kilngod's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Trades include 25 seeds as the standard, some may be 50, 75+ depending on seed size and stock. If less, I'll be sure to let you know, if it isn't already listed as such.
  • G = Gathered by me, from plants I've grown or from plants "out-and-about" (open pollinated, followed by year of collection, ie "G 14")
  • C = Commercial (followed by year for planting, ie "C 14")
  • T = from Trade (followed by year of collection, ie "T 13")
  • T?13 = from Trade when collection date is unknown (date listed is when I received it)
  • ***Special Trades - The "cool" things that I have much less of available (these are the harder to find items), and will be more selective about trading out.
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  • I use bubble envelopes and appreciate these same in return. I am especially fond of larger trades, for multiple packs / multiple plants.
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  • Commercial seeds from 2014 and 2013, and a few grown/gathered:
  • All from Southern Exposure Seed Exchange, Seed Savers Exchange, Pinetree Gardens, Morgan County Seeds (MO), and Sustainable Mountain Agriculture... (The C13 seeds marked with *, I may have for 2015 trading season will have to check how much is available.)
  • Bean, Christmas Lima (10 seeds) C13
  • Bean, Hutterite soup (10 seeds) G14
  • Bean, Conover butterbeans (10 seeds) G13
  • Bean, Amish Knuttle / Mayflower (10 seeds) C14
  • Beet, Giant Yellow Eckendorf (heirloom) C14
  • Beet, Mammoth Mangel (heirloom) C14
  • Beet, Chioggia (heirloom) C14
  • Cabbage, Late Flat Dutch (heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Scarlet Nantes (heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Danvers 126 (heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Chantenay Red Cored (heirloom) C14
  • Chard, "Rhubarb" C13
  • Chard, Burpee Fordhook Giant C13
  • Chia (organic) C12
  • Cucumber, Little Leaf (organic) C14 very small trade (5 seeds)
  • Herb, Basil Genovese C14
  • Herb, Dill Bouquet C14
  • Herb, Chervil C14
  • Herb, Plain Leaf Italian (organic) C14
  • Kale, Dwarf Blue Scotch C14
  • Kale, Nero Di Toscana (heirloom) C14
  • Lambsquarters G14
  • Melon, Ananas d'Amerique a Chair Verte (heirloom) C13 small trade
  • Mustard, Old Fashioned Ragged Edge (heirloom) G13 small trade
  • Mustard, Southern Giant Curled, (heirloom, organic) C13 small trade
  • Mustard, Giant Rd (heirloom) G13
  • Mustard, Tendergreen (heirloom, organic) C13
  • Parsnip, Half-Long Guernsey (heirloom) C14
  • Pea, cowpea/fieldpea "Zippercream" (heirloom, treated) C14
  • Pepper, Chocolate (organic) C14 small trade
  • Purslane "Goldgelber" (golden), G14
  • Salsify G15
  • Squash, Mrs. Aquillard's Cushaw (Cucurbita mixta) (heirloom) G14
  • Squash, Neck Pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata) (heirloom) G14
  • Squash, North Carolina Candy Roaster Melon Squash (Cucurbita maxima) (heirloom) G13
  • Squash, White Scallop bush (Cucurbita pepo) (heirloom) C15
  • Turnip, Golden Ball / Boule d'Or (heirloom) G14
  • Turnip, Norfolk a Colletto Viola (heirloom) G14*
  • Turnip, Seventop (heirloom) G14
  • Tomatoes, commercial - 12 seeds as the standard trade
  • Tomato, Abraham Lincoln (heirloom, organic) C13*
  • Tomato, Amish Paste (heirloom) C14
  • Tomato, Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, Austin's Red Pear (heirloom, organic) C13
  • Tomato, Beam's Yellow Pear (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, German Pink (heirloom) G14
  • Tomato, Green Zebra (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, Riesentraube (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, Rose (New Holland, PA) (heirloom) G14
  • Tomato, White Wonder (heirloom, organic) C13
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  • I must check on this stock below....
