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looking for astragalus memranaceous,salvia miltiorrhizza,gervao,kalmegh seeds FREE
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Good day,

looking for a.m. seeds.

I can send the following seeds :

- korilla,
-thai saint basilicum,

and upon request other seeds- if i have them
Taraxacum officinale (common dandelion) For Trade
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Taraxacum officinale (common dandelion)

have fresh seeds for trade
Herb Seeds for sale For Sale
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I have:
(4)Anise Hyssop
(4)Klip Dagga
seeds for sale. Each pack will contain 100 seeds.

2.50 per pack 1.00 for each additional pack (Of same variety) Payment through Paypal.
Shipping is in bubblewrap envelope through USPS. No international shipping.
Seeds were harvested from my last crop.

If you have any questions feel free to email me at
Collections from South America, Salvias, Psychotria, Cacti, etc. For Sale
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Please visit the Ethnobotany Shop @ to see our intriguing collection of organic ethnobotanicals from around the world!
We have many plants, seeds and items for sale or trade. Check my website and the list below or just email me at if your interested.

*Annona cherimola ~ "Cherimoya" - seed packet
*Capsicum spp. ~ "Bhut Jolokia": The World's Hottest Pepper - seed packet
*Capsicum spp. ~ "Cherry Bomb"- seed packet
*Coleus spp. ~ "???"- Beautiful mix of home grown Coleus of various species. - seed packets and plants
*Datura stramonium - seed packet (Inquire for plants)
*Ilex vomitoria ~ "Yaupon Holly" - seed packet (Inquire for plants)
*Marrubium vulgare ~ "Horehound" -
*Melissa officinalis ~ "Lemon Balm"
*Passiflora incarnata ~ "Passion Flower"
*Phytolacca americana ~ "Pokeweed/Inkberry" (Inquire for plants)
*Prunus japonica ~ "Korean cherry" or "Oriental Bush cherry"
*Prunus spp. ~ "Cherry" (commerical variety)
*Psychotria viridis ~ "Chacruna" (Organic red berries plucked from the plant right before your package is shipped, as fresh as possible! We can ship the seeds either in the fruit or cleaned, just let us know!)
*Silybum marianum ~ "Milk Thistle"
*Salvia officinalis ~ "Sage"
*Matricaria recutita ~ "German Chamomile" seeds
*Salvia nubicola
*Mistole Toe seeds
*Smilax "Bull-Briar"
*Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue

~~~ Plants ~~~
*Albizia julibrissin ~ "Happiness Tree" or "Silk Tree"
*Aloe vera ~ “Aloe”
*Artemisia absinthium ~ "Wormwood"
*Datura stramonium
*Ficus spp. ~ "Fig tree"
*Japanese Maple
*Marrubium vulgare ~ "Horehound"
*Melissa officinalis ~ "Lemon Balm"
*Mentha piperita; M. balsamea ~ "Peppermint"
*Passiflora incarnata ~ "Passion-Flower"
*Phytolacca americana ~ "Pokeweed/Inkberry"
*Prunus japonica ~ "Korean Cherry"
*Rubus idaeus ~ "Raspberry" -
*Sassafras albidum ~ "Sassafras"
*Urtica dioica ~ "Stinging Nettle"
*Gymnocalycium spp. ~ "Chin Cactus"
*Browningia sp. cactus

~~~ 2015 South American Expedition Collections ~~~~
*Plantain - Platago sp. Peru
*Tobacco seeds, chavin de huantar, Ancash, Peru
*Mamay, fruit seed
*Fuchsia sp. (Boliviana?), Quoariquancha, Cusco, Peru
*Datura sp., Botanical Gardens of Minsterio de Salud, Jesus Maria, Lima, Peru
*Brugmansia sanguinea, Cusco, Peru
*Cactus, medium sized, erect colomur cactus, Matucana, Peru
*Hylocereus? yellow fruit, lima market, peru
*Polylepis sp., Cusco, Peru
*Heliconiacea, Salkantay trek, Cusco, Peru
*Brugmansia, white, Manu, Peru
*Cyclanthera pedata or "kaywa" - Andean cucumber like fruit used like vegetable. Seed collected in Cusco, Peru.

~~~ Special Offers ~~~
*Anadenanthera sp. "Willka", "Yopo", "Cebil" - seed packet
*Mushroom Spore Print (Panaelous sp.?) Lares, Peru
*Psychotria viridis - $10 per plant or a bundle of thre plants for $20 (includes 3+ medium sized plants, GET THEM NOW AND ILL THROW IN AN EXTRA ONE FOR FREE!)
*Trichcoereus bridgesii var. monstrose (Large, Clone B clumping/)
*Trichocereus terscheckii
*Ayahsasca plant pre order
*Aya + Charchura pre order

*Salvia divinorum "Luna" strain/clone live plant w/ shipping included -
1 plant = $35
2 plants = $60
3 plants = $75
4 plants = $100
5 plants = $120

To place an order email me then mail a letter to the address given with which you MUST include your email address, shipping address, payment via money order (use US postal or money gram) or cash and a list of the items which you wish to receive.
