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 13")
  • C = Commercial (followed by year for planting, ie "C 14")
  • T = from Trade (followed by year of collection, ie "T 12")
  • T? = 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 2014 trading season, but am sowing from this stash; will have to check how much is available.)
  • Bean, Christmas Lima (10 seeds) C13
  • Bean, Hutterite soup (10 seeds) G13
  • 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
  • Beet, Burpee's Golden (heirloom) C14
  • Cabbage, Late Flat Dutch (heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Scarlet Nantes (heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Danvers 126 heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Chantenay Red Cored (heirloom) C14
  • Carrot, Muscade (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
  • 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, Tom Thumb (ultra short, container) (heirloom) C13
  • Pea, cowpea/fieldpea "Zippercream" (heirloom, treated) C14
  • Pepper, Chocolate (organic) C14 small trade
  • Squash, North Carolina Candy Roaster Melon Squash (heirloom) G13
  • Squash, Yellow Crookneck, (heirloom, organic) C13 small trade
  • 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, Amish Paste (heirloom) C14
  • Tomato, Beam's Yellow Pear (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, Abraham Lincoln (heirloom, organic) C13*
  • Tomato, Austin's Red Pear (heirloom, organic) C13
  • Tomato, Green Zebra (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, Riesentraube (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, Aunt Lou's Underground Railroad (heirloom) C13
  • Tomato, White Wonder (heirloom, organic) C13
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  • 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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  • I may no longer have these, or I may have as a newer year...am still updating...
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  • ANNUALS - Floral/Foliage/Ethnobotanical/Herbs:
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  • Many of these I reharvested, but had not updated my list perfectly...so for example, if it says '09, there is a good chance I tossed those when I harvested in '11 (I usually harvest in two year cycles; there were just too many plants to do all of them every year). Happy to trade many older packs for one thing I want.
  • Basil, large leaf - G 08
  • Cardinal Climber - G 08
  • Catchfly, aka Rose Campion (Silene coronaria), silvery fuzzy foliage, deep bright pink flower - G 09
  • Celandine Poppy (aka Wood Poppy) - G 09
  • Celosia, "Flamingo Feather" purple - G 10
  • Christmas Cactus cuttings
  • Coleus, "Sedona" (an unstable variety -- original bronze; grows out a mix of bronze; bronze with chartruese edges &/or streaking; chartueuse with bronze streaking -- beautiful mix regardless, and markings apparent in seedlings) - G 08
  • Coreopsis tinctora - G 09
  • Coreopsis "moonshine", threadleaf - G 10
  • Cypress vine (Ipomoea quamoclit) Red & Pink mix - G 08
  • Cypress vine (Ipomoea quamoclit) Red - G 10
  • Eyeball Plant (Spilanthes oleracea) - G 08
  • Gonphrena globosa, purple - G 10
  • Hyacinth Bean Vine, purple - G 10
  • Jewels of Opar (Talinum paniculatum) - G 08
  • Larkspur, lg blue tall - G 09
  • Marigold, "Naughty Marietta" (Tages patula) gold with red markings at center/streaked outward - G 09
  • Melampodium paludosum (Butter Daisy) - G 08
  • Morning Glory, mix named (Early Call, Jamie Lynn, Crimson Rambler...) - G 08
  • Nigella, Love-in-a-Mist (mixed colors) - T 09?
  • Shiso, Green (Perilla frutescens) normal leaves - G 10
  • Shiso, Purple (Perilla frutescens) normal leaves; aka Red Shiso - G 10
  • Shiso, Purple (Perilla frutescens) frillier leaves; aka Red Shiso - G 10
  • Snapdragon (Antirrhinum majus), yellow - G 08
  • Sunflower, "Itallian White" - F 10
  • Sunflower, Marked Mix - G 10
  • White Avens, native (Geum canadense) - G 09
  • **I also have another native Geum look-alike (but it has "multi-burr" seeds) that I'm trying to identify. Great shade foliage.
