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Seeds I have to trade:

  • Gaillardia Pulchella Blanketflower-my favorite!
  • T-trade
  • G-garden
  • C-commercial
  • **-means I have MANY of this kind of seed so don't hesitate to ask for extras
  • Allium Alf/Sensation G
  • Allium, Nigrum G
  • Aster, pink G
  • Aster, purple w/yellow center New England, G
  • Bachelor Button, Blue Boy G**
  • Bachelor Button, mixed G**
  • Bachelor Button, white w/pink center G
  • Balsams (Touch Me Not) purple only G
  • Bee Balm, Marshall's Delight G
  • Castor Bean, G poisonous to humans & animals (bulky)
  • Celosia, Red G
  • Columbine Mix
  • Columbine Red Star
  • Columbine Yellow
  • Coreopsis, Grandiflora/Lanceleaf G**
  • Cosmos, Antiquity
  • Cosmos, Burgundy 2-toned G
  • Cosmos, Orange G**
  • Cosmos, Picotee G
  • Cosmos, Sensation G or C**
  • Crocrosmia, Red G trying to dry and get seeds. Not sure if this works.
  • Daisy, African C
  • Daisy, Oxeye, G
  • Dianthus, red G
  • I can't guarantee Echinacea seeds from hybrid plants, but you may try if you like. I don't know if they are viable and I don't know if they will stay true. I can only share.
  • Echinacea, Augustifolia G
  • Echinacea, Cheyenne Spirit G
  • Echinacea, Harvest Moon pale yellow G
  • Echinacea, Magnus G
  • Echinacea, Pink Meteor G
  • Echinacea, Red G thin flower petals that don't droop, dwarf
  • Echinacea, Secret Affair G
  • Echinacea, Tomato Soup G** (I have many)
  • Echinacea, White Dove G
  • Flax, blue G
  • Gaillardia, Amblyodon G
  • Gaillardia, Goblin G
  • Gaillardia, Yellow Mesa G
  • Gomphrena, Las Vegas White (Globe Amaranth)
  • Grape Hyacinth G
  • Grass, Fountain G
  • Hibiscus, Burgundy G
  • Hibiscus, Pink Dark (Hardy) G
  • Hibiscus, Pink Light (Hardy)
  • Hibiscus, White w/red throat G
  • Hoary Vervain, Verbena Stricta G
  • Hollyhock, Mini Pink G
  • Hyssop, Giant Yellow G
  • Larkspur, dwarf G
  • Loosestrife, Yellow G
  • Love In A Mist, Nigella blue G
  • Marigold, Disco G
  • Marigold, French Double G
  • Marigold, Orange Double G
  • Marigold, Queen Sophia C
  • Marigold, Sparky C
  • Marigold, Yellow Double G
  • Mexican Hat, red G
  • Mexican Hat, yellow G
  • Mix, Annual Cut Flower C
  • Mix, Easy C
  • Mix, Flower Garden C
  • Mix, Fragrant C
  • Mix, Old Fashioned C
  • Milkweed, Common Pink G**
  • Milkweed, Swamp Dk. Pink G
  • Milkweed, Whorled (just a few) G
  • Moonflower (Datura) C
  • Morning Glory, Clarke's Heavenly Blue C
  • Morning Glory, Grandpa Ott C
  • Morning Glory, Tickle Me Pink G
  • Nasturtium C
  • Onion, Egyptian Walking G (10 per pkg. Bulky. Ask if you want larger amt.)
  • Penstemon, Husker Red G
  • Pincushion Flower (Scabiosa), white G**
  • Poppy, California
  • Purple Salvia, G
  • Rudbeckia, Goldstrum G
  • Rudbeckia, Hirta bi-color G**
  • Rudbeckia, Triloba G
  • Salvia, purple G
  • Siberian Wallflower G**
  • Smoketree (American) bush G
  • Snap Dragon mix C
  • Spiderwort, purple G
  • Sunflower, 6' Branching
  • Sunflower, Evening Sun C
  • Sunflower, Italian G** The birds LOVE these. Will leave the other seeds and devour these. Tall, prominent yellow heads 12-18" above the tallest leaves. Grew to 10' high. Single head.
  • Sunflower, Lemon Queen C
  • Sunflower, Mammoth Russian G (Bulky)
  • Sunflower, Perennial G** The roots are called sunchokes and can be eaten although I've never done it.
  • Sunflower, Teddy Bear G
  • Sweet William
  • Tansy, yellow G**
  • Yarrow, Island Pink G
  • Verbena Stricta G
  • Zinnia, California Giant C
  • Zinnia, Candy Cane G not yet
  • Basil, Purple Ruffles G Beautiful purple fall color, licorice-cinnamon scent.
  • Cantaloupe, Peace Vine G** Very sweet melon with fleshy yellow insides. Shorter number of days to maturity than traditional cantaloupe.
  • Tomato, German Yoder (heirloom) G
  • All these listed as (G) are from 2014.


