I have lots of free seeds to give away!
I had a similar post on here a week or so ago, but have now typed up a partial list and thought up some changes in how I would like to proceed.
A relative who has been saving seeds for years donated me a huge stash of different tomato varieties. I've worked with them for five years, and found the types that can stand up to our wacky climate. She asked me to pass on ones that don't work for me, so I'd like to do that.
I also have huge amounts of landrace tomato seed from past years that I'd like to share. Basically, it is just a jumble of thirty or so varieties, with the types that did best with minimal care in Colorado predominating. Everything from cherry tomatoes to slicers, different colors, etc.
And there is lots of commercial seed that is getting older that I'd like to get rid of. I'm trying to consolidate and focus on the stuff that is really important to me.
I’ve decided I don’t want seeds in trade; after all, the reason I’m doing this is that I have too much stuff to deal with!
Don’t PM me without posting on here what you want. That way, I won’t get duplicate requests. If a variety is marked “many” go ahead and request it even if others want it; I’ve got a lot.
More seeds will be posted shortly; I'll edit the lists.
For tomatoes and other small seeds, a single self addressed, stamped envelope should be fine for five or six packets. For larger seeds, you’ll have to send more for shipping; we can discuss that by PM.
Relatively old commercial seed
*radicchio, many packets
*sunflower, mammoth, skyscraper, several
*sunflower, micro greens, 50 grams
*Sweet corn, many varieties, heirloom and hybrid
*Early Purple Vienna Kohlrabi, many
*Snowball Cauliflower, many
*Swiss chard, fordhook, Silverado, many
*Beet, early wonder, gourmet blend many
*Chinese Mustard many
*Santa Fe Grande Hot Pepper, Fatalii pepper,
*Hybrid Max’s Gold Zucchini
*Luffa Gourd, several
*Yardlong Bean, several
*Assorted zucchini and squash, many
Stinging Nettle several
Garlic Chives several
Alexandria Alpine Strawberry
Mexican Tree Spinach
Scarlet Gleam Nasturtium
Chinese Parsley Cilantro
*Much of this seed is non-organic but non-treated.
Old tomato seed: Most saved by home seed savers, all fairly old (up to 10 years; tomato seed should be still somewhat viable at that point. I know little about any of these varieties.)
Aunt Gertie’s Gold
Sweet Gold Cherry
Tricolor Cherry (a mix)
Austin’s Red Pear
Black from Tula
Heinz Classic Processor
Grandma Oliver’s Chocolate
Doucet’s Plum Red
My landrace tomato seeds: LOTS.