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have:

I now have thousands of kale,mustard (red giant), and kallards (great plant to plant hybrid, collards/kale)

want:

wolfberry/goji cuttings (lycium), JChokes (h. tuberosum)
 
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summer/fall wish list...

HAVE: (as of 8-6-13)

Red Russian Kale (by the thousands)
Kallards (plant to plant cross of collards and kale, it goes to flower in hot areas for bee food)
Buckwheat
Japanese red giant mustard
Pak choi
Asian culinary greens (mizuna, tat soi and others)



WANT: (as of 8-6-13)

In prep for late summer/fall/winter planting, I'm looking for:


Arugula (Apollo)
Rutabaga
Pea Varieties (Alaskan, Blue Podded)
Beets ( Albino, Bulls Blood, Chioggia, Early Blood Turnip)
Carrots ( Danvers, Dragon, Jaune du Dourbs, Paris Market)
Collards (Ga Southern, Vates)
Kohlrabi (Purple Vienna, White Vienna)
Herbs (Chives, Cilantro, Parsley(Giant from Italy)
Lettuce ( Amish Deer Tongue, Baby Oakleaf, Lolla Rossa, Baquieu, Forellenschuluss, Granpa Admires, Rouge D'Hiver, Winter Density, Yugoslavian Red Butterhead)
Radish (China Rose, French Breakfast, Plum Purple, Watermelon, White Icicle)
Spinach (Bloomsdale)
Swiss Chard (Rhubarb Red, Red, or Bright Lights)
Turnip (Purple White-Top Globe)
Heirloom Garlic and Onion Varieties
Endive (Tres Fine Maraichere)
 
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hey George - this is great! I'll send you a list tomorrow - this is my reminder so I can get back here easily. thanks!
 
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would love:
buckwheat
clover
jer. artichokes

have:
patty pan squash (white winter)
old fashio mustard
sugar pie pumpkins
pickling cucs (I think they're russian)
blaCKBEAUTY EGGPLANT
BANTAM CORN
CHARLESTON GRAY WATERMELON
DRAGON TONGUE
touchon carrots
radishes - french b'fast
 
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Hi George,

I will get a list together in the next couple of days and get back to you! Posting this here so I can find my way back easily.
 
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I have a lot of chicory that has gone to seed. Unfortunately, I didn't mark them, and there are five different varieties (palla rossa, witloof, riccia schiana, jagged leaf catalonia, and cornetto di bordeaux). They may well have crossed in the field. If you would like to try your luck and see what you get, send me a PM.
 
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Maryanne,

I have buckwheat and clover but my Jerusalem artichokes aren't established enough to send any off yet.

Could we trade for some patty pan and touchon carrots?

 
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want: early spring vegetable seeds for zone 7

have: asian greens tat soi mizuna mustards kallards

Who wants to do some swaps?

Thanks -
 
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I have a lot of kallard, a collard/kale cross if anyone would like to try it It's very spicy, w/ pungent flavor.
 
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I do not yet have seeds to swap. Can you direct me to the appropriate thread or suggest how I can acquire comfrey, clover, stinging nettles seeds? They are not available via the seed savers exchange or Eden brothers. Any direction or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
 
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I would like stinging nettle seeds too, since I can't bring plants or cuttings. The local nettle species in this region only grows at super high altitudes like over 14,000 feet, and not down in inhabited areas.

Also I'll be in the US in August and would like to have tree seeds, particularly ginkgo, linden, maybe Asian pears (is that sensible?), osage orange, or pawpaw. The zone is equivalent to 5 or 6. I know some of these need to be stratified so I'd be eternally grateful if someone could keep some seeds in the fridge and mail them to me in the US in August. If ginkgo or any of the others are only ready later in the season, I could manage that too.

I don't think I have a lot of interesting seeds to share. Um, hardy high altitude apricots, seeds off trees that produce a super sweet fresh apricot with a white seed shell and an edible sweet delicious kernel. But of course fruit doesn't come true to seed, so the resulting tree is unlikely to have a sweet kernel, though the fruit should be pretty sweet and nice.
 
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Janet and Rebecca-

You're in luck. I thought the best I could do is offer some stinging nettles seeds in a few months, but I checked and found a couple bags of seeds that I had ready for some other people here who didn't respond. So I have exactly two small bags of Urtica dioica seeds that I'll gladly send out if you provide your addresses. I especially like the idea of some little ol' Iowa nettles taking a trip around the world, to the top of the world!