  • I am happy to trade 5-packs-to-your-1-pack for all things below
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  • Tomatoes, from trades
  • "Alicante" OP (10 seeds) - T?09
  • "Aunt Ruby's German Green" OP (unk# ) - T?09
  • "Beaute Blanche du Canada" (6 seeds) - C T?09
  • "Black Cherry" OPF/OP 3 dif packs received in trade - (apx 30 seeds each) T10, T10, T07
  • "Black Zebra" OPF/OP, 3 dif packs received in trade (unk #) - T 07, T08, T?09
  • "Carolina Gold" OP (30 seeds) - T 06
  • "Delicious" OP (20 seeds) - T 09?
  • "Dr. Wychee Yellow" x "German Red Strawberry" F2 hand-hybridized seeds (10 seeds) - T 10
  • "Faribo Gold Heart" OPF (20 seeds) - T?09
  • "Early Kusali" OP (15 seeds) - T 10
  • "Great White" 2 packs received in trades (20 seeds, unk#) - T 06, T08
  • "Green Zebra" OPF - G 08
  • "Gunkler's Wild Currant" OPF - G 10
  • "Manyel" OP (15 seeds) - T?09
  • "Paul Robeson" OP (12 seeds) - T 09?
  • Purple-Red calabash type (from Purple Calabash line), small, very flat OP - G 08
  • Red calabash type (from Purple Calabash line) OP - G 08
  • Roma OP (30 seeds) - T 09
  • "Teton de Venus" (9 seeds) OP - T?09
  • "White Currant" OPF - G 08
  • "White Wonder" (10-15 seeds) - T 07
  • "Yellow Banana Legs" OP (30+ seeds) - G 08
  • "Yellow Pear" (20 seeds) - C T?09
  • "Yellow Perfection" OPF (14 seeds) - T 08
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  • Older seeds, but larger quantities to buffer any reduced germination (normally 50 seeds)
  • Ageratum Hardy, tall G11
  • Amsonia (noid), (aka Bluestar) G11
  • Balloon Flower, short, blue G11
  • Basketflower, Armenian G11
  • Bellflower, American (aka Tall Bellflower, Campanulastrum americanum), native G11
  • Blackberry Lily, red & orange mix G11
  • Blue-Eyed Grass G11
  • Candy Lily, mix (yellow, purple, purple w/yellow) (10 seeds) - G 10
  • Candy Lily, soft red (10 seeds) - G 10
  • Canna, buckshot red G11
  • Columbine, "Black Barlow" (quite black, frilly clementine type) - G 10
  • Columbine, "Black Heirloom" (very dark plum) - G 10
  • Columbine, "Green Apples" (light green nearly white, frilly clementine type)- G 10
  • Columbine, "Lemon Ice" (light yellow nearly white) - G 10
  • Columbine, "Woodside Golden" (white flower) - G 10
  • Columbine, Pink, noid (short spurs) - G 10
  • Columbine, Pink, very frilly, noid (short spurs) - G 10
  • Columbine, Lg Purple - T 10
  • Columbine, Red noid (short spurs) - G 10
  • Comfrey, Rough (Symphytum asperum) G11
  • Coreopsis, "Baby Sun Ray" (short, a mixed hybrid, markings vary) G11
  • Coreopsis, Lanceleaf G11
  • Cosmos Lavender Mix (varying shades of lavender, from solid to a range of picotee) - G 10
  • Cosmos "White Sensation" - G 10
  • Cosmos mix, Lavenders and "White Sensation" - G 10
  • Cucumber, Little Leaf C11
  • Cup Plant (Silphium perfoliatum) G11
  • Daisy, Wild (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum) G11
  • Dianthus armeria (Grass Pinks) - G 09/G11
  • Dianthus, "Siberian Blues" - G 10
  • Echinacea (noid) (mix; one narrower petaled, one rosier color) G11
  • Four o'clocks, Mixed Pinks (lights & brights, 15 seeds) - G 08
