Passiflora edulis
-         Passiflora ligularis
-         Passiflora mollissima
-         Prunus cerasifera
-         Prunus spinosa
-         Rosa cannina
-    Annona cherimola    
-    Annona squamosa    
-    Empetrum nigrum     
-    Rubus chamaemorus
-    Rubus reflexus  
-    Rubus saxatilis

I’m looking for unusual edible plants, heirloom, and open pollinated vegetables, and fruits.
add to favorites Organic heirloom seed,African Jelly Melons For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
Have:
TOMATOES:Yellow Pear,Chocolate Cherry,Snow White, Red Large and Chadwick's Cherry
PEPPERS: Big Red, Golden Ca.Wonder,Orange Sun, Sweet Chocolate , Black Olive Ornamental and is edible-very pretty
EGGPLANT: Black Beauty ,Long Purple
OKRA:Clemson Spinless and or Dwarf Long Pod Green
SQUASH :Yellow Squash
ZUCCHINI:Fordhook , Black Beauty
SALAD & GREENS:Mesclun,Arugula,Tatsoi Savoy Choy, Mustard Gai Choi, Gai Choi Red Giant, Spinach,Mustard Green
HERBS:Cilantro,
PUMPKIN:Sugar Pie
CARROTS: Chantenay,Little Fingers,Danvers, Tendersweet
CUCUMBERS:SMR 55 or National Pickling, African Horned Jelly Melon
CANTELOUPE:Sierra Gold
FLOWERS:
CElOLSIA:Kurume, Deep burgundy,Pink Flamingo Feather-Great pretty pink & white filler flower
COSMOS:Bright Lights,Picotee,Sunsation
ANNUAL WILDCUT WILD FLOWER:26 varities of flowers-zinnia,carantion, sunflower , baby breaths,cosmos,bachelor button,coreopsis
CATTAILS
ZINNIA:Cut and Come Again
SUNFLOWERS:HYBRID , but have grown from volunteers in garden.Fun N Sun, Chianti, Tiger Eye,Autumn Beauty, Evening Sun

WANT:
Tomatoe-Wins Alls,Pink Brandywine,Dr. Wyches Yellow, Kelloggs Breakfast,Floidade,Garden Peach,Amana Orannge,Sun Drop, Persimmon OrangeGerman Johnson,Ponderosa Pink
Peppers-Tabasco,Habanero, Jalapeno,Medusa
Cauliflower
Chia, Stevia & Dill
Watermelon
Single Stem sunflowers
Bells of Ireland
Baby Breath
Gaillardia Granada
Aster
Physostegia-Crown of Snow & Rose Crown
Zinnia Miss Wilmott
Cut Flowers or seeds from Baker Creek Heirloom
add to favorites Have:Ruby Red Lettuce 4 ANY TRADE For Exchange
I have fresh 2014 seed of ruby red lettuce. It was organicly grown. You will recive 150-200 seeds. I will consider all trades.
add to favorites Naturally Organically Grown Heirlooms for Trade For Exchange
I currently have the following OP organically grown heirloom seeds to trade (all harvested fall 2014):

Greenwood Tobacco (50+ seeds);
Red Cap Mushroom Pepper (Very HOT!) (25 seeds)
Cinnamon Basil (25+ seeds);
Calendula (25+ seeds);


I am looking for the following seeds (other heirloom varieties may be considered):

Hopi Black Squash;
Seminole Pumpkin;
Feuerwerk Tomato (aka Firework);
True Comfrey (not the Bocking cultivars;
Pretzel Bean (aka Ram's Horn Bean);
True Red Cranberry Bean;
Dragon’s Egg Cucumber;
Mexico Midget Tomato;
Early Hanover Kale;
Red Winter Kale;
Molten Fire Amaranth;
Hopi Red Dye Orach;
Dwarf Coffee Plant seeds;
Rich Sweetness 132 Melon;
Oriole Orange Chard;
Pink Pampas Grass;
Skirret/Oca;
USDA Zone 5 - 9
add to favorites Floriani Red Flint Corn For Exchange
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Makes great corn meal.
add to favorites Texas Persimmon Seeds to Trade For Exchange
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I have packages of 10 seeds each. All from this years crops. Would like to trade for Violets multi colored Lima bean, garlic, brussel sprout seed, blooms dale spinach.
add to favorites Boston Pickling Cucumber For Exchange
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Boston Pickling Cucumber seeds harvested in August 2014. Looking to trade, just let me know what you have! I got so many cucumbers off these plants this year. I had plenty to pickle, eat fresh, share with friends, and save seeds.
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add to favorites Large Quantities of Seeds for Exchange For Exchange
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I have large quantities of the following seed:

Smoke Signals Popcorn
Common Buckwheat
Reid's Field Corn
Buckwehat
Austrian Winter Pea

I would really like to trade for large amounts (1-20 lbs) of the following, but will also consider smaller exchanges as well:

Gaspe Corn

Any older variety of wheat like Einkhorn, Emmer, Red Fife or Turkey Red.

Any OP Sweet corn

Sorghum/milo

I will buy any of these as well.

Also interested in smaller amounts of:

Okra
Roma Tomato
Brussel Sprouts
Garlic
add to favorites Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 100g of seeds (approximately 30000 seeds) For Sale
Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 100g of seeds (approximately 30000 seeds)
The tubers are delicious, raw and cooked. Raw have flavour of fresh nut, cooked taste like chestnuts. Biennial plant to 2m (6ft) tall. Frost hardy to zone 5 and warmer. Tubers of less than 1-yaer old plants can be harvested from end of May (when the leafs are died ) along all summer. Seeds are very short viable. I send new fresh seeds harvested in this summer - 2014. Seeds must be sow outside in end of summer or in autumn. The seeds sprout in late winter/early spring. The plant very easy to growing. Tuberous Chervil was formerly cultivated as form Chaerophyllum bulbosum subsp.bulbosum var. sativum f. hortense. The medieval monasteries were promoted the cultivation of this plant. To this day it is collected from the wild in the Czech Republic and southern Germany. Tubers cultivated plants attains the size of 5-10 cm (2-4 inch). Package of 100g fresh clean seeds (harvested in August 2014). (The coin on the photo has size about 1 inch = 2,5 cm)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 0,25 kg of seeds (approximately 75000 seeds) For Sale
Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 0,25 kg of seeds (approximately 75000 seeds)
The tubers are delicious, raw and cooked. Raw have flavour of fresh nut, cooked taste like chestnuts. Biennial plant to 2m (6ft) tall. Frost hardy to zone 5 and warmer. Tubers of less than 1-yaer old plants can be harvested from end of May (when the leafs are died ) along all summer. Seeds are very short viable. I send new fresh seeds harvested in this summer - 2014. Seeds must be sow outside in end of summer or in autumn. The seeds sprout in late winter/early spring. The plant very easy to growing. Tuberous Chervil was formerly cultivated as form Chaerophyllum bulbosum subsp.bulbosum var. sativum f. hortense. The medieval monasteries were promoted the cultivation of this plant. To this day it is collected from the wild in the Czech Republic and southern Germany. Tubers cultivated plants attains the size of 5-10 cm (2-4 inch). Package of 0,25 kg fresh clean seeds (harvested in August 2014). (The coin on the photo has size about 1 inch = 2,5 cm)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 0,5 kg of seeds (approximately 150000 seeds) For Sale
Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 0,5 kg of seeds (approximately 150000 seeds)
The tubers are delicious, raw and cooked. Raw have flavour of fresh nut, cooked taste like chestnuts. Biennial plant to 2m (6ft) tall. Frost hardy to zone 5 and warmer. Tubers of less than 1-yaer old plants can be harvested from end of May (when the leafs are died ) along all summer. Seeds are very short viable. I send new fresh seeds harvested in this summer - 2014. Seeds must be sow outside in end of summer or in autumn. The seeds sprout in late winter/early spring. The plant very easy to growing.
Tuberous Chervil was formerly cultivated as form Chaerophyllum bulbosum subsp.bulbosum var. sativum f. hortense. The medieval monasteries were promoted the cultivation of this plant. To this day it is collected from the wild in the Czech Republic and southern Germany. Tubers cultivated plants attains the size of 5-10 cm (2-4 inch).
Package of 0,5 kg fresh clean seeds (harvested in August 2014).
(The coin on the photo has size about 1 inch = 2,5 cm)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 1 kg of seeds (approximately 300000 seeds) For Sale
Tuberous Chervil, Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chaerophyllum bulbosum - new seeds - August 2014 - bulk package - 1 kg of seeds (approximately 300000 seeds)
The tubers are delicious, raw and cooked. Raw have flavour of fresh nut, cooked taste like chestnuts. Biennial plant to 2m (6ft) tall. Frost hardy to zone 5 and warmer. Tubers of less than 1-yaer old plants can be harvested from end of May (when the leafs are died ) along all summer. Seeds are very short viable. I send new fresh seeds harvested in this summer - 2014. Seeds must be sow outside in end of summer or in autumn. The seeds sprout in late winter/early spring. The plant very easy to growing.
Tuberous Chervil was formerly cultivated as form Chaerophyllum bulbosum subsp.bulbosum var. sativum f. hortense. The medieval monasteries were promoted the cultivation of this plant. To this day it is collected from the wild in the Czech Republic and southern Germany. Tubers cultivated plants attains the size of 5-10 cm (2-4 inch).
Package of 1 kg fresh clean seeds (harvested in August 2014).
(The coin on the photo has size about 1 inch = 2,5 cm)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites Fern-leaf Dropwort - Filipendula vulgaris - tuberous vegetable perennial For Sale
Fern-leaf Dropwort - Filipendula vulgaris - This is tuberous vegetable perennial to 0,8m (=3 ft) tall. It creates dense clumps. The edible tubers are aromatic and starchy, very delicious raw and when baked, boiled or (especially) candied. The tasty leaves are also edible raw or cooked. Also medicinal plant - package 60 fresh seeds (harvested in summer 2014)
(The coin on the photo has size about 1 inch = 2,5 cm)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites HAVE: tomato, Sub Arctic Plenty, Copia & Amur Tiger & radish, For Exchange
I have for trade, 20+ seeds per pack, expect similar # of seeds in trade...1.Sub Arctic Plenty 50-60 days, small det. plants, regular leaf, very early red tomato, 1-2 oz, round, nice sharp sour taste, very prolific producer, good for containers, tolerated cold spring weather very well ------ 2. Copia striped tomato-------3. HYBRID/CROSS tomatoes to grow for eating, perhaps for people growing tomatoes for a local food pantry, or where the eater wouldn't be concerned about saving seeds, great seed to throw around to grow food for chickens, rabbits, etc--------4.Amur Tiger Tomato~SEE PHOTO~ping pong ball sized red with gold stripes-------- 5. Hale's Best cantalope-- uncounted and unpacked at least 3 packs of 20-------6. Mesclun Mix~may contain Arugula, Bibb, Endive, Radicchio, Red Romaine & Salad Bowl Green ------- all FOR SALE $1.50 for shipping, envelope & packing, through paypal. Or TRADE for.. 1. Rose Quartz Cherry Tomato 2. Whippersnapper Tomato 3. "grain" seeds, millet, wheat, sorgum, amaranth, etc 4. comfrey root cuttings, or seeds 5. NON hybrid DETERMINANT tomatoes 6. Turkish Striped Monestery tomato 7. goose creek tomato 8. Gogoshai tomato 9. chives 10. garlic 11. Peach type tomatoes, like Garden Peach 12. Topaz tomato (violet Jasper sibling) 13. Brad Gates tomatoes, Large Barred boar, fuzzy boars, Michael Polan, Berkeley tie dye, berkely tye dye OXHEART, Black & Brown Boar Tomato, Dino Eggs Tomato, Furry Red Boar Tomato, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye Striped Tomato, etc. I need pretty much any of his, except Green Zebra 14. Gypsy tomato 15. Zapotec pleated tomato 16. accordian tomato 17. Stick/curl tomato 18. Striped Roman paste tomato 19. Sweet Carneros Pink 20. Sweet Solano (AAA) 21. Albenga Oxheart Tomato 22. Amana Orange Beefsteak 23. Anna Russian Tomato 24. Woodle orange Tomato 25. Azoychka yellow tomato 26. Black Aztec (Negro Azteca) Cherry Tomato 27. Belarus Orange 1 Tomato 28. Black Zebra CHERRY Tomato 29. Bradley Red Tomato 30. Chocolate Cherry Tomato 31. Chudo Rynka Large Red-Orange Cherry Tomato 32. Costoluto Genovese Red Tomato 33. Csikos Botermo Striped Tomato 34. Cuban Black Tomato 35. Earl's Faux Pink Beefsteak 36. Efemer "unusual" Russian Red Tomato 37. Efiop (Black Plum) Tomato 38. Feuerwerk ("Firework" in german) Tomato 39. Gulf State Market Red Tomato 40. Haley's Purple Comet Cherry Tomato 41. Hard Rock Red Dwarf Tomato 42. Holyland Red Tomato 43. Isis Candy Orangish Yellow Cherry 44. Kentucky Beefsteak Yellow Orange Tomato 45. Kibits Reddish Orange Tomato 46. Lutescente Red Tomato 47. Nature's Riddle Bicolor Pink & Yellow Beefsteak 48. Old German Bicolor Heirloom 49. Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge Bicolor Tomato 50. Pacara Bicolor Red & Green Tomato 51. Peach Blow (Sutton's) Tomato 52. Pink Flamingo Tomato 54. Pink Ponderosa (Henerson's) beefsteak 55. Plum Lemon tomato 56. Pruden's Purple 57. Roughwood Golden Tiger Red & Orange Striped Tomato 58. Sabre Ukrainian (Sabelka) Large Reddish Orange Paste Type Tomato 59. Schimmeig Red & Orange Striped Hollow "Stuffing" Tomato (striped cavern) 60. leeks 61. rutabega 62. FAIR EXCHANGE for something I don't have. What do you have?
add to favorites Exchange Vegetable & Fruit Seeds For Exchange
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I am modifying my advertisement due to the scarcity of various seeds in Sri Lanka due to the unexpected and severe climatic changes in this Asian Region. Now I can offer only seeds of : Papaya, Wood Apple, Pumpkin, Ladies Fingers, Egg Plant (Brinjal), Green Chillies and Ridged Gourd (Watakolu)of Sri Lanka Origin. Please let me know how I could collaborate with you all to exchange fruits of your country. I will exchange our seeds free of charge. But please ask only any 2 groups of seeds. thanks.
add to favorites Scirpidiella's Seeds - Seeds of rare exotic or wild edible plants and some ornamental For Sale
The seeds of numerous very rare, often edible plants. Many of them were harvested from a wild state in Poland. Also rare exotic species of vegetables and some ornamentals.
List of seeds (in alphabetical 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 (2014)
Mouse Garlic, Edged Garlic – Allium angulosum – evergreen bulb perennial (frost hardy to zone 5), rare vegetable (bulbs, leaves, and inflorescences – raw, cooked or salted), repel insects and moles, rare plant – 50 seeds (2013)
Wild Field Garlic – Allium oleraceum – rare spice – 100 seeds (2012)
Crow Garlic, Wild Onion – Allium vineale – rare spice – 50 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)
Livid Amaranth, Wild Blite – Amaranthus ascendens – annual procumbent wild Chinese and Indian vegetable (young shoots), medieval vegetable in Central Europe – 30 seeds (2008)
Green Amaranth– Amaranthus chlorostachys – rare vegetable and cereal (wild form) 100 seeds (2012)
Wild Angelica, Woodland Angelica, Ground Ash, Holy Ghost – Angelica sylvestris – wild 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)
Asian Belladonna – Anisodus luridus – very ornamental, frost hardy (zone 6 and more), tall (6ft) perennial – 20 seeds (2011)
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 (2013)
Hastate Orach – Atriplex hastata – rare wild 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)
Sea Beet, Wild Beet – Beta maritima – perennial (hardy to zone 5), delicious spinach substitute (leaves eaten raw or cooked), tasty root vegetable – 20 seeds (2013)
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)
Wild Marigold, Field Marigold – Calendula arvensis – rare vegetable, spice and ornamental annual plant – 100 seeds (2010)
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 wild root vegetable – 1000 fresh seeds, new seeds – August 2014 (2014)
Fat Hen – Chenopodium album – unknown wild 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 – wild form – 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 wild 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 – wild 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 wild tuber and leaf vegetable – 30 seeds (2011)
Plume Thistle, Brook Thistle – Cirsium rivulare – rare wild leaf vegetable and ornamental – 30 seeds (2013)
Common Thistle, Bull Thistle, Scotch Thistle – Cirsium vulgare – rare wild tasty root vegetable – 15 seeds (2012)
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)
Scarlet Hawthorn – Crataegus cf. coccinea – deciduous shrub to 7m (23ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5, delicious succulent large fruits – 30 seeds (2013)
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 – Silver Edge Squash – ornamental and edible (flesh and large seeds) – 15 seeds (2012)

