soilent_green's GardenWeb Exchange Page

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Seeds I have to trade:

  • List updating in progress for Winter/Spring 2015. I will not be doing any trading until January. I will be neither checking or responding to any emails until after the holiday season.

  • Last Updated: December 22, 2014

  • Trades only. Due to large volume of unsolicited requests I no longer respond to SASE or free seed inquiries, or requests for charitable bulk seed donations. All donations are done locally.

    First, the serious stuff. I believe more information is better than not enough. The following is probably boring, perhaps some of it is unnecessary, but I ask prospective trading partners to please take the time to read before contacting me with questions that might already be answered here. If you are just browsing than simply skip all this stuff to get to the list. That is what I would do. :-)

  • Humans have been genetically modifying plants since the first human picked out her/his favorite seeds from a harvest and decided to save them for replanting. There is nothing at all wrong with this, it is a natural, safe, proven, time-tested method for improving food crops. I will be forever dead-set against modern corporate for-profit laboratory-created cross-species GMOs (frankenfoods). No variety in my seed collection is such a beast. The thing is, anyone who has educated her- or himself knows that currently there are no laboratory-created GM vegetable varieties available retail anywhere for the market gardener, home gardener, or hobbyist to acquire, even if a person wanted such a thing, though unfortunately I expect this situation to change somewhat soon.

  • As I cannot attest to their viability or being true-to-type I never trade seed that I receive from others in previous trades, for any reason, until it has been grown out and proven by me. All of the inventory that I offer is either commercially acquired by me, or is grown by me and harvested by hand at peak maturity. The two may be mixed together, some of the commercial seed may be treated.

  • All commercial seed in my possession was acquired from reputable sources. All seed grown and harvested by me is meticulously cleaned, sorted, and graded. All seed in my possession is stored properly. I do not test commercially acquired seed in my possession for viability. Samples of most (but not all) of the varieties of seed that I harvest are germination tested by me. I no longer test types and varieties that I have found in the past to have a consistently acceptable level of viability. The seeds that I trade are not rejects, extras, cast-offs, of dubious origin, or outdated (such seeds in my possession end up being fed to the wild creatures). The seed that my trade partners get from me comes from the same inventory that I trust and use for my gardening, food production, and seed production - if it fails for you that means it will fail for me, and I do not want either situation to occur.

  • Unless noted I always send more seed than the agreed-upon number of each variety to counter any possible germination issues that might occur for whatever reason. I do this simply for my peace of mind, I do not expect this of my trading partners. As long as I get what we agreed on, I am satisfied.

  • I do not obsess about even trades regarding what I get from my trade partner in return, as long as we are in the ballpark. If my trade partner has a young family with a tight budget I will be happy to tip the trade balance in your favor by sending higher quantities or more varieties than I receive from you. I offer this because I know it is tough out there to make ends meet for many decent people. This offer will be done at my discretion on a case by case basis.

  • I package seeds carefully and safely for shipment. I always include a note in the package containing the pertinent trade information. I always ship in bubble/padded envelope or box using correct postage. I expect the same courtesies in return.

  • All the previous being stated, once the seed leaves my possession I make no guarantees of anything, either expressed or implied. I will, however, make a concerted effort to resolve any unforeseen problem or situation that may arise in spite of our best efforts at a successful, hassle-free trade. Ultimately I just want both of us to have a pleasant, enjoyable trade experience, and that is always my goal.

  • I rarely initiate trade offers myself anymore but I welcome any and all trade offers from others. Please do not be offended if I decline your trade offer or request. My life is a bit busier these days and shipping costs are becoming harder to justify, so I no longer trade just for the sake of doing trades. What you are offering or have on your trade list must really pique my interest. Larger trades are preferred.

  • I check the GardenWeb Rate and Review feedback of every prospective trade partner before agreeing to a trade. At my discretion I may decline to do a trade if you have zero feedback. Out of the one hundred-plus trades over the years I have been burned only three times, but each time was by a trade partner who had zero feedback at the time of the trade. Fooled me thrice, as it were... I always take the time to leave positive feedback in the GardenWeb Rate and Review Exchange, assuming a successful trade occurred. I kindly request that my trading partners reciprocate this courtesy. If you do not know how I will be happy to guide you through it (it is not at all difficult).

