seegengrow's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Many of my seeds are organic, heirloom, non-GMO. If we make a trade, I can include growing instructions.
  • I SHIP ALL SEEDS IN A WELL-PADDED BUBBLE MAILER. BECAUSE I'VE BEEN BURNED ON POORLY PACKED TRADES, I'LL ONLY TRADE WITH OTHERS WHO PACK THEIR SEEDS THIS WAY, TOO. Thanks for understanding.
  • Tomato, Razzleberry
  • Tomato, Green Zebra
  • Tomato, Zapotec
  • Cucumber, Leom (3 seeds)
  • Dandelion, Emerald Catalogna
  • Snap Pea, Sugar Sprint
  • Pumpkin, Cinderella
  • Hot Pepper, Hot Portugal
  • Eggplant, Little Prince
  • Pole Bean, Blue Lake, Phaseolus vulgaris
  • Cranberry Beans
  • Heirloom Red Acre Cabbage
  • Winter Squash, Waltham Butternut
  • Corn, Mirai (Mini Yellow)
  • Summer Squash, Early Prolific Straightneck
  • Watermelon, Sugar Baby (10 seeds)
  • Snapdragon
  • Lavender, lavendula officinalis
  • Thyme, thymus vulgaris
  • Parsley, Plain leaved, Petroselinum crispum
  • Sweet Basil, ocimum basilicum
  • Chives
  • Oregano
  • Morning Glory, Heavenly Blue


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Chinese Broccoli (also referred to as Chinese Kale, Kai Laan, Kailaan, or Gai Lan)
  • Cabbage, Early Jersey Wakefield
  • Winter Rye
  • Tomato, Goldman's Italian American Tomato
  • Tomato, Peach Blow Sutton
  • Eggplant, Pumpkin on a Stick (also called Pumpkin Tree, Pumpkin Bush, Mock Tomato, Hmong Eggplant, Red China Eggplant, or Scarlet Chinese Eggplant)
  • Watermelon, Blacktail Mountain
  • Watermelon, Golden Midget
  • Melon, Queen Anne's Pocket Melon
  • Melon, Minnesota Midget
  • Melon, Jenny Lind
  • Melon, Honeycomb
  • Melon, Rockey Ford-Green Flesh
  • Squash, Spaghetti
  • Squash, Patisson Panaché, Vert et Blanc (also called Variegated Scallop, or, Green and White)
  • Ginger Seed
  • Turban Squash
  • Matt's Wild Cherry Tomato
  • Or make me an offer. :D
  • I'm a sucker for fascinating/beautiful heirlooms, especially pumpkins, tomatoes, squash, and cucumbers. Early and cold-hardy varieties of traditionally hot-weather crops (like melons) are tempting, too!


Plants I have to trade:

No current listings.


Plants I am looking for:

  • Concord Grape vine