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I'm looking to trade seeds. I'm looking for any citrus, especially Australian desert lime, finger lime, poncirus trifoliata, Triphasia tripholia, loquat, pomegranate, cassabanana, chayote and any other subtropic/tropical fruits, multiplier onions/shallots as well as temperate stone fruits. And anything else that might interest me.

I have the following available and more to come as I sort out my collections.

Echinacea purpurea
Mckormac blue giant dent corn
Landrace dual purpose corn / landrace sweet corn
Woodland sunflower aka helianthus divaricatus
Grain sorghum
Heirloom wild cherry tomatoes unknown variety
Aunt Molly's ground cherry
Heirloom butternut squash
Cuban tobacco Havana gold adapted to zone 5

Let me know if you would like to trade and thanks for looking.
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Mixed grape seed
Black lentil seed
Serpent Gourd
pampas
Sunflower
North American maple
Eggplant
Giant sequoia
Bonsai pomegranate
Peppermint herb
Purple Cauliflower
Mini watermelon
Coriander herb
Chives
Peanut seeds
Bonsai lemon
kiwi
red climbing strawberry
ginger root
raspberry bush seed
brown flax
barley
Paulownia (invasive in some areas)
purslane
dandelion
landrace corn
yellow dock rumex cripus
corn
black sugar cane
garlic chives
wisteria vine
wheat
cotton
Fairly certain I have pomegranate
Have a 5” 3 ring binder overflowing with seeds these are the ones I can remember. I’m looking for any kind of tree, tall grass or reed. Looking to create a windbreak on my property. In several years of growth of course:)

If you message me we can swap numbers more than willing to read all the seeds from the binder.
 
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What zone are you in?  I'm interested in the black sugar cane and pomegranate. As far as tree seeds go I have white oak, boxelder, and I have a type of hybrid poplar that I got from MSU  that reaches maturity in 5 years under favorable circumstances. It is propagated by cuttings.
 
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