I'm interested to know whether they're still viable. They've been in rolled up ziplocs outside in a grocery sack for about four months now. Mice haven't chewed into the bag and they've stayed dry and relatively cool on the north side of my house so they're not completely rotten. They look totally fine. Anyway, I can send those, and whether they work or not, I can send more in a few months. I plan on collecting lots of seed in the fall now that I know there's interest in them. I have a large patch on my property.

Rebecca, if you're saying those apricots are from zone 5 or 6 I'd like to try a few. (Do high altitude plants only do well at altitude? Even if so, I'd like to try them at my lowly ~1200 feet here.)

Janet, don't worry about sending anything in exchange. For clover, I recommend Richter's; I've had great luck with what I ordered from them this year. For comfrey, there are a lot of folks here offering to swap here if you don't want to buy a large amount. I wanted to get a large amount established at my new place so I ordered some from Twisted Tree Farm. Akiva Silver is the operator and posted somewhere on the forums about the comfrey they had. I've had great success with the cuttings I received from them, but they're not established enough to dig them up.

PM me your addresses and I'll send out some stinging nettles seeds.
 
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Rebecca, I just checked and I still have about two dozen seeds left over from the Osage Orange I picked apart last March for sending seeds to various permies.com people: http://www.permies.com/t/33425/trees/Osage-Orange-seeds#263340 They've just been sitting dried in an open bowl since then -- after some winter stratification on the ground before I picked up the fruit to take it apart -- at room temperature, so I have no idea how viable they are. But if you want me to mail them to you in August when you're in the US, just PM me an address and I'll throw them in an envelope for you. No trade needed.
 
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i've got a bazillion fresh cherry tree seeds if someone is interested.

ok not a bazillion, but theres tons of them right now.
theres a small black wild cherry, a large juicy red cherry, and some royal ann cherry seeds, fresh from this last month they have been ripening here in zone 8.
 
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Egyptian walking onions, anyone? I have lots and lots of topsets. Send me a PM with your address, and soon they can be walking all over your garden.
 
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I really like this idea. Right now I don't have anything available and I'm not sure what I would like in exchange for it either but I wanted to post on here so I can easily find my way back.

I do have comfrey. Right now it's kind of struggling due to the heat wave we're having here. It had flowers on it a few weeks ago and I haven't checked for seeds yet but it's possible I may have some available. I need to dig them up this coming winter so I can spread them out so I get more plants.

I just transplanted some raspberry canes the other day. I have them shaded and I'm watering generously so I really hope they survive and start putting out new leaves soon.
 
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Is this forum still open for seed swapping?I have moonflower seeds that grow in a big spiky pod and they only open at night but smell really sweet and the plant can get pretty big,i also have Chelom or also called spider plant all colors,i also have Cyperus vine and are really about ready to go,also i have a BUNCH of my heart lies bleeding Red in color and my stalks got to be about 6 foot high with long seed prons that is used as a grain and the leaves are also edible. I also have Cardinal vine seeds to share or swap.I will try to load a video on youtube.
 
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John Elliott wrote:Egyptian walking onions, anyone? I have lots and lots of topsets. Send me a PM with your address, and soon they can be walking all over your garden.



It's still open for seed swapping, but I'm going to have to suspend the Egyptian walking onion offer. But I'm sure I will be back next summer with more topsets to offer.
 
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I have some dill (colossal), cilantro/coriander, watermelon (Blacktail mnt. Short growing season), and iriquois melon (cantaloupe type) that I'd be willing to trade for...? Would really like some perennial greens (chard, collards, etc). Also any berry bushes or whatever you can think of.
 
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I've got some tropical fruits seeds that I've saved during my travels, they are from small gardens, locally grown (and I only keep the seeds of very tasty fruits ) : star apple and soursop (both from the Philippines), very nice papaya from an island in Thailand, canistel (Malaysia, in the mountains, a bit colder area)... I'd love maybe to have some nice cherimoya seeds?... or some other nice fruit? Tell me what you've got
I also have fig seeds from Corfu in the Mediterranean, the sweetest and tastiest figs I've eaten. The fruits were small, dark purple in color, intense flavour...
(btw, shipment is to/from Sweden, not sure if that works?)
 
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Messaged you about walking onions.