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 (2012)

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)

Wild Squash – Cucurbita moschata – small (apple size) edible and ornamental fruits – 7 seeds (2013)
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 – Chinese fruit shrub (nettle cousin, caulicarpic), delicious, sweet and aromatic orange mulberry–like fruits, frost hardy to zone 8 (roots even to 7) – 10 seeds (2014)
Mock Strawberry – Duchesnea indica – very ornamental, edible fruits – 50 seeds (2013)
Wild Balsam Apple – Echinopepon wrightii – rare ornamental climber with prickly fruits – 10 seeds (2012)
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 – extremely rare ornamental biennial herb (frost hardy to zone 6a), flowers giving off a pleasing fragrance, drought resistant – 100 seeds (2007)
Black Bindweed – Fallopia convolvulus – rare pseudo–cereal (tasty seeds edible when threshed and boiled), poor soil and drought resistant – 50 seeds (2013)
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)
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 diversifolia subsp. suborbiculata – rarity edible, medicinal and ornamental annual plant (to 3m = 10ft high) – 15 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 – 200 fresh seeds (2013)
Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides “unknown variety” – a rare climber vegetable (young spring shoots and leaves), very frost hardy – zone (4?)5 and warmer – 100 seeds (2013)
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 (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 – 50 seeds (2014)
Tall Sunflower – Helianthus giganteus – rare root vegetable and ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)
Eltrot, Hogweed – Heracleum sphondylium – rare wild vegetable (young shoots, leaves) and medicinal plant (roots) – 50 seeds (2013)
White Henbane – Hyoscyamus albus – biennial plant, beautiful flowers in two different combinations of colors (young flowers pale yellow with purple center and older ones pale yellow with green center), in flowers in all summer, easy to grow, poisonous plant, seeds germinate after stratification or use GA3 (1000 ppm) – 50 seeds (2010)
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)
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)

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)
Vervain Mallow – Malva alcea – rare ornamental and edible plant – 50 seeds (2012)
Mallow, French Hollyhock – Malva mauritiana – very ornamental – 50 seeds (2010)
Dwarf Mallow – Malva pusilla – very delicious wild vegetable (the best taste in genus Malva) – 50 seeds (2007)
High Mallow, Tall Mallow, Common Mallow – Malva sylvestris – wild vegetable (leaves – raw or cooked, flowers – raw), tea substitute, biennial/perennial plant (hardy to zone 5) – 50 seeds (2013)
Bur Medick, Clover Burr, Goldfields Medic, Kalgoorlie Clover, Woolly Trefoil, Burclover, Little Bur Medick, Little Medick, Small Medick, Woolly Bur Medick. – Medicago minima – 200–400 seeds (50 seed–pods) (2007)
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, wild 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 wild Chinese leaf vegetable – 50 seeds (2014)
Rock Nettle – Nasa triphylla – rare ornamental annual garden plant – 15 seeds (2012)
Wild Catmint – Nepeta cataria – wild variety – 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)
Large–flowered Evening–primrose – Oenothera glazoviana – rare ornamental biennial plant – 150 seeds (2011)
White Lace Flower – Orlaya grandiflora – rare ornamental – 40 seeds (2010)
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 wild 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 – wild form – 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 – rare edible fruit, 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) – 15 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 wild 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)
Golden Dock – Rumex maritimus – rare wild vegetable, corn and ornamental, aphrodisiac – 100 seeds (2011)
Bloody Dock, Blood Dock, Bloodwort, Bloody Wood Dock – Rumex sanguineus – rare vegetable and ornamental – 100 seeds (2011)
Arrow Head – Sagittaria sagittifolia – wild aquatic 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 wild 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 (wild form), very frost hardy – 30 fresh seeds (2012)
Wood Ragwort, Fuchs’ Groundsel – Senecio nemorensis subsp. fuchsii – rare ornamental perennial 0,5–2m (2–7ft) high (wild form), hardy (zones 6 and warmer) – 50 fresh seeds (2012)
Fen Ragwort – Senecio paludosus – very rare ornamental perennial 2–7ft high (wild form), 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 – tasty leaf vegetable from Alps – 50 seeds (2012)
Silver Milk Thistle, Elephant Thistle, Ivory Thistle – Silybum eburneum – rare annual thistle native to Mediterranean areas to 1,2m (= 4ft) 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)
Bastard 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 – 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)
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)
Garden Huckleberry – Solanum melanocerasum – edible tasty fruit (annual) – 100 seeds (2010)

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, Hairy 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)
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 – wild 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 – wild aquatic root vegetable – 100 seeds (2012)
Wood Betony – Stachys officinalis (syn. Betonica o.) – delicious tea substitute (refreshing and aromatic), ornamental perennial to 0,6m (2ft) tall (frost hardy to zone 5) – 500 seeds (2013)
Marsh Woundwort – Stachys palustris – tasty, tuber, wild rare vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)
Asparagus Trefoil, Square–podded Bird's Foot Trefoil – Tetragonolobus maritimus subsp. siliquosus – low prostrate perennial to 60(80)cm (= 2–2,5ft) diameter, flowers yellow and large, pods winged 5–6cm long (according one source they are edible when young after boiling) very delicious, plant resistant to salt in soil, extremely rare in the wild state, frost hardy to zones 5–6 and warmer – 50 fresh seeds (2014)
Asparagus Pea – Tetragonolobus purpureus – annual vegetable (young winged pods) and ornamental plant (large red flowers) – 25 seeds (2011)

Greater Meadow Rue – Thalictrum aquilegiifolium – wild form – 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 (=22ft) long – 20 seeds (2013)
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 – wild 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 – wild tasty root vegetable, very ornamental – 30 seeds (2013)
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 – wild 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 – 10 seeds (2013)
Wild Corn Salad, Wild Lamb’s Lettuce – Valerianella locusta – leaf vegetable, wild type – 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 – wild form, 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 – wild leguminous vegetable (tasty boiled seeds used like lentils) – 100 seeds (2013)
Fine–Leaved Vetch – Vicia tenuifolia – rare ornamental (long bunches of violet flowers) climber perennial – 25 seeds (2011)
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)
Rice Bean – Vigna umbellata (syn. Phaseolus calcaratus) – rare annual Asiatic leguminous vegetable (seeds and young pods) – 25 seeds (2010)
Ripply Cocklebur, Ripary Cockleburs – Xanthium albinum subsp. riparium – medicinal, poisonous and ornamental aromatic plant – 15 large seeds (2013)
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)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites California wonder Bell Pepper seeds For Exchange
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California wonder Bell Pepper
add to favorites Rainbow Swiss Chard wanted For Exchange
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I'm looking for rainbow swiss chard seeds to trade.

I have red onion seeds, chocolate stripe tomato seeds and mini sweet pepper seeds, charleston grey watermelon seeds and acorn squash.
add to favorites Seeds Available to Trade For Exchange
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Hi, here is a list of the seeds I currently have to trade:

Tropical Fruit (Would need frost protection in zone 8 and lower):
Sugar Apple - Annona squamosa
Wampee - Clausena lansium
Black Sapote/Chocolate Persimmon - Diospyros digyna - just a few seeds
Texas Grapefruit - Citrus x paradisi
Tamarind - Tamarindus indica

Melons:
Charentais Melon
Texas Honeydew
Lemon Drop Melon

Fruits and Vegetables:
Autumn Bell Pepper
White Winter Radish
Luffah Squash (edible or dry to make luffah sponges)
Russian Olive - Elaeagnus angustifolia (not an Olive, but has edible fruit, perennial)

Texas Natives (non-edible):
Blue Bonnet - Lupinus Texensis
Texas Redbud - Cercis canadensis var. texensis
Texas Mountain Laurel - Sophora secundiflora
Mexican Buckeye - Ungnadia speciosa

I am mostly interested in seeds for unusual fruits and vegetables appropriate for zone 8 or 9. I live in Central Texas. Here are some some specific seeds I am looking for:

Fruits:

Abiurana (Pouteria bullata)
Barberry (Berberis species - aristata, buxifolia, darwinii, or vulgaris in particular)
Blue Elderberry (Sambucas caerulea)
Cambuca (Plinia edulis)
Yellow Cattley Guava (psidium cattleianum or lucinum)
Cherry Prinsepia (Prinsepia sinensis)
Chilean Guava (Ugni molinae/myrtus ugni)
Chilean Wineberry (Aristotelia chilenses)
Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata or Akebia trifoliata)
Creeping Raspberry (Rubus petalobus/rofei/calycinoides)
European Hackberry (Celtis australis)
Golden Currant (Ribes aureum)
Guava (Psidium guajava) - particularly Mexican Cream, Pink Tropic, Red Indian and other zone 8 varieties
Herbert River Cherry (Antidesma dallachyanum)
Indian Jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana)
Jacket Plum (Pappea cappensis)
Japanese Dogwood (Cornus kousa chinensis)
Jua (Ziziphus joazeiro)
Karanda (Carissa carandas)
Kei Apple (Dovyalis caffra)
Kwai Muk (Artocarpus hypargyraeus)
Mountain Soursop (Annona montana)
Mysore Raspberry (Rubus niveus)
Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense)
Otricoli Orange Berry (Solanum nigrum)
Passionflowers with edible fruit (Passiflora alata, tucemensis, lutea, elegans, herbertiana, mollisima)
Pera do campo (Eugenia klotzschiana)
Rumberry/Guavaberry (Myrciaria floribunda)
Seashore Palm (Allogoptera arenaria)
Stauntonia Vine (Stauntonia hexaphylla)
Tasmania Vine (Billardiera longiflora or Billardiera scandens)

Vegetables and Herbs:

Achoccha (Cylanthera pedata)
American Groundnut (Apios americana)
Ashitaba (Angelica keiskei koidzui)
Chinese Toon (Toona sinensis)
Crosnes (Stachys affinis)
Good King Henry (Chenopodium bonus-henricus)
Hog Peanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata)
Japanese Hakurei Turnips (Brassica rapa var rapifera)
Limoncillo (Pectis angustifolia)
Litchi Tomato (Solanum sisymbriifolium)
Mangelwurtzel (Beta vulgaris)
Mission Lettuce (Dudleya edulis)
Nine Star Perennial Broccoli (Brassica oleracea botrytis aparagoides)
Pink Purslane (Claytonia sibirica)
Perpetual Kale (Brassica oleracea ramosa)
Sea Kale (Crambe maritima)
Shishito Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
Siberian Pea Tree (Caragana arborescens - Lam.)
Skirret (Sium sisarum)
Tiger Nut (Cyperus esculentus)
Tomato - Currant Sweet Pea cultivar (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)
Trailing Bellflower (Campanula poscharskyana)
Wild Pepper Grass (Lepidium virginicum)

I prefer to trade several varieties of seed at once to keep postage reasonable, especially for international trades. Thanks!
add to favorites Egyptian Walking Onion Bulbs For Exchange
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I have Egyptian Walking Onion bubils available for exchange. If you don't have anything to exchange, I am also willing to send you some if you send me a few dollars via PayPal to cover shipping.