  • Four o'clocks, Yellow (15 seeds) - G 08
  • Four o'clocks, Yellow broken (streaked w/pink, 15 seeds) - G 08
  • Foxglove, grandflora, light yellow (much larger flowers than Straw lutea, but similar color; true perennial) - G 10
  • Foxglove, Rusty G11
  • Foxglove, Straw (digitalis lutea) (light yellow micro-blooms; true perennial) - G 10
  • Gaillardia "Burgundy" G11
  • Gaillardia "Tokajer" G11
  • Gaillardia (noid), ultra short G11
  • Hollyhocks, Mix (light pink, burgundy) G11
  • Impatiens, Balsam, light pink - G 09
  • Impatiens, Balsam, dark fushia - G 09
  • Impatiens, Balsam, mixed pinks (multi shades) - G 10
  • Lamb's Quarters G11
  • Liatris, Purple Gayfeather G11
  • Liriope, large berried type G10
  • Liriope, standard monkey grass - G 10
  • Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal Flower, red) G11
  • Louffa Gourd T10
  • Mimulus ringens (Allegheny Monkey Flower), medium indigo-blue - G 10
  • Morning Glory, "Orange Noah" (15 seeds) - G 08
  • Morning Glory, "Purple Feathers Mix" (mix of dark & light; 15 seeds) - G 09
  • Morning Glory, "Lavender Feathers" (lavender; 15 seeds) - G 10
  • Morning Glory, "Sunspot" heirloom, var. luteola; tiny red (15 seeds)- G 10
  • New England Aster G10
  • Northern Sea Oats (Chasmanthium latifolium) G12
  • Painter's Palette (Persicaria virginiana var. filiformis 'Painter's Palette') G11
  • Primrose (Evening), "Tina James" - G 09
  • Rudbeckia triloba, Brown Eyed Susan - G 10
  • Salsify G11
  • Sunflower, Maximillian - G 09
  • Sunflower, Mongolian Giant - T 10
  • Verbascum, "Chiaxxi"-like G11
  • Verbena bonariensis G10
  • White Snakeroot G11
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  • Topicals, Trees, & Woody Vines --
  • Kentucky Coffee Tree - G 09
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Seeds I am looking for:

  • Updated 12/2014
  • ****Most pressing wants:***
  • Want heirloom veggies/grains/herbs/fruits of the Civil War period and earlier. Make offer.
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  • Acanthus spinosis or mollis (Bear's Breaches)
  • Anthemis tinctoria 'Dyer's Chamomile'
  • Asian Pear (any that will grow in zone 6)
  • Balloon Flower, any doubles
  • Balloon Flower "Komachi" (commercial or gathered, please mark which)
  • Bells of Ireland
  • Billy Button - Craspedia globosa
  • Bishop’s mitre / Barrenwort (EPIMEDIUM RUBRUM)
  • Black Cohosh, Bugbane, any dark-leaved variety (Actaea racemosa)
  • Blackberry Lily, White
  • Candy lily, white
  • Cepholaphora aromatica
  • Chocolate Daisy / Chocolate Flower
  • Coleus, any black/dark (unmarked), brown (marked or unmarked) OR chartruse/lightgreen (unmarked)
  • Columbine, any dwarf types
  • Columbine "Roman Bronze"
  • Coreopsis, varigated foliage
  • Cup & Saucer Vine "Key Lime"
  • Desmodium gyrans - Telegraph Plant
  • Dianthus, "Black & White Minstrels"
  • Dianthus, any really black kinds
  • Dianthus, peach kinds
  • Dianthus - superbus Crimsonia (or any other true red)
  • Dichondra, argentea "Silver Falls" or other silvery one
  • 4:00s "Custard & Cream" or other creamy types.
