kchd's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • I send at least 25 seeds per pack, unless otherwise noted or arranged in trade. I also send all my seeds in a bubble envelope (or for small trades, wrapped in bubble wrap). Really big seeds, like acorns, go in a box. Happy Trading!

  • Updated November 2014

  • Check my GW Rate&Reviews (click here)

  • TREES
  • Aesculus pavia, red buckeye
  • Catalpa bignonioides, southern catalpa
  • Liriodendron tulipifera, tulip poplar
  • Prunus serotina, black cherry
  • Platanus occidentalis, American sycamore
  • Gleditsia triacanthos, honeylocust


  • NATIVE FORBS and FLOWERS
  • Agastache foeniculum, Anise hyssop
  • Asclepias amplexicaulis, clasping milkweed (very few seeds)
  • Asclepias incarnata, swamp milkweed
  • Asclepias syriaca, common milkweed
  • Asclepias tuberosa, butterfly weed
  • Asclepias variegata, redring milkweed
  • Asclepias viridis, green milkweed
  • Conoclinium coelestinum, blue mistflower
  • Coreopsis lanceolata, lanceleaf coreopsis
  • Coreopsis tripteris, tall coreopsis
  • Crotalaria sagittalis, arrowhead rattlebox
  • Echinacea purpurea, pow wow white coneflower
  • Eryngium yuccifolium, rattlesnake master
  • Eutrochium (aka Eupatorium) fistulosum, joepye weed
  • Eutrochium (aka Eupatorium) maculatum, spotted joepye weed
  • Heliopsis helianthoides, early sunflower
  • Liatris aspera, blazing star
  • Liatris pyncnostachya, blazing star
  • Liatris spicata, blazing star
  • Lobelia cardinalis, cardinal flower
  • Manfreda virginica, false aloe
  • Monarda citriodora, lemon beebalm
  • Monarda fistulosa, wild bergamot
  • Penstemon digitalis, foxglove beardtongue
  • Physostegia virginiana, obedient plant
  • Ratibida columnifera, Mexican hat (yellow)
  • Rhus copallinum, winged sumac
  • Rhus glabra, smooth sumac
  • Salvia coccinea, hummingbird sage
  • Salvia lyrata, lyreleaf sage
  • Senna hebecarpa, wild senna
  • Symphyotrichum novae-angliae, New England aster
  • Vernonia gigantea, tall ironweed

  • NATIVE GRASSES
  • Andropogon virginicus, broomsedge bluestem
  • Elymus virginicus, Virginia wild rye
  • Schizachyrium scoparium, little bluestem
  • Tripsacum dactyloides, Eastern gamagrass
  • Chasmathium latifolium, Inland woodoats


  • VINES
  • Gelsemium sempervirens, Carolina jessamine
  • Decumaria barbara, climbing hydrangea
  • Campsis radicans, Trumpet creeper

  • SHRUBS (and small trees)
  • Callicarpa americana, American beautyberry
  • Duranta erecta, golden dewdrop
  • Euonymus americanus, strawberry bush
  • Hibiscus lasiocarpus, hardy swamp hibiscus
  • Hydrangea quercifolia, oak-leaf hydrangea
  • Ilex vomitoria, yaupon
  • Morella cerifera, wax myrtle, dwarf
  • Rhododendron canescens, native azalea
  • Viburnum acerifolium, maple-leaf viburnum


  • HEIRLOOM
    TOMATOES (few seeds)
  • Anahu
  • Arkansas Marvel
  • Beam's Yellow Pear
  • Hawaiian Currant


  • OTHER EDIBLES
  • Ananas D'Amerique A Chair Verte Melon
  • Okra, Clemson Spineless


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Updated November 1, 2014


  • Please only send seeds that you know the actual species of. Seeds labeled with Genus only (eg. Liatris) is not enough information for me.
  • Newly Added
  • Agastache cana - Hummingbird mint
  • Amsonia ciliata - fringed bluestar
  • Aphanostephus skirrhobasis, Arkansas dozedaisy
  • Gaura longiflora, Large-flowered Gaura
  • Penstemon smallii
  • Symphyotrichum novi-belgii, New York Aster
  • Campanula americana, tall bellfower
  • Vernonia arkansana, Arkansas ironweed
  • any Campanula sp. native to the e. US
  • any Delphinium sp. native to the e. US