  • Previous trade partners with whom I have successfully traded have priority with me. I will bump such a person to the top in terms of trade order, processing, and seed availability. Trust has already been established, plus this is my way of showing appreciation for past successful hassle-free trades. :-)

  • Much of what I have to offer on my list is available for bulk trades (I save a lot of seed and I purchase commercial seed in bulk). Counts of five hundred, thousands, ten thousand, ounces, fractional pounds, etc. are not out of the range of possibility. Inquire accordingly, but bear in mind that you will have to have inventory in similar quantities of interest to me in order to have as equal a trade as possible.

  • For those concerned, I feel I must state that I do not grow 100 percent "organically", however that term is "officially" defined these days by the powers that be. As such I do not consider the seed I grow and harvest to be of an "organic" origin though I feel it is close and I am comfortable with my methods. I grow as naturally, as sustainably, and as conscientiously as is realistically possible, but I do engage in limited commercial "organic" and/or chemical pesticide use for the rare times that it is necessary to do so. I also engage in limited use of commercial "organic" and processed chemical fertilizers. The food that has been grown on location and has fed my family for four generations going on five has always been far safer and of a far better quality than any of the garbage sold in the grocery store produce aisles. If the produce is good and the soil the produce is grown in is safe and healthy, and is treated with respect, then the seed harvested from that produce is good whether grown 100 percent "organically" or not. Lastly, I am not a proponent of chemical herbicides - I do not allow the use of chemical herbicides such as glyphosate anywhere near my food or seed production areas.

  • Thanks for reading. If you have any questions do not hesitate to contact me.

    Happy Trading!


    Now, the fun stuff (Yay!).


  • Flowers/Ornamentals

  • Annual Flowers
  • Wax Begonia (Begonia semperflorens) Green or Red Leaved, Mixed Colors
  • Snapdragon () "Dwarf Magic Carpet" Mixed Colors
  • Portulaca (aka Moss Rose) () "Magic Carpet" Mixed Colors
  • Larkspur () "Giant Imperial" Mixed Colors
  • Swan River Daisy ()
  • Aster () "Dwarf Border" Mixed Colors
  • Bachelor's Button () "Double Mixed Colors"
  • Lobelia () "Crystal Palace"
  • Strawflower () Tall, Mixed Colors
  • Forget-Me-Not () "Annual Firmament"
  • Coleus () "Rainbow" Mixed Colors
  • Alyssum () "Royal Carpet"
  • Alyssum () "Carpet of Snow"
  • Torenia () Mixed Colors
  • Poppy (Papaver somniferum) Double Pink Flowered
  • Cleome ()
  • Calendula ()
  • Salvia ()
  • Love In a Mist (Nigella damascena)
  • Balsam (aka Touch Me Not) (Impatiens balsamina)
  • Kiss Me Over The Garden Gate (aka Prince's Feather) (Persicaria orientalis)
  • Morning Glory, Mix ()
  • Morning Glory, Grandpa Otts ()
  • Cosmic Cosmos, Orange ()
  • Ornamental Purslane, Pink Flowered ()

  • Biennial/Perennial Flowers
  • Columbine () McKana's Mix
  • Blackberry Lilly (Bellancamda chinensis)
  • Old Fashioned Hollyhock ()
  • Balloon Flower, Blue ()
  • Musk Mallow (Malva moschata)
  • Viola (aka Johnny Jump Up, Heartsease) (Viola tricolor)
  • Lanceleaf Coreopsis (Coreopsis lanceolata)
  • Columbine, Yellow Flowered ()
  • Maltese Cross ()
  • Cinquefoil "Miss Willmot"/"Monarch's Velvet Mix (Potentilla nepalensis/Potentilla thunbergii)
  • Cutleaf Coneflower (Rudbeckia laciniata)
  • Thin-Leaved Coneflower (Rudbeckia triloba)
  • Pale Purple Coneflower ()
  • Gray Headed Coneflower ()
  • Blanket Flower ()
  • Sweet William () Mixed Colors/Bicolors
  • Sweet William () Dark Red Flowered, Dark Foliage/Red Stems
  • Cup Plant
  • Hosta, unknown variety ()
  • Jack in the Pulpit ()
  • Scarlet Beebalm (Monarda didyma)
  • Mandevilla () Tropical, Red Flowered