In order to receive your plant you MUST email me at! I prefer cash payment in U.S. dollars, but money orders are acceptable. If you wish to pay with a money order then leave the name portion of the money order blank. The minimum order is $30, with some exceptions made. No order will be shipped until cash payment received.
International shipping also includes a $30-50 shipping/customs fee. Within the U.S.A. shipping is normally around $10 for small to medium sized packages. Orders are normally shipped within 10 days of when payment is received, but some orders may take up to a month to be shipped depending on the condition of the plants and the weather. Since most plants are prepared specifically for each customer it takes time because extra care is put into each plant and each order, one must recognize that plants are living beings with wills of their own whom sometimes don't cooperate in the way us human want! I will only ship plants when I feel that they will arrive healthy and happy!
All seeds are guaranteed to be fresh, viable and organic. We strive to replenish our seed stocks from our very own plants often and remove old seed from our shop, we sell only the highest quality seeds and plants! All plant orders within the U.S.A. are guaranteed to arrive healthy and alive, however they require immediate care upon opening your package! Plants need to be potted, cuttings need to be placed in water, seeds need be germinated, etc., once the package is opened the responsibility of keeping your specimens alive is yours alone! However we shall replace any plants which are dead on arrival.
All ethnobotanicals we sell are NOT intended for human consumption. These rare botanicals are sold for their ornamental and atheistic beauty as well as their culture and historical significance. They're only intended purpose is cultivation, propagation, preservation and admiration of these botanical beauties! Check your local laws before ordering, the legality of some plants varies from country to country and even state to state, knowing the laws and regulations of where you reside is YOUR responsibility so make sure you know exactly what your national, state and local laws are BEFORE you order! The responsibility is on you! By ordering you are agreeing that all items you are ordering are legal in your area, not listed as invasive or otherwise restricted! You must be 21 or older to place an order.
If you have any questions you can always email us at, please include your first name, your state/country and the botanical names of the plants your are inquiring about, if inquiring about an order, include as much information as possible (previous emails, items ordered, etc.). Thank you, we hope you enjoy the plants, seeds, herbs, cacti and fungi as much as we do!

Marjoram cuttings
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I have marjoram cuttings that I can trade. I would like to try Summer Savory cuttings, also looking for lemon grass off shoots.
Lots of herbs and veggies for trade For Trade
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Beans - Speckled Butter
Loofa Gourds
Marigolds (Tagetes Erecta)
Bitter Orange (Texas Native Wild Citrus)
Milky Way Morning Glory (Impomea)
Purple and Pink Morning Glory
Beans - Chinese Long
Okra - Cowhorn
Golden Canteloupe
Mustard Greens
Crepe Myrtle
Squash - Butternut
Marigolds - French
Mimosa (Albizzia Julibrissin)
Moonflower (Datura)
Squash - Scallop
Indian Hemp (Sida Rhombifolgia)
Four O Clocks
Radish - Cherry Bell
Watermelon - Jubilee
Pepper - Pablano
Pepper - Ancho
Squash - Boston Marrow Gourd
Magnolia Tree
Echinecea Purpea
Eggplant - Green
Radishes - Crimson Giant
Swiss Chard
Leeks - American Flag
Eggplant - Long Purple
Lettuce - Iceberg
Cabbage - Early Anna
Marigolds - Lemon Drop
Lavendar - True
Sage - Broadleaf Green
Lavendar - Munstead
California Poppies
Basil - Cinnamon
Lettuce - Limestone
Lettuce - Great Lakes #118
Brussel Sprouts - Catskill
African Daisies
Canterberry Bells
Oriental Poppies
Zinnias - Giant Violet Queen
Celosia - Red Velvet
Black Swan Poppies
Marigold - Petite French Dwarf
Marigold - Dwarf Bolero
Sunflower - Autumn Beauty Mix
Parsley - Italian
Pepper - Jalepeno Early
Dill - Bouquet
Tomato - Yellow Pear
Tomato - Black Plum
Tomato - Money Maker
Tomato - San Marzano
Parsley - Moss Curled
Onions - Bunching
Onions - Red & Yellow
Beans - Garden, Landreths Stringless Green Pod
Random Beans
Birdhouse Gourds
Pumpkins - Jack O Lanterns
Cantaloupe - Hales Best Jumbo
Pumpkin - Conneticut Field
Cucumber - Straight Eight
Cucumber - Long Green
Cucumber - Pickling
Cucumber - Boothsby Blonde
Cucumber - Straight Blondes
Cucumber - True Lemon

WANT: Medicinal herbs and any veggies not listed here!
oregano For Trade
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delicious on eggplant !