I don't have a need for tropical plants atm, but...

I have a mass of a tall Cherokee OKRA





Followed by a Cherokee white-eagle corn that grows very tall and is of flint variety (good for grindstone/meal)



on the cob...

incredible variety

GA rattlesnake melon, lots of seed, these are tasty on a hot day...




 
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This is my seed list nothing really out of the ordinary just have a milk crate full of glass baby food jars and ziploc bags that could use some thinning out

Pole beans
Lakota beans
Kentucky blue
Cowpeas
Mexican black beans
Purple hyacinth vine
Water bottle gourd
Squash straight neck
Squash summer crock
Squash dixie hybrid
Acorn squash
Pumpkin Connecticut field
Pumpkin triple treat
Luffa gourd
Watermelon allsweet
Watermelon crimson sweet
Cucumber lemon
Cucumber sumter
cucumber straight eight
Cucumber marketmore 76
Cantaloupe hales best jumbo
Red romaine lettuce
Pak choi
Turnip purple top white globe
Carrot chantenay
Mammoth basil
Mammoth basil (second gen from garden)
Tarragon
Mexican tarragon
Sage broad leaf
Rosemary
Dill hara
Dill mammoth
Cilantro/coriander
Chamomile
Echinacea pink cone flower
Tomato brandywine
Tomato brandywine (second gen from garden)
Tomato brandywine (third gen from garden)
Black krim tomato
Black krim tomato (second gen from garden)
Black krim tomato (third gen from garden)
Cherry tomato(third gen from garden, first year plant was hybrid, two years collecting seeds from highest producer)
Beefsteak tomato
Eggplant black beauty
Eggplant black beauty (second gen from garden)
Habanero pepper
Sweet banana pepper
Pablano pepper
Cowhorn pepper
Okra emerald
Okra burgundy
Artichoke emerald
Sunflower mammoth
Wildflower tickseed
Wildflower sweet william
Nasturtium dwarf cherry rose
Dahlia zinnia

So thats what I have PM if you want something



 
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I'd for sure go for a few seeds of the
Scarlet runner bean, and any pole beans.
 
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This is my second year saving some seeds.

I currently have plenty of the following seeds available

Rattlesnake pole beans
Dwarf French Velour Purple green beans
jalapeno pepper
Ghost pepper
Mammoth Grey Stripe sunflowers
 
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Hey Kate,

I'm doing seed swaps. I need pole beans and
runner beans. I'm going to pass for now-
on
the rattlesnake beans.....
John H. zone 9
 
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John Harris wrote:Hey Kate,

I'm doing seed swaps. I need pole beans and
runner beans. I'm going to pass for now-
on
the rattlesnake beans.....
John H. zone 9



The rattlesnake beans are pole beans .
 
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I can't edit my post anymore so this is just some added info to save some time, My garden is only 782 sq feet and I only keep the seeds from 2 or 3 of my earliest and biggest fruits and vegetables and we eat the rest so we really don't collect hundreds of seeds of each variety, I would love to swap with anybody interested but trades would be limited 10 to 20 seeds of each type I still have.
 
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hey again Kate.
O.K. you got a point-
they are polebeans.
O.K. lets set up a seed exchange-
you would like some egyptian spinach, or
calabaza? Or calendula, or Rapini or
mustard greens?
tell me- and well arrange a swap
I have velvet beans also.
John H.
 
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John Harris wrote:hey again Kate.
O.K. you got a point-
they are polebeans.
O.K. lets set up a seed exchange-
you would like some egyptian spinach, or
calabaza? Or calendula, or Rapini or
mustard greens?
tell me- and well arrange a swap
I have velvet beans also.
John H.



I would be interested in Calabaza and Egyptian spinach.
 
Noel Deering
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I have a lot of stinging nettles seeds, can grab more bur dock anytime, and after the hunting seasons are over in another month I can grab some more yarrow.

Wanting:

black locust, osage orange, sea buckthorn,... and just about anything that will survive zone 5, preferably perennials
 
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Hello all, here are the seeds that I have available for trade. All items marked with an *, have an availability of 1 or 2 small trades. All items marked with **, have an availability of 2 to 4 small trades. All other items I have in sufficient quantities for several trades. The items that I am interested in, will be in another post.

