Plant and Seed Trading forum: seeds for trade

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(Zone 8b)
Keeps Horses Bulbs Plant and/or Seed Trader
Feb 24, 2013 8:26 PM CST
I have updated my seed list. I have a bunch of each and they all need a good home. I am not looking for seeds unless columbine. I would trade LOTS of seeds for a flower bulb, a cutting, etc. I am especially looking for Aroids, Alocasia, Calocasia. Open to anything else. I love anything that does NOT look like a weed....LOL I have alot of mixed zinnia, that are not listed also. LMK if you are interested. I would rather do a med to larger trade vs one item pkg due to postage cost.

Feb 25, 2013 10:02 AM CST
Hi- I have columbine seed. Would you like to trade for gomphrena seed? T-mail if interested. Liz
Baltimore County, MD (Zone 7a)
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Composter Container Gardener Seed Starter Vegetable Grower Dog Lover Plant and/or Seed Trader
Feb 25, 2013 1:37 PM CST
I have a few Columbines in my seed list:

Columbine - purple (maybe some yellow)
Columbine - mixed
Aquelegia (Columbine), lavender
Columbine, yellow, like McKenna giant type
Columbine, Blue and White Double
Columbine Origami Mixed colors
Columbine - Purple Barlow. Open pollinated
Aquilegia 'Biedermeier Group' - pale pink

If any of these interest you, let me know. I'll have to check whether I have enough to split, but I should be able to make at least a small pack of anything. They're all from previous trades and haven't been growing in my garden long enough to bloom, so I can't make guarantees about accurate labeling. I'm aiming for a big bed of rainbow columbines like my childhood home had, so I'm not particular about varieties, but I know most gardeners aren't quite so cavalier. Caveat emptor... or is that caveat trader? Hilarious!

I don't have many bulb or cutting plants with me right now, but if you're interested in something growing at my other house, I could send it in a couple weeks or when it's in season. I have saffron corms which will go dormant in summer, walking onion sets which will come out in fall, and can take cuttings from a number of perennial herbs - rosemary, peppermint, stevia, oregano, sage, thyme... and almost certainly some others I'm forgetting, though I may have to wait for new spring growth. All of the herbs I've propagated from cuttings before, so I know it's possible. I can also take cuttings from several fruiting plants - blueberry (southern-adapted and traditional cultivars), bush cherry, hardy kiwi - not sure they can all be propagated that way, so one of us should do research before making the trade - or strawberry runners (Junebearing and everbearing types). I don't have a lot of ornamentals, but might be able to split out some daylilies (NOID, smaller yellow flowers with burgundy center and larger burgundy flowers with yellow center) or irises (NOID, solid purple and solid yellow, both quite large). The only plants I have with me right now that could be propagated are Aloe, Kalanchoe, and Hoya... all NOID varieties.

There are lots of things on your list that have me drooling, but I won't give you requests until I know if you're interested in anything I have. Thumbs up
(Zone 8b)
Keeps Horses Bulbs Plant and/or Seed Trader
Apr 9, 2013 4:30 PM CST
I would love some of the daylilies, irises, columbine (all) hoya, and aloe. Let me know what you are drooling over....LOL

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