Herbs for trade 2014 For Trade
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Anise - Hyssop
Basil - Red
Basil - Tulsi Holy*

Chives - Garlic
Lavender -True
Yarrow - White and Yellow mix

Basil - Lemon
Basil - Sweet
Parsley - Italian
Chives - Common
Sage - Common
Sage - White
Medicinal and Cullinary Herbs for Trade For Trade
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Red Adonis/Pheasant's Eye
American Arnica
Spanish Brom
Clary Sage
Meadow Clary
Ox-Eye Daisy
European Elder Berry
Genovese Basil
Aristotle Bush Basil
Jacob's Ladder
Joe-Pye Weed
Sweet Marjoram
Climbing Nasturtium
Garden sage
White Sage
Winter Savory
Summer Savory
Opium Poppy
Wormwood (Artmesia Absinthium)
White Yarrow
White Mulberry (cuttings or seeds)
Red Yarrow
Rue / Herb O' Grace
French Thyme (Runners)
Mother of Thyme (Runners)
Different Lavenders
St. John's Wort (Runners)
Chocolate Mint (runners)
Spearmint (runners)


Any organic vegetables
Any type of Wormwood
Agrimony / Sticklewort
Angel's Trumpet
Anise Hyssop
Citronella Balm
Any Basil
Scotch Broom
Different Lavenders
Lemon Grass
Sweet Grass
Sagebrush (any)
Any garden berries

Any other medical or culinary herbs also
Cilantro / Coriander Seeds For Trade
Fresh Cilantro
Good in Salsa , Sauces and salads.
Easy to grow !

25 Seeds 2014 season.

Will swap for hot pepper seeds.
all over
Catnip - 2014 For Trade
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Flowers attract honey bees as well as Hummingbirds and seeds attract American Goldfinches. Don't really notice any neighborhood cats eating it though.

Harvested September 2014
Grandma Einick's Dill For Trade
Tastes delicious in cucumber salad!
Mint, Catnip, and Peacock Scented Geranium for tradr For Trade
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I have mint, catnip, and peacock scented geraniums all organically grown. I received my original seeds from an organic herb garden. I am looking for all kinds of herbs. Thanks :)
kemangi seeds for sale For Sale
kemangi is an interspecies hybrid between two species of basil, Ocimum basilicum and o. americanum. He is also known as o. basilicum var. anisatum Benth. Typically the Aroma coming from the high sitral content in the leaves and flowers.

tropical climate, fullsun
$4 for 200+ seeds including shipping (handstamp), payment by paypal.
herb seeds for Trade For Trade
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I have
mustard spinach
lemon grass
salad burnet

would like
mammoth basil
gotu kula

I am also open to any easy growing herb/vegetable which is perennial or self seeding
trade For Trade
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I need stevia, saffron and purple tomatillos seeds.

I have rawitt hot pepper, (herb)kemangi/indonesian basil, (leafy vegetable) pakchoy, kailan, garlic chives, cosmos caudatus.
All of my seeds harvested during desember 2013.

Russian Sorrel For Trade
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Parent plant for these seeds smuggled in from Russia a decade ago. Amazing hardy French type Sorrel, makes great salad greens and soup. Not an invasive, but easy growing. 2013 seeds, refrigerated, moisture controlled. Also have Painted Mountain Corn - see vegies.

Swap for Stevia seeds, other herbs, pole habit bean for dried beans (Old Mother Stallard, etc.) or ???
about zone 3 - 8
Sales manager For Sale
We are a growing and exporting company of various spices & herbs from South Africa.

We supply, cumin seeds, chia seeds, moringa & white and black pepper. We supply following varieties in Moringa:

Moringa seeds (With shell & without shell)

Moringa Root powder

We supply seeds which can be used for oil extraction, cultivation and also for various agricultural and industrial purpose.

We are able to supply these two moringa varieties at competitive prices and we assure fast delivery to our every buyer.Contact for more details of moringa seeds,price and procedures.
Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth, South Africa
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We grow and export grade A black pepper with high quantity at reasonable price and fast delivery.We can ship our black pepper to any part of the world with no delay.

Density: 500, gl
-Moisture: 13.5%/ Max
-Admixture: 1% Max
-Foreign Matter: 1% Max
-Moldy Seeds: Negative

Crop: Current Year
Origin: South Africa
Inspection: SGS or any other agency as per your requirement.
Packing: 25kg or 50kg PP bag or jute bag
Minimum Quantity: 1 X 20 FCL
- Quantity per container: 26MT/cont40

Contact us now for we offer good prices and fast delivery to any part of the world.
We also offer natural chia seeds and Moringa seeds in bulk.
More information and procedures will be provided as we receive your contact.
50 Sweet Basil and/or Mammoth Basil Seeds For Trade
I have a whole lot of basil seeds that I collected last year, 2013. I have grown lots of basil, and I only picked seeds from the best, so I can ensure you that it tastes great. Sweet and aromatic leaves, they are ideal for tomato mozzarella basil salads, homemade pesto (mmm...), soups and pastas.
I am especially looking for spinach seeds, for I actually only have two seeds left. I also want other basil types like lemon, lime, purple, cardinal, or thai.
Here is my other want list (if you don't have any of these, just respond and tell me what you have)
-Pink brandywine
-sweet 100
-Eva purple ball
-Yellow Brandywine
-Sun Sugar
-Black pearl
-Any green or bicolor tomatoes


-bee balm
-lemon thyme

-Purple Italian globe
-green globe
-any other spinach

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

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


-coffee beans
4-9 a wide range
medicinal herbs For Trade
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looking for medicinal herbs of all kinds for the greenhouse in northern alberta, can trade maca or chicha morado corn from Peru or red ginseng from korea or manitoba maple seeds from alberta.
looking for a wide variety
Capsicum annuum For Trade
For Trade, looking for heirloom veggies only.