Rainbow Inca Sweet Corn (Open Pollinated in a residential garden, so it is likely that some of the seeds are crossed with other garden varieties of sweet corn)
Dakota Black Popcorn**
Dakota Black White Popcorn** (Dakota Black occasionally throws a white cob or 2, that is what this is)
Manroot (wild harvested seeds)
Turk's Cap Squash*
Organic Butternut Squash (the squash was sold as Organic, I do not know the variety of Butternut)
Sugar Baby Watermelon
Japanese White Egg Eggplant
Mortgage Lifter Tomato**
Butter Cup Squash
Jarrahdale Squash
Glass Gem Corn
Pink Icicle Tomato
Table Gold Acorn Squash*
Rutgers Tomato**
Butter King Lettuce*
Cimmaron Lettuce*
Red Romaine Lettuce*
Chadwick's Rodan Lettuce
Vegetable Spaghetti Squash*
Table Queen Acorn Squash
Laurentian Rutabaga
Parsnip (unknown variety)
Shishito Peppers*
Dill (unknown variety, and the seeds are several years old, but the plants were big, and I can be generous with this seed)
Wild Cosmos*
 
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These are the seeds that I would gladly accept for trade:
Beans:
--Black Valentine (a.k.a. Henderson's Black Valentine)
--Blauhilde
--Bountiful
--Burpee's Stringless
--Calypso (a.k.a. Yin Yang)
--Cherokee Trail of Tears (a.k.a. Cherokee Black)
--Empress
--Good Mother Stallard
--Hidatsa Red (a.k.a. Hidatsa Indian Red)
--Hidatsa Shield Figure
--Hutterite Soup
--Ideal Market
--Ireland Creek Annie
--Jacob's Cattle
--Kenearly Yellow Eye
--Landreth Stringless
--Lazy Wife
--Lina Sisco's Bird Egg
--Mayflower (a.k.a. Amish Knuttle)
--Painted Pony
--Provider
--Purple Podded Pole
--Purple Teepee
--Rattlesnake Snap (a.k.a. Preacher Bean)
--Red Swan
--Royalty Purple Pod
--Snow Cap
--Speckled Cranberry
--Sultan's Golden Crescent
--Sultan's Green Crescent
--True Red Cranberry
--Turkey Craw
--Tiger's Eye
-Long Beans:
---Chinese Green Noodle Bean
---Chinese Mosaic Bean
---Chinese Red Noodle Bean
---Taiwan Black Seeded Long Bean
Beets:
--Cylindra (a.k.a. Formanova)
--McGregor's Favorite
--Sugar Beet (a non-GE variety please!)
Carrot:
--Oxheart
Corn:
--Black Aztec
--Blue Jade
--Dorinny Sweet
--Cherokee Long Ear
--Cherokee White Eagle
--Hop McConnell Speckled
--Japonica Striped Maize
--Kulli Black Incan
--Oaxacan Green
--Seneca Red Stalker
--Smoke Signals
--Tennessee Red Cob
--Tom Thumb Popcorn (a.k.a. Hulless, Dwarf Rice, Squirrel Tooth)
--Wade's Giant Indian
Cucumber:
--Beit Alpha
--Chinese Yellow
--Little Potato
--Mexican Sour Gherkin
--Monika
--Poona Kheera
--Sikkim Cucumber
--True Lemon
Eggplant:
--Applegreen
--Early Black Egg
Gourd:
--Chinese Miniature (a.k.a. Jack Be Little, Munchkin)
Ground Cherry:
--Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry
Melon:
--Charentais
--Minnesota Midget
--Noirdes Carmes
--Petit Grisde Rennes
Peas:
--Sugar Snap
--Tom Thumb
Peppers:
--Alma Paprika
--Feher Ozon Paprika
Squash:
--Boston Marrow
--Delicata
--Guatemalan Blue Banana
--Honey Boat Delicata
--Long of Naples
--Melonette Jaspee De Vendee
--Minnesota Sweet
--New England Sugar Pie
--Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck
--Silver Edged
--Sweet Dumpling
--Sweet Meat
--Winter Luxury Pie
--Zucchino Rampicante
Swiss Chard:
--Rhubarb Red
Tomatillo:
--Tomatillo Purple
--San Juanito
Tomato:
--Indigo Apple
--Minibell
--Silvery Fir Tree
--Ukrainian Purple
Watermelon:
--Golden Midget
--Moon and Stars (Red Fleshed)
--Moon and Stars Yellow Fleshed
--Orangeglo
Sea Berries:
--Seed from any variety!
 