  • Herbs
  • Dill () "Bouquet", "Mammoth"
  • Horehound ()
  • Anise Hyssop ()
  • Black Mustard ()
  • Brown Mustard ()
  • Yellow Mustard ()
  • Mint, Common ()
  • Feverfew ()
  • Catmint (aka Catnip) (Nepeta cataria)
  • Golden Margherite (aka Golden Chamomile) (Anthemis tinctoria)
  • Fenugreek ()

  • Vegetables

  • Greens
  • Spinach
  • "Bloomsdale Long Standing"
  • "Giant Noble"
  • Lettuce
  • "Kraganer Sommer"
  • "Red Romaine"
  • Turnip "Seven Top" (Grown primarily for the greens.)
  • Sorell
  • Corn Salad "D'Etampes"
  • Collards "Georgia"
  • Arugula "Roquette"
  • Mesclun "Spicy Mix"
  • Asian Greens Mix Mix consisting of Calaloo, Tatsoi, Pak Choi, Osaka Mustard, and more.
  • Leaf Lettuce Landrace Mix

  • Swiss Chard "Fordhook Giant"

  • Shell Peas
  • "Green Arrow"
  • "Wando"
  • "Little Marvel"
  • "Green Arrow/Wando/Little Marvel Mix"

  • Snow Peas (Edible Pod)
  • "Dwarf Gray Sugar"
  • "Mammoth Melting"

  • Canteloupe
  • "Minnesota Midget"
  • "Iroquois"

  • Root Vegetables
  • Common Chicory (Chicorum intybus) (Leaves and roots edible, roots can also be roasted and used as a coffee substitute.)
  • Parsnip "Hollow Crown"
  • Carrot
  • "Danver's Half Long"
  • "Imperator"
  • "Nantes Scarlet"
  • "Chantenay"
  • Turnip
  • "Purple Top White Globe"
  • "White Egg"
  • "Golden Globe"
  • Radish
  • "Sparkler"
  • "German Giant"
  • "White Globe"
  • "White Icicle"
  • "Daikon Long"
  • "Watermelon"
  • "Purple Plum"
  • Pink Beauty
  • "Salad Giant"
  • Chinese Rose"
  • "Helios"
  • "Crimson Giant"
  • "Chinese Rose" (Winter)
  • "Cherry Belle/Early Scarlet Globe Mix"
  • "Madras" (Edible Pods)
  • Beet
  • "Detroit Dark Red"
  • "Early Wonder Tall Top"
  • "Ruby Queen"
  • "Cylindra"
  • "Chioggia"
  • "Bulls Blood"

  • Rutabaga "American Purple Top"

  • Green Bush Snap Beans

  • Yellow Bush Snap/Wax Beans

  • Purple Bush Snap Beans
  • "Purple Queen"

  • Filet Beans
  • "Maxibel"

  • Pole Beans

  • Asian/Noodle Beans

  • Cowpeas

  • Soybeans

  • Kohlrabi "Early White Vienna"

  • Cabbage
  • "Earliana"
  • "Early Jersey Wakefield"
  • "All Seasons"
  • "Premium Flat Dutch Late"
  • "Red Acre"

  • Asian Cabbage
  • "Baby Choi"
  • "Pak Choi"
  • "Michihili"

  • Cauliflower
  • "Snowball Y"
  • "Snowball Early"
  • "Winter Dream"

  • Broccoli
  • "Sun King"
  • "Green Sprouting Calabrese"
  • "Waltham 29"
  • "Romanesco"
  • "Broccoli Raab/Rapini"

  • Brussel Sprouts
  • "Long Island Improved"