I have over 1000 :Chili Pequin or bird pepper
Pequin means "small" or "tiny"
Pequin are one of the hottest chiles
Chile pequin rank 40,000 to 60,000 Scoville units
Also known as bird chiles or mosquito chiles
Complex flavor to go with the intense heat
Most commonly found dried
Pequin chiles are native to Mexico
Info from
Hardneck Garlic Bulbils For Sale
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10 bulbils for a $1 or for trade

Mixture of Porcelain and Rocambole Garlic Bulbils harvested in 2013.

Mainly Looking for Celery, Cleriac, Hot Peppers, Sweet Corn, Yellow Squash, Zucchini, Spaghetti Squash and Butternut Squash
Genovese Basil For Trade
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Sweet Basil for exchange for other edible varieties of seeds. Surprise me. Harvested in 2013. PKG of 25

Germination 75-85 F
pH 5.5-7.0

Planting depth 1/4"
Root depth 8-12"
Height 18-24"
Width 20-30"
Space between plants
In beds 10-12"
In rows 12-18"
Space between rows 16-24"
Herbs for trade For Trade
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Seeds for Trade from S.E. Asia, my full list is on my vegetables add
-Sweet - lots May 2014
-Genovese 1 packet 2013
-Thai - lots 2014
Bee Balm- Panorama Mix (Johnny’s)2012
Chives- medium leaved 2014
Cilantro/Coriander 2014
Dill, Fern Leaf 2014

Wanted:Bay tree seeds - Laurus nobilis and vegetables
herbs for veggies? For Trade
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I have seeds for red, green and yellow bells. all very sweet and crunch/ also have great tender large okra, which produces all year. also have some perssimon seed and peach pits that could be for trade.

we want to trade these seeds for echinacea, calendula, ginko or st johns maybe?? something like that?yarrow. yarrow. also could trade some sweet basil and i think cilantro
Seeking wild edibles. Have mixed herb/flower/veg to trade
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SEEKING- white yarrow, stinging nettle, ramp (wild leek), alexanders, white or yellow sweet clover, peppergrass ( cow cress, field penny cress, poor man's pepper).

HAVE TO TRADE- scallion, pole bean, sage, raddish, globe thistle, queen anne's lace, purple morning glory, spinach, batchellor buttons, and black eye susan. ( some harvested last season, some older)
My have list is short but I'm willing to share For Trade
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I have morning glories tall growing variety, beautiful blooms relatively cold tolerant. I also have tall growing hardy dill. Very good to use for pickles, each stalk was about 4' tall, huge and produced a lot of dill sprigs and seeds. These were both bought from the local store in a packet and grown organically in our garden in 2013. I also have some strawberry runners bought from an organic farm in Northern CA, they're a hardy everbearing fruit. (5 runners in each pack, to be picked from our garden and mailed once it's warm enough)

Looking for herbs; thyme, oregeno, parsley, basil, lavender, hops, or any other variety of herb that grows well in northern michigan.

Also seeking vegetable seeds; spinach, tomato, bell peppers, hot peppers, green beans or any bean variety, acorn squash, cucumbers, zuchini, carrots, beets, celery, pumpkins.

I'm also seeking any variety of flower thats an attractant to honeybees.

I understand I don't have much to swap but would prefer heirloom varieties of any seed type. Please consider paying it forward and in the fall/spring 2015 I will be returning the favor.
many herbs for exchange *updated* For Trade
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The following are my herbs, I'm looking for many others, don't hesitate to contact me!

Basil – Red
Chervil – Curled
Cilantro – Coriandrum Sativum
Coriander – Chinese Parsley
Cress – Upland
Dill – Bouquet
Dill – Long Island Mammoth
Lavender – Vera
Lavender –True
Parsley – Curled Moss
Parsley – Italian
Seeds to trade
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Phil's Seed List
I am pretty much game to trade for anything I don't have that will grow and is edible, or can be used medicinally!! Let me know what you have to trade!!!

Different kinds of Asparagus
Golden Rave Tomato
Pink Boar tomato
Borghese Tomato
Big Rainbow Tomato
Militias-color grape and cherry tomato varieties
Chocolate Cherry Tomato
Green Zebra Tomato
Any Heirloom Tomatos
Any heirloom anything!!!
Mortgage Lifter Tomato
Sweetheart Bell Peppers
Carnivale Cayenne Peppers (yellow, red, purple)
Rosa Bianca Eggplant
Beauregard Sweet Potato
Purple sweet potato
Lemon grass
Wheat grass
Immortality herb
Any Medicinal Herbs!!!