  • Woad, Dyer's - G 10
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  • PERENNIALS
  • Ageratum, Hardy (normal tall kind) - G 10
  • Ageratum, Hardy (short type) - G 10*
  • Agastache, "Golden Jubilee" - G 08
  • Armenian Basketflower "Lemon Fluff" (Centaurea macrocephala) - G 10
  • Asarina, light purple - T ?09
  • Aster, New England, purple - G 10
  • Astilbe chinensis var. fumila (sm trade) - G 09
  • Balloon flower, dwarf blue - G 10
  • Blackberry Lily, Orange (normal marked type) - G 10
  • Boneset (unknown which species, not the narrow leaved type) - G 10
  • Camanula punctata Cherry Belles
  • Candy Lily, burgandy with yellow (10 seeds) - G 10
  • Candy Lily, yellow (10 seeds) - G 10
  • Cup Plant - G 10
  • Dianthus, Black Magic (darkest, nearly black) - G 10
  • Dianthus, Black Magic (dark burgandy red) - G 09
  • Dianthus, "Firewitch" - G 10
  • Dianthus, White w/pink-burgandy line, short - G 09
  • Dianthus knappi, yellow - G 09
  • Feverfew, Single - G 08
  • Feverfew, Double - G 09
  • Foxglove, Alba (tall) (BIENNIAL) - G 10
  • Foxglove, Alba (short) (BIENNIAL) - G 10
  • Foxglove (Apricot & Purple mix, Mostly Apricot, BIENNIAL) - G 08
  • Foxglove, purple (tall; BIENNIAL) - G 10
  • Foxglove, noid, short (unknown color, likely pink purple type mix just can't remember and didn't get a photo) - G 10
  • Gaillardia, Burgundy - G 10
  • Gaillardia, regular Blanketflower- G 10
  • Geum vernum, Spring Avens (I got these switched with the old stock of my Geum canadens, so if you have gotten White Avens from me in the past, it might actually be this one instead. My appologies.) - G 09
  • Geum canadensis, White Avens, native - G 10
  • Heal-All / Self-Heal (Prunella vulgaris) - G 09
  • Helenium "Autumn Lollipop" - G 08
  • Hemlock-- Poison Hemlock; grow with caution (Conium maculatum) - G 10
  • Heuchera, "Gaurdian Angel" - G 10
  • Heuchera, "Mystic Angel" - G 10
  • Heuchera, "Mocha" - G 10
  • Heuchera, "Purple Palace" - G 10
  • Heuchera, noid (green leaf, bright deep pink flower) - G 10
  • Inula, Elecampagne - G 09
  • Iris, Louisianna (aka Swamp Iris), yellow - G 09
  • Ironweed (Vernonia gigantea? or noveboracensis? other?), tall (to 6' at least) - G 10
  • Lamb's Ears - G 10
  • Ligularia, dentata "desdemona" - G 09
  • Lobelia cardinalis, native Cardinal Flower - G 10
  • Lobelia "Great Blue" - G 08
  • Lupinus mutabilis var. cruickshankii "sunrise" (8 seeds) - C 10***
  • Mexican Hats (Ratibida columnifera) - G 10
  • Milkweed, Blue-Vined (late season Monarch host)- G 09
  • Monarda fistula - G 10
  • Mother of Thyme - G 09
  • Primrose (day), "Monster PA" a wild PA type...mine grew to 8 ft tall!!! - G 09
  • Rudbeckia, "Autumn Colors" - G 10
  • Rudbeckia, Doubles, Marked & Darks - G 10
  • Santolina chamaecparissus ssp tomentosa - C 10 ***
  • Scabiosa (Very Black) - G 08
  • Sedum, "Autumn Joy" - G 09
  • Sedum, Mix (from named talls, variety of foliage colors and flower colors) - G 10
  • Snakeroot, White - G 10
  • Solomon's Seal False, regular (advanced growers only; requires double dormancy germination) (12 seeds) - G 09*** 1 to 1 trades only
  • Solomon's Seal, False, Variegated (advanced growers only; requires double dormancy germination) (12 seeds) - G 09*** 1 to 1 trades only
  • Sweet Autumn Clematis - G 10
  • Tiarella, noid - G 10
  • Valerian - (chaffy, but seeds are apparent) - G 10
  • Verbascum blatteria (Moth Mullein) - G 09
  • Verbascum, white (looks like chaixii; hot pink centers) - G 09
  • Verbascum, yellow (was supposed to be nigrum, but leaves aren't so dark; flowers look right though w/hot pink centers) - G 09
  • Verbascum, Mixed yellow & white (listed above individually) - G 09
  • Verbena bonariensis - G 10
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  • Topicals, Trees, & Woody Vines --
  • Bittersweet, American (Celastrus scandens; 20 seeds) - G 10
  • Cotton, white (10 seeds) - T 07?
  • Datura, "Lilac le Fleur" - T 08?
  • Hibiscus, unk Lg Pink - T 08?
  • Kentucky Coffee Tree - G 09
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Seeds I am looking for:

  • Updated 1/2014
  • ****Most pressing wants:***
  • Want heirloom veggies/grains/herbs/fruits of the Civil War period and earlier, greens and beans especially.
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  • Cucumber, Miniature White
  • Cucumber, other small pickle-able types, especially:
  • Cucumber, Metze White Pickling
  • Cucumber, North Carolina Heirloom Pickling
  • Cucumber, White Heron
  • Cucumber, Holland White
  • Cucumber, Landis White
  • Cucumber, Boothby's Blond
  • Big Zinnias of any kind.
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  • Other wants:
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  • Ipomoea obscura 'Ethiopia'
  • Balloon Flower "Komachi" (commercial or gathered, please mark which)
  • Gomphrena globosa, white
  • Rudbeckias - any with HUGE 5+" yellow flowers (or other colors; just not the normal size-color black eyed susan).
  • Zinnia profusion apricot
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  • Anthemis tinctoria 'Dyer's Chamomile'
  • Camellia Sinensis, tea tree
  • Cepholaphora aromatica
  • Cornflower (Centaurea cyanus) - any named blacks
  • Dahlia, "Black Beauty" or other black or near black
  • Foxglove, Strawberry (Digitalis mertonensis), perennial
  • 4:00s "Custard & Cream" or other creamy types.
