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#11 sweetersappe

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Posted January 29 2007 - 06:36 AM

I have tons of herb and flower seeds. I think I am going to do almost all my planting in containers this year, so I won't need many seeds. I have: basil, strawflower, eggplant, shasta daisies, zinnias, marigolds, alyssum, gypsophila, oregano, thyme, and more. My dad has lots of seeds he saved from last year, too. If anyone would like to share, I would love to try some unusual sweet peppers or tomatoes. We also love, love purple crowder peas and no one around here has any. :)

#12 Brkonthru2daothersid

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Posted February 04 2007 - 07:45 PM

I know its a little early or late depending on how you think of it, but anyhow its winter and nothing growing now its all died or hybernatin' lol but if anyone is interested I have some wild onions that grow in my garden and I never really use them and I have some pumpkin seeds. Thats about it for now though. Anyone interested get at me..............

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Posted February 14 2007 - 06:01 PM

I know winter is almost over, but I have cauliflower and broccoli seeds.


This is a rare request, but I am looking for bittermelon seeds and snap peas.

Know any good vendors?

#14 sweetersappe

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Posted February 18 2007 - 01:07 PM

Baker Creek sells bitter melon. I think they are a good company to deal with.
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Posted March 24 2007 - 05:36 AM

So what happened people? Did anyone ge tot swap seeds? Ripple what happened to you?

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Posted March 28 2007 - 08:50 PM

hey all, i got a few things to put up :)

-almost full packet of blue lake pole beans. i ordered some more of these without realizing that i already had this packet. theyre open pollinated, not hybrid.

-arugula. its a salad green, i dont really like it. sorta nutty/peppery/bitter taste. theres a reasonable number of seeds. open pollinated.

-mazurka spinach

the above are all from west coast seeds and are not treated with fungicide, etc.
the following are just your ordinary brands.

-yellow bush bean
-green bush bean
-zucchini
-large russian sunflower (2)
-cucumber, improved long green
-chiccory (2)
-peas, shelling, 'superb early bird' (not opened)
-cucumber
-watermelon, sugar baby
-carrot (3, one not opened)

i can test them if you like to see what percentage will germinate.

and heres some flowers saved from my moms garden:

-light pink hollyhock
-dark pink hollyhock
-maltese cross
-pink columbine


what i need:

basil is something i really need, lots of it. and pretty much any kind of heritage veggies. i want to save my own seed, so i dont want any hybrids. i also want herbs: perennial (roman) chamomile and peppermint especially, coltsfoot, mullein, vervain, rue, wood germander, valerian, milk thistle, borage... pretty much anything. just offer what you have, if youre interested, flowers too :)
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#17 dreadlockswampy

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Posted April 01 2007 - 03:08 PM

Has anyone got any Aloe Vera seeds ???

Unfortunately I have nothing to offer, I don't have a garden
& just want a few plants around the house
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Posted April 01 2007 - 05:42 PM

Aloe Vera seeds ? Nada....Don't think they go to seed in a house enviroment.
Find someone who has a established plant. Get a couple side shoots and plant in nice damp soil and in a couple of months you'll have a nice healthy plant.........

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Posted April 02 2007 - 08:51 AM

Cool, thanks
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Posted April 03 2007 - 10:00 AM

Hey seabreeze!
Was almost going to give my garden a miss altogether this year due to my hip, but Ive just spent the day digging it and all is well!

If youre after any of these let me know

Leeks
Cabbage
Carrots
Peas
Onion seeds
Broccoli
Courgettes
Edit: Beetroot too!

Just back from the garden centre too, bought one of those mushroom grow kits, going to give that a go too!

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