Red Zeppelin onion
Red Candy Apple onion
Other onions
Sweet onions
Northern lights leeks
Purple potatoes
Yukon gold potato
Derby beans
Romaine lettuce
Black-seeded Simpson lettuce
Butter crunch lettuce
Dragon toungue arugula
Swish chard
Red, yellow and purple carrots
Butternut squash
Spaghetti squash
Honeydew melon
Tigger melon
Yellow watermelons
Veronica cauliflower
Buddha's hand
All kinds of banana
Dwarf banana
Olives ( fresh not brined)
Granny Smith apple
Pums that grow in zone 9
Goji berries
Miracle berries
Bush cherry
Passion flower/fruit
Ginkgo biloba
Pineapple guava
Strawberry guava
Pears or apples that grow in zone 9
Paw paw
Golden raspberry
Citrus cuttings

Red papaya
Acorn squash
Sweet red Italian bell Pepper
Cajun belle peppers
Red Marconi bell pepper
Green bell pepper
Detroit dark red beet
Grand Rapids lettuce
Starfruit ( a few from St Lucia!)
Citron watermelon
Yellow bell pepper
Red plum
Everglade Cherry tomato
American purple top rutabega
Crenshaw melon
Nantes carrot
Danvers half long carrot
Mini sweet bell peppers
Rutgers tomato
Copenhagen cabbage
Summer squash
Early Golden acre cabbage
Emerald broccoli
Scarlet Nantes carrot
Hale's best canteloupe
Roma tomato
Large red cherry tomato
Jack o' lantern pumpkin
Georgia collards
Early snowball cauliflower
Juan canary melon
Piel del sapo melon
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Acacia campylacantha

Acacia gerrardii Benth

Acacia hockii

Acacia mearnsi

Acacia nilotica

Acacia polyacantha

acacia seyal

acacia sieberina

Adansonia digitata L

Adenia cissampeloides

Adenia rumicifolia

Adhatoda engleriana

Albizia coriaria

Albizia coriaria

Albizia spp.

Alchornea corclifolia

Aloe sp.

Alstonia boonei

Alstonia boonei

Ambrosia maritime

Aristolochia elegans

Aristolochia elegans

Aspilia kotschyi

Aspilia pluriseta

Balanites aegyptiaca


Bidens pilosa

bidens(not pilosa)

Bridelia micrantha

Brillantaisia Kirungae

Brillantaisia mahonii

Bryophylllum pinnatum

C. bonariensis

Canarium schweinfurthii

Capparis erythrocarpos

Capparis tomentosa

Cardamine trichocarpa

Cardiospermum grandiflorum

Carissa edulis

Carissa edulis

Cassia acutifolia

Cassia acutifolia. Senna

Cassia didymobicola

Cassia nigricans

Centella asiatica

Chasmanthera dependent

Chenopodium opulifolium

Chenopodium ugandae

Chlorophytum sp.

Citrus colocynthis

Citrus limon

Clerodendrum cordifolium

Clerodendrum discolor

Clerodendrum myricoides

Clerodendrum myricoides


Coffea canephora Rubiaceae

Combretum molle

Combretum molle G.Don

Commelina benghalensis

Commelina benghalensis

Commiphora molmol

Commiphora myrrha.MYRR

Conbretum paniculatum

Crassocephalum crepidioides

Crassocephalum mannic

Crotalaria glauca

Croton zambesicus Muell

Cryptolepis sanguinolenta

Cryptolepsis sanguinolenta

Cyathula prostrata

Cymbopogon densiflorus

Dracaena steudneri

Dracaena steudneri

Echinops amplexicaulis

Embelia schimperi

Entada abyssinica

Entada abyssinica

Entada abyssinica

Entada abyssinica

Entada abyssinica

Erythrina abyssinica

Erythrina abyssinica

Erythrina senegalensis.

Erythrococca bongensis

Euphorbia stapfii

Ficus Mucuso

Ficus natalensis

Flueggea virosa

Garcinia buchananii

Grewla Pubescens

Guizotia scabra

Haplophyllum tuberculatum

Harpagophytum sp

Hellchrysum Nudlfollum

Hibiscus sabdariffa

Holarrhena floribunda.

Hydrocotyle manll

Hymenocardia acida

Hymenodictyon parvifolium

Ipomoea wightii Choisy

Jateorhiza palmata

Jateorrhiza palmate

Justicia betonica Linn

Justicia flava Vahl

Kigelia africana

Kigelia africana

Kigelia africana (Lam.) Benth.

Lawsonia inermis

Leonotis nepetaefolia.

Leonotis nepetifolia

Lippia multiflora Moldenke/TEA OF GAMBIA

Lonchocarpus laxiflorus

Maesa lanceolata Forssk.

Mangifera indica L.

Markhamia lutea

Maytenus senegalensis

mentha sp

Microglossa pyrifolia

Mitragyna ciliate

Morella kandtiana

Morinda citrifolia

Moringa oleifera Lam

Myrica kandtiana

Nauclea latifolia

Ocimum sauve

Phystostigma venenosum

Phytolacca dodecandra

Picralima nitida

Piliostigma thonningii

Piliostigma thonningii

Piptadeniastrum africanum

Piptadeniastrum africanum

Plectranthus BARBATUS

Plectranthus barbatus

Plumbago zeylanica L.

