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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Updated 2/17/13.
  • G = Garden, number indicates year harvested
  • C = Commercial, number indicates year it was packaged for
  • T = Trade, number is the year it came marked with, if any
  • Vegetables and Fruits:
  • Lots of seeds to re-home. Not having a vegetable garden this year. Beans and peas have bulky/heavy seeds and will require extra postage (this means you'll need to send extra stamps).
  • (C) Arugula (no date on pkt)
  • (C 11) Cabbage "Baby Choi"
  • (C 11) Beet, "Golden"
  • (G 10) Bean, "Christmas Lima"
  • (C 11) Bean, "Marengo Romano" (pole)
  • (C 11) Bean, "Purple Trionfo Violetto" (pole)
  • (C 10) Bean, "Dragon Langerie" (bush)
  • (C 10) Carrot, "Little Finger"
  • (C 11) Carrot, "Parisian"
  • (C 09) Chard, "Ruby Red" (no date on pkt)
  • (C 10) Kale, "Lacinato 'Dinosaur'"
  • (C 09) Marjoram, sweet
  • (T) Mountain orach
  • (C 11) Pea, "Cascadia Bush" (snap)
  • (C 11) Pea, "Dwarf Grey Sugar"(snow)
  • (C 11) Pea, "Golden Sweet" (snow)
  • (G 10) Pepper, "Fish" (hot)
  • (G 10) Pepper, "Jimmy Nardello" (sweet)
  • (T 10) Pepper, "Red Pimiento" (sweet)
  • (G 10) Pepper, "Thai Hot"
  • (C 09) Squash, "Ronde de Nice" (summer)
  • (T) Squash, "Sweet Dumpling" (winter)
  • (C 09) Tomatillo, green
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Aunt Ruby's German Green"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Black Cherry"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Clear Pink Early"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Dwarf Champion"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Green Grape"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Green Zebra"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "New Big Dwarf"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Orange Banana"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Pineapple"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Pruden's Purple"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Rose de Berne"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Sibirskiy Skoropelyi"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Striped Roman"
  • (G 10) Tomato, "Stupice"
  • (C 11) Watermelon, "Blacktail Mountain" (10 seeds)


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Asarina in red/magenta shades
  • Berlandiera lyrata(chocolate daisy)
  • Cosmos "Sonata White"
  • Cobaea scandens (Cup and saucer vine, purple)
  • Eccremocarpus scaber (Chilean glory vine)
  • Mandevilla laxa or M. suaveolens (fragrant)
  • Matthiola bicornis subsp longipetala (Evening scented stock)
  • Mimulus cardinalis
  • Passiflora (Passion flower)
  • Rhodochiton atrosanguineum (Purple bell vine)
  • Salvia coccinea "Coral Nymph"
  • Thunbergia battiscombei(aka Blue Glory, Blue Sky vine)
  • Talinum paniculatum variegata (white-variegated)
  • Renter = looking mostly for annuals/tender perennials. Not allowed to make major permanent changes to the yard.
  • I like bright colors, sweet fragrances, & the tropical look.
  • Have hummingbirds :)
  • Have eternally-hungry deer, not allowed to fence. :(
  • Not planting veggies because of deer. And rabbits.
  • Soil is rocky clay, with swampy spots.
  • I also container grow.
  • Have both sunny and shady spots to plant.
  • My only "deer-safe" spot is full shade, containers in driveway. (This is where I keep my fuchsias.)
  • Neighbors upstairs and next door have toddlers, looking to avoid thorny plants.
  • Sweet peas hate my climate. Tried three years in a row. :(


Plants I have to trade:

  • Note: My climate is only guaranteed frost-free from June through September. I prefer to not mail cuttings when they are likely to be frozen in transit.
  • Fancy leaved pelargoniums:
  • "Crystal Palace Gem"
  • NOID with white leaf margins, semi-double red blooms
  • NOID tricolor with single scarlet blooms
  • Fuchsia triphylla - two NOIDs, one with salmon/coral blooms and the other with slightly larger, darker orange-red blooms. Leaves are a darker green on the dark-flowered one.
  • Fragrant white heliotrope (arborescens type, this is not valerian. Also comes in purple. I also have purple "Fragrant Delight" but no cuttings available yet.)
  • Have rooted cuttings of two pineapple sages (S. elegans),
  • "Golden Delicious" and "Honey Melon."
  • May be able to trade more tender sages. All are cut back for winter now, so it's hard to tell which are dormant and which are simply dead.


Plants I am looking for:

  • Agastache "Ava" (my sister's name! and a lovely plant)
  • Brugmansia - esp. looking for "Charles Grimaldi" - I need a "beginner's brug"
  • Heuchera - Coral bells, red flowers
  • "Persian Queen" pelargonium (lime green leaves, magenta flowers)
  • Salvia oxyphora
  • Thunbergia battiscombei(aka Blue Glory, Blue Sky vine, Clock vine)[This seems a better size for me than T. grandiflora]