  • Eggplant
  • "Pingtung Long"
  • "Black Night"
  • "Black Beauty"
  • "Pumpkin on a Stick" (generally considered an ornamental only)

  • Summer Squash
  • "Black Beauty"
  • "Fordhook"

  • Winter Squash
  • "Waltham Butternut"
  • "Table Queen Acorn"

  • Cucumber "Homemade Pickles"

  • Okra
  • "Jade"
  • "Burgundy"

  • Sweet Peppers

  • Hot/Very Hot Peppers

  • Container Peppers

  • Beefsteak-Type Tomatoes
  • "Supersteak" hybrid
  • "Super Beefsteak"
  • "Endless Summer"
  • "Porterhouse" hybrid
  • "Abraham Lincoln"
  • "Mortgage Lifter"
  • "Early Girl" hybrid
  • "Double Rich"
  • "Big Boy" hybrid
  • "Marglobe"
  • "Homestead"
  • "Delicious"
  • "Brandywine"
  • "Burpee's Long Keeper"
  • "Oregon Spring"
  • "Kentucky Beefsteak"
  • "Rutgers-Select"
  • "Crimson Cushion"
  • "Independence Day"
  • "Bison"
  • "Box Car Willie"
  • "Bloody Butcher"
  • "Beefsteak Landrace Mix" - I have been holding off on offering this for many years, but I keep getting requests so I have decided to share now. This mix is a genetically diverse power-mix originally consisting of around two dozen named varieties of red beefsteak and medium slicer types that I mixed together. I still add named varieties into the mix on occasion to continue to add to the gene pool. Each year I take out a random sample of seed and grow them out and allow them to cross pollinate naturally. I then save seeds from the best fruits and the best plants. Been doing this for around 15 years. I have no idea what you will get - some will have good qualities, some will be mediocre. Many will be unknown new varieties or strains. There is a decent chance that you might find a unique gem that is growing exclusively in your garden that exists nowhere else on the planet! Grow these for fun or experimentation, or to access the gene pool for breeding. It would be risky to rely on them for your main crop, at least until you know what you have. (At this point even I still do not rely on them completely, but expect to someday soon.) This is basically a fifteen year head start for anyone interested in creating their own landrace. :-)

  • Paste Tomatoes
  • "Paste Landrace Mix" - I have been holding off on offering this for many years, but I keep getting requests so I have decided to share now. This mix is a genetically diverse power-mix originally consisting of around a dozen named varieties of red paste, saladette, strawberry, sausage, and oxheart types that I mixed together. I still add named varieties into the mix on occasion to continue to add to the gene pool. Each year I take out a random sample of seed and grow them out and allow them to cross pollinate naturally. I then save seeds from the best fruits and the best plants. Been doing this for around 15 years. I have no idea what you will get - some will have good qualities, some will be mediocre. Many will be unknown new varieties or strains. There is a decent chance that you might find a unique gem that is growing exclusively in your garden that exists nowhere else on the planet! Grow these for fun or experimentation, or to access the gene pool for breeding. It would be risky to rely on them for your main crop, at least until you know what you have. (At this point even I still do not rely on them completely, but expect to someday soon.) This is basically a fifteen year head start for anyone interested in creating their own landrace. :-)

  • Cherry-Type Tomatoes
  • Black Tomatoes
  • Container Tomatoes

    Corns
  • Flour Corn
  • Arikara White

  • Flint Corn
  • Victor Kucyk 2175

  • Popcorn
  • Miniature Rainbow

    Grains
  • Spring Wheat
  • "Faller" (modern variety)
  • "Dylan" (modern variety)
  • "Red Vernal Emmer" (modern variety) N/A
  • "Hard Red Spring" (NoID modern variety) N/A
  • "Trigo Supreme" N/A
  • "Lavras" N/A
  • "Chengdu" N/A
  • Triticum Spherococcum NoID N/A

  • Durum Wheat
  • "Moroccan Frost" N/A

  • Triticale
  • "Juan" N/A
  • "Musky" N/A

  • Spelt
  • Einkorn (Stone age wheat.) N/A
  • Kamut (Ancient) N/A
  • Emmer Turanicum N/A