Here is my wish list:

bee balm
bay
lovage
fig leaf gourd
grape vine cuttings
oca
kefir grains
luffa
add to favorites Piel del sapo melon For Exchange
hello everyone :)
have fresh piel del sapo melon seeds
Spanish-style melon about the size and shape of a football with an attractive green, mottled, patterned skin (non-netted rind). Also known as Santa Claus, Christmas, Camouflage or Frog Skin, this delicious melon has pale green to white flesh that is very sweet, juicy and tender. Piel de Sapo melons have a super-sweet melon flavor with a juicy, honedew-like essence.
seeds are fresh 2014
want to change it for something interesting, or something from list:
melons
Afghan Honeydew Melon,Amarillo Oro Melon,Ananas D'Amerique A Chair Verte Melon, Apple Melon, Arancino Melon, Ashkahabad Melon, Banana Melon, Barese Melon, Bateekh Samarra Melon, Carosello Scopatizzo Barese Melon, Carosello Tonda di Fasano Melon, Casaba-Golden Beauty Melon, Cavaillon Espagnol Melon, Charentais Melon, Collective Farm Woman Melon, Crane Melon, Crenshaw Melon, D'Alger Melon, Delice De La Table Melon, Dosakai Melon,Early Frame Prescott Melon, Early Hanover Melon, Early Silver Line Melon, Emerald Gem Melon, Escondido Gold Melon, Gaucho Melon, Giant Katsura Melon, Indian Cream Cobra Melon, Ineya Melon, Iroquois Melon, Kajari Melon, Keli Kheli Melon, Malabar Vellary melon, Mango Melon (Vine Peach), Metki Dark Green Serpent Melon (Armenian), Nara Melon , Obus or Kroumir Melon, Oka Melon, Old Greek Melon, Orlinabel Melon, Panama Passionfruit Melon, Pear Melon, Plum Granny (Queen Anne) Melon, Prescott Fond Blanc Melon,Riddle Melon, Rugoso di Cosenza Melon, Sakata's Sweet Melon, Sierra Gold Melon, Sleeping Beauty Melon, Small Persian Melon, Tendral Verde Tardif Melon, Thai Golden Round Melon, Tigger Melon, Uzbek Sweetness Melon, Valencia Winter Melon, Yellow Canary Melon, Zatta Melon

Watermelons:
Ali Baba Watermelon, Arkansas Black Watermelon, Blacktail Mountain Watermelon, Charleston Gray Watermelon, Citron Watermelon, Congo Watermelon, Cream of Saskatchewan Watermelon, Daisy or Yellow Shipper Watermelon, Desert King Watermelon, Dixie Queen Watermelon, Early Moonbeam Watermelon, Fairfax Watermelon, Georgia Rattlesnake Watermelon, Golden Honey Watermelon, Golden Midget Watermelon, Hopi Yellow Watermelon, Irish Grey Watermelon, Japanese Cream Fleshed Suika Watermelon, Jubilee Bush Watermelon, Klondike Blue Ribbon Striped Watermelon, Ledmon Watermelon, Malali Watermelon, Melitopolski Watermelon, Missouri Heirloom Yellow Flesh Watermelon, Moon and Stars Watermelon, Moon and Stars Yellow Flesh Watermelon, Navajo Winter Watermelon, Orange Flesh Tendersweet Watermelon,Orangeglo Watermelon, Peacock Striped Watermelon, Royal Golden Watermelon, Scaly Bark Watermelon, Stone Mountain Watermelon, Takii Gem Watermelon, Tendergold Watermelon, Texas Golden Watermelon, White Sugar Lump Watermelon, White Wonder Watermelon.

or any interesanting tomato....
if you are interested pm me, im sure we will made a good deal for both
add to favorites rare Chinese chard or leaf beets For Exchange
Chinese Chard or Leaf Beets-cool season vegetable.
This is a very rare vegetable found in Hong Kong and southern China. I have been told it is called "Pig Mother" in literal translation. The Chinese name is niú pí cài or Ju Na Cai, 牛皮菜. It seems different villages call it by different names. Very pest and disease resistant including root knot nematode. Seeds harvested in May 2014. Great spinach substitute.

consider trades for something new.
add to favorites Free Giant Pumpkin Seed SASE! For Free
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Hi everyone! I'm pretty new but thought I'd try to do a free SASE to help other newbies out(you don't have to be a newbie though!).
ALL
add to favorites seeds exchange For Exchange
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Hi, I am in Bristol for a few days so if you are enclose to this city we can exchange seeds by hand without send Letter. I have turmeric roots, blueberry seeds, achiote (annato)seeds, mung bean seeds, butternut squash seeds and lin seeds. If you aren'near Bristol and you want to exchange seeds with me please contact me by mail.
add to favorites Tan Cheese Pumpkin Seeds For Exchange
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I will trade 20 Tan Cheese Pumpkin seeds for any kind of seeds. Let me know what you would like to trade.
Harvested in 2013
add to favorites rawitt hot chilli for sale For Sale
rawitt hot chilli (capsicum frustescens l.) belongs to the family of Eggplant-family (solanaceae). These plants include the annuals or short-lived plants that grow as shrubs/bushes, with a height of plants can reach 1.5 m.

harvested april 2014

usually use as sambal(hot shrimp paste) or other. taste is very hot.

available more than 10 pack, 100++perpack. $4.88 including shipping(handstamp). paypal is accepted.
add to favorites want to exchange For Exchange
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seeds i have:
1) pineapple melon
2) dessert melon
3) honey dew melon
4) watermelon Danka
5) Crimson sweet watermelon
6) ornamental gourd
7) white patison - Eva
8) chamomile
9) basil small leaf ( organic seed)
10) dill ( organic seed)
11) Kurt's gate pepper
12) pepper Novosadjanka
13) califonia miracle pepper
14) pepper krusnica
15) yelow feferona ( Serbian chili)
16) red feferona ( Serbian chili)
17) pepper Amphora
18) pepper Matica
19) spinach Matador
20) kohlrabi Viennese white
21) swiss chard silverleaf
22) cabbage Futoski
23) tomato Backa
24) tomato pegasus
25) mercado de paris carrot
26) cylinder beet
27) radish winter black
28) radish
29) zucchini
30) cucunber local tipe
31) cucunber pickles
32) eggplant semi-long

rastastr8@hotmail.com
add to favorites Unopened NK 4 pack carrot seed For Exchange
Retails in store for $5.99, Chantenay,Danvers,,Tendersweet,& Little Finger. Carrots in 65 to 73 days. I will trade for a pack of purple and pink zinnia, can be store bought seed or $3 in Paypal
add to favorites Seeds to trade For Exchange
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___HAVE___

Black Sapote/Chocolate Persimmon - Diospyros digyna

Red Custard Apple - Annona reticulata

Cherimoya - Annona cherimola

Kumquat - Citrus japonica

Russian Olive - Elaeagnus angustifolia (not an Olive, but has edible fruit)

Texas Mountain Laurel - Sophora secundiflora

Mexican Buckeye - Ungnadia speciosa

Blue Bonnet - Lupinus Texensis

Corn - Peaches and Cream Hybrid Variety



___WANT___

We are mostly interested in unusual fruits and vegetables appropriate for zone 8 or 9. Here are some some specific seeds we are looking for:

Fruits:
Abiurana (Pouteria bullata)
Ambarella (Spondias dulcis)
Barberry (Berberis species – aristata, buxifolia, darwinii, or vulgaris in particular)
Blue Elderberry (Sambucas caerulea)
Cambuca (Plinia edulis)
Cattley Guava/strawberry guava (psidium cattleianum or lucinum)
Cherry Prinsepia (Prinsepia sinensis)
Chilean Guava (Ugni molinae/myrtus ugni)
Chilean Wineberry (Aristotelia chilenses)
Chinquapin (Castanea pumila)
Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata or Akebia trifoliata)
Cocoplum (Chrysoblanus icaro)
Creeping Raspberry (Rubus petalobus/rofei/calycinoides)
European Hackberry (Celtis australis)
Golden Currant (Ribes aureum)
Guabiyu (Myrcianthes pungens)
Guava (Psidium guajava) – particularly Mexican Cream, Pink Tropic, Red Indian and other zone 8 varieties
Herbert River Cherry (Antidesma dallachyanum)
Indian Jujube (Ziziphus mauritiana)
Jacket Plum (Pappea cappensis)
Japanese Dogwood (Cornus kousa chinensis)
Jua (Ziziphus joazeiro)
Karanda (Carissa carandas)
Kei Apple (Dovyalis caffra)
Kwai Muk (Artocarpus hypargyraeus)
Mountain Soursop (Annona montana)
Mysore Raspberry (Rubus niveus)
Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense)
Otricoli Orange Berry (Solanum nigrum)
Passionflowers with edible fruit (Passiflora alata, tucemensis, lutea, elegans, herbertiana, mollisima)
Pera do campo (Eugenia klotzschiana)
Rumberry/Guavaberry (Myrciaria floribunda)
Seashore Palm (Allogoptera arenaria)
Stauntonia Vine (Stauntonia hexaphylla)
Tasmania Vine (Billardiera longiflora or Billardiera scandens)

Vegetables and Herbs:
Achoccha (Cylanthera pedata)
American Groundnut (Apios americana)
Ashitaba (Angelica keiskei koidzui)
Chinese Toon (Toona sinensis)
Crosnes (Stachys affinis)
Good King Henry (Chenopodium bonus-henricus)
Hog Peanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata)
Japanese Hakurei Turnips (Brassica rapa var rapifera)
Limoncillo (Pectis angustifolia)
Litchi Tomato (Solanum sisymbriifolium)
Mangelwurtzel (Beta vulgaris)
Mission Lettuce (Dudleya edulis)
Nine Star Perennial Broccoli (Brassica oleracea botrytis aparagoides)
Pink Purslane (Claytonia sibirica)
Perpetual Kale (Brassica oleracea ramosa)
Sea Kale (Crambe maritima)
Shishito Pepper (Capsicum annuum)
Siberian Pea Tree (Caragana arborescens - Lam.)
Skirret (Sium sisarum)
Tiger Nut (Cyperus esculentus)
Tomato – Currant Sweet Pea cultivar (Lycopersicon lycopersicum)
Trailing Bellflower (Campanula poscharskyana)
Wild Pepper Grass (Lepidium virginicum)


For international trades, I would prefer to trade several different types of seed at a time, to make shipping costs more affordable. I am located in Texas, USA.
add to favorites African Horned Jelly Melon 2013 seeds For Exchange
African Horned Jelly Melon, taste like a slight sour lime jello ,grown like watermelons, actually a cucumber
Have) Tomato:Italian Paste & Roma
Peppers-Black Olive ornamental pepper,decorative,edible,potted with purple leaves & small flowers,bears conical red , orange & purple peppers, bring inside before frost, becomes dormant in the winter here in IN
Cucumbers- straight eight, muncher
Melons-Moon & stars , Sugar Baby
Canteloupes-Hales Best Jumbo,Sierra Gold Specialty melons-Charentais,Ha ogdens
Strawberry Seed-Delicious
Cabbage -Flat Dutch
Broccoli/Calabrese & Waltham
Radish-Cherry Belle
Peas-melting snow & Sugar Snap
Carrots-Danver long, tendersweet, chantenney, little fingers
Lettuce-Merveille De Four Season , Iceberg
Arugula, Spinach-Bordeaux
Mustard greens-Ruby streaks
Mustards-gai choy & red giant tatsoi choy
Dill, Basil-opal , Sweet basil,rosemary, fennel, Romero ,cliantro