  • Four O'clocks, "Peaches & Cream" or other peach
  • Four O'clock "Salmon Sunset" or other salmon
  • Foxglove, "Silver Fox"
  • Foxglove, Strawberry (Digitalis mertonensis), perennial
  • Ganzia "Daybreak Orange Cream" or other yellows, whites, golds
  • Gentiana flavida - Cream Gentian
  • Gentians, any
  • Gomphrena globosa, white
  • Grasses: Millium effusum "Aureum"
  • Grasses: Ophiopogon Nigrescens, Ornamental Black Grass
  • Heuchera, any named (other than Purple Palace, Mystic Angel, Guardian Angel, Mocha)
  • Hollyhock, mountain (Iliamna rivulari)
  • Hollyhocks, any browns/tans/creams/yellows, (those as doubles are even better)
  • Hollyhock "halo white"
  • Iris - browns/rust, tans, creams, blacks, greys
  • Jack-in-the-pulpit, any
  • Jacob's Ladder, any colors (especially Polemonium pauciflorum, or other yellows)
  • Larkspur "Earl Grey"
  • Lavatera, Silvercup
  • Lenten Rose / aka Heleobore, green or tan flowered
  • Lobelia, perennial upright type, Salmon or White or Blue color
  • Lupinus albifrons 'Silver Bush Lupine'
  • Marigold, whites, small
  • Millet, "Jester"
  • Mimulus cardinalis-Scarlet Monkey Flower
  • Mimulus ringens - Allegheny Monkey Flower, colors other than medium indigo-blue
  • Morning glories, Ipomoea obscura 'Ethiopia'
  • Morning glories 'Gray Morning Mist'
  • Monarda "Fantasy" (I know it may not come true, but I can hope!)
  • Monkshood
  • Nigella "Chocolate Sundae"
  • Ozmorhiza claytonii Sweet cicely
  • Poppies, any kind in whites/creams
  • Primrose, common - Primula vulgaris
  • Primrose, Evening "Innocence" or other white groundcover type
  • Rodgerisa pinnata, "Superba"
  • Rodgerisa...any
  • Rudbeckia "Denver Daisy" "Spotlight" or other Marked or odd color types
  • Rudbeckia, "Chocolate Orange" "Cherokee Sunset" or any other double types, (no regular yellow triloba, or reg. Black eyed susans)
  • Rudbeckias - any with HUGE 5+" yellow flowers (or other colors; just not the normal size-color black eyed susan).
  • Salvia discolor / Andean Silver-Leaved Sage***
  • St. Johns Wort, tomentosum (wooly)
  • Shasta Daisy, any dwarf varieties
  • Sunflowers - odd colors and shapes, like or especially:
  • Sunflowers "Cappuccino"
  • Sunflowers "Chocolate"
  • Sunflowers "Green Ice"
  • Sunflowers "Razzmatazz"
  • Sunflowers, any dwarfs
  • Tansy, Woolly (or other fuzzy leaved kind)
  • Telegraph Plant (Desmodium gyrans)
  • Tiarella - any kind
  • Winecups
  • Zinnia profusion apricot
  • Zinnia "Polar Bear"
  • Zinnia "Queen Red Lime"
  • Zinnia any cream types
  • Zinnias, Big of any kind.
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  • Trees/Shrubs:
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  • Amelanchier stolonifera (Quebec berry, Juneberry, Running Serviceberry, Dwarf Serviceberry)
  • Amelanchier alnifolia (Saskatoon berry), especially var. pumila
  • Azaleas - true red, any yellow, peach/salmon; single or double
  • Bay Laurel / Bay Leaf Tree
  • Camellia Sinensis, tea tree
  • Redbud tree, Alba
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  • ---no Daturas or Nicotianas please---
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  • ****General Categories of particular interest / if you have things in these categories, I am open to offers.****
  • Civil War era varieties
  • Variegates and Dark, Tan, Bronze, Light, or Silver foliage;
  • Black-Grey-Brown-Tan-Green flowers;
  • Woodland natives;
  • Things with Pottery terms (Terracotta, Clay, Cup, Pitcher, Dinnerplate, Dirt), Appalachia, or Chocolate in the name (No Chocolate Joe Pye Weed please)
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  • Will also trade for non-plant items such as:
  • Handmade soaps
  • Metal plant markers (the zinc writable or copper engraveable kind)
  • Birdhouses
  • Windchimes
  • Commercial Teas
  • Interesting kitchen "hot pads" (not mitten type)
  • Handmade candlesticks
  • Perfume
  • Milk glass salt & pepper shakers
  • boxes of Sharpie markers
  • ...or make offers.