Polyscias fulva

Prunus Africana

Prunus africana

Prunus Africana/red stinkwood
or bitter almond

Pseudocedrela kotschyi

Psorospermum febrifugum Spach

Psorospermum febrifugum Spach

Pygeum africanum

Quassia africana

Rauvolfia vomitoria

Rauvolfia vomitoria Afzel

Rhus natalensis Bernh

Rhus vulgaris Meikle

Rhus vulgaris Meikle

Sansevieria liberica

Sapium ellipticum

Sarcocephalus Latifollus

Securidaca longipedunculata

Securidaca longipedunculata

Senecio maranguensis

Senna occidentalis

Sesbania sesban

Sida cuneifolia

Sigesbeckla orientalla

Solanecio mannii

Solanum aculeastrum

Solanum incanum

Solanum Incanum

Solenostemma argel

Spathodea campanulata

Spathodea campanulata

Spilanthes mauritiana

Steganotaenia araliacea

Stephania dinklagei

Syzygium cumini

Taddalia asiatica

Tamarindus indica

Tamarindus indica

Terminalia glaucescens

tetradenia urticifolia

Tinospora caffra

Toddalia asiatica

Trichilia emetica

Venonia amygadalina

vernonia adoensis

Vernonia amygdalina

Vernonia amygdalina

Vernonia amygdalina/BITTER LEAF

vitex ferruginea

Warburgia salutaris

Warburgia salutaris

Warburgia ugandensis

Withania somnifera

Zanthoxylum chalybeum

zanthoxylum chalybeum

zanthoxylum gillettii

zanthoxylum leprieurii

Zanthoxylum spp.

Zanthoxylum zanthoxyloides

Zehneria scabra

Ziziphus pubescens Oliver

Regards, Vincent
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I only house organic non-gmo seeds and plants and and do not support anything less.

However, if you dont have organic non-gmo seeds I wont swap but I can still sell some to help

All my plants are grown in a completely controlled environment.. and seeds are completely enclosed and well preserved.

Heres what I currently have available:

Yellow Sweet
Green Bell
Yellow Bell
Red Bell
Red Habanero
Orange Habanero

Small Cherry Tomato
Green Onion
Avacodo Pits

Lemon Balm (Melissa)
Tulsi Kapoor "Holy Basil"
Blessed Thistle
Bo-He "Chinese Mint"
Dan-Shen Sage
Mugwort (Common)
Gobo Burdock
African Basil
Motherwort (official)
Thyme (unknown type)Common
Moss Curled Parsley

I do have more but they are not ready yet.

Im interested in:

Wild Dagga
Gotu Kola
Yellow Gentian
Green Moutain Tea
Dream Root
Cancer Bush
Japanese Jiao-gu-lan
Ladys Mantle
Bitter Melon
Korean Mint
Stinging Nettles

Maybe others.. let me know what you have?

many herbs for exchange For Trade
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I have many herbs for trade. I'm looking for rare, flowering trees, hop rhizomes, cuttings or rhizomes of various fruit bushes and vines, nut tree nuts, especially pecan. I'd also be interested in herbs not already in my collection.

most of my seeds are organic, non-GMO and heirloom

I have:
vera lavender
true lavender
bouquet dill*
long island mammoth dill
curled chervil
italian parsley
sweet marjoram
wild marjoram
garlic chives
german chamomile
florence fennel
upland cress
sweet basil

*I have a lot of these

also, some of these were harvested more recently than 2010 but it wont let me select a more recent date.
3-7 or 8
Mulukhiyah, mloukhiya, molokhia, molohiya, mulukhiyya, malukhiyah, or moroheiya For Trade
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check the description here
I'm looking for herbs seeds
15 varieties of certified organic garlic seed For Sale
Hardneck and softneck garlic seed. All non-gmo heirloom varieties. Visit us at
Zone 5 tested. For Trade
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I have to offer the following seeds from the last couple seasons - some tested.
leaf lettuce
bush bean
sweet corn
red premium popcorn
concord grapes
PEPPERS: green, peppercini, tabasco, giant jalapeno, prolific jalapeno.
TOMATOES: grape yellow, prolific small roma, very large beefsteak, medium roma-darker, tiny yellow.
BERRIES: blackberry, giant red raspberry, juicy red raspberry, yellow raspberry, strawberry, ground cherry.

I want to have more variety in my garden for next year. I am looking for:
Perrenials: yarrow (red or white), threadleaf coreopsis, catmint, black-eyed susan, Autumn Joy sedum, artemisia.
Bulbs: crocus, snowdrop, daylilly (red), dutch hyacinth, daffodil, gladiolus.
Ground cover: indian mock strawberry, winter creeper, aaron's beard, periwinkle, chamomile.
Vines: trumpet vine, honeysuckle.
Annual flowers: madagascar periwinkle
Veg: asparagus, bush peas
Peppers: banana, cayenne, more varieties!