WANT)Purple and pink zinnias,Gaillardia,Physostegia-crown of snow ,Cat grass ,not nip ,Celery, & Brussel Sprouts, if you don't have what I want feel free to purchase packs of flowers If you are new to Saving seed , I will put together a wide varity pack in exchange for a couple packs of store purchased zinnias
add to favorites Last Years Organic Grown Chard a bumper crop (2013) For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
This is a Ruby Red/ Neon glow mix which has shiny, green, ribbed leaves, with petioles that range from white to yellow to red. If you have never grown chard or eaten it; the way we like to prepare it is steamed, it tastes like "buttery spinach." It is very easy to grow with little care necessary and produces prolifically. Fairly winter hardy in the southern continental U.S. My 2014 season is ending now and a new batch of seed will be available in 4-6 weeks, however I have a lot of seed from last years crop available. I'm offering packs of 300 seeds for U.S. "64 & before (mercury)silver dimes" or Canadian equivalent. Money orders and cash $3.50 + $1.00 S&H per 300 lot pack [inquire for prices on larger quantities]. For inquiries email greenmangolden@gmail.com I have other items for sale & trade contact me for details ~ be sure to include your offerings for trade. Mail orders send to: Herbal Alchemyst 3916 Emoty Rd. El Paso, Tx 79922
add to favorites Copia yellow/orange striped/motled tomato - indeterminant - 20+ seeds For Exchange
Copia is a Beautiful bicolor slicer, streaked in glowing gold and crimson, created and stabilized by Jeff Dawson from a cross between Marvel Stripe and Green Zebra. It is sweet, and juicy, with a red and yellow swirled flesh. Excellent clean flavor. Indeterminate. 85 days The one in the photo is very ripe, so the striping has been minimized. 20+ seeds per pack FOR SALE $1.50 for shipping, envelope & packing, through paypal. Or TRADE for.. 1. Rose Quartz Cherry Tomato 2. Whippersnapper Tomato 3. "grain" seeds, millet, wheat, sorgum, amaranth, etc 4. comfrey root cuttings, or seeds 5. NON hybrid DETERMINANT tomatoes 6. Turkish Striped Monestery tomato 7. goose creek tomato 8. Gogoshai tomato 9. chives 10. garlic 11. Peach type tomatoes, like Garden Peach 12. Topaz tomato (violet Jasper sibling) 13. Brad Gates tomatoes, Large Barred boar, fuzzy boars, Michael Polan, Berkeley tie dye, berkely tye dye OXHEART, Black & Brown Boar Tomato, Dino Eggs Tomato, Furry Red Boar Tomato, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye Striped Tomato, etc. I need pretty much any of his, except Green Zebra 14. Gypsy tomato 15. Zapotec pleated tomato 16. accordian tomato 17. Stick/curl tomato 18. Striped Roman paste tomato 19. Sweet Carneros Pink 20. Sweet Solano (AAA) 21. Albenga Oxheart Tomato 22. Amana Orange Beefsteak 23. Anna Russian Tomato 24. Woodle orange Tomato 25. Azoychka yellow tomato 26. Black Aztec (Negro Azteca) Cherry Tomato 27. Belarus Orange 1 Tomato 28. Black Zebra CHERRY Tomato 29. Bradley Red Tomato 30. Chocolate Cherry Tomato 31. Chudo Rynka Large Red-Orange Cherry Tomato 32. Costoluto Genovese Red Tomato 33. Csikos Botermo Striped Tomato 34. Cuban Black Tomato 35. Earl's Faux Pink Beefsteak 36. Efemer "unusual" Russian Red Tomato 37. Efiop (Black Plum) Tomato 38. Feuerwerk ("Firework" in german) Tomato 39. Gulf State Market Red Tomato 40. Haley's Purple Comet Cherry Tomato 41. Hard Rock Red Dwarf Tomato 42. Holyland Red Tomato 43. Isis Candy Orangish Yellow Cherry 44. Kentucky Beefsteak Yellow Orange Tomato 45. Kibits Reddish Orange Tomato 46. Lutescente Red Tomato 47. Nature's Riddle Bicolor Pink & Yellow Beefsteak 48. Old German Bicolor Heirloom 49. Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge Bicolor Tomato 50. Pacara Bicolor Red & Green Tomato 51. Peach Blow (Sutton's) Tomato 52. Pink Flamingo Tomato 54. Pink Ponderosa (Henerson's) beefsteak 55. Plum Lemon tomato 56. Pruden's Purple 57. Roughwood Golden Tiger Red & Orange Striped Tomato 58. Sabre Ukrainian (Sabelka) Large Reddish Orange Paste Type Tomato 59. Schimmeig Red & Orange Striped Hollow "Stuffing" Tomato (striped cavern) 60. 61. FAIR EXCHANGE for something I don't have. What do you have?
add to favorites Silvery Fir Tree Tomato - grows to only 18", silver cast, "lacy" foliage, red fruit, 20+ seeds For Exchange
NO MORE UNTIL 2015! WHEN THIS CAPS NOTE IS GONE, THEY WILL BE AVAILABLE AGAIN.

Silvery Fir Tree - Compact/Determinant, early, prolific 24" plants for space-challenged gardeners! Heavy crops of round 3-inch slightly flattened, deep red fruits. Distinctive fern-like foliage. Because of their short stature, this variety will be a great candidate for container and indoor growing. This variety was brought to the US, by a seeds woman from Russia, some years ago. 60 days! I grow the "mother" plants myself, using organic methods, including VEGAN only (NO blood, bone, feather or fish meals) fertilizers, namely worm castings, and rabbit manure, from pet rabbits fed organic diet, such as radish tops, carrot peels, baked potato skins, parsley, basil stems, etc. I used no chemical fertilizers or pesticides at all. I don't even use "farm animal" manures, because poultry & bovine manures are a by product of meat animals. I may not get huge yields, but I get enough from only 1 starting seed. 20+ seeds per pack FOR SALE $1.50 for shipping, envelope & packing, through paypal. Or TRADE for.. 1. Rose Quartz Cherry Tomato 2. Whippersnapper Tomato 3. "grain" seeds, millet, wheat, sorgum, amaranth, etc 4. Comfrey root cuttings, or seeds 5. NON hybrid DETERMINANT tomatoes 6. Turkish Striped Monestery tomato 7. Goose creek tomato 8. Gogoshai tomato 9. Chives 10. Garlic 11. Peach type tomatoes, like Garden Peach 12. Topaz tomato (violet Jasper sibling) 13. Brad Gates tomatoes, Large Barred boar, fuzzy boars, Michael Polan, Berkeley tie dye, berkely tye dye OXHEART, Black & Brown Boar Tomato, Dino Eggs Tomato, Furry Red Boar Tomato, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye Striped Tomato, etc. I need pretty much any of his, except Green Zebra 14. Gypsy tomato 15. Zapotec pleated tomato 16. Accordian tomato 17. Stick/curl tomato 18. Striped Roman paste tomato 19. Sweet Carneros Pink 20. Sweet Solano (AAA) 21. Albenga Oxheart Tomato 22. Amana Orange Beefsteak 23. Anna Russian Tomato 24. Woodle orange Tomato 25. Azoychka yellow tomato 26. Black Aztec (Negro Azteca) Cherry Tomato 27. Belarus Orange 1 Tomato 28. Black Zebra CHERRY Tomato 29. Bradley Red Tomato 30. Chocolate Cherry Tomato 31. Chudo Rynka Large Red-Orange Cherry Tomato 32. Costoluto Genovese Red Tomato 33. Csikos Botermo Striped Tomato 34. Cuban Black Tomato 35. Earl's Faux Pink Beefsteak 36. Efemer "unusual" Russian Red Tomato 37. Efiop (Black Plum) Tomato 38. Feuerwerk ("Firework" in German) Tomato 39. Gulf State Market Red Tomato 40. Haley's Purple Comet Cherry Tomato 41. Hard Rock Red Dwarf Tomato 42. Holyland Red Tomato 43. Isis Candy Orangish Yellow Cherry 44. Kentucky Beefsteak Yellow Orange Tomato 45. Kibits Reddish Orange Tomato 46. Lutescente Red Tomato 47. Nature's Riddle Bicolor Pink & Yellow Beefsteak 48. Old German Bicolor Heirloom 49. Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge Bicolor Tomato 50. Pacara Bicolor Red & Green Tomato 51. Peach Blow (Sutton's) Tomato 52. Pink Flamingo Tomato 54. Pink Ponderosa (Henerson's) beefsteak 55. Plum Lemon tomato 56. Pruden's Purple 57. Roughwood Golden Tiger Red & Orange Striped Tomato 58. Sabre Ukrainian (Sabelka) Large Reddish Orange Paste Type Tomato 59. Schimmeig Red & Orange Striped Hollow "Stuffing" Tomato (striped cavern) 60. 61. FAIR EXCHANGE for something I don't have. What do you have?
add to favorites Heirloom seeds for exchange For Exchange
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I am looking to trade my veggies and flowers for any other heirloom variety.All my seeds are GMO free and have been passed down over generations, I have been studying these plants for 3 years and have been actively seeking them out. Here is what I have:

Tomato:
-Roma
-Pink Brandywine
-Big Rainbow
-Pruden's Purple
-Tomato Fantome du Laos
-Tomato Malakhilovaya Shkatvlka
-Oxheart
-Bradley
-Homestead
-Black Krim
-Mr. Stripy
-Yellow Brandywine

Corn
-County Gentleman

Beans
-Long Bean Chinese Green Noodle
-Jefferson Running Lima

Squash
-Patissons Panache Jaune Et Vert Scallop

Melons
-Black Diamond
-Watermelon Golden Midget
-Old Timey Sweet Hale Cantaloupes

Greens/Onion
-Red Romaine
-Red Of Florence Onion
-Purple Of Sicily Cauliflower

Flowers
-Purple & White Angels Trumpet
-Foxglove
-Evening Sun Sunflower


Feel free to contact me
add to favorites Heirloom Tomatoes and Peppers For Exchange
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Hello everyone. I am here to look for some trades to further increase my collection of heirloom seeds. I am interested in most any type of pepper, tomato, or squash. I have a limited supply of seeds so I will only be able to do small amounts of seed exchanges (5-15 seeds depending on the seeds interested in).
This is the list of what I have:
• TOMATOES:
• SAN MARZANO
• DIXIE GOLDEN GIANT
• CHINESE PASTE
• ZHEFEN SHORT
• SPOON CURRANT
• ISIS CANDY
• GREEN GIANT
• ANGEL HEART (ARTISAN)
• SNOW WHITE CHERRY
• ORANGE BANANA
• CREAM SAUSAGE
• AZOYCHKA
• CASPIAN PINK (VERY FEW/ MORE THIS FALL)
• PURPLE RUSSIAN
• VIRGINIA SWEET
• OLD BROOKS
• WALTER’S CANDY STRIPE
• DJENA LEE’S GOLDEN GIRL
• HILLBILLY
• EARLY ANNIE
• BLACK CHERRY
• MONASTERY BEEFSTEAK
• NEBRASKA WEDDING
• GINGERSNAP (ARTISAN)
• HAWAIIAN CURRANT
• DAGMAS PERFECTION
• AMISH PASTE
• GOLDEN GRAPE
• CAPTAIN LUCKY (ARTISAN)
• COYOTE CURRANT
• BLONDKOPFCHEN
• ALICANTE
• GREEN ZEBRA
• PINK BRANDYWINE
• YELLOW PEAR
• GOLDEN JUBILEE
• LARGE RED CHERRY
• MR STRIPEY
• RED GRAPE
• RUTGER’S
• CHEROKEE PURPLE
• INDIGO ROSE
• THESSALONIKI
• GIANT BELGIUM
• WUHIB
• COSTOLUTO FIORENTINO
• MORTGAGE LIFTER
• TIGERELLA (UK VARIETY)
• MANITOBA
• TRIP-L CROP
• BLACK KRIM
• EMERALD EVERGREEN
• OREGAN SPRING
• BEEFSTEAK
• KELLOGG’S BEEFSTEAK
• BLACK PRINCE
• PINK ACCORDION (MORE LATER THIS FALL)

• PEPPERS:
• GOLDEN CALIFORNIA
• POBLANO
• CUBANELLE
• CALIFORNIA WONDER BELL
• SERRANO CHILI
• LONG THICK CAYENNE
• ANNAHEIM CHILI
• JEFF’S SUPER CHILI
• ORANGE HABANERO
• JALAPENO
• SWEET BANANA
• CHILI DE ARBOL
• SANAAM CHILI
• HAWAIIAN CHILI
• YELLOW SCOTCH BONNET
• CHERRY BOMB
• DORSET NAGA
• BIG SWEET PEPPERS (RED/YELLOW MIX)
• ORANGE SWEET BELL
• RED SNACKING
• CARIBBEAN RED HABANERO

• SQUASH:
• TABLE QUEEN ACORN
• BLACK BEAUTY ZUCCHINI
• DARK GREEN ZUCCHINI
• JACK-O-LANTERN
• PATTYPAN/ WHITE BUSH SCALLOP
• SPAGHETTI
• YELLOW STRAIGHTNECK
• SMALL SUGAR PUMKIN
• BIG BLUE HUBBARD
• BOSTON MARROW (MORE LATER THIS FALL)
• DELICATA
• PINK BANANA

• CORN:
• STRAWBERRY POPCORN
• GLASS GEM

• ONION:
• RED CREOLE
• WHITE LISBON BUNCHING
• SWEET SPANISH
• AMERICAN FLAG LEEK

• BROCCOLI, CABBAGE, CUCUMBER:
• WISCONSIN SMR 58 CUCUMBER
• NATIONAL PICKLING CUCUMBER
• POINSETT CUCUMBER
• ROMANESCO BROCCOLI
• CALABRESE GREEN SPROUTING BROCCOLI
• EARLY GOLDEN ACRE CABBAGE
• NAPA CABBAGE

• MISC VEGGIES:
• TENDERGREEN IMPROVED GARDEN BEAN
• BLUE LAKE STRINGLESS GARDEN BEAN
• EARLY WHITE VIENNA KOHLRABI
• BLACK BEAUTY EGGPLANT
• ASIAN EGGPLANT
• WHITE TIP SPARKLER RADISH
• ROQUETTE ARUGULA
• GRAND RAPIDS LEAF LETTUCE
• SIMPSONS CURLED LETTUCE
• TENDERGREEN MUSTARD SPINACH
• IMPERIAL 45 CANTALOPE
• CLEMSON SPINELESS OKRA
• CATSKILL BRUSSEL SPROUTS
• PURPLE TOMATILLO
• VERDE TOMATILLO

• TREES:
• GOLDEN RAIN TREE
• GOLDEN CHAIN TREE
• CHOKECHERRY TREE
• BLACK ELDERBERRY
• CATALPA TREE
• PINK OLEANDER
• ROSE OF SHARON
• MIMOSA TREE
• ROYAL EMPRESS/ POULOWNIA

• FLOWERS:
• FOXGLOVE (MIXED COLORS)
• LACY PHACELIA
• SENSATION COSMOS
• ANNUAL FIRMAMENT FORGET-ME-NOT
• ORANGE CALIFORNIA POPPY
• MAMMOTH RUSSIAN SUNFLOWER
• LOVE LIES BLEEDING

Some of the Seeds I'm most looking for include:
Tomato:
White Zebra
Purple Calabash
Marizol Gold
Feuerwerk
Orange Minsk
Black From Tula
Black Ethiopian
Black Seaman
Riesenstraube
White Queen
Paul Robeson
Omar's Lebanese
Cuban Black
Absinthe

Peppers:
Any Type of Paprika
Corno Di Toro
Fish Peppers

Squash:
Anything odd or different from what I have.