  • FORBS AND WILDFLOWERS
  • Your single most favorite eastern US native (that's not in my"have" list)
  • Actaea native species
  • Agalinis spp. - false foxgloves
  • Alophia drummondii - Prairie iris
  • Amsonia tabernaemontana - Blue Star
  • Aquilegia chrysantha - yellow columbine
  • Aquilegia canadensis - wild red columbine
  • Asclepias cinerea - Carolina Milkweed
  • Asclepias connivens - Largeflower milkweed
  • Asclepias hirtella Green milkweed
  • Asclepias humistrata - Pinewoods milkweed
  • Asclepias lanceolata - Fewflower milkweed
  • Asclepias longifolia - Longleaf milkweed
  • Asclepias michauxii - Michaux's Milkweed
  • Asclepias obovata - Pineland Milkweed
  • Asclepias perennis - Aquatic milkweed
  • Asclepias purpurascens - Purple milkweed
  • Asclepias rubra - Red Milkweed
  • Asclepias verticillata - Whorled milkweed
  • Asclepias viridiflora - green comet milkweed
  • Castilleja coccinea - Scarlet Indian paintbrush
  • Chamaelirium luteum, fairy wand
  • Clematis glaucophylla
  • Clematis sp., natives only, please
  • Coreopsis nudata - Georgia tickseed
  • Delphinium carolinianum - Carolina larkspur
  • Delphinium tricorne - dwarf larkspur
  • Dicentra eximia, wild bleeding heart
  • Diphylleia cymosa - Umbrellaleaf
  • Dodecatheon meadia, shooting star
  • Dyschoriste oblongifolia - twinflower
  • Erythronium species - native trout lilies
  • Euphorbia cyathophora - Fire on the Mountain
  • Euphorbia marginata - Snow on the Mountain
  • Filipendula ruubra - queen of the prairie
  • Gentiana sp., native gentians
  • Hibiscus coccinea
  • Helianthus strumosus, Woodland Sunflower
  • Heuchera americana - alumroots (any color)
  • Heuchera villosa - native coral bells (any color)
  • Impatiens capensis - jewelweed
  • Ipomopsis rubra - standing cypress
  • Iris spp. - natives only, please
  • Louisiana irises (I. brevicaulis, I. giganticaerulea, I. fulva, I. nelsonii, and I. hexagona)
  • Lilium catesbaei - pine lily
  • Lilium philadelphicum - wood lily
  • Malvaviscus arboreus - Turkscap
  • Monarda bradburiana
  • Monarda punctata
  • Penstemon spp. - native beardtongues
  • Phlox, native species
  • Pycnanthemum spp., - mountain mints
  • Sesbania drummondii - rattlebox
  • Silene caroliniana, wild pinks
  • Silene virginica - catchfly
  • Silphium spp. - Compass plant, etc.
  • Spigelia marilandica - Indian pink
  • Stokesia laevis, Stoke's aster
  • Tephrosia virginiana - Goat's rue
  • Tiarella spp. - native foamflowers
  • Trillium spp. - native trilliums
  • Zephyranthes atamasco - rain lily

  • VINES
  • Aristolochia macrophylla - pipevine
  • Aristolochia serpentaria - Virginia snakeroot
  • Aristolochia tomentosa - woolly dutchman's pipe
  • Bignonia capreolata - crossvine
  • Lonicera dioica - limber honeysuckle
  • Lonicera flava
  • Lonicera sempervirens - trumpet honeysuckle
  • Schisandra glabra (syn. S. coccinea) Bay star vine
  • Wisteria frutescens - American wisteria (No exotic wisteria, please!)
  • Wisteria macrostachya - Kentucky wisteria

  • SHRUBS and SMALL TREES
  • Aesculus parviflora, bottlebrush buckeye
  • Amelanchier - native species
  • Aronia melanocarpa, black chokeberry
  • Asimina parviflora - smallflower pawpaw
  • Baptisia sphaerocarpa
  • Clethera alnifolia, sweet pepperbush
  • Cliftonia monophylla - buckwheat tree
  • Cyrilla racemiflora - swamp titi
  • Elliottia racemosa - Georgia plume
  • Halesia carolina, Carolina silverbell
  • Hypericum kalmianum - St. John’s wort
  • Illicium floridanum - Florida anisetree
  • Kalmia latifolia, mountain laurel
  • Lantana urticoides - calico bush
  • Rhododendron spp. - native azaleas
  • Spiraea tomentosa
  • Spiraea virginiana
  • Stewartia malacodendron - Silky camellia
  • Taxus floridana - Florida yew

  • GRASSES
  • Panicum spp.
  • Panicum virgatum
  • Sporobolus spp.

  • TREES
  • Magnolia acuminata, cucumber tree
  • Oxydendrum arboretum - Sourwood
  • Prunus alabamensis - Alabama cherry
  • Prunus americana - American plum
  • Prunus angustifolia - Chickasaw plum
  • Prunus caroliniana - Carolina cherry laurel
  • Prunus umbellate - flatwoods plum
  • Quercus pumila - runner oak

  • VEGGIES - heirlooms only, please
  • heirloom squash
  • heirloom pumpkins
  • heirloom tomatoes that will grow well in the hot & humid south
  • A Grappoli d'Inverno heirloom tomato
  • Minibel heirloom tomato
  • Black Mauri (Black Moor) heirloom tomato
  • Solar Flare heirloom tomato
  • Tomatillo
  • Swiss chard
  • Chinese Five Color pepper
  • Filius Blue pepper
  • Black Hungarian pepper
  • lettuces & other leafy salad greens
  • Your single most favorite heirloom edible that will grow in the south


Plants I have to trade:

  • This list is always changing.
  • Prunella vulgaris - common selfheal
  • Salvia lyrata - lyreleaf sage
  • Tradescantia ohiensis - spiderwort


Plants I am looking for:

  • Native plants (including plants of any of the above mentioned seeds)
  • Dear fellow swappers

  • I love seeds, plants, anything for gardening, tasty treats, reading material, and anything useful. However, I don't really need any knickknacks. While I'm sure your intentions are well-meaning, the last thing I need is something else to dust :) Have I mentioned how much I dislike dusting?