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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Beans, blue lake bush
  • Beans, strike bush
  • Beans, navy, pole
  • Beans, pinto, pole
  • Snow peas
  • Pepper, California wonder
  • pepper, jalapeno, mild
  • pepper, long, thin cayenne
  • pepper, new mexico joe e. parker
  • Okra, Clemson spineless
  • eggplant, early long purple
  • Cucumber, pickle
  • tomato, beefsteak
  • tomato, roma
  • tomato, guido
  • tomato, joe's Portuguese
  • tomato, yellow zinger
  • Melon, green fresh (honeydew variety)
  • Watermelon, sugar baby
  • Watermelon, Missouri (?)
  • cantaloupe
  • Squash, turk's turban
  • Squash, gray zucchini
  • Squash, spaghetti
  • Squash, hubbard
  • Squash, acorn
  • Pumpkin, Max
  • pumpkin, (?) mystery
  • Beets, early wonder
  • Turnips, purple, white globe
  • Kohlrabi, early white Vienna
  • Carrots, scarlet nantes
  • Carrots, long imperator
  • Oats
  • Wheat
  • Lettuce, bibb
  • Lettuce, buttercrunch
  • lettuce, (?) mystery
  • Lettuce, paris island
  • Lettuce, black seeded simpson
  • Kale, russian red
  • Mustard, southern giant, curled, long standing
  • Arugula
  • Spinach, nobel giant
  • Parsley, triple curled
  • Rocket salad, (ferry-morse)
  • Cabbage, golden acre
  • Cabbage, Copenhagen market


Seeds I am looking for:

  • What do you have?? If it's edible, I'm probably interested. If it's kinda weird or different (horse radish, for one example), that's ok, as long as it's edible.


Plants I have to trade:

No current listings.


Plants I am looking for:

  • Sassafras? Gooseberry? Native edible? Herbs? Yeah, all of that and more. What have ya got??
  • The only ornamental bushes we're looking for are roses. If you're sick of what you've got, send me a couple or even a dozen.
  • Fruiting vines of any kind. Mebbe even some malabar spinach and hops. You name it. If it's edible, we're interested.
  • No ornamental trees, please.
  • Shopping list:
  • (Younger plants preferred. Seeds ok, too.)
  • Saskatoon. 2 each.
  • Hansen's bush cherry. 2 each.
  • Carmen Jewel bush cherry. 2 each.
  • Jostaberry. 2 each.
  • Paw-paw trees. 2 each.
  • Blackberry bush and/or canes. Need minimum of 3 each. The larger the berries when fruiting, the better.
  • Raspberry bush/canes. Need minimum of 3 each. Prefer heritage varieties, but...
  • Spice Bush. 2 each.
  • White currant. 1 each.
  • American persimmon. Female. One each. (Meader American will do.)
  • Red Currant. 1 each.
  • Tay and logan berries. Minimum 2 or 3 each.
  • Belle of Georgia Peach. 1 each.
  • York elderberry. 2 each.
  • Huckleberry. 2 each.
  • Blueberry. 2 each. Chandler and Patriot or almost any blueberry with large fruit.