All my seeds were harvested for 2014 growing season. Some I harvested myself other I have gotten from friends. I have tested all seeds for viability to make sure they grow. All are doing great. In many cases, every seed planted sprouted up.
add to favorites Painted Mountain Corn, Russian Sorrel For Exchange
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Will swap Painted Mountain Corn, organically grown in zone 5. Originally developed for zone 4, it can be planted before the last frost. Beautiful Indian corn, for corn on the cob or flour corn - Makes the best pancakes! The most genetically diverse corn out there. Dependable yielder, most have two ears, and still produce if blown down. Blue, black, purple, reds, yellows, white kernels. High in anthocyanadins according to the wonderful guy who developed this. Genetic base is heirloom Indian corns - see website. 2013 seed. Refrigerated.
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add to favorites Tomato seeds for any veggie seed For Exchange
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Hi, I am starting a community vertical garden open to all. I don't have a lot of seeds to trade, but do have a few of several interesting tomatoes (can offer 4-5 of any tomato seed). If anyone has seeds to spare and wants to support a community garden, I can trade, take donations and pay shipping or will pay an affordable price for your seeds. (I have Paypal). I'd love a nice variety for a starting-out garden. Please contact me with interest. Thank you!

I have Tomatoes (a few seeds of each):
Cherokee Purple
Tigerella
Jetsetter OP
Earliana
Unknown Dark Tomato
Azoychka Tomato
San Marzano Bush
Ohio Red

I seek anything, including but not limited to:
Peppers - hot and mild
lettuce
carrots - colorful
cucumber
herbs - any
spinach
anything else for zone 5 growing!
5
add to favorites 50 Red cherry tomatoes For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
I have a huge bundle of 1200 cherry tomato seeds. These are a common, perectly round hybrid types, and are very easy to grow. They are sweet, and have a soft texture.
wide range
add to favorites wanted For Exchange
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Absolutely new to seed exchange nearly new to seed saving. I have large garden space to fill and I'm interested in any and all heirloom vegetables or small fruits like strawberries. Currently I have available my first seed saving project giant marconi cross pepper seed. These pepper seed were harvested in 2012 and are what I have left 10-20 seed per pack multiple packs available. The pepper fruits are very large like the giant marconi mother plant and mildly hot presumably like the father plant. Not germination tested for 2014 although 100% of the seed I planted 2013 produced plants. I prefer to trade for jerusalem artichoke, rare heirloom melons, or rare heirloom tomatoes. I will consider other trades or will sell for $2.00/pk if you supply a bubble envelope and postage back to you.
add to favorites "Indoor Red Cherry" unknown origins - parent did VERY well, growing inside, in the winter in low light - parent was acting like a determinant For Exchange
I cannot guaruntee anything about this one, as it just appeared/grew among my seedlings.

It could have been a wrong seed in a pack I got, or I dropped a "large red cherry" seed, or a Chadwick Cherry seed. Those are the only red cherry seeds I have.

Anyway, one plant of short stature, produced around 30 cherry tomatoes, before finally dying on it's own, about a year later (fall started-fall died.

I'm growing out 5 seeds/seedlings from this parent, and should be able to tell if the offspring behave the same as the parent.

If you want known varieties, it may not be for you, but if you want a food plant, the parent was a great producer.

It was even kind enough to ripen around 3 at a time, so it could be harvested on a "rolling" basis. This is great for one-3 people to have a fresh tomato at the same time. Maybe it's semi determinant. It didn't ripen all 30 at the same time.

So, it's not for mass harvest of fruit either.

It's a long term trooper.

The parent grew it's whole life in a pot, and was maybe 2 feet tall by 2 feet wide.

20+ seeds per pack FOR SALE $1.50 for shipping, envelope & packing, through paypal. Or TRADE for.. 1. Rose Quartz Cherry Tomato 2. Whippersnapper Tomato 3. "grain" seeds, millet, wheat, sorgum, amaranth, etc 4. comfrey root cuttings, or seeds 5. NON hybrid DETERMINANT tomatoes 6. Turkish Striped Monestery tomato 7. goose creek tomato 8. Gogoshai tomato 9. chives 10. garlic 11. Peach type tomatoes, like Garden Peach 12. Topaz tomato (violet Jasper sibling) 13. Brad Gates tomatoes, Large Barred boar, fuzzy boars, Michael Polan, Berkeley tie dye, berkely tye dye OXHEART, Black & Brown Boar Tomato, Dino Eggs Tomato, Furry Red Boar Tomato, Pink Berkeley Tie Dye Striped Tomato, etc. I need pretty much any of his, except Green Zebra 14. Gypsy tomato 15. Zapotec pleated tomato 16. accordian tomato 17. Stick/curl tomato 18. Striped Roman paste tomato 19. Sweet Carneros Pink 20. Sweet Solano (AAA) 21. Albenga Oxheart Tomato 22. Amana Orange Beefsteak 23. Anna Russian Tomato 24. Woodle orange Tomato 25. Azoychka yellow tomato 26. Black Aztec (Negro Azteca) Cherry Tomato 27. Belarus Orange 1 Tomato 28. Black Zebra CHERRY Tomato 29. Bradley Red Tomato 30. Chocolate Cherry Tomato 31. Chudo Rynka Large Red-Orange Cherry Tomato 32. Costoluto Genovese Red Tomato 33. Csikos Botermo Striped Tomato 34. Cuban Black Tomato 35. Earl's Faux Pink Beefsteak 36. Efemer "unusual" Russian Red Tomato 37. Efiop (Black Plum) Tomato 38. Feuerwerk ("Firework" in german) Tomato 39. Gulf State Market Red Tomato 40. Haley's Purple Comet Cherry Tomato 41. Hard Rock Red Dwarf Tomato 42. Holyland Red Tomato 43. Isis Candy Orangish Yellow Cherry 44. Kentucky Beefsteak Yellow Orange Tomato 45. Kibits Reddish Orange Tomato 46. Lutescente Red Tomato 47. Nature's Riddle Bicolor Pink & Yellow Beefsteak 48. Old German Bicolor Heirloom 49. Orange Fleshed Purple Smudge Bicolor Tomato 50. Pacara Bicolor Red & Green Tomato 51. Peach Blow (Sutton's) Tomato 52. Pink Flamingo Tomato 54. Pink Ponderosa (Henerson's) beefsteak 55. Plum Lemon tomato 56. Pruden's Purple 57. Roughwood Golden Tiger Red & Orange Striped Tomato 58. Sabre Ukrainian (Sabelka) Large Reddish Orange Paste Type Tomato 59. Schimmeig Red & Orange Striped Hollow "Stuffing" Tomato (striped cavern) 60. 61. FAIR EXCHANGE for something I don't have. What do you have?
add to favorites Short N' Sweet Carrots For Exchange
Small sweet carrots that are fairly easy to grow. They look very small, but they are plump and crispy. Good eaten with salads, steamed or eaten raw. A good heirloom for small growers.
In return I really want spinach or any of the following. If you don't have any of the following, just reply with what you have.TOMATOES
TOMATOES
-Pink brandywine
-sweet 100
-Eva purple ball
-Hughs
-Yellow Brandywine
-Sun Sugar
-Black pearl
-Any green or bicolor tomatoes

VEGTABLES
-artichoke
-peas
-asparagus
-potatoes

HERBS
-any medical uses herbs
-echanatia
-catnip
-bee balm
-lemon thyme
-ciltrano
-thai basil
-lemon grass

SPINACH
-Purple Italian globe
-green globe
-any other spinach

LETTUCE
-cress
-butter lettuce-aka-Boston lettuce
-mache (French)
-Oak leaf lettuce
-Merveille des Quatres Saisons

BERRIES
-yellow or purple raspberries
-Boyne raspberries
-black raspberries or Black Hawk
-Brigitta blueberries
-Auraura blueberries
-Ozark beauty strawberries
-Honeoye strawberries
-Apache blackberries
-Red currants
-Gooseberry
-ground cherry

FRUIT
-plum
-pear
-cherry

TROPICAL:
-coffee beans
-Papaya
-loquat
-lychee
-starfruit
-pomegranate
-mimosa
5-6+
add to favorites Scirpidiella's Seeds - Seeds of rare exotic or wild edible plants and some ornamental For Sale
The seeds of numerous very rare, often edible plants. Many of them were harvested from a wild state in Poland. Also rare exotic species of vegetables and ornamentals.
List of seeds (in alphabetical order of Latin names):
Bishop's Goutweed – Aegopodium podagraria – rare vegetable – 200 seeds (harvested in 2013)
Mouse Garlic, Edged Garlic – Allium angulosum – evergreen bulb perennial (frost hardy to zone 5), rare vegetable (bulbs, leaves, and inflorescences – raw, cooked or salted), repel insects and moles, rare plant – 50 seeds (2013)
Wild Field Garlic – Allium oleraceum – rare spice – 100 seeds (2012)
Wild Field Garlic – Allium oleraceum – rare spice – 200 aerial bulbils (2013)
Crow Garlic, Wild Onion – Allium vineale – rare spice – 50 seeds (2012)
Crow Garlic, Wild Onion – Allium vineale – rare spice – 100 aerial bulbils (2013)
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)
Livid Amaranth, Wild Blite – Amaranthus ascendens – annual procumbent wild Chinese and Indian vegetable (young shoots), medieval vegetable in Central Europe – 30 seeds (2008)
Green Amaranth– Amaranthus chlorostachys – rare vegetable and cereal (wild form) 100 seeds (2012)
Wild Angelica, Woodland Angelica, Ground Ash, Holy Ghost – Angelica sylvestris – wild 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)
Asian Belladonna – Anisodus luridus – very ornamental, frost hardy (zone 6 and more), tall (6ft) perennial – 20 seeds (2011)
Wild Chervil – Anthriscus sylvestris – rare vegetable – 200 fresh seeds (2013)
Hastate Orach – Atriplex hastata – rare wild 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)
Sea Beet, Wild Beet – Beta maritima – perennial (hardy to zone 5), delicious spinach substitute (leaves eaten raw or cooked), tasty root vegetable – 20 seeds (2013)
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 (2013)
Wild Marigold, Field Marigold – Calendula arvensis – rare vegetable, spice and ornamental annual plant – 100 seeds (2010)
Creeping Bellflower – Campanula rapunculoides – rare root vegetable (thick, white, carrot like roots with mild sweet taste) – 150 seeds (2012)
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)
Tree Chili Pepper – Capsicum pubescens “Orange Locoto” – tropical perennial, very hot orange juicy fruits (5cm=2inch diameter) with pleasant aroma – 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 (2013)
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 wild 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 – wild form – 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 wild 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 – wild 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 wild tuber and leaf vegetable – 30 seeds (2011)
Plume Thistle, Brook Thistle – Cirsium rivulare – rare wild leaf vegetable and ornamental – 30 seeds (2013)
Common Thistle, Bull Thistle, Scotch Thistle – Cirsium vulgare – rare wild tasty root vegetable – 15 seeds (2012)
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)
Scarlet Hawthorn – Crataegus cf. coccinea – deciduous shrub to 7m (23ft) tall, frost hardy to zone 5, delicious succulent large fruits – 30 seeds (2013)
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 – Silver Edge Squash – ornamental and edible (flesh and large seeds) – 15 seeds (2012)

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 (2012)

