Don't forget to count the cost of sending seeds to DnD. That's at least $2.50, even in a weighed bubble mailer sent early enough for First Class mail to get there.
But I hope more "vegetable people" sign up!
To me, the hardest part of seed trading is listing oddball singleton seed packets. When I have only one of something but don't want it anymore, it seems like a lot of work to list just that one, older packet. But I used to join Heather's tomato and pepper swap, in Canada but accepting US members. So I have many odd packets getting older every year.
Ignoring for the moment how old they are and whether I already gave it away but fialed to reocrd that fact, do any of these sound desirable to you?
ULTRA-EARLY & COLD-TOLERANT:
'Glacier' - ultra-early, cold-tolerant, SEMI-DET
'Stupice' - ultra-early, cold-tolerant, compact DET
'Northern Delight' - ultra-early, "for the Far North", 2' DET
'Beaverlodge' series - ultra-early, compact DET, containers (not sure about cold tolerance)
EXTRA-EARLY & COLD-TOLERANT:
'Manitoba' - extra-early, cold-tolerant, 3'-4' DET, "Canadian for colder climates"
'Matina' - extra-early, INDET, "dependable even in cold/wet summers"
'Sub-Artic Plenty' - extra-early, "Canadian", DET
'Oregon Spring' - extra-early, very cold-tolerant, "plant 4 wks before last frost & protect only when there's frost"
'Early Wonder' - extra-early, 3'-4' SEMI-DET, med red globe
'Siletz' - extra-early, reliable, DET, 4"-5" red
'Ildi' - extra-early, yellow grape pear, 8'-10' INDET
'Gold Nugget' - extra-early, 2-3' DET, bland yellow cherry
'Sungold' F1 - extra-early, 4'-8' INDET, containers, orange cherry
'Yellow Plum' - early, productive even in cold, 4'-6' INDET, yellow cherry
'Bloody Butcher' - early, cool climate, 4'-6'
'Maskabec' - early, 18"-36" DET, 4-6 oz. red globe
'Golden Rave' (hybrid) - early, gold Roma plum6'-8' INDET
'Husky Cherry Red' - early, semi-DET or dwarf INDET
'Sub Artic Cherry' - early, DET, pink, "developed in Alberta for short seasons"
'Early Cascade' - (hybrid but seems pretty true) - early, short-summer, PNW, "reliable: sets fruit in any climate", red-orange
'Marmande' - semi-early, cool climate, med-large red beefsteak type, full flavor
'Early Girl' (hybrid) - semi-early, med red globe, flavorful
'Santa Cherry' / 'Santa Sweets' - mid-season, tolerates cool summers, 4'-8' INDET
'Morden Yellow' - mid-late, Canadian for colder climates, 2'-3' DET, med yellow globe
Yellow or oranged toms:
Taxi (bright yellow)
Ildi OP Yellow Grape Tomatoes vig, prolific sweet - tasty
Sungold ORANGE Cherry HYBRID
Old Flame OP Tomato orange-yellow streaked with red
"Jaune Flammee" Tomato OP orange deep gold or red blush Indeterminate
Omar's Lebanese OP Tomato huge fruit 1-3 pounds Pink
Jaune Coeur de Pigeon Yellow Cherry Tomato OP
"Yellow Pear" Cherry Tomato OP
Yellow Plum Cherry Tomato productive even in cold OP
Aunt Ruby's Yellow Cherry
"Fargo" Yellow Pear Cherry Tomatoes
Sweet Gold Yellow Cherry Tomato EARLY F,T HYBRID?
Ildi - pear - Yellow Grape INDET - Extra early - long life on or off vine (got plenty of seed)
Taxi - OP Early - bright yellow - DET 2'x2' vines heavy yield for 3-4 weeks (got plenty of seed)
'Jaune Flammee' Tomato OP - orange / deep gold or red blush - INdeterminate early 55 days
Gold Nugget - Yellow Cherry - EXTRA Early - reliable, vigorous in WA, bland
Jaune Coeur de Pigeon - Yellow Cherry Tomato OP 2010
'Azoychka' - 60-70 days, very early for so large - 5-10 oz - LEMON YELLOW & bright yellow interior (just 2-3 seeds if any)
very good acidic flavor with a hint of citrus. Bred by Russian hobbyist Valentina Petrovna Kruglova.
Russian Jewish nickname from Arabic female name, 'Aza', meaning 'comfort'.
The following I would have AT MOST one pkt of each and may have already re-traded it. And it will be at least 2-3 years old. But if you like some of them, I'll go looking and see if I still have them. Then offer them in this swap, or some future veggy swap you join.
The spelling is whatever someone's handwriting and my eyes made it seem to be.
Early ssusabakus aliana
Super Snow White OP
Black Cherry OP
Nikolayev Yellow Cherry
Early ssusabakus aliana
Jogodka OP small early cool tolerant Gary Handova
'Dwarf Beryl Beauty ' OP
Marmande (from POAJoan)
Moskovich / Moskvitch
'Trinidad Scorpion Red' Pepper - 1.4 M SHU
'7-Pot Jonah' - alleged 1 M SHU
'Bhut Jolokia' = 'Naga Ghost' - 850K SHU
7 Pot Red Mix
7 Pot Yellow
7 Pot Chocolate
'Thai Bird' Pepper > 30 K SHU
'Arbol de Chili' Pepper HOT 15K-30K
'Guam Boonie' - light green to orange to red
'Piquin' - "bird pepper" points up
'Peter Pepper' - "Penis Pepper" - twisted oblong
'Fish' Pepper - 5K-30K - late
'Cherry Bomb' Pepper 5K-30K - HYBRID