Plant and Seed Trading forum: Seeds and Plants for Trade

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Pennsylvania (Zone 6a)
Kassia
Jan 9, 2017 8:47 AM CST
My want list is big so if you are interested in any of my seeds send me a list of what you have for trade.
These are seeds I collected in 2016 from mostly heirloom, and organically grown plants.

Annuals: Many of these will reseed themselves
Amaranth ‘molten fire’ and ‘pigmy torch’ - heirloom
Calendula officinalis 'Porcupine' - heirloom
Celosia argentea var. plumosa / cock’s comb – red and yellow blooms
Cotton ‘Red Foliated’ (Gossypium hirsutum) - heirloom
Shungiku Edible Chrysanthemum - heirloom
Flax ‘grain flax’ - heirloom
Johnny Jump-up / viola - heirloom
Rocket Larkspur – may be light shades of blue, white, purple and pink,
French Marigold – Yellow, orange, red, heirloom
Poppy - pink and mauve, seeds can be used in cooking.
Portulaca / moss rose - double and single, mix colors
Scarlet Sage / salvia vista purple
Sunflower ‘mammoth grey striped’ - heirloom
Toothache plant - heirloom
Vinca / Madagascar periwinkle, mix colors
Zinnia – tall and dwarf, mix colors

Perennial herbs and flowers:
Annise Hyssop - heirloom
Balloon Flower – dwarf or tall, blue blooms
Black-eyed Susan / rudbeckia - heirloom
Blazing Star / Liatris – purple blooms
Blue hyssop, Hyssopus officinalis - heirloom
Broad leaf sage - heirloom
Candle bush (senna alata) – tropical shrub, heirloom
Columbine 'Dorothy Rose'– light pink double blooms
Dame’s rocket – heirloom, purple and/or white blooms
Rose of Sharon ‘blue bird’ or ‘blue satin’
Tansy - heirloom
Trailing soapwort – pink blooms
Siberian Wallflower – orange blooms
Wood Betony, Stachys officinalis – pink blooms
Wormwood

Edible’s:
Amaranth ‘molten fire’ - heirloom
Basil ‘Genovese’ - heirloom
Black turtle bean - heirloom
Black eyed peas - heirloom
Red chili bean - heirloom
Scarlet Runner bean - heirloom
Chia - heirloom
Cilantro - heirloom
Sweet corn ‘country gentleman’ - heirloom
Dill - heirloom
Flax ‘grain flax’ - heirloom
Fennel ‘bronze’ - heirloom
Garlic chives - heirloom
Ground cherry - heirloom
Pepper ‘Sweet Banana’ - heirloom
Cayenne pepper ‘long thin’ - heirloom
Halopenio pepper ‘fooled you’
Pepper ‘almapaprika’ - heirloom
Poppy, papaver somniferum - pink and mauve, seeds can be used in cooking
Pumpkin ‘Jack be little Squash’
Pumpkin ‘golden cushaw?’
Pumpkin ‘Sugar baby?’
Pumpkin ‘Sweet dumpling squash var. spark?’
Pumpkin ‘Tom fox or cargo?’
Tarahumara Popping Sorghum - heirloom
Squash ‘Butternut’ - heirloom
Squash ‘golden delicious’ (may have hybridized with another variety) - heirloom
Squash ‘Spaghetti’ (may have hybridized with another variety) - heirloom
Stevia ‘Sweetie Star’ - heirloom, my kids love eating the leaves off of these plants.
Tomato ‘pineapple’ (may have hybridized with another variety) - heirloom
Watermelon ‘moon and stars’ (may have hybridized with another variety) - heirloom
Wonderberry / sunberry - heirloom

Plants available this winter:
curly wurly rush, rosemary, starfish flower /carrion plant, snake plant and toothache plant.

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Name: Rick Corey
Everett WA 98204 (Zone 8a)
Sunset Zone 5. Koppen Csb. Eco 2f
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RickCorey
Jan 11, 2017 2:14 PM CST
Hi Kassia! Welcome to NGA.

I bet you could find a LOT of those in seed swaps, especially since many in your list don't list "just one rare cultivar".

The nice thing about swaps is that you can browse many people's offerings and select only and exactly those that you want.

Then you pay postage just twice, but send and receive up to hundreds of packets.

Great deal!

It's difficult to find more than one or two things to swap with any one person. Then it's paying the same amount of postage as swaps cost, to trade with just one person.

I love our seed swaps!
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Name: J Erb
philadelphia area,USA (Zone 7a)
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JErb
Jun 19, 2017 12:07 AM CST
any chance you still have ground cherry seeds to trade?
Zone 5 Iowa
carenjean
Jun 19, 2017 5:05 PM CST
What zone does the starfish plant need? Thanks
Arkansas z 7 (Zone 7a)
badalice79
Jun 19, 2017 6:57 PM CST
Sending you a tree mail!
Name: Lin
Florida Zone 9b, 10a

Region: United States of America Deer Region: Florida Charter ATP Member Million Pollinator Garden Challenge I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database!
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plantladylin
Jun 19, 2017 8:27 PM CST
Hopefully the original poster Kassia will see this but just a heads up in case you don't hear from her ... It appears this was her one and only post after joining the site on January 9th so she may not be around anymore to see this thread. Sad
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