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

Wild Squash – Cucurbita moschata – small (apple size) edible and ornamental fruits – 7 seeds (2013)
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)
Mock Strawberry – Duchesnea indica – very ornamental, edible fruits – 50 seeds (2013)
Wild Balsam Apple – Echinopepon wrightii – rare ornamental climber with prickly fruits – 10 seeds (2012)
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 – extremely rare ornamental biennial herb (frost hardy to zone 6a), flowers giving off a pleasing fragrance, drought resistant – 100 seeds (2007)
Black Bindweed – Fallopia convolvulus - rare pseudo-cereal (tasty seeds edible when threshed and boiled), poor soil and drought resistant – 50 seeds (2013)
Green Strawberry, Wild Strawberry – Fragaria viridis (syn. F. collina) – tasty large fruits (original aroma, very different than common Wild Strawberry – F. vesca) – 40 seeds (2013)
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 diversifolia subsp. suborbiculata – rarity edible, medicinal and ornamental annual plant (to 3m = 10ft high) – 15 seeds (2009)
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 – 200 fresh seeds (2013)
Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides – a rare climber vegetable – 100 seeds (2013)
Wild Caucasian Spinach – Hablitzia tamnoides – wild variety – 25 seeds (2013)
Tall Sunflower – Helianthus giganteus – rare root vegetable and ornamental – 25 seeds (2013)
Eltrot, Hogweed – Heracleum sphondylium – rare wild 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)
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)
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)
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)
Vervain Mallow – Malva alcea – rare ornamental and edible plant – 50 seeds (2012)
Mallow, French Hollyhock – Malva mauritiana – very ornamental – 50 seeds (2010)
Dwarf Mallow – Malva pusilla – very delicious wild vegetable (the best taste in genus Malva) – 50 seeds (2007)
High Mallow, Tall Mallow, Common Mallow – Malva sylvestris – wild vegetable (leaves – raw or cooked, flowers – raw), tea substitute, biennial/perennial plant (hardy to zone 5) – 50 seeds (2013)
Bur Medick, Clover Burr, Goldfields Medic, Kalgoorlie Clover, Woolly Trefoil, Burclover, Little Bur Medick, Little Medick, Small Medick, Woolly Bur Medick. - Medicago minima - 200-400 seeds (50 seed-pods) (2007)
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, wild 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 wild Chinese leaf vegetable – 50 seeds (2012)
Rock Nettle – Nasa triphylla – rare ornamental annual garden plant – 15 seeds (2012)
Wild Catmint – Nepeta cataria – wild variety – 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)
Large–flowered Evening–primrose – Oenothera glazoviana – rare ornamental biennial plant – 150 seeds (2011)
White Lace Flower – Orlaya grandiflora – rare ornamental – 40 seeds (2010)
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 wild 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 – wild form – 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)
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), drought resistant – 25 seeds (2013)
Strawberry Tomato – Physalis pruinosa – very tasty rare fruit – 30 seeds (2010)
Smooth Purple Ground Cherry – Physalis subglabrata – rare edible fruit, rarity – 25 seeds (2010)
Black Pimpinella Solidstem Burnet Saxifrage – Pimpinella nigra – rare aromatic spice (roots, leaves and seeds) – 30 seeds (2012)
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)
Proboscidea lousianica – Unicorn Plant, Devil’s Claws – rare vegetable (young fruits), corn (black seeds) and ornamental plant (large bunches of flowers and odd beautiful fruits with 2 claws) – 15 seeds (2012)
Sweet Grass, Reflexed Salt Grass – Puccinellia distans (syn. Glyceria distans) – heirloom Indian cereal (tasty grains) – 200 seeds (2013)
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 wild 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)
Golden Dock – Rumex maritimus – rare wild vegetable, corn and ornamental, aphrodisiac – 100 seeds (2011)
Bloody Dock, Blood Dock, Bloodwort, Bloody Wood Dock – Rumex sanguineus – rare vegetable and ornamental – 100 seeds (2011)
Arrow Head - Sagittaria sagittifolia - wild aquatic 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 wild vegetable – 25 seeds (2013)
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 (wild form), very frost hardy – 30 fresh seeds (2012)
Wood Ragwort, Fuchs’ Groundsel – Senecio nemorensis subsp. fuchsii – rare ornamental perennial 0,5–2m (2–7ft) high (wild form), hardy (zones 6 and warmer) – 50 fresh seeds (2012)
Fen Ragwort – Senecio paludosus – very rare ornamental perennial 2–7ft high (wild form), 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 – tasty leaf vegetable from Alps – 50 seeds (2012)
Bastard 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)
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 – 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 – 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)
Garden Huckleberry – Solanum melanocerasum – edible tasty fruit (annual) – 100 seeds (2010)

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, Hairy 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)
Chichiquelite Huckleberry – Solanum species – very tasty rare fruit, annual – 50 seeds (2010)
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 – wild 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 - wild aquatic root vegetable - 100 seeds (2012)
Wood Betony – Stachys officinalis (syn. Betonica o.) – delicious tea substitute (refreshing and aromatic), ornamental perennial to 0,6m (2ft) tall (frost hardy to zone 5) – 500 seeds (2013)
Marsh Woundwort – Stachys palustris – tasty, tuber, wild rare vegetable – 50 seeds (2013)
Asparagus Pea - Tetragonolobus purpureus - annual vegetable (young pods) and ornamental plant - 25 seeds (2011)
Greater Meadow Rue - Thalictrum aquilegiifolium - wild form – 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 (=22ft) long – 20 seeds (2013)
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 – wild 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 - wild tasty root vegetable, very ornamental – 30 seeds (2013)
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 – wild 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 – 10 seeds (2013)
Wild Corn Salad, Wild Lamb’s Lettuce – Valerianella locusta – leaf vegetable, wild type – 50 seeds (2013)
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 – wild form, 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 – wild leguminous vegetable (tasty boiled seeds used like lentils) – 100 seeds (2013)
Fine–Leaved Vetch – Vicia tenuifolia – rare ornamental (long bunches of violet flowers) climber perennial – 25 seeds (2011)
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)
Rice Bean – Vigna umbellata (syn. Phaseolus calcaratus) – rare annual Asiatic leguminous vegetable (seeds and young pods) – 25 seeds (2010)
Ripply Cocklebur, Ripary Cockleburs – Xanthium albinum subsp. riparium – medicinal, poisonous and ornamental aromatic plant – 15 large seeds (2013)
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)
About 5-6 and warmer
add to favorites 20-25 French Frisee (lettuce) For Exchange
Frisee, a.k.a. curly endive, is a wonderful and crunchy lettuce perfect for salads. You can make it with bacon bits and cheese to make a fulfilling meal. Because this heirloom is so rare, you will often have to buy a small head for four to five dollars, so growing it saves money.
In return I want seeds of the same quantity:

TOMATOES
-Pink brandywine
-sweet 100
-Eva purple ball
-Hughs
-Yellow Brandywine
-Sun Sugar
-Black pearl
-Any green or bicolor tomatoes

VEGTABLES
-artichoke
-peas
-asparagus
-potatoes

HERBS
-catnip
-beebalm
-lemon thyme
-ciltrano

LETTUCE
-arugula
-butter lettuce-aka-Boston lettuce
-mache (French)
-Oak leaf lettuce

BERRIES
-yellow or purple rasberries
-Boyne rasberries
-black rasberries or Black Hawk
-Brigitta blueberries
-Auraura blueberries
-Ozark beauty strawberries
-Honeoye strawberries
-Apache blackberries
-Red currants
-Gooseberry
-ground cherry

FRUIT
-plum
-pear
-cherry

TROPICAL:
-coffee beans
-Papaya
-loquat
-lychee
-star fruit
-pomegranate
-mimosa

These are only suggestions, so if you have an interesting plant seeds, I would be wiling to trade.
6-7 or warmer
add to favorites Pigeon Pea (Cajan cajanus) For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
Tall (these got to be about 6-8 ft.for me) Shrubby edible legume. Perennial for a few years where it can escape frost. Great permaculture plant-wonderful fodder, fixes nitrogen. Drought tolerant and can grow in crappy soil. Produces lots of biomass for "chop and drop"
8 and above, for sure. Maybe cooler, but it's long season.
add to favorites Dragon Fruit For Exchange
I have dragon fruit seeds with great germination (10 out of 10 for me) that I'm willing to trade for any of the following:

Arugula
Borage
Caraway
Hops
Lambs Ear
Lupin Beans
Saffron
Lemon Balm
Selva
Tabacco (not ornamental)
Turmeric
Elderberry
Licorice root
Minuza
Marsh mallow
Alfafa
Neem
Juniper
Peppermint
Spearmint
Tea tree
White Willow

I'm in zone 9.
add to favorites 50+ Giant strawberries For Exchange
These seeds produce giant edible fruits. Their texture is firm, but the insides are juicy. The strawberries can measure from two to three inches. Great for fruit salads, marmalades, or just for snacking. Often they are oddly shaped.
In return I want seeds of the same quantity:

TOMATOES
-Pink brandywine
-sweet 100
-Eva purple ball
-Hughs
-Yellow Brandywine
-Sun Sugar
-Black pearl
-Any green or bicolor tomatoes

VEGTABLES
-artichoke
-peas
-asparagus
-potatoes

HERBS
-any medical uses herbs
-echanatia
-catnip
-bee balm
-lemon thyme
-ciltrano
-thai basil
-lemon grass

SPINACH
-Purple Italian globe
-green globe
-any other spinach

LETTUCE
-cress
-butter lettuce-aka-Boston lettuce
-mache (French)
-Oak leaf lettuce
-Merveille des Quatres Saisons

BERRIES
-yellow or purple raspberries
-Boyne raspberries
-black raspberries or Black Hawk
-Brigitta blueberries
-Auraura blueberries
-Ozark beauty strawberries
-Honeoye strawberries
-Apache blackberries
-Red currants
-Gooseberry
-ground cherry

FRUIT
-plum
-pear
-cherry

TROPICAL:
-coffee beans
-Papaya
-loquat
-lychee
-starfruit
-pomegranate
-mimosa

These are only suggestions, so if you have an interesting plant seeds, I would be wiling to trade.
5-7
add to favorites For Trade - Snow Peas For Exchange
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Seeds of Change 100% Certified Organic Sugar Pod 2 Snow Pea
add to favorites For trade - Baker Creek Yellow Onio For Exchange
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Baker Creek Heirloom Co. Yellow of Parma Onion
add to favorites For trade - Baker Creek Carrot For Exchange
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Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Co. Carrot Muscade
add to favorites for trade - Curled Kale For Exchange
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Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds Blue Curled Scotch Kale
add to favorites Seeds for trade from S.E. Asia For Exchange
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I live in Southeast Asia and international trades are no problem

Seeds I have to trade:
Vegetable
Amaranth- Chinese 2 color edible variety (green and burgundy), out for now
Arugula - rocket, lots
Carrot
*Short ‘n Sweet (Burbee) 2012
*tender sweet 2013
Chinese leaf beets- unknown organic heirloom variety from friend, (looks like some type of beet but we eat the greens, slightly sweet) better cooked but good raw, cool season (lots to trade) May 2014
Celery- tall Utah 52-70 Improved (Burbee) 2012
Cucumbers:
*National Pickling (American Seed) 2012 &2013
*Apple Cucumber (Yates) Australia 2013
Lettuce:
*grandrapids leaf (American seed company) 2009 still sprouting well, growing now
*green oak leaf (Johny’S)2012
Malabar Spinach 2013
New Zealand Spinach 2013
Onion:
*Tokyo green onion 2013
*White bunching spring onion 2012
Peppers:
*Red Rocket OG Cayenne thin walled drying (Johny’s) 2012 (prolific producer)
*Cayenne (forgot what variety from UK, pretty sure it is F1 ) small plants, good for containers
*Chili de Arbol (pepperlover.com) 2014
*and a few other heirloom peppers in very limited number
Pineapple seed(from store bought pineapple, untested, saved only because they are unusual, 5 years to fruit from seed)2014
Tomatillo de Milpa- organic purple 2014 - lots
Tomato:
*Beefsteak 2013

Herbs:
Basil:
Sweet- lots May 2014
Genovese 2013
Thai - lots 2014
Coriander/Cilantro 2013/2014 lots
Dill, Fern Leaf 2014 lots

Flowers:
Bee Balm- Panorama Mix (Johnny’s)2012
Nasturium- Night and Day (Johnny’s) 2012

Wanted:
Native Florida Wild Everglades Tomato
hongfeng cai (Okinawin spinach)

Peppers:
Cajun bell
Aji Dulce

Perpetual spinach (Beta vulgaris var cicla)

root knot nematode antagonistic plants
Edible things that grow in semi-tropical climate
powdery mildew resistant cucumbers or squash
add to favorites Eden Brothers Seeds For Trade or Sale For Exchange
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Just purchased following seeds (Heirloom except where noted)

Arugula Seeds "Wild Rocket" Eruca Sativa
Brussel Sprouts Seeds "Long Island Improved"
Cabbage Seeds "Brunswick"
Chinese Cabbage Seeds "Michihili" Brassica Rapa
Chinese Cabbage Seeds "Pak Choi White Stem" Brassica Rapa (not Heirloom)
Eggplant Seeds - "Black Beauty" - Solanum melongena
Fennel Seeds "Foeniculum Vulgare"
Kohlrabi Seeds "Purple Vienna" Brassica oleracea
Lima Beans (Henderson)
Parsnip Seeds "Hollow Crown" Pastinaca sativa
Pumpkin Seeds "Small Sugar" Curcubita pepo
Rutabaga "American Purple Top" Brassica Napus (not Heirloom)
Swiss Chard Seeds "Ruby Red" Beta vulgaris
Turnip Seeds "Golden Ball" Brassica rapa

Will trade 5-20 seeds for following

Primary Interest:
Celery
Celeriac
Hot Peppers
Cantaloupe
Sweet Corn
Yellow Squash
Watermelon
Zucchini
Butternut Squash
Spaghetti Squash
Tomato (not Cherry)

Secondary Interest:
Basil
Beets
Broccoli
Cantaloupe
Carrots
Cauliflower
Cucumbers
Green Beans
Leeks
Oregano
Parsley
Peas
Radishes
Romaine Lettuce
Scallions
Spinach
Sunflowers
Sweet Peppers
add to favorites Exchange/Trade wanted! For Exchange
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what i have to trade:

*** i am looking to trade small quantities of seeds(5-20) to maximize diversity in my garden. Please do not email me saying "i want all of your ..... seeds" I will only trade small quantities.

