Janne Lassila wrote:Could the plant be Brassica rapa, or https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rutabaga ? It has been grown traditionally in recently burned areas (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slash-and-burn) , very old type of farming in Finland.
Those seeds I don't need back though .
Evan Lyons wrote:Hi,
I would just like to bump this again, how has the seed exchange gone so far?
I am looking at moving to Finland at the start of 2019 and am looking at starting my own food forest from scratch. Anyone in the Lahti area?
J Grouwstra wrote:Seed exchange with Scandinavia would interest me. My summers are colder, 16°C is my average temperature at the height of summer. My winters are warmer than the Scandinavian ones.
I did actually grow a Finnish field bean last year, called Hankkijas Mikko. If anybody in Finland has some info about this bean I would like to hear it!