  • Gentiana flavida - Cream Gentian
  • Heuchera any named
  • Hollyhock, mountain (Iliamna rivulari)
  • Jacob's Ladder, any colors (especially Polemonium pauciflorum, or other yellows)
  • Lavatera, Silvercup
  • Lobelia siphilicata alba
  • Mimulus cardinalis-Scarlet Monkey Flower
  • Mimulus ringens - Allegheny Monkey Flower, colors other than medium indigo-blue
  • Morning glories 'Gray Morning Mist'
  • Ozmorhiza claytonii Sweet cicely
  • Poppies, any kind in whites/creams
  • Redbud tree, Alba
  • Sunflowers, non-hybrids
  • St. Johns Wort, tomentosum (wooly)
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  • Acanthus spinosis (Bear's Breaches), have mollis already
  • Artemesia stelleriana
  • Asian Pear (any that will grow in zone 6)
  • Balloon Flower, any doubles
  • 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
  • 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
  • Four O'clocks, "Peaches & Cream" or other peach
  • Four O'clock "Salmon Sunset" or other salmon
  • Foxglove, "Silver Fox"
  • Ganzia "Daybreak Orange Cream" or other yellows, whites, golds
  • Gentians, any
  • Grasses: Millium effusum "Aureum"
  • Grasses: Ophiopogon Nigrescens, Ornamental Black Grass
  • Heuchera, any named types (other than Purple Palace, Mystic Angel, Guardian Angel, Mocha)
  • 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
  • Larkspur "Earl Grey"
  • Lenten Rose / aka Heleobore, green or tan flowered
  • Lobelia, perennial upright type, Salmon or White or Blue color (have red)
  • Lupinus albifrons 'Silver Bush Lupine'
  • Marigold, whites, small
  • Millet, "Jester"
  • Monarda "Fantasy" (I know it may not come true, but I can hope!)
  • Monkshood
  • Nigella "Chocolate Sundae"
  • 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)
  • Salvia discolor / Andean Silver-Leaved Sage***
  • Shasta Daisy, any dwarf varieties
  • St. Johns Wort, Hypericum chapmanii (Apalachicola/appalachian), or tomentosum (wooly) types only please
  • Sunflowers - odd colors and shapes, Like or Especially:
  • Sunflowers "Cappuccino"
  • Sunflowers "Chocolate"
  • Sunflowers "Green Ice"
  • Sunflowers "Razzmatazz"
  • Sunflowers, any dwarfs
  • Swallowwort, Black (Cynanchum louiseae; aka Vincetoxicum nigrum)
  • Tansy, Woolly (or other fuzzy leaved kind)
  • Telegraph Plant (Desmodium gyrans)
  • Tiarella - any kind
  • Winecups
  • Zinnia "Queen Red Lime"
  • Zinnia "Polar Bear"
  • Zinnia any cream types
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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
  • Key Lime tree
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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.****
  • 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
  • Artemisia abrotanum, aka Southern Wormwood (cuttings) - P, SHRUB
  • Creeping Sedum, blue, needle leaf type (cuttings) - P
  • Creeping Sedum, dark green, flat leaf type (cuttings) - P
  • Cup Plant (Silphium perfoliatum) - P
  • Daylily - unk, sm red, spider type, similar to "August Flame" and "Autumn Blaze" but small, narrow leaf (have photo) (divisions) - P
  • Daylily - unk, large picotee bugandy-plum, similar to "Abba" or "Capernaum Sin", but deeper richer color than the latter (have photo), plant appx 20-24" tall (divisions) - P
  • Daylily - unk, large mildly picotee yellow, simiar to "Atlanta Champion" slightly less frill, shorter plant appx 12-15" tall, larger than "Happy Returns" (have photo) (divisions) - P
  • Daylily - unk, large picotee orange, burgundy markings, similar to "All Fired Up", appx 20-24" tall (have photo) (divisions) - 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, varigated (sm division) - P
  • Mint (divisions) - P
  • Monarda, red (niod, looks like "Jacob Cline" though) (divisions) - P
  • Rough Comfrey (Symphytum asperum) early multi-color blooms (divisions) - P
  • Sedum, Varigated (cuttings) - P
  • Sedum, tall regular "Autumn Joy", pink blooms (cuttings) - P
  • Tiarella, white flower (sm division) - P
  • Valerian (Valeriana officinalis) (divisions) - P
  • Yarrow, white (Achillea millefolium) (divisions) - P
  • Yarrow "Cloth of Gold" (sm division) - P


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
  • 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, White, Salmon, or Blue (have red)
  • Ostrich Fern, other tall ferns
  • Peony - black, red, salmon, yellow, rust or bi-colors
  • Monkshood, any
  • Morning glory, yellows
  • Pachysandra
  • Purple foliage, any
  • Rodgerisa, any
  • Sarracenia purpurea - Purple Pitcher Plant
  • Silver anything
  • St. Johns Wort, Apalachicola/Appalachian type only (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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  • ---no Daturas or Nicotianas please---
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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), 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!)