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#21 Sea Breeze

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Posted April 04 2007 - 02:08 AM

Hi Ripple

Is the cabbage early or late? I have pretty much seeded up the garden for this year. Ree and I just planted peas at the weekend, leeks and onions are coming up in the shed, as are carrots. I am wondering if I could squeeze in broccoli? Beetroot already in. I would love to grow courgette but I would need a cold frame here as it is too exposed to wind. We have runner beans, broadbeans also which are not on your list.
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Posted April 12 2007 - 07:56 AM

Hi there-

I'm looking for Big Mama Tomato seeds. Have a relative who works for a major seed co., so can probably trade for something you want.

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Posted April 12 2007 - 01:44 PM

Im new to the forums but i would deffinently like to be involved in a seed exchange. I have Some Marigold and Snapdragon seeds that i have collected from last falls flowers. i also will soon be getting more snapdragon seeds (my flowers have already started going to seed). i also have some coleus seeds.

Edit: i have been harvesting more and more snapdragons everyday. Also i harvested some columbines today. Im going to plant a couple to see how well they germinate.

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Posted April 25 2007 - 09:28 AM

I have Mammoth Dill that is just so beautiful! If interested let me know!

I'm LOOKING for Angelica, Pinapple Mint, and various sages and other herbs...
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Posted April 26 2007 - 11:50 AM

I'm looking to start growing heirloom veggies/herbs (I understand this is the best way to harvest your own seeds)......if anybody has anything heirloom that will grow in New England, and they want to part with some, let me know. Thanks :)

#26 Sea Breeze

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Posted May 15 2007 - 07:17 AM

I have Mammoth Dill that is just so beautiful! If interested let me know!

I'm LOOKING for Angelica, Pinapple Mint, and various sages and other herbs...


I have both Angelica (which is fabulous and can be a real bush!) and pineapple mint and all sorts of herbs....but I am in Scotland. If you can get cuttings propogate them. Mint is real easy to root.

Feverfew and lemonbalm are the only ones that I let 'go to seed' all the others get cut back or they go rampant!

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#27 PeaceLoveAndWeed

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Posted June 19 2007 - 09:32 PM

I now i have some rose seeds. Also i have some catalpa seeds chives and petunia seeds

#28 i'm_not_beethoven420

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Posted July 01 2007 - 09:59 AM

I have the following seeds available......




Red & Yellow Bell Peppers

Watermelon

Canalope

Honeydew

Basil

jalapeno

New mexico Chili

Red Cherry Pepper

Pumpkin



Always looking for rare hot pepper strains and looking for black pepper, ( piper nigrum )

#29 PeaceLoveAndWeed

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Posted July 05 2007 - 02:23 PM

i now have some mountain lourel (not sure if this is how it is spelt) seeds along with all the others i have

#30 chuckf2000

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Posted September 15 2007 - 08:01 PM

How about bulb exchange? Coming into fall and in a few months, time to start planting bulbs (at least here). I'll have to see what I can rip off my wife to trade here. Or, we could buy different variaties from places and exchange with each other.

#31 johnnystillcantread

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Posted September 19 2007 - 04:41 PM

I think it would be fun to try and grow things that are native to the part of the world - of the different members of this forum.

So I would be willing to trade a Skunk cabbage root for something not native to Canada.

In case you don’t know - you can make flour from skunk cabbage root and it gets a pretty yellow flower. Cheers!
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Posted September 26 2007 - 07:43 AM

I realize it's the start of winter in most places, but I've got a load of morning glories I harvested from mine this summer. I'm not sure what variety they are, but they're an amazing blue to purple bloom...
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#33 Blunts~

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Posted December 30 2007 - 06:10 PM

Willing to trade:
Moss curled parsley
"earily" jalapeno peppers(in my garden for 08)
"grand rapids" lettuce
oregano
corn flower
dark opal purple basil
(campabula carpatica white) bell flower
squash
bird house gourd( i made a jack o lanturn out of one this holloween)
chives
yellow crooknecked squash
yellow velvet orka
grey zucchini
ice berg lettuce
eggplant
cauliflower
long island mammoth dill
"yamato 3 foot cucumber"
catnip
mint
lunaria( the money tree)
tarragon
thyme
savory
cabbage
babys breath

all of what i have listed i have plenty of....and i am looking mostly for ethnobotanicals but if you have somthing not on my list email me at stinky_budz@hotmail.com and we can talk

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Posted January 03 2008 - 12:14 AM

Ok, I'll even go first.