Seeds I am looking for:

  • Updated 09/29/14
  • Please no: roses, trees/shrubs, iris, daylilies, vines
  • Looking for red perennial blooms in zones 4/5.
  • -Allium :blue or giganteum/giant. If you have another variety you think I'd like...I'll try it! I have Alf & Drumstick.
  • -Bottlebrush
  • -Centaurea Montana -any
  • -Cleome, any
  • -Cosmos- (I love cosmos!) any other variety you think I'd like. Fizzy, Double, Single, not picky. (I have Sensation, Orange, Daydream). I would like:
  • ^Candy Stripe
  • ^Chocolate
  • ^Crest Red
  • ^Dark Secret
  • ^Daydream
  • ^Double
  • ^Double Click (any color),
  • ^Ladybird Dwarf
  • ^Spellbound
  • ^Sweet 16
  • -Daisy -colored or have a different look. I like so many..please only those that can survive zone 5.
  • ^Daisy, Blue
  • ^Daisy, Red
  • -Dames Rocket
  • -Dracocephalum rupestre
  • -Echium candicans-Pride of Madeira
  • -Gaillardia-Blanketflower: My favorite flower!
  • ^Amber Wheels--really want
  • ^Burgundy Picotee
  • ^Fanfare, Fanfare Blaze
  • ^Frenzy
  • ^Moxi
  • ^Razzle Dazzle
  • ^Single Mix
  • ^Summer's Kiss
  • ^Sundance
  • ^Tizzy
  • ^or if you have another variety you think I'd like. I have Goblin, Yellow Mesa, Burgundy, Aristata, Lemons & Oranges.
  • .-Helenium -any, especially with red/orange like Red Jewel
  • -Hibiscus, hardy to zone 4/5: dinnerplate, reds, bright colors
  • -Indian Paintbrush
  • -Heliopsis, any except Tuscan Sun. Would like different looking blooms: doubles, interesting foiliage...
  • ^Viva
  • ^Summer Nights
  • ^Asahi
  • ^Sunburst *Venus
  • ^Goldfinger
  • ^Blessingham Double
  • -Jacob's Ladder
  • -Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate
  • -Loosestrife, Goodneck Lysimachia clethroides, or any except Yellow Loosestrife.
  • -Lupine, any** Please!
  • -Marigolds
  • ^Crackerjack
  • ^Joker
  • ^ White/Off White** I really really really want some!
  • ^the fuzzy ones (don't know their name)
  • ^tall 3', vertical growers
  • -Papaver (poppies) any/all hardy to zone 5. Any doubles.
  • -Phlox paniculata-perennial phlox-any, but looking especially for red.
  • -Rudbeckia-any perennial zone 4/5
  • Sedum Thunderhead
  • Snakeweed Bistort, Easter Ledges, Dragonwort, Snake Weed / Persicaria bistorta
  • Sneezeweed/Helenium-any/all. My seed didn't germinate.
  • -Uvularia grandiflora - Merry Bells
  • Yarrow-red
  • Open to new adventures. I'm on the line between zones 4/5.
  • Herbs:
  • Cilantro
  • Fruit/Veggie
  • Early melons-cantaloupe (This year someone sent me Peace Vine Cantaloupe and it was wonderful. We'd never heard of it.)
  • Hot peppers-your choice.


Plants I have to trade:

  • Flowers
  • Aster-New England purple
  • Bee Balm Marshall's Delight (doesn't travel well in high heat)
  • Bishop's Weed Ammi majus
  • Euphorbia Characias
  • Lily of the Valley-White
  • Phlox subulata-purple
  • Sedums
  • ==Angelina (yellow flowers)
  • ==Autumn Joy-sends up flat-headed flower spikes that turn pink to dark rose in the fall. Hardy.
  • ==Dragon's Blood
  • Solidago, Goldenrod
  • Sunflower-perennial. They say you can eat the roots, but I like the flowers.
  • Yarrow Achillea millefolium-white


Plants I am looking for:

  • Penstemon (except Husker Red)
  • Phlox paniculata red variety
  • Poppies, zone 4/5
  • Ask Me
  • Just about anything that's hardy to zone 4/5. I love getting new flowers and finding the right spot for them.
  • I have a lot of creative energy. I like to make cards and send cards. I like Reeses, chocolate without nuts. I like almonds & peanuts, dried fruit, the color teal and saving seeds has become a bit of an obsession.
  • I created seed envelopes and uploaded them to Pinterest so anybody could use them. Follow this link:
  • http://www.pinterest.com/xiangirl
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