DnD's ALL SEEDS SWAP (Int'l) #4: Seed Interest wants .

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Name: Jim D
East Central Indiana (Zone 5b)
Seed Starter Dragonflies Plant Lover: Loves 'em all! Frogs and Toads Garden Procrastinator Cottage Gardener
Birds Annuals Hummingbirder Region: Indiana Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Native Plants and Wildflowers
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jimard8
Jun 14, 2017 8:20 PM CST
This is the chat and say about what flower or Garden seeds you might like ,,

Wildflowers , Butterfly host plants , interesting vegetables , Are mine , No specific names from me ,
In the Butterfly garden if a plant is not chewed up I feel like a failure
Name: Elena
NYC (Zone 7a)
Daylilies Plant and/or Seed Trader Winter Sowing Hybridizer Peonies Vegetable Grower
Seed Starter Organic Gardener Composter Container Gardener Spiders! Celebrating Gardening: 2015
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bxncbx
Jun 14, 2017 8:59 PM CST
Any Spring plants that can be used to cover dying tulip & daffodil foliage.

I planted Godetia this year for that purpose and while they do the job they have yet to bloom.

In the past I had Collinsia, Bellis perennis & baby blue eyes for the same purpose. Collinsia did the best job but I'd like some other colors as options.

As for summer flowers: Phacelia viscida, Tropical Surf; Sweet Pea, Little Red Riding Hood; Hollyhock, Fiesta Time (dwarf variety) & Coreopsis grandiflora, Presto (dwarf variety). And since I seem to be thwarted at every turn trying to buy this-Marigold, Durango Bolero. A friend had this a couple of years ago and I fell in love with it. I collected the seed but all the plants were plain yellow.

I'm pretty sure I'm going to use Coral/salmon, red and orange as my color scheme next year. So any flowers that are those colors and under 2 ft would be great!

I'm starting to get more into alpine/rock garden plants so any of those would be nice.

Also always on the lookout for organic vegetable seeds.
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Name: Dnd
SE Michigan (Zone 6a)
Dog Lover Daylilies Organic Gardener Houseplants Celebrating Gardening: 2015 I helped beta test the first seed swap
Garden Ideas: Level 2
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DogsNDaylilies
Jun 15, 2017 8:00 AM CST
(Jim, you beat me to the punch! Big Grin )

Please post ONLY your wish list here in this thread, nothing else. Any and all other comments and conversation should go in other threads.

Only post your wish list ONCE and come back to edit/update it as needed.

Please adhere to these rules, I will be fairly strict about them so that members can quickly skim wish lists without having to wade through any conversation or extraneous information. Those things belong in other threads. If you have questions about someone's wish list, please contact them through Tree-Mail or tag them with your question in the 'Seed Discussion' thread.

Thank you! Smiling
Name: Dnd
SE Michigan (Zone 6a)
Dog Lover Daylilies Organic Gardener Houseplants Celebrating Gardening: 2015 I helped beta test the first seed swap
Garden Ideas: Level 2
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DogsNDaylilies
Jun 15, 2017 8:56 AM CST
My wishlist includes:

Fruit, Vegetables, and Herbs (organic varieties preferred)
Spinach
Bok Choi
Broccoli (I would love to have more of the Purple Peacock...but also looking for De Cicco, Diplomat, Belstar, Early Purple Sprouting, and/or Romanesco)
Onion
Green Bean
Hot Peppers (Fish, Uchu, and others...)
Melon (musk melon, canteloupe.....just not watermelon this year)
Cauliflower - unique varieties, such as ''Vernoica', or purple-colored like 'Graffiti'...
Lemon Verbena
Lemongrass
Lobelia


Flowers/Other
Clematis (white, deep red, and/or purple varieties, or any with a very unique look)
Ipomoea (purples and whites....Ronnie @Luvsgrtdanes , had such a great selection last time,!)
Daylily (seeds from parents with LOTS of buds and branches...strongly prefer seeds that are NOT likely to be pastels....I prefer deep reds and purples, vivid oranges, and near-whites)
Peony
Convolvulus tricolor ‘Blue Ensign’
Crocosmia masonorum
Dahlia coccinea ‘True Wild Form’
Datura discolor
Dianthus arenarius
Dianthus ‘Cheshire Cat’ “Perpetual Carnation”
Epiphyllum - especially Queen of the Night, but open to all...do these produce seeds?
Eryngium leavenworthii or tripartitum...or others?
Iris
Hosta
Heuchera
Hibiscus (Althea/Rose of Sharon, Midnight Marvel, Luna Red, Lord Baltimore, Mars Madness,
or other non-pink varieties....another seed swapper, @HornToad ,has an excellent collection and I'm hoping he might join and submit some seeds from his beauties!...I'd love to try the White Texas Star and Blue River II!)
Lobelia (white or blue variety)
Bleeding Hearts
Begonia 'Escargot'
Butterfly Bush (Buddleja) - any colors, but I'd particularly like the bluer varieties, like 'Ellen's Blue'
Buddleja Lindleyana
Candy Corn Plant (Cuphea micropetala) - not hardy here, but I'll take my chances...
Kniphofia linearifolia
Wooly Lavander - not hardy here, but I wonder if bringing