I have basil seeds, plus cayenne & jalapeño pepper seeds. And as a rare item some Red Peter Pepper seeds. http://www.peterpepp...ter_peppers.htm

To quote from the web site, "
which naturally and consistently contort themselves into a miniature replica of, well - take a look at its scientific name: Capsicum annuum var. annuum 'Peter' (Penis Pepper)."

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Hi poor old dad,

Do you still have Red Peter Pepper Seeds ? I would love to grow that kind of pepper, I have Thai hot chilli. Please let me know if you are interest

#35 PeaceLoveAndWeed

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Posted January 03 2008 - 03:18 PM

So a couple months ago the nursery i work went through all of their seeds that had expired and i bought them for a real good price. So now i have more seeds than i know what to do with. so here is almost a complete list of what i have.

Perennials:
Snow-In-Summer
Rockcress
Johnny Jump Up (Viola) (Helen Mount)
Blue Flax
Holly Hock
Painted Daisy
Penstemon
English Daisy
Dusty Miller
Mixed Cactus
Columbine
Blue Fescue (An Ornamental Grass)
Coreopsis
Shasta Daisy
Red Hot Poker
Dame’s Rocket
Aster


Annuals:
Ornamental Gourd Mix
Alyssum (Red)
Bachelor Button
Larkspur
Ageratum
Sanvitalia
Godetia
Marigold
Zinnia
Sweet Williams
Stock
Aster
Verbena
Globe Amaranth
Phlox
Petunia (Red)
Gypsophila (Baby’s Breath)
Celosia
African Daisy
Dahlia
Nicotiana
Candytuft
Scarlet Flax
Sweet Pea
Sunspot Sunflower (Dwarf)
Four O’clock
Tithonia
Vinca
Petite Yellow Marigold
Nasturtium (Yellow, and Red)
Golden Cheer Hybrid Sunflower (pollen-free)
Evening Sun Sunflower
Cleome
Strawflower
Cardinal Climber Vine
Schizanthus
Statice
Moulin Rouge Hybrid Sunflower
Balsam
Teddy Bear Sunflower
Texas Bluebonnet
Lobelia (Purple, blue, Rosamond, and mixed)
Bonfire Salvia
Impatiens
Golden Hedge Sunflower
Cosmos
Coleus

#36 Yoseff

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Posted January 10 2008 - 07:53 AM

Hiya all!!!

I've got a couple tea tree seeds (Camellia sinensis). I've got more than I can grow, but only two to give away. The ones I planted have already sprouted, so they're good seed stock... I'll trade them for pretty much any perennial plant...


I also have a few Lilac seeds (purple is about all I can tell you about the tree) and some acorns I collected from our farm before my parents sold the place. I dunno if they're good to grow, but they're here...
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Posted January 22 2008 - 02:32 AM

i have loads of cinnamon basil, lemon basil n some form of regular basil if anyone is in want of some ..

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Posted February 14 2008 - 09:23 PM

Here is what I have:

Shasta Alaska Daisy (4 packets)
Lilliput Zinnia - Mixed Colors (4 packets)
Countryside Wildflower Mixture (1 packet)
Old Fashioned Cut Flower Mixture (1 packet)
Nantes Coreless Carrots (1 packet)
Iceburg Lettuce (2 packets)
Large Red Cherry Tomato (1 packet)
Rutgers-Select Tomato (1 packet)
Dwarf French Marigold Mix (1 packet)
Crackerjack Marigold Mix (6 packets)

and looking for single packets or a dozen or so seeds of each:

Basil
Oregano
Thyme
Sage
Catnip
Chives
Lemon Balm
Lavender
German Chamomile

Prefer to trade but if you need or have something, that works too.

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Posted February 15 2008 - 02:36 AM

i am in search of patchoulli seed . If anyone has any or knows of where to find some holler at me

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Posted February 15 2008 - 05:19 AM

Hey Dilli,

Check here: http://home.search.e...R40QQsacatZ2032

These are 4 ebay sellers with plants. One is in Marietta and another is in Valdosta.

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