Herbs: oregano, rosemary, marjoram, tarragon, thyme, savory, more?
Non-tree fruits: Bluecrop, Patriot, and Jersey blueberries
Medicinal plants: echenisia
Greens: chicory, romaine, more?
and other interesting things.

Note: I live in zone 5/upper midwest.

Please don't ask for free seeds. I only have a few of each as I am just a small backyard gardener with a fancy for saving seeds. :)
Wild Angelica, Woodland Angelica, Ground Ash, Holy Ghost – Angelica sylvestris - 100 seeds For Sale
This is 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 (the root and the seeds are antispasmodic, aromatic, carminative, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic, and tonic). The biennial plant 1,5-1,8 m (5-6 ft) high, frost hardy to zone 5. On the photo is young top of plant before flowering (such peeled stalks are very tasty raw). Package of 100 seeds (harvested in summer 2013)
5 and warmer
cilantro For Trade
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cilantro harvested 2012-2013
sweet marjoram For Trade
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sweet marjoram harvested 2012-2013
lime basil For Trade
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lime basil harvested 2012-2013
basil For Trade
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basil 2012-2013
some veggetable and kiwano seeds for trade For Trade
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i have some veggie :
rawit pepper
chinese toon
ufo pumpkin

kemangi / indonesian basil
javanese ginseng

passion fruit

i need this seeds :
Tomato Hrusha Chorna
Cucumber Bilyy Anhel-White Angel
Shishito pepper
tuscan black plam cabbage
please send a mail to : if do you interesting, thnks very much
Culinary/Medicinal For Sale
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Lemon Balm, Oregano, Coriander
Garlic Cloves and Bulbils For TRADE For Trade
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Garlic Available for trade, all sent as cloves, bulbils avail simply means I also have those.
looking for trading toward new and other varieties of garlic both hard and soft necked.

at this time not interested in Silverskin Italian Late, Oregon Blue, Chesnok Red, Purple glazer, Bogatyr and Korean Red Garlic as I have a source for all of those next year

Rogue River Red
Applegate Giant
Early Red Italian
Red Toch
Martins Heirloom, LIMITED Supply Bulbils avail
Amish rocombole, Bulbils avail
German Red, Bulbils avail

Especially interested in some new transylavanian stock
For Trade For Trade
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Hi Iam new to this ,would like to trade ,herb seeds and flower seeds -I have feverfew ,fennel , cilantro,dill,chamomile,catnip,basil,chervil,carrot seeds,sunflower seeds,tomoto seeds and more ,all seeds were harvested in 2012.Iam looking for all and any kinds of bulbs or perennial seeds or herbs like pineapple sage,lavender mint,orange thyme,clary sage,orange mint.
Organic Heirloom Dill - Bouquet Variety !! For Sale
The best heirloom, dill variety that I've ever grown.

100% Organic.

Easy to grow.

25 seeds for $ 1.00 PLUS one stamp
Salad burnet, anyone? For Trade
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Hoping to trade for salad burnet seeds. Can offer home-garden saved Zulu Daisy seeds, cilantro, purslane, Texas Mountain Laurel, red Russian kale. Can also offer purchased, never-opened, current season seeds: sugar snap peas, golden beets, red lettuce.
Zones-depends on which seed is desired. All did well in 8-9
Pimpinella, Burnet Saxifrage Pimpinella saxifraga - rare aromatic spice 100 seeds For Sale
This is a little known spice plant. The aromatic leaves can be added in small quantities to salads, or used to flavour the drinks. The seeds are used as a condiment to sweet dishes. They have a unique, spicy taste. The roots are used as a flavouring in sweets and liquers. They taste like spicy fruits. Perennial. Very drought and frost hardy. Easy to grow. The seed requires a period of cold stratification, so they can be sown in autumn outside or in pots in a cold frame. Package 100 fresh (harvested in summer 2012) seeds.
5 and higher
Swedish Ginger Peucedanum palustre- aromatic roots spice, very frost hardy - 50 seeds For Sale
Botanical name: Marsh Hog's Fennel (Peucedanum palustre). This plant formerly was cultivated for roots resembling a ginger in taste. This roots are used like a ginger substitute. There is very tasty a coffee with a piece of root of Swedish Ginger. The roots can be also candied in a sugar or honey. This is also medicinal plant: the roots are stimulant and are used in the treatment of epilepsy. This plant needs any moisture-retentive soil in a sunny or half shade position and is very frost hardy. Very easy to grow.Package 50 fresh seeds (harvested in summer 2012)
Clove Root, Wood Avens, Bennet's Root, Old man's whiskers - Geum urbanum - a rare spice - 100 seeds For Sale
This is small perennial with edible roots. These roots have taste and smell of clove with a hint of cynamon. They can be boiled to obtain very delicious drink or can be used as spice in cooking. Leaves are also edible but hairy and not tasty. This is also medicinal plant, used as tonic, febrifuge, astingent and stomachic herb. Dried roots repel moths. They have 9 % of tanins. This species was widely cultivated as a pot-herb in the 16th century. Plant easy to grow. Frost hardy to zone 6. Package of 100 fresh seeds (harvested in summer 2012).