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I might also be interested in seeds of the following:
Herbs:
--Anise
--Borage
--Catnip
--Chives
--Common Mint
--English Lavender
--Feverfew
--German Chamomile
--Golden Marguerite "Kelways"
--Hyssop
--Lamb's Ears
--Lemon Balm
--Lemon Mint
--Rosemary
--Spearmint
--St. John's Wort
--Sweet Mace
--Wormwood
Flowers:
--Black-Eyed Susan
--Butterflyweed
--Lupine
--Calendula
--Blue Boy Bachelor's Buttons
--Cup and Saucer Vine
--Firmament
--Poppy (any kind)
--Strawflower
--Moonflower
--Bee's Friend
--Blackeyed Susan Vine
--Milkmaid Nasturtium
--Clark's Heavenly Blue Morning Glory
--Black Velvet Nasturtium
--Johnny Jump-up
--Old Fashioned Pansies
--Night Phlox
--Benary's Giant Zinnia
--Red Cap Zinnia
--Persian Carpets Zinnia
--Hopi Tobacco
 
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You'll above have some really nice selections...

Spring 2015

Have: Lots of Cherokee Edna Okra (10' tall, very heavy yields), Clemson Spineless Okra, Cherokee White Eagle Corn (DarkBlue/Black, White Kernals, flint type), Lots of Early Jalapeno Seeds, Purple Cayenne Pepper, Mizuna, Red Giant Mustard, Hemp, Arugula, Russian Red Kale, Dino Kale, a hot climate grown Burdock, SW Bluebird Corn (Anasazi), SW Copper Corn (Small stalks, two ears avg), Long Cayenne Pepper, Kallard (Kale/Collard mix)

Would like: Buckwheats, Calendula/Pollinator Flowers, Alfalfa, Dry Bean Varieties, Onions, the like.

Thanks -
 
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I have Jerusalam Artichokes (tubers) and Buffalo Goard seeds if anyone wants to trade for anything.
 
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Drying currently:

Mexican Marigold
Japanese Buckwheat
Edna Okra
Georgia Collard
Ghost Pepper
Chinese Lantern Pepper



Let me know - thanks -
 
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This list is still good, so I will use it again this year.

Wyatt Brush wrote:Hello all, here are the seeds that I have available for trade. All items marked with an *, have an availability of 1 or 2 small trades. All items marked with **, have an availability of 2 to 4 small trades. All other items I have in sufficient quantities for several trades. The items that I am interested in, will be in another post.

Rainbow Inca Sweet Corn (Open Pollinated in a residential garden, so it is likely that some of the seeds are crossed with other garden varieties of sweet corn)
Dakota Black Popcorn**
Dakota Black White Popcorn** (Dakota Black occasionally throws a white cob or 2, that is what this is)
Manroot (wild harvested seeds)
Turk's Cap Squash*
Organic Butternut Squash (the squash was sold as Organic, I do not know the variety of Butternut)
Sugar Baby Watermelon
Japanese White Egg Eggplant
Mortgage Lifter Tomato**
Butter Cup Squash
Jarrahdale Squash
Glass Gem Corn
Pink Icicle Tomato
Table Gold Acorn Squash*
Rutgers Tomato**
Butter King Lettuce*
Cimmaron Lettuce*
Red Romaine Lettuce*
Chadwick's Rodan Lettuce
Vegetable Spaghetti Squash*
Table Queen Acorn Squash
Laurentian Rutabaga
Parsnip (unknown variety)
Shishito Peppers*
Dill (unknown variety, and the seeds are several years old, but the plants were big, and I can be generous with this seed)
Wild Cosmos*

 
Wyatt Brush
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Location: Meade County, South Dakota
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This list is now updated for this year.

