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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Updated Feb 19th, 2013
  • Garden:
  • Okra 'Southern Belle' F2 - OP, 2012
  • Pumpkin 'Jack O' Lantern' F2 - OP, 2012
  • Beans 'Greasy Bean' - pole, OP 2012
  • Beans - pole (mystery variety), OP 2012
  • Peas 'Wando' - Com, 2012
  • Eggplant 'Burpee Hybrid' - Com, 2012
  • Hot Pepper 'Explosive Ember' - Com, 2011
  • Jalepeno 'Tam' - Com, 2012
  • Cilantro / Coriander - OP, 2012
  • Watermelon 'unknown' F9 - Family has been breeding this. Very large, oblong, deep red fruits, excellent flavor, getting bigger and sweeter every year, OP 2012
  • Tomatoes - many heirloom varieties, all OP, 2012. I was gifted them for seed by an experienced gardener who could not remember the names. Descriptions of type: Yellow cherry (oval, thin skinned when young, juicy, good flavor, VERY prolific, IND); Orange cherry (spherical, thick skinned, firmer fruit, IND) Pink (Strong color, medium sized fruits, firm walls, good flavor, a nice slicing tomato, IND)
  • Flowers:
  • Cosmos - mixed OP, 2012
  • Marigold 'unknown' - lemon yellow color, OP 2012
  • Zinnias - mixed variety of shapes and colors OP, 2012
  • OP = Open Pollinated + collection date
  • Com = Commercial
  • F# indicates how many generations it is from it's origin seed (F2s I have checked to ensure they are not hybrid varieties)


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Anything tasty, interesting, and child-friendly.
  • Peppers - all edible kinds (hubby is a big fan)
  • Sunflower - edible seed type
  • Popping corn
  • Peas
  • Sugar Peas
  • Beans - particularly 'Romano'
  • Eggplant
  • Spinach - large leaf
  • Red cabbage
  • Melons - any
  • Tomato - tiny currant, Brandywines, paste, or white
  • Cucumber - particularly a good pickling type, white, and a lemon variety.


Plants I have to trade:

  • Updated Feb 2013
  • Blackberry - Thorn-less trailing variety. Drought hardy. Produces enormous fruits. Fantastically sweet. I didn't like black berries until I came across this; it rivals raspberries! Roots now; cuttings soon.
  • Blackberry - native wild Kentucky blackberry, also available.


Plants I am looking for:

  • Strawberry runners - early, late, and long-bearing varieties
  • Raspberry - Any and all types
  • Saffron Crocus - bulbs
  • Mint - all kinds
  • Grape cuttings - especially table grapes, but a good juicing variety would be appreciated.
  • Scionwood (or seedlings) for zone 6b fruit trees (we get light freezes sometimes): apricot, peach, cherry (sweet and pie/tart), fig, pomegranate. Root stock and top stock both desired.