  • Oats
  • "Hulless"

  • Barley
  • "Black Hulless" N/A
  • "Karan 16" Dwarf" N/A
  • "Blackhart" N/A
  • "Schrene Hulless" N/A
  • "Jet Hulless" N/A

  • Buckwheat
  • "Medawaska Tartary" N/A
  • "Soba" N/A

  • Rye
  • "Gazelle" N/A
  • "Cereal" N/A

  • Sorghum
  • "Sugar Drip"
  • "Honey Drip" N/A

  • Millet
  • "Candlestick" N/A

  • Teff N/A

  • Flax
  • "Golden" N/A
  • "Perennial Blue" N/A
  • "Scarlet" N/A

  • Amaranth
  • "Golden Giant"
  • "Burgundy"

    Alliums
  • Leek "King Richard" N/A
  • Wild Leek (aka Ramps) (Allium tricoccum)
  • Garlic Chive (Allium tuberosum)
  • Common Chive
  • Bunching Onion
  • "White Lisbon"
  • "Evergreen"
  • Granex Onion
  • Garlic Bulbils
  • Egyptian Walking Onion Bulblets
  • French Red Shallots
  • Yellow Multiplier Onion

  • True Potato Seed, Wild Pollinated:
  • Seed Potato, "Carola", "German Butterball", "Irish Cobbler", "Red Gold", "Red Cloud"
  • Fingerling Potato, "Rose Finn Apple"
  • Jerusalem Artichoke, Yellow
  • Jerusalem Artichoke, Red

  • Wild Grape
  • Alpine Strawberry "Reugen" (red)
  • Currant Mix (Red and Pink)

  • Landrace Mixes

  • Tobacco
  • Orinoco
  • Gold Dollar Burley
  • Golden Seal
  • Greenwood Dark
  • Hungarian Szamosi
  • Havana Cigar Wrapper
  • Havana #16
  • Havana #18
  • Cuban (private strain from Hawaii, provenance beyond that is unknown)
  • Papa Drake (private strain from Hawaii, provenance beyond that is unknown)
  • Native Tobacco (aka Mapacho, Sacred) (Nicotiana rustica)


Seeds I am looking for:

  • No ornamentals beyond the following short list please - not that I don't like them. My hobbies got a bit out of control so I have chosen to focus on herbs and edibles.

  • Ornamentals:
  • Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus) "Sooty"
  • My apologies for such an involved list, the reason is to be as informative as possible in order to show up on as many web and site search results as possible. To put it quite simply, I am open to trading for less common herbs and edibles that will produce in my short-season zone 4 climate. To save you some time I would be happy to just look at your seed list instead, or you can continue reading on of my specific interests. If nothing else it is something to do on a cold winter's day...

  • I seek heirloom, rare, foreign, unique, unusual, or disease resistant varieties of edibles. I prefer open pollinated varieties but I am not at all against hybrids.

  • I dig (both literally and figuratively) root vegetables, tubers, edible bulbs, edible rhizomes, edible corms, etc. so I am always open to new or different types and varieties that will produce in my short-season zone 4 climate. Long storage types most preferred.

  • Native North American north-climate edibles such as Prairie Turnip (Psoralea esculenta), Indian Potato (Apios americana), Yampa (Perideridia gairdneri), etc.

  • Cold weather/short season OP or hybrid tomato varieties.
  • Any oxheart type tomato, any color.
  • Any strawberry type tomato, any color.
  • Any large OP or hybrid paste and saladette tomato varieties such as "Mariana" hybrid and "Opalka".
  • Any new hybrid tomato variety that is bred for resistance to Septoria lycopersici Leaf Spot.

  • Sweet Peppers: "Lipstick", "Shishito"
  • Hot and Very Hot Peppers, varieties such as "Butch T", "Nagahari", "Savina", "Carolina Reaper", "Trinidad Scorpion", "Seven Pot", "Mustard" habanero, "Jamaican Red Mushroom", etc.

