chervil2's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Seeds to Trade:
  • Updated 12/7/14 photos available upon request
  • Seeds Collected by me 2014
  • Artichoke Cardo Gobbo
  • Ashwagandha African Type (Withania somnifera)
  • Astragalus
  • Basil
  • Tulsi Kapoor - Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum)
  • Cactus Hardy Opuntia compressa - will send fruit
  • Cilantro Slo-Bolt
  • Miniature White Cucumber
  • Dill Bouquet
  • Medlar
  • Nasturtium
  • Pawpaw Asimina triloba
  • Tithonia
  • Tomato Black Prince, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato Blush, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato GRUENE HELARIOS, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato, Volgogradskiye Early, Azerbaijan, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato Zogola, plant grown isolated
  • Evergreenseeds.com Packets for 2014
  • Japanese Squash, Hybrid Tetsukabuto
  • Yardlong Bean, 3-Feet-Plus
  • Hyacinth Bean, Asia Purple
  • Seeds Collected by me 2013
  • Bean Bush Provider
  • Tomato - Striped German grown isolated
  • Tomato - Honeydrop Cherry grown isolated
  • Tomato - Green Sausage grown isolated
  • Tomato - Arkansas Traveler grown isolated
  • Tomato - Black Brandywine grown isolated
  • Wheat Vermont Read 1898
  • Spelt Oberkuhler Rotkorn
  • Toothache Plant Spilanthes acmella
  • Seeds Collected by me 2012
  • Rice Hayayuki Northern Japanese variety - grows well for me and Vermonters
  • Tomato Stump of the World grown isolated
  • Tomato Barnaulski konservnij grown isolated
  • Seeds Collected by me 2011
  • Tommy Toe tomato - plant grown isolated
  • Matina plant tomato - grown isolated
  • Plum Lemon tomato - plant grown isolated
  • Orange Banana tomato - plant grown isolated
  • Manyel tomato - plant grown isolated
  • Gardener's Delight cherry tomato - plant grown isolated
  • Black Aisburg tomato - plant grown isolated
  • Seeds Collected by me 2010
  • Tomato Big Rainbow plants grown isolated
  • Tomato Barnaulski Konservnij
  • Tomato Baxter's Early Bush Cherry plant grown isolated
  • Tomato Black Seaman plants grown isolated
  • Tomato Missouri Pink Love Apple plant grown isolated
  • Seeds Collected by me 2009
  • Arugula PI 120927, Turkey
  • pepper yellow bell - Golden Store grown isolated
  • tomato Black Giant, Ukraine grown isolated
  • tomato Russian 117 grown isolated
  • tomato Transparent White grown isolated
  • Seeds Collected by me 2008
  • Tomato Ukranian Heart
  • Tomato Japanese Trifle Red
  • Seeds Collected by me 2007
  • Tomato - Russian Black Pear, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Black Russian, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Subarctic Plenty, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Black from Tula
  • Seeds Collected by me 2006
  • Tomato - Silvery Fir Tree, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Yamal, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Arkansas Traveler, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Ruffled Yellow, for stuffing, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Praleska, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Ispolin, plant grown isolated
  • Tomato - Wapsipinicon Peach, plant grown isolated


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Updated 4/15/14
  • I request specifics on seed such as source, variety, and date. Poorly labeled seeds from sources like Round Robin trades do not appeal to me.
  • anise
  • artichoke such as Violetta strain
  • Asian greens
  • basil, holy (Ocimum sanctum)
  • bean filet Tavera
  • vining beans with pretty flowers other than Scarlet Runner
  • Beets such as Cylindra 3 Root Grex
  • brussel sprouts
  • carrot - fresh seed for sweet tasting, novelty white and purple varieties
  • cilantro that sprouts and thrives during the summer
  • crested celosia
  • Crocus sativus
  • Crosne (Stachys affinis)
  • cucumber
  • dahlias useful for cut flowers that do not drop petals
  • Desmodium gyrans
  • dill that sprouts and thrives during the summer
  • edible purslane
  • Eleutherococcus senticosus
  • fennel, bulb
  • ground cherry, early yielding, productive, tasty varieties of interest include Goldie and Strawberry
  • kale - Winterbor F1
  • kale - red Russian
  • kale - Beira F1
  • kale - Siberian
  • lettuce varieties for spring, summer and fall harvest
  • Lagenaria (birdhouse gourd)
  • Luffa
  • Winter Density Bibb/Romaine
  • Red Tinged Winter lettuce
  • North Pole lettuce
  • medicinal herbs that I do not have
  • minutina
  • mugwort (Artemisia vulgaris)
  • fresh onion seed such as Rossa di Milano
  • fresh seed pansy - all colors especially black
  • Paprika peppers especially my favorite Paprika Supreme F1
  • Par-cel
  • pepper - Ace Hybrid
  • pepper - short season and cold tolerant varieties
  • petunia - hybrid
  • pumpkins with naked seeds
  • pumpkin - jumbo size
  • purslane - edible
  • radicchio
  • rue (Ruta graveolens)
  • salsify
  • spinach fresh seed
  • squash buttercup
  • squash unusual varieties
  • sprouting seeds for growing on my kitchen counter for salads
  • interesting, tasty tomatoes that do not take a huge number of days to ripen
  • Tomato - Sun Sugar
  • Tomato - Juliet F1 commercial source
  • Tomato - Red Cherry tasty and non-cracking
  • Tomato - Indigo Rose
  • Vietamese cilantro (culantro)
  • watercress
  • Zanthoxylum bungeanum - Sichuan pepper
  • Tempt Me!
  • I am also interested in receiving items instead of seeds in exchange such as stamps, crafts, beautiful flower pots and planters, potpouris, herbs, spices, and non-perishable homemade foods.
  • For in person trades I am interested in large planter pots