  • ***Ideally, it would be good to see a photo of the thing you're offering if possible. (thanks!)


Plants I have to trade:

  • ***List in great need of updating. Moved this summer and gave much of this list away. Some of these I brought with me, or are growing at my mother's home as well (and I have access to these). Some of those may still be too small to divide this year. Will mark those as I figure out which are which.*****
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  • Ageratum, Hardy (Eupatorium coelestinum; native) (divisions) -P
  • Ajuga,very dark burgandy-plum; have not yet id'd - P
  • Ajuga,variegated - P
  • Dianthus armeria, aka Grass Pinks (a few volunteers) - A
  • Hens & Chicks, narrow leaf, reddish-purple-green (1"-2")
  • Lamb's Ears (Stachys byzantina, noid variety) (divisions) - P
  • Liriope - P
  • Monarda, red (niod, looks like "Jacob Cline" though) (divisions) - P
  • Sedum, Varigated (cuttings) - P
  • Sedum, tall regular "Autumn Joy", pink blooms (cuttings) - P
  • Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) (divisions) - P
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  • Topicals, Trees, & Woody Vines --
  • Artemisia abrotanum, aka Southern Wormwood (cuttings) - P, SHRUB
  • Curry Leaf Tree, Murraya koenigi (rooted suckers growing since fall 2014) - TROPICAL / houseplant. I grow mine in a large pot - outside in the summer, inside in the winter.


Plants I am looking for:

  • ****Expecially: Heirloom veggies/grains/herbs/fruits and flowers of the Civil War period and earlier.****
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  • Acanthus mollis or spinosis (Bears Breeches, any)
  • Astilbe, peach, yellow, or red especially
  • Billy Button - Craspedia globosa
  • Black anything
  • Black Cohosh
  • Bleeding Hearts, white
  • Blueberries, wild type
  • Brown anything (if alive!)
  • Coreopsis, varigated
  • Desmodium gyrans - Telegraph Plant
  • Edelweiss
  • Ferns, Painted
  • Fig, Brown Turkey & Italian (or other light kind)
  • Grey anything
  • Hollyhocks, Peach, Yellow, Black, or Browns
  • Inula, elecampagne
  • Iris (Rusty colors, brown, grey, black....peach, soft light yellow)
  • Lavender cotton, santolina -- especially the grey/silver kinds
  • Lobelia, perennial upright type, Red, White, Salmon, or Blue
  • Ostrich Fern, other tall ferns
  • Peony - black, red, salmon, yellow, rust or bi-colors
  • Monkshood, any
  • Morning glory, yellows
  • Pachysandra
  • Purple foliage, any
  • Raspberries, red
  • Rodgerisa, any
  • Sarracenia purpurea - Purple Pitcher Plant
  • Silver anything
  • (Hypericum chapmanii)
  • Santolina, Lavender Cotton -- especially the grey/silver kinds
  • Shrubs, low-to-ground/creeping evergreen types
  • Tan anything
  • Tiarella, any
  • Turtleheads, any
  • White Snakeroot "Chocolate" (Eupatorium rugosum / Ageratina altissima "Chocolate")
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  • ****General Categories of particular interest****
  • Variegates and Dark or Silver foliage;
  • Black-Grey-Brown-Tan-Green flowers;
  • Woodland natives;
  • Things with Pottery terms (Terracotta, Clay, Cup, Pitcher, Dinnerplate, Dirt) or Chocolate in the name (No Chocolate Joe Pye Weed please)
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  • Will also trade for non-plant items such as:
  • Handmade soaps
  • Metal plant markers (the zinc writable or copper engraveable kind)
  • Birdhouses
  • Windchimes
  • Commercial Teas
  • Interesting kitchen "hot pads" (not mitten type)
  • Handmade candlesticks
  • Perfume
  • Milk glass salt & pepper shakers
  • boxes of Sharpie markers
  • ...or make offers.
  • ***Ideally, it would be good to see a photo of the thing you're offering if possible. (thanks!)