**All seeds i have to trade were purchased from Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company (www.rareseeds.com) packed for 2014.

Broccoli (Romanesco Italia)
Amaranth (love lies bleeding)
Kale (Dwarf Siberian)
Cauliflower (purple of sicily)
Lettuce (Lolla Rossa)
Beet (chiogga/bassano)
Endive (riccia cuor d'oro)
heirloom tomato (Purple Russian)
heirloom tomato (Violet Jasper/ Tzi Bi U)
heirloom tomato ( Purple Calabash)
heirloom tomato (Dr.Wyche's Yellow)

Chinese paper lanterns (edible berry)

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herbs:
basil- lime
basil- cinnamon
basil- lettuce leaf
basil- thai holy kaprao

caraway

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What i'm looking for:

*** i am mainly looking to trade small quantities of seeds(5-20) to maximize diversity in my garden.

runner beans
beets
leeks
amaranth
corn (striped,blue or red)
artichoke
cabbage
arugula
Armenian cucumbers
brussel sprouts
strawberry spinach
tomatillos
garden huckleberry
sunberry
orach
raab
sorghum
various greens (preferably colorful)


Herbs:
any basil varieties i don't have
hyssop
wormwood
shisho
lemongrass
bronze fennel
borage
add to favorites Heirloom Yellow Pear Tomato Seeds For Exchange or Free,For Exchange or Sale
High producing heirloom tomato variety. Will produce fruit until it's killed by frost.

Each Packet contains 15+ Seeds I grew in 2013. Have very high germ rate! Would love to trade (Looking for cover crops and stuff. Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Clover, etc but otr stuff is considered aswell! Also would LOVE some heirloom garlic cloves too!), Contact me!
Anywhere Tomatoes are Grown
add to favorites seed swap list 2014 new version For Exchange
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ds to share Bram Cools winter 2014

Note that I'm in Belgium...

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Achyranthes aspera wilde nepalspinazie/devil's horsewhip
Acmella oleracea kiespijnplant
Agastache rugosa
Agastache schropulariifolia
Agastache pringelii
Aillaria petiolata Look-zonder-look/garlic mustard
Alcea rosea 'urban mix' stokroos urban mix.Common hollyhock
Allium cernuum Amerikaanse look/Nodding allium
Allium schoenoprasum bieslook/chives
Allium tuberosum chinees bieslook/garlic chives
Allium vineale kraailook/crow garlic
Amaranthus cruentus grain amarant
Amaranthus caudatus Amarant Amaranth'love lies bleeding'
Atriplex hortensis tuinmelde/orache
Atriplex hortensis rubraRode tuinmelde/orache red
Beta vulgaris 'burpee's golden' gouden biet/golden beet
Beta vulgaris 'chioggia' biet geringd/beet ringed
Beta vulgaris 'egypte' rode biet/beet red
Beta vulharis pink chards/roze warmoes
Brassica juncea 'southern giant curled mustard greens' bladmosterd/mustard greens
Brassica juncea (?) mosterdsla groen/leaf mustard
brassica nigra (?) 'indian black mustard'
Brassica oleracea 'eeuwig moes' perennial kale
Brassica oleracea 'minestra nera” bladbroccoli/leaf broccoli
Brassica oleracea 'snowball' bloemkool/caulilower
Brassica rapa 'pak choi'
Brassica rapa var. Rapa 'goudbal' rapen/turnip yellow
Brassica rapa var. Rapa “purple top Milan” rapen/turnip white
Calendula arvensis wilde goudsbloem
Calendula officinalis mix goudsbloem/pot marigold
capsicum annuum 'medusa'
Capsicum ssp Thai peper very hot -
chenopodium album melganzenvoet-lambsquarters
Chenopodium ambrosioides Epazote
Chenopodium giganteum boomspinazie/tree spinach
Chenopodium pallidicaule canihua
Chrysantemum coronarium Shungiku
Cicer 'desi brown' chickpea
Cicer 'desi green' chickpea
Cucumis sativus 'lemon' lemon cucumber -
Cucurbita maxima 'hokkaido lang'
Cucurbita maxima 'hokkaido' pompoen/pumpkin
Cucurbita maxima (?) hunderdweight reuzenpompoen
cucurbita maxima'rouge vif d' etampes' pompoen pumpkin
Cucurbita moschata butternut pompoen pumpkin
Cucurbita moschata butternut (subtle green stripes) pompoen pumpkin
Cucurbita pepo (orange dumpling)
Cytisus scoparius brem/Broom
Datura stramonium
Daucus carota 'atomic red' wortelen rood/carrots red
Daucus carota 'Lobbericher gele' wortelen geel/carrots yellow
Daucus carota 'nantes verbeterde' wortelen
Diplotaxis tenuifolium zandkool perennial wall-rocket
Eschscholzia californica mix
Geum urbanum nagelkruid/avens
Hablitzia tamnoides Rankspinazie
Helianthus annuus Zonnebloem
Humulus Lupulus hop hop
Hylocereus undatus pitahaya -
Iris pseudoacorus gele lis/yellow iris -
Jaltomata procumbens jaltomato/jaltomato
Lablab purpurea (chinese whiteseeded) Chinese hyachinth bean
Lactuca 'attractie' kropsla
Lactuca 'lollo rossa' frisésla
Lapsana communis akkerkool Nipplewort
Lupinus albus Lupini bean
Lycopersicon esculentum 'roma' tomato
Lycopersicon esculentum 'snow white' tomato
Lycopersicon esculentum 'Uralskiy Ranniy' tomato
Lycopersicon esculentum 'tomatito de jalapa' tomato
Malva moschata muskuskaasjeskruid/Musk-mallow
Malva sylvestris groot kaasjeskruid/wild mallow
Mesembryanthemum crystalinum Ijskruid/iceplant (vegetable variety)
Muscari ssp druifjes
Nicandra physaloides
Oenothera ssp
Passiflora edulis passievrucht passionfruit -
Pastinaca sativa parsnip/pastinaak
Perilla frutescens 'britton' perilla -
petroselinum crispum tuberosum wortelpeterselie/root persil
Phaseolus vugaris yin-yang droogboon/drying bean
Phaseolus vulgaris 'cherokee trail of tears'
Phaseolus vulgaris 'dragons tongue'
Phaseolus vulgaris 'monastic coco' rare heirloom pea bean
Phyolacca
physalis (ixocarpa?) 'conditer' physalisbes/Russian physalisberry variety
Physalis ixocarpa 'toma verde' groene tomatillo/ tomatillo green
Picris hieracioides bitterkruid
Pisum sativum 'golden sweet' gouden peultjes/golden snowpea
Portulaca oleracea 'gewone groene' postelein/purslane
Raphanus sativus radijs/radish g
Raphanus sativus “rammenas lange zwarte winter” Rammenas/black spanish radish
Reseda lutea wilde reseda/Wild mignonette -
Ribes nigrum cassis/blackcurrant
Ribes rubrum witte bes/white currant family heirloom variety!!!
Rosa rugosa
silbum marianum mariadistel/blessed thistle
Sinapsis alba white mustard/mosterd
Solanum burbankii eetbare nachtchadebes/edible nightshade thingy
Solanum dulcamara bitterzoet bittersweet nightshade (poisonous)
Solanum integrifolium 'red ruffle' aubergine/eggplant
Solanum sisymbrifolium lichitomaat/ lichi tomato
Solanum tuberosum TPS
Solanum villosum 'golden pearls' eetare nachtschadebesjes geel/edible small yellow nightshade berries
Sonchus oleraceus melkdistel/sow
Tagetes minuta 'lemon gem' citroenafrikaantjes
Tagetes patula 'dubbele dwerg mix' Afrikaantjes/marigold
Tagetes patula 'Marietta' Afrikaantjes/marigold
Taraxacum officinalis paardenbloem/dandelion
Tragopogon porrifolius 'Giant' Haverwortel/salsify
Tragopogon pratensis morgenster/Jack-go-to-bed-at-nook/meadow salsify
Tropaeolum majus 'lage gemengd' Oostindische kers/garden nasturtium
Tussilago farfara klein hoefblad/coltsfoot
Valerianella 'hollandse' veldsla/corn salad
Valerianella olitoria “verte a cour plein' veldsla/corn salad
Vicia faba 'russian black' tuinboon/fava
Zea mais 'oaxacan green' dent corn
Zea mais 'blue glass gem' (glass gem, blue selection)
Zea mais 'glass gem' glass gem codn
Zea Mais 'golden popcorn gem' glass gem anomaly, earlier, pops very good
Zea mais 'mix' multicolored dent corn
Zea mais 'new mama super sweet' suikermais/sweetcorn
8 or so
add to favorites Super Hot Red Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia) Seeds For Sale
I grow Red Ghost Peppers (Bhut Jolokia) from a strain in Meghalaya, India. These are extra hot, and this year's seeds are my 3rd generation, of selective breeding for my climate in Bellevue, Washington. These are one of the hottest peppers in the world. Seeds were harvested January/February 2014
add to favorites Seeds for trade For Exchange
Below is my seed list - most seeds are 2013 though some are 2012. I’m looking for any heirlooms and organics but will consider others that are rare or things I don’t have (e.g,. wax bean, gold of bacau bean, arugula, giant marconi pepper, mariachi pepper, stawberries: Chandler, Oso Grande, Sweet Charlie, Selva, Camarosa, or Festival, medicinal, hops, lupin beans, turmeric, saffron, black bamboo, tea plant, tobacco, etc.)

Garden:
Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach
Chinese Cabbage
Organic Purple Kale
Organic Vates Collard Greens
Organic/Heirloom Portuguese “nabiça”
Organic Tronchuda Kale
Organic Galega Lisa Kale
Organic/Heirloom Italian Kale Lacinato
Organic Blue Curled Scotch Kale
Starbor F1 Hybrid Kale
Broccoli Calabrese
Sweet Baby Broccoli
Organic Detroit Dark Red Beet
Organic German Giant Radish
Organic Bolivian Hot Rainbow pepper
Organic Yellow & Red pepper
Organic California Wonder pepper
Organic/Heirloom Ugly Ripe Tomato
Organic Vine Tomato
Organic Dill
Organic Spicy Salad Mix
Organic Romaine Lettuce
Organic Mesclun Classic Mix Lettuce
Organic Chives
Red Burgundy Onion
Granex Yellow Hybrid Onion
Organic/Heirloom Scarlet Nantes Carrots
Organic Yardlong Bean
Organic Tongues of Fire Beans
Organic Garden Bean Heavyweight II
Organic Pumpkin Mix
Seminole Pumpkin
Butternut squash
Surprise peas (organically grown)
Surprise corn (organically grown)

Fruit:
Dragonfruit
Honeydew
Cantalope
Heirloom Sugar Baby Watermelon (Sweet Garden Organics)
Organic Chinese Lantern

Flowers:
Black-Eyed Susan
Crackerjack Marigold Mix
Geranium Mix
Gypsophila paniculata
Common Camomile
Black-Eyed Susan
Snapdragon Mix
Stocks Giants of Nice Mixed
Statice Mixed
Milkweed For Monarchs
Joe Pye Weed

Cover crops:
Organic/Heirloom Buckwheat
varies
add to favorites Need Veggie Seeds!! For Exchange
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Have Okra and bell pepper seeds, willing to trade for broccoli, celery, kale, spinach... basically any staples!
Just starting out and looking to do it right!!!
add to favorites my swap list for 2014 For Exchange
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Here are my seedlist as csv-list. Some seeds are limited, so ask. Most seeds collectet in my area in germany, some on holiday trps.
This year I am looking for Solanaceae, nightshades and groundberries.
add to favorites Orange bell pepper seeds For Exchange
I have orange bell pepper seeds harvested in 2013. These bell peppers are juicy and crispy, perfect for snacks, salads, or a soup ingredient. They are large, and the flavor is mild, almost sweet.
For this seed packet I will trade:
In exchange I want any of these seeds:(I'm open to other suggestions)
TOMATOES
-Pink brandywine
-sweet 100
-Eva purple ball
-Hughs
-Yellow Brandywine
-Sun Sugar
-Black pearl
-Any green or bicolor tomatoes

VEGTABLES
-artichoke
-peas
-asparagus
-potatoes

HERBS
-any medical uses herbs
-echanatia
-catnip
-bee balm
-lemon thyme
-ciltrano
-thai basil
-lemon grass

SPINACH
-Purple Italian globe
-green globe
-any other spinach

LETTUCE
-cress
-butter lettuce-aka-Boston lettuce
-mache (French)
-Oak leaf lettuce
-Merveille des Quatres Saisons

BERRIES
-yellow or purple raspberries
-Boyne raspberries
-black raspberries or Black Hawk
-Brigitta blueberries
-Auraura blueberries
-Ozark beauty strawberries
-Honeoye strawberries
-Apache blackberries
-Red currants
-Gooseberry
-ground cherry

FRUIT
-plum
-pear
-cherry

TROPICAL:
-coffee beans
-Papaya
-loquat
-lychee
-starfruit
-pomegranate
-mimosa

- more suggestions?
4-7
add to favorites Red Romaine For Exchange
I have 50 count Red Romaine hand harvested seeds grown in 2013. Red Romaine, to my opinion, tastes the best when they are about three inches tall, in the spring. That way, they taste delicious, very juicy and flavorful. You can also grow them longer, to make a romaine head, or romaine hearts, by tying a rubber band around it when it is young.

In exchange I want any of these seeds:(I'm open to other suggestions)
TOMATOES
-Pink brandywine
-sweet 100
-Eva purple ball
-Hughs
-Yellow Brandywine
-Sun Sugar
-Black pearl
-Any green or bicolor tomatoes

VEGTABLES
-artichoke
-peas
-asparagus
-potatoes

HERBS
-catnip
-beebalm
-lemon thyme
-ciltrano

LETTUCE
-arugula
-butter lettuce-aka-Boston lettuce
-mache (French)
-Oak leaf lettuce

BERRIES
-yellow or purple rasberries
-Boyne rasberries
-black rasberries or Black Hawk
-Brigitta blueberries
-Auraura blueberries
-Ozark beauty strawberries
-Honeoye strawberries
-Apache blackberries
-Red currants
-Gooseberry
-ground cherry

FRUIT
-plum
-pear
-cherry

TROPICAL:
-coffee beans
-Papaya
-loquat
-lychee
-starfruit
-pomegranite
- more suggestion?
5-7
add to favorites Dewberry starts
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I have rooted dewberry plants to trade.
I am looking for
Sweet potato slips
Heirloom seed potato
Persimmons tree rooted cutting
Blood orange rooted cutting
Scented Geranium starts
add to favorites seed swap list 2014 new version For Exchange
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seeds to share Bram Cools winter 2014 (new list)

ask more info (note that I'm in Belgium)

Achyranthes aspera wilde nepalspinazie/devil's horsewhip
Acmella oleracea kiespijnplant
Aillaria petiolata Look-zonder-look/garlic mustard
Alcea rosea 'urban mix' stokroos urban mix.Common hollyhock
Allium schoenoprasum bieslook/chives
Allium tuberosum chinees bieslook/garlic chives
Allium vineale kraailook/crow garlic
Amaranthus caudatus Amarant Amaranth'love lies bleeding'
Anethum vulgaris dille/dill
Atriplex hortensis tuinmelde/orache
Atriplex hortensis rubraRode tuinmelde/orache red
Beta vulgaris 'chioggia' biet geringd/beet ringed
Beta vulgaris 'egypte' rode biet/beet red
Beta vulgaris maritima strandbiet/sea beet
Brassica juncea 'southern giant curled mustard greens' bladmosterd/mustard greens
Brassica juncea (?) mosterdsla groen/leaf mustard bladbroccoli/leaf broccoli
Brassica oleracea 'snowball' bloemkool/caulilower
Brassica oleracea sabellica 'chou beurre blond de Jalhay' heirloom wallonian asparagus kale
Brassica rapa 'pak choi'
Brassica rapa var. Rapa 'goudbal' rapen/turnip yellow
Brassica rapa var. Rapa “purple top Milan” rapen/turnip white
Calendula officinalis mix goudsbloem/pot marigold
capsicum annuum 'medusa'
Capsicum ssp Thai peper very hot -
chenopodium album melganzenvoet-lambsquarters
Chenopodium ambrosioides Epazote
Chenopodium giganteum boomspinazie/tree spinach
Chenopodium pallidicaule canihua
Chrysantemum coronarium Shungiku
Cicer 'desi brown' chickpea
Cicer 'desi green' chickpea
Claytonia perfoliata winterpostelein/Miner's Lettuce
Cucumis melo 'farthest north mix' meloen/melon
Cucumis melo 'green nutmeg' meloen melon 2013
cucumis melutiferus kiwano -
Cucumis sativus 'lemon' citroenkomkommer/lemon cuke
cucumis savtivus sikkimensis Keizer alexander komkommer
Cucurbita maxima 'hokkaido lang'
Cucurbita maxima 'hokkaido' pompoen/pumpkin
Cucurbita maxima (?) hunderdweight reuzenpompoen
cucurbita maxima'rouge vif d' etampes' pompoen pumpkin
Cucurbita moschata butternut pompoen pumpkin
Cucurbita pepo (orange dumpling)
Cytisus scoparius brem/Broom
Datura stramonium
Daucus carota 'atomic red' wortelen rood/carrots red
Daucus carota 'Lobbericher gele' wortelen geel/carrots yellow
Daucus carota 'nantes verbeterde' wortelen
Diplotaxis tenuifolium zandkool perennial wall-rocket
Eschscholzia californica mix
Geum urbanum nagelkruid/avens
Hablitzia tamnoides Rankspinazie
Helianthus annuus Zonnebloem
Humulus Lupulus hop hop
Hylocereus undatus pitahaya -
Iris pseudoacorus gele lis/yellow iris -
Jaltomata procumbens jaltomato/jaltomato
Lablab purpurea (chinese whiteseeded) Chinese hyachinth bean
Lactuca 'attractie' kropsla
Lactuca 'lollo rossa' frisésla
Lapsana communis akkerkool Nipplewort
Lupinus albus Lupini bean
Lycopersicon esculentum 'roma'
Lycopersicon esculentum 'snow white'
Lycopersicon esculentum 'Uralskiy Ranniy'
Malva moschata muskuskaasjeskruid/Musk-mallow
Malva sylvestris groot kaasjeskruid/wild mallow
Mesembryanthemum crystalinum Ijskruid/iceplant (vegetable variety)
Muscari ssp druifjes
Oenothera ssp
Passiflora edulis passievrucht passionfruit -
Perilla frutescens 'britton' perilla -
petroselinum crispum tuberosum wortelpeterselie/root persil
Phaseolus vugaris yin-yang droogboon/drying bean
Phaseolus vulgaris 'cherokee trail of tears'
Phaseolus vulgaris 'monastic coco' rare heirloom pea bean
Phyolacca
physalis (ixocarpa?) 'conditer' physalisbes/Russian physalisberry variety
Physalis heterophylla lampionkers
Physalis ixocarpa 'purple' zwarte tomatillo/ tomatillo purple
Physalis ixocarpa 'toma verde' groene tomatillo/ tomatillo green
Picris hieracioides bitterkruid
Pisum sativum 'golden sweet' gouden peultjes/golden snowpea
Portulaca oleracea 'gewone groene' postelein/purslane
Raphanus sativus radijs/radish g
Raphanus sativus “rammenas lange zwarte winter” Rammenas/black spanish radish
Reseda lutea wilde reseda/Wild mignonette -
Ribes nigrum cassis/blackcurrant
Ribes rubrum witte bes/white currant family heirloom variety!!!
Rosa rugosa
Solanum burbankii eetbare nachtchadebes/edible nightshade thingy
Solanum dulcamara bitterzoet bittersweet nightshade (poisonous)
Solanum integrifolium 'red ruffle' aubergine/eggplant
Solanum tuberosum TPS
Solanum villosum 'golden pearls' eetare nachtschadebesjes geel/edible small yellow nightshade berries
Sonchus oleraceus melkdistel/sow
Tagetes minuta 'lemon gem' citroenafrikaantjes
Tagetes minuta nematocidal
Tagetes patula 'dubbele dwerg mix' Afrikaantjes/marigold
Tagetes patula 'Marietta' Afrikaantjes/marigold
Taraxacum officinalis paardenbloem/dandelion
Tragopogon pratensis morgenster/Jack-go-to-bed-at-noon/meadow salsify
Tropaeolum majus 'lage gemengd' Oostindische kers/garden nasturtium
Tussilago farfara klein hoefblad/coltsfoot
Valerianella 'hollandse' veldsla/corn salad
Valerianella olitoria “verte a cour plein' veldsla/corn salad
Vicia faba 'russian black' tuinboon/fava
Zea mais 'blue glass gem' (glass gem, blue selection)
Zea mais 'glass gem' glass gem codn
Zea Mais 'golden popcorn gem' glass gem anomaly, earlier, pops very good
Zea mais 'mix' multicolored dent corn
Zea mais 'new mama super sweet' suikermais/sweetcorn
5-12
add to favorites Wanted Herbs/Veggies Have Veggies/Herbs/Flowers For Exchange
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Italian Oregano
Rosemary
Mint
Spearmint
Peppermint
Chamomile
Lemon Verbena
Licorice
Lemon Grass
Nasturtiums
Miniature vegetables
Other fun/unique fruits and vegetables or edible flowers

In trade I have the following

++Those with (trade) are items I traded others for and added into my collection but don't necessarily know a lot about++

Those with (trade) are items I traded others for and added into my collection but don't necessarily know a lot about.

TRADE LIST
Acorn Squash, Table King, Bush 15 seeds
Beet, Cylindra 100 seeds
Detroit Dark Red 150 seeds (trade)
Beet, Early Wonder 100 seeds
Broccoli, Green Sprouting 75 seeds
Brussel Sprouts, Long Island Improved 50 seeds
Butternut Squash - 8 seeds (trade)
Cabbage, Copenhagen Market 50 seeds
Cabbage, Golden Acre 50 seeds
Cabbage, Jersey Wakefield 25 seeds
Cabbage, Red Acre 20 seeds
Cantaloupe, Hale's Best Melon - 20
Cantaloupe, Hearts of Gold - 20
Cantaloupe no ID- 20 seeds (trade)
Carrot, Danvers 400 seeds
Carrot, Scarlet Nantes - 200
Celery, Tall Utah 100 seeds
Collards, Georgia Southern 175 seeds
Collards, Vates 175 seeds
Cucumber, Boston Pickling 30 seeds
Cucumber, Marketmore 20 seeds
Eggplant, Black beauty 30 seeds
Eggplant, Easter - 5 seeds (trade)
Eggplant, Long Purple 30 seeds
Jicama - 5 seeds (trade)
Kale, Dwarf Siberian 200 seeds
Kohlrabi, Purple Vienna 100 seeds
Lettuce, Black Seeded Simpson 200
Lettuce, Bronze Mignonette 200
Lettuce Daynell 100
Lettuce, Butter Crunch 200
Lettuce, Oak Leaf 100 (trade)
Mesclun Mixed Greens 250 (trade)
Melon, Tiger 6 seeds (trade)
Melon Orangelo 6 seeds (trade)
Mustard Greens, Florida Broadleaf 500 seeds
Okra, Clemson Spineless 35 seeds
Okra, Perkin's Long Pod 25 seeds
Onion - 50 seeds (trade)
Long White Bunching Onion - 100 seeds (trade)
Parsnip, Harris Model 70 seeds
Pepper, Bell, California Wonder 25 seeds
Pepper, Cherry Bomb - 100 seeds (trade)
Jalapeño peppers 35 seeds (trade)
Early Jalapeño Pepper 50 seeds
Pumpkin, Small Sugar 15 seeds
Pumpkin, Small Orange, 25 seeds (trade)
Radish, Champion 100 seeds
Radish, French Breakfast 100 seeds
Radish, Cherry Bell 150 seeds (trade)
Radish, Pink Beauty - 100 seeds
Radish - White Icicle - 25 seeds (trade)
Rutabaga, American Purple Top 200 seeds
Spinach, Bloomsdale Long Standing 50 seeds
Swiss Chard, Ford Hook (i 25 seeds
Swiss Chard, Rainbow Organic 100 seeds (trade)
Tomato, Red Cherry Large 30 seeds
Tomato, Jubilee 30 seeds
tomato beefsteak red 40
Tomato, Floradade 10 seeds
tomatillo 25 seeds (trade)
Turnip, Purple Top White Globe 200 seeds
Turnip, Shogun 200 seeds
Watermelon, Crimson Sweet 10
Yellow Squash, Early Prolific Straight Neck 10 seeds
Zucchini, Golden (indoor planting) 8 seeds

Herbs
Anise Hyssop 25 seeds (trade)
Chives 300 seeds (trade)
Garlic Chives 30 seeds (trade)
Fennel 20 seeds (trade)
Italian Basil 80 seeds (trade)
German Basil 50 seeds (trade)
Dill , Mammouth Long Island 60 seeds
Sweet Marjoram 50 seeds (trade)
Oregano, Greek - 100 seeds (trade)
Parsley, Flat leaf 20 seeds (trade)
Parsley, Curled 100 seeds (trade)
Parsley, No ID 200 seeds (trade)
St John's Wort - 50 seeds (trade)
Thyme, Winter - 150 seeds

Flowers
Coral Vine, White 4 seeds (trade)
Daylily MIx 20 seeds(trade)
Iris, Blackberry Lily 15 seeds(trade)
Larkspur, White/Blue 70 seeds(trade)
Petunia Mix 200 seeds(trade)
Poppy Mix 200 seeds(trade)
Salvia, White 50 seeds(trade)
Snapdragon, Dark PInk 200 seeds(trade)
Verbascum - 100+ seeds(trade)
black hollyhock 10 seeds (trade)
burgundy hollyhock 10 seeds (trade)
carival ride hollyhock 10 seeds (trade)
grand fig leaf hollyhock 10 seeds (trade)
Pink Hollyhock 10 seeds (trade)
Mini Rose 20 seeds (trade)
Dinner Plate Hibiscus 5 seeds (trade)
Hibiscus 8 seeds (trade)
Sweet Williams - 40 seeds (trade)
Milkweed - 75 seeds (trade)

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