  • Sword Beans: "Akanata Mame", "Shironata Mame"
  • Flower Beans: "Akahana Mame", "Shirohana Mame"
  • Filet Bean "Velour Purple"
  • Fall Beans: "Grape", "Nora Day White", "Red and White", "Red Speckled", etc.
  • Pole Beans: "Haricot Tarbais", "Cosse Violette"
  • Green Bush Snap Beans: "Calima", "Derby", "Duke", "Harvester", "Spartan Arrow", "Speedy", "Titan"
  • Purple Bush Snap Beans: "Amethyst", "Purple Teepee", "Purple King", etc.
  • Runner Beans (P. coccineus): "Butler", "Giant White", "Golden Sunshine", "Hestia", "Insuks Wang Kong", "Lady Di", "Moonlight", "Red Rum", "Scarlet Emperor", "Scarlet", "Streamline", "Summer Medley", "Sunset", "Wisley Magic", etc.
  • Fava Beans: "Aquadulce", "Bell", "Broad Windsor", "Delle Cascine", "Extra Precoce a Grano Bianco", "Histal", "Iantos", "Italian Farm House", "Jubilee Hysor", "Lorane", "Negreta", "Reina Mora", "Statissa", "Superaguadulce Morocco", "Supersimonia", etc.
  • Flageolet Beans: "Chelinex", "Chevrier", "Elsa", "Flagrano", "Flamata", "Flambeau", "Flamingo", "Roi des Verts", "Soissons Vert", etc.
  • Wax Beans: "Barksdale", "Blue Blockeye", "Burpee's Stringless White Wax", "Concador", "Gold Dust", "Improved Prolific Black", "Ivory Pod", "Keeney's Rustless Golden", "Marvel of Venice", "Miller's Early Golden Stringless", "Olteanu's Romanian Yellow", "Prolific Black", "Rennie's Round Pod Kidney", "Saddleback", "Sonesta", "Surecrop Stringless", "Tisa", "Uzice Speckled", "Wachs Beste Von Allem", "Wardwell's Kidney", "Wardwell's Improved Kidney", "White Zulu", "Yosemite", "Zlatac", etc.

  • Cowpeas: "Big Boy", "Calhoun Purple Hull", "Hercules", "Knuckle Purple Hull", "Monkey Tail", "Red Bisbee", "SaDandy", "Shanty Pea", "Texas Cream", "Turkey Craw", "White Acre", etc.

  • Soybeans: "Aka Kurakake", "B-006 Brun Matif Rouest", "Blackhawk", "Cha Kurakake", "Clark", "Dieckman's", "DV 2371", "Gardensoy 24", "GL 2216/84", "Grande", "Grand Forks", "Hack", "Hartwig", "Hurrelbrink", "Iowa 1010", "Kouri", "Krasnoarmejscaja", "Kuro Kurakake", "Kuromane", "Lammer's Black", "Mandarin", "Manitoba Brown", "Midori Giant", "Natsu Kurakake", "Saint Ita", "Shironomai", "Tankuro", "Vinton 81", "Zane", etc.

  • Greens: Chicory "Brussels Witloof", Chicory "Magdeburg", Chicory "Palla Rossa", Collards "Morris Heading", Endive "Batavian", French Sorrel, Kale "Tuscan", Melo Khiya, Minutina, Shungiku Largeleaf, Spinach "Giant Winter", Vegetable Mallow

  • German Chamomile (Matricaria chamomilla)
  • Roman/English Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)
  • Cilantro "Calypso"
  • Leaf/Cutting Celery "Zwolsche Krul", "Nan Ling"
  • Stalk Celery "RedVenture", "Golden Self Blanching"
  • Celeriac: "Brilliant", "Large Prague"
  • Purslane: "Goldgelber", "Golden"
  • Sugar Beet "Giant Half Sugar"
  • Mangel: "Colossal Long Red", "Early Yellow Intermediate"
  • Beet "Lutz Winter Keeper"
  • Turnip "Gilfeather"
  • Parsnip: "Tender and True", "Turga"
  • Edible Burdock: (Arctium lappa): "Watanabe Early", "Salad Musume"
  • Ground Cherry: "Yantar", "Goldie"
  • Litchi Tomato (Solanum sisymbriifolium)
  • Alpine Strawberry, white berried strain, yellow berried strain
  • Cape Gooseberry: "Giallo Grosso", "Golden Berry", "Long Aston", "Dixon", "Peace", "New Zealand", "Garrison's Pineapple Flavor", "Yellow Improved"