Plants I have to trade:

  • Photos available Upon Request
  • Updated 5/5/13
  • High postage costs and the work with involved packaging make local plant deals very appealing. Packaging and Shipping make multiple item plant trades more practical. Flat rate boxes work well for large numbers of heavy plants and long shipping distances. I have been complimented on how many healthy plants I am able to pack in these boxes!
  • Winter trades may be postponed due to frozen ground and snow
  • Summer trades may be delayed due to heat which can stress some plants
  • Detailed communication involving exchanging many e-mails is essential for setting up plant trades so that each trader has a clear understanding of expectations so that there is no disappointment for anyone
  • artichoke tubers Jerusalum 'Stampede'
  • ajuga
  • aloe (houseplant)
  • Asarum canadense reflexum - wild ginger
  • Aster tataricus Tatarian aster
  • Bishop's Weed (Aegopodium podagraria) can be invasive
  • winter hardy yellow flowering cactus - two varieties of Opuntia compressa - one has larger pads, spines, and larger yellow flowers
  • catnip
  • Chinese chives or Prairie onion
  • chocolate mint (Mentha piperita)
  • cinnamon vine (Dioscorea batatas) seedlings
  • comfrey
  • cransesbill geranium
  • False Sea Onion (Ornithogalum caudatum) (houseplant)
  • giant reed grass (Arundo donax)
  • grape, Wild Concord
  • green leaved hosta
  • Hemerocallis Stella D'oro
  • Hemerocallis Honey Redhead
  • horseradish
  • Iris pallida light blue, early bloom, medium height, multiplies well
  • lamb's ears
  • lemon balm (Melissa officinalis)
  • mint varieties
  • mole purge or gopher purge (Euphorbia lathyris)
  • money plant - Lunaria
  • orange flowered daylily, ditch lily (Hemerocallis fulva)
  • rhubarb
  • ribbon grass (Phalaris arundinacea picta)
  • Siberian Iris blue
  • Soapwort, Bouncing Bet (Saponaria officiensis) self-sows too easily!
  • succulent - houseplants - have photos
  • various sedums - have photos
  • Veltheimia viridifolia (houseplant)
  • Landscape Plants:
  • Bottlebrush buckeye (Aesculus parviflora)
  • Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica)
  • lilac unknown varieties
  • - double pink
  • - light purple, large heads
  • variegated dwarf bamboo (Pleioblastus variegatus)
  • variegated euyonemous
  • Yellowgroove bamboo (Phyllostachys aureosulcata)
  • Natives:
  • black birch (Betula lenta) mint flavored bark
  • Lycopodium
  • Hayscented fern (Dennstaedtia punctilobula)
  • hemlock
  • hickory
  • Multiflora rose (Rosa multiflora)
  • native white birch
  • oak
  • partridge berry (Michella repens)
  • Pyrola elliptica (Shinleaf)
  • Sassafras - difficult to transplant
  • skunk cabbage (Symplocarpus foetidus) April and October best months to dig and ship
  • starflower (Trientalis borealis)
  • stinging nettles (Urtica dioica)
  • sugar maple
  • Violets (Viola)
  • white pine
  • wood anemone (Anemone quinquefolia)


Plants I am looking for:

  • Updated 2/10/14
  • Packaging and Shipping make multiple plant trades more practical.
  • Allium tricoccum and/or A. burdickii - ramps, wild leek
  • Artichoke tubers Jerusalum easy to peel without knobs
  • Alliums that I don't have
  • Asarum splendens
  • Asters - Hardy perennial
  • Basil - Perpetual
  • Bearded Iris - named varieties that I do not have
  • bleeding heart, white
  • carnivorous plants
  • Celeste or Violette de Bordeaux (aka Negronne) and other varieties of figs that produce in my zone 5 short season
  • Che fruit
  • citrus for culture as houseplants
  • Cobweb Leeks (Sempervivum arachnoideum)
  • colchiums
  • colorful flowers for planters
  • cranberry
  • crocus
  • Crosne (Stachys affinis)
  • daffodils
  • Desmodium gyrans
  • Dictamnus
  • Elderberry - named cultivated varieties
  • Eleutherococcus senticosus
  • Epimedium alpinum
  • Epimedium pinnatum ssp. colchicum
  • Fothergilla
  • grapes - seedless preferred
  • hardy Chrysanthemum other than yellow and Hillside pink Sheffield
  • hardy Cyclamen (hardy in zone 5)
  • hardy gladiolus
  • hardy kiwi (Actinidia) that bear bountiful crops of fruit.
  • hardy landscaping conifers
  • hardy persimmon
  • Hardy pomengranate
  • hardy Primose other than yellow
  • hardy yucca strains
  • grafted pawpaws
  • Hydrangea
  • Japanese iris
  • Lingonberry
  • Lysichiton species
  • lithops
  • magnolia
  • maypop passionflower (Passiflora incarnata)
  • mulberry - flavorful types -dwarf types preferred especially Geraldi
  • onion sets or plants
  • oregano - variegated
  • peach - hardy for zone 5
  • Pelargonium sidoides
  • quince
  • rue (Ruta graveolens)
  • sage - Curly
  • savory - winter and summer types
  • scented geraniums
  • Siberian iris - named varieties
  • snowdrops
  • Stapelia - large flowered
  • stevia
  • trillium
  • tulips
  • winter hardy cactus varieties that I don't have
  • Zanthoxylum bungeanum - Sichuan pepper
  • zebra iris (Iris pallida - variegated)
  • Tempt Me!
  • I am also interested in receiving items instead of plants in exchange such as crafts, beautiful flower pots and planters, potpourris, herbs, spices, and non-perishable homemade foods.
  • For in person trades I am interested in large planters