Dan Allen wrote:I don't have any seeds, just wanted to second the idea of turnips and radishes, and also suggest chia, it makes an excellent cover crop and produces tons of biomass. I use it on any bare spot in Michigan zone 5, never makes it to seed there but is still worth it for it's soil building capacity. Dry or wet ground just throw it around and it will grow fast and huge.
Carrie Nicole wrote:Hi Pearl,
I’ve got a jar full of zinnia seeds, several varieties...there’s also some celosia in there and poppies as well.
I also have a smaller amount (packets) of almost everything on your most recent list.
I was growing flowers and flower tarts commercially on a small scale so I have loads of varieties of things.
I’m trying to de-stash my seed collection so I’d be more than happy to send you a whole bunch of stuff!
Ken W Wilson wrote:Everwilde Farm is a good place for larger quantities of seeds. Their shipping is high unless your order is big enough for free shipping. MIgardener is cheap, 1.00, but the packets are small.
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