  • Garlic Chive "Nira" (Allium tuberosum)
  • Perennial/Walking Onion: "Red Catawissa", "Heritage Sweet White", "McCullars White"
  • Multiplier (Potato) Onion: White, Red, "Kelly Winterton's Green Mountain"
  • Shallot: "Dutch Yellow", "Gray", "Grey Griselle"
  • Perennial Leek: "Oepri", "Perlzweibel" (Allium ampeloprasum)
  • Leek "Blue Solaise"
  • Sand Leek (Allium scorodoprasum)
  • Turkish Wild Onion (aka Tunceli Garlic, Ovacik Garlic) (Allium tuncelianum)
  • Wood Garlic (aka Ramsons, Buckrams) (Allium ursinum)
  • Welsh Onion (Allium fistulosum)
  • Rakkyo (Allium chinense)
  • Nodding Onion (Allium cernuum Roth)
  • Prairie Onion (Allium textile)
  • Canada Onion (Allium canadense)

  • Non-hybrid, non-gm food grains
  • Spring Wheat, modern varieties such as "Glenn", "Bailey", "Kernan", "Barrie", "Superb", etc.
  • Annual Teosinte "Northern Tepehuan Maizillo"
  • Upland Rice: "Black Madras", "Blue Bonnet", "M-101", "Hmong Sticky"
  • Paddy Rice: "Purple Jomon", "Early 3 Nepal", "Duborskian"
  • Wild Rice (Zizania palustris)
  • Oilseed Rape (aka Rapeseed) (Brassica napus)
  • Turnip Rape (aka Turnip Mustard) (Brassica rapa)

  • Dent Corn, varieties such as "Robert Choate's White", "Golden Eagle" yellow, "Leaming Yellow", "MN13" yellow, "Jellicorse Twin" white, "Reid's Yellow", "Silvermine" white, "Ohio Blue Clarage", "Trucker's Favorite" white or yellow, "Hickory King" white or yellow, etc.
  • Gourdseed Corn "Cherokee", "Texas", "Virginia White"
  • Flour Corn "Seneca Round Nose", "Zulu Maize", "Mandan Bride"
  • Flint Corn, varieties such as "New England Eight Row" (aka "Otto File"), "Longfellow", "Roy's Calais", "Garland", "Maiden's Blush", "Dakota White", "Seneca Red Stalker", "Rhode Island White Cap" (aka "Narragansett")
  • Popcorn "Pennsylvania Butter-Flavored"
  • Sweet Corn: "Tuxana F5", "Clem Bennett", "Country Gentleman", "Whipples" white or yellow, "Robinson", "Stowell's Evergreen", etc.

  • Wasabi (Wasabia japonica) seeds or rhizomes
  • Hop Rhizomes, named varieties such as "Cascade", "Fuggle", "Nugget", etc.
  • Fingerling Seed Potatoes: "Austrian Crescent", "French", "LaRatte", "Magic Molly"
  • Standard Seed Potatoes: "Purple Viking", "Green Mountain", "Augusta", "Bintje"

  • Rosa Rugosa, any variety or strain that produces large hips or large quantities of hips, flower color irrelevant.
  • Honeyberry
  • Cornelian Cherry
  • Nero Aronia
  • Edible Mountain Ash, varieties such as "Shipova", "Rabina", or the "Ivan" series.

  • Smoking, Pipe, Cigar, Plug, and Chewing Tobacco

    Thanks again to all my past trading partners for the wonderful trades over the years!



Plants I have to trade:

  • None.


Plants I am looking for:

  • None.