Wyatt Brush wrote:These are the seeds that I would gladly accept for trade:
Beans:
--Black Valentine (a.k.a. Henderson's Black Valentine)
--Blauhilde
--Bountiful
--Burpee's Stringless
--Calypso (a.k.a. Yin Yang)
--Cherokee Trail of Tears (a.k.a. Cherokee Black)
--Empress
--Good Mother Stallard
--Hidatsa Red (a.k.a. Hidatsa Indian Red)
--Hidatsa Shield Figure
--Hutterite Soup
--Ideal Market
--Ireland Creek Annie
--Jacob's Cattle
--Kenearly Yellow Eye
--Landreth Stringless
--Lazy Wife
--Lina Sisco's Bird Egg
--Mayflower (a.k.a. Amish Knuttle)
--Painted Pony
--Provider
--Purple Podded Pole
--Purple Teepee
--Rattlesnake Snap (a.k.a. Preacher Bean)
--Red Swan
--Royalty Purple Pod
--Snow Cap
--Speckled Cranberry
--Sultan's Golden Crescent
--Sultan's Green Crescent
--True Red Cranberry
--Turkey Craw
--Tiger's Eye
--Wyatt
-Long Beans:
---Chinese Green Noodle Bean
---Chinese Mosaic Bean
---Chinese Red Noodle Bean
---Taiwan Black Seeded Long Bean
Beets:
--Cylindra (a.k.a. Formanova)
--McGregor's Favorite
--Sugar Beet (a non-GE variety please!)
Carrot:
--Oxheart
Corn:
--Black Aztec
--Blue Jade
--Dorinny Sweet
--Cherokee Long Ear
--Cherokee White Eagle
--Hop McConnell Speckled
--Japonica Striped Maize
--Kulli Black Incan
--Oaxacan Green
--Seneca Red Stalker
--Smoke Signals
--Tennessee Red Cob
--Tom Thumb Popcorn (a.k.a. Hulless, Dwarf Rice, Squirrel Tooth)
--Wade's Giant Indian
Cucumber:
--Beit Alpha
--Chinese Yellow
--Little Potato
--Mexican Sour Gherkin
--Monika
--Poona Kheera
--Sikkim Cucumber
--True Lemon
Eggplant:
--Applegreen
--Early Black Egg
Gourd:
--Chinese Miniature (a.k.a. Jack Be Little, Munchkin)
Ground Cherry:
--Aunt Molly's Ground Cherry
Melon:
--Charentais
--Minnesota Midget
--Noirdes Carmes
--Petit Grisde Rennes
Peas:
--Sugar Snap
--Tom Thumb
Peppers:
--Alma Paprika
--Feher Ozon Paprika
Squash:
--Boston Marrow
--Delicata
--Guatemalan Blue Banana
--Honey Boat Delicata
--Long of Naples
--Melonette Jaspee De Vendee
--Minnesota Sweet
--New England Sugar Pie
--Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck
--Silver Edged
--Sweet Dumpling
--Sweet Meat
--Winter Luxury Pie
--Zucchino Rampicante
Swiss Chard:
--Rhubarb Red
Tomatillo:
--Tomatillo Purple
--San Juanito
Tomato:
--Indigo Apple
--Minibell
--Silvery Fir Tree
--Ukrainian Purple
Watermelon:
--Golden Midget
--Moon and Stars (Red Fleshed)
--Moon and Stars Yellow Fleshed
--Orangeglo
Sea Berries:
--Seed from any variety!

 
Wyatt Brush
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This list is also updated for this year.

Wyatt Brush wrote:I might also be interested in seeds of the following:
Herbs:
--Anise
--Borage
--Chives
--Common Mint
--English Lavender
--Feverfew
--German Chamomile
--Golden Marguerite "Kelways"
--Hyssop
--Lamb's Ears
--Lemon Balm
--Lemon Mint
--Rosemary
--Spearmint
--St. John's Wort
--Sweet Mace
--Wormwood
Flowers:
--Black-Eyed Susan
--Butterflyweed
--Lupine
--Calendula
--Blue Boy Bachelor's Buttons
--Cup and Saucer Vine
--Firmament
--Poppy (any kind)
--Strawflower
--Moonflower
--Bee's Friend
--Blackeyed Susan Vine
--Milkmaid Nasturtium
--Clark's Heavenly Blue Morning Glory
--Black Velvet Nasturtium
--Johnny Jump-up
--Old Fashioned Pansies
--Night Phlox
--Benary's Giant Zinnia
--Red Cap Zinnia
--Persian Carpets Zinnia
--Hopi Tobacco

 
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I have seeds from my pumpkins that have hulless seeds. The meat of the pumpkins is not as dry as squash but I have been selecting for more orange and dry flesh. So I get a crop of both pumpkin flesh and seeds that can be eaten fresh from the pumpkin. The seeds can be dried for storage they do not have to be removed from a tough hull like regular pumpkins.

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