brandon7's GardenWeb Exchange Page

To contact me, or learn more about me, see my member page.


Seeds I have to trade:

  • Lately, people have been emailing me, from GW, who have never posted on GW and who's screenname doesn't even appear to be valid. I do not respond to these "anonymous" GW member's letters. Sorry, I just don't like SPAM.

  • Before initiating a seed exchange, please carefully consider the following:
  • I may occasionally offer seeds for postage, but generally when I ask for trades, I'm hoping for something of interest in exchange.
  • My seeds are always identified by the correct scientific name (when known) for proper identification. Please be sure you know what you have before offering it for trade. It's OK if you don't have the scientific name, but it's unlikely I would be interested in something like "Christmas tree seeds" or "pink hibiscus seeds". Those types of descriptions are not sufficiently descriptive for me to know what you have.
  • Please don't ask for seeds and then never get back with me. It's unfair to others for me to have to hold seeds for someone who never follows through with trades.
  • I always send seed in bubble envelopes and expect the same. I am not interested in trading with anyone who uses regular envelopes. Almost every time someone sends seeds in regular envelopes, the envelopes get torn or seeds get crushed.
  • My seeds are always packaged separately by type and properly & clearly identified. I expect the same.
  • Most of my seeds (except for really large seeds) are packaged in increments of at least 24. I would like to know, before an exchange is arranged, if you will not be sending at least that many seeds of each variety.
  • Trades for more than one type of seed are encouraged. It often costs the same to send multiple packs as it would to send just one.
  • Please be sure to include your GardenWeb screenname in all emails so I can keep up with who's who.

  • Trees and shrubs:

  • Perennials:

  • Annuals:


Seeds I am looking for:

  • If you have tree, shrub, or perennial seeds that are hardy in zones 6b to 7b, aren't invasive (not on the TN-EPPC's list), and not prone to a lot of disease and insect problems, I may be interested in them.

  • Would love to have any Asclepias hardy in zone 6 except for incarnata, syriaca, tuberosa, variegata, or viridis (which are the ones I already have).

  • I'm not usually interested in annual or vegetable seeds.
  • I'm not looking for the extremely common stuff.

  • Rare (or at least unusual), native, and easy-to-grow-from-seed are all big pluses.


Plants I have to trade:

  • a few types of Sansevieria (note that these are for local pick-up only and would be for special trade only)___have
  • cuttings from many of the types of Sedum listed below___will have next spring
  • various types of Sempervivum (Hen & Chicks)___have extras of many of those listed below


Plants I am looking for:

  • baby trees or shrubs that are hardy in zones 6b to 7b, aren't highly invasive, and not prone to a lot of disease and insect problems

  • Named/special daylilies or irises I don't already have (especially prolific bloomers / rebloomers)
  • Expensive daylilies such as:
  • Aurora Blues (John P Peat) 2006
  • Bat Flight (Robert Selman) 2008
  • Blue Delicious (Frank Smith) 2010
  • Blue Me Away (Frank Smith) 2009
  • Blue Mirage (Mort Morss) 2010
  • Border Music (Salter) 2000
  • Bridey Greeson (Grace-Smith) 2006
  • Copperhead Road (Kinnebrew) 2004
  • Dale Hensley (Frank Smith) 2010
  • Franks Catnappin (Frank Smith) 2009
  • God Save The Queen (Mort Morss) 2006
  • Heaven's Declaring (Mort Morss) 2006
  • Jennifer Trimmer (Dan Trimmer) 2007
  • Keep On Lookin (Frank Smith) 2010
  • Leprechaun Prince (Petit) 2007
  • Lexington Lace (Mort Morss) 2007
  • Lilac Queen (Kelly Mitchell) 2009
  • Matthew Kaskel (Frank Smith) 2008
  • Mississippi Blues (Stamile) 2004
  • Mystery Man (Robert Selman) 2004
  • Queen's Circle (Kelly Mitchell) 2006
  • San Luis Halloween (Mort Morss) 2002
  • Spacecoast Behavior Pattern (Kinnebrew) 2007
  • Spacecoast Party Pinafore (Kinnebrew) 2009
  • The Reverend (Mort Morss) 2006
  • Tricked Out (Robert Selman) 2007

  • Native perennials and vines

  • Sansevierias that I don't already have (not in the list below)
  • The types I do have, so far, include:
  • S. cylindrica 'Patula'
  • S. fischeri
  • S. kirkii v. pulchra
  • S. masoniana 'Congo'
  • S. pinguicula
  • S. suffruticosa
  • S. trifasciata
  • S. trifasciata 'Bantel's Sensation'
  • S. trifasciata 'Compacta'
  • S. trifasciata 'Futura Simplex'
  • S. trifasciata 'Hahnii'
  • S. trifasciata 'Moonshine'
  • S. trifasciata 'Silver Laurentii'
  • S. trifasciata 'Silver Queen'
  • S. trifasciata 'Twisted Sister'
  • A couple of species I've yet to identify that are probably something common.

  • Sedum (especially larger types) that I don't already have (not in the list below)
  • The types I do have, so far, include:
  • S. album v. gypsicolum
  • S. 'Autumn Fire'
  • S. 'Autumn Joy'
  • S. 'Cloudwalker'
  • S. 'Matrona'
  • S. sexangulare
  • S. spectabile 'Neon'
  • S. spurium
  • S. tetractinum
  • S. 'Vera Jameson'
  • A few identified Sedums

  • really special Sempervivums (Hen & Chicks) that I don't have (not in the list below)
  • The types I do have, so far, include:
  • S. 'Agnes'
  • S. 'Anne-Marie'
  • S. 'Apple Blossom'
  • S. arachnoideum v. tomentosum
  • S. 'Blue Boy'
  • S. 'Boule de Neige
  • S. 'Brock'
  • S. 'Dolle Dina's'
  • S. 'Glaucum Minor'
  • S. 'Hey Hey'
  • S. 'Kappa'
  • S. 'King George'
  • S. 'Korspel Sport'
  • S. lapari
  • S. 'Legolas'
  • S. 'Leneca'
  • S. 'Mondstein'
  • S. nevadense f/ Puerto de San Francisco
  • S. 'Purdy's 70-40'
  • S. tectorum
  • S. 'Terracotta Baby'
  • S. 'Velanovsky'
  • A few unidentified Sempervivums

  • easy to grow indoor succulents

  • succulents that would be hardy in zone 6b or colder