Crow Garlic, Wild Onion - Allium vineale - 100 aerial bulbils For Sale
This is perennial bulbous plant to 60-120cm (2-4 ft) high. The bulbs, aerial bulblets, leaves and flowers have nice, garlic like (but a little another, specific) taste. They are edible raw or cooked. Very good spice to for example lacto-fermented young shoots of Cow Parsnip or cucumbers. Plant have a divided (into a cloves) bulbs, like a small garlic. The bulbils harvested in summer 2013. Coin on the photo is size of one inch. Promotion. Package of 100 aerial bulbils.
Wild Field Garlic - Allium oleraceum - 200 aerial bulbils For Sale
This is perennial bulbous plant to 60-90cm (2-3 ft) high. The bulbs, aerial bulbils, leaves and flowers have nice garlic aroma. The delicious bulbs have mild radish like and garlic like taste. They are edible raw or cooked. Very good spice to for example lacto-fermented young shoots of Cow Parsnip or cucumbers. Plant have a simple bulbs, not divided into a cloves, like a small onion. The new bulbils harvested in summer 2013. The coin on the photo is size of one inch. Promotion. Package of 200 aerial bulbils.
5a-6a or more
dill For Trade
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fragrant foliage. great seed producer.
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High quality of annatto seeds dried ready to export with all requirement to international market

1. Leading name of Commodity : Annatto Seeds – Brazil

2. Presentation: Dried, Cleaned, and Sorted

3. Technical specifications:

- Bixine contain: 2,5 % min.

- Admixture contain: 1 % max.

- Moisture: 8 – 12%

4. PACKAGE: Packed in P.P bag of 40 – 50 – 65 Kg.

5. LOADING: 1 x 20´ Dry FCL (18 MT per container)

6. QUANTITY AVAILABLE: 270MT per month according availability of product at origin


8. PHYSICAL SAMPLES AVAILABILITY: Packet of 100 grs through SGS channel with fee charges over Client account.

9. DELIVERY TERMS: Within following 30 days after confirmation of payment.


11. PRICE: To agree with Client according market rates


Bill of Loading (B/L)

Original Invoice

Phytosanitary Certificate

Certificate of Origin

Packing List

Certificate of Inspection by SGS,at loading Port.

Contact us now and get more information
Organically Grown Seeds/Clippings Available For Trade
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I've got Coriander (cilantro), and dill seeds available as well as peppermint clippings.

Seeds were harvested this year.
Salad burnet For Trade
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Salad burnet, Poterium sanguisorba, is an interesting herb to grow in your garden with it's fern-like leaves, but even more importantly it's an easy to grow, useful herb. It's leaves taste much like cucumber, and can be used whole in salads or chopped into soups and other dishes.
Burnet does not dry well, but you can freeze it or use it in your herb vinegar mixtures. It has an excellant flavor for vinegars that you use in salad dressings! The tender leaves can be used in dips, with fish, or in tea sandwiches.
plant hardiness zone 3
Lemon Balm Cuttings for Trade For Trade
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I have "lemon balm" cuttings for trade, whatever I can grow in Texas (seeds, cuttings, flowers, herbs, anything!). And oh-so-fragrant! I am new to this site and trading altogether, new to gardening as well, so, advice on how to send this and how to grow what is traded for would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
For Trade - Herbs: Parsley, Chives, Basil For Trade
I have parsley, chives, and basil seeds to trade. These are seeds packed for 2012. I am open for fruit, vegetable, other herb, or flower trades.

Check out my blog to see how the bunch I planted are doing -
Chia For Trade
Seeds are packed with nutrients. Native to N America.
Cumin For Trade
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Cilantro For Trade
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Slow bolting
Purslane For Trade
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Purslane -

Wildcrafted Purslane - great stuff, tenacious, tasty, and prolific - some of the plants I collected seeds from were as much as a foot tall and a foot across.
my understanding is it grows everywhere
herbs green & lettuce for swap or postage For Trade
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herbs greens&lettuce:

southern giant curled mustard (1 trade)
moss curled parsley (1or2 trades left)
long island mammoth dill (1 trade left)
red lettuce (3 left)
sweet leaf dill (1or2 left)
borage (1or2 left)
corn salad
slow bolt cilantro (2 left)
gourmet lettuce blend (a few left)
Parseley For Trade
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Rapid growing and hearty in southern climates.
Dill For Trade
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Dill, feathery light herb
Basil For Trade
Willing to trade for anything that might grow in Texas
Hybrid Basil For Trade
Hybrid mixture of Cinnamon, Genovese, Lime, Tall Lemon, Mammoth and Purple Petra Basil
catnip For Trade
Yarrow For Trade
ACHILLEA MILLEFOLIUM The most medicinally active variety. White flowers and feathery foliage. Proven mosquito repellent. Impressive all-round natural remedies without equal. Owing to their bitter principles, they have the reputation as general fortifiers, helping to build the body's natural resistance. They improve digestion, circulation, and the functions of the liver, gall bladder, and kidneys. They are valuable wound herbs for cuts and make excellent cosmetic lotions for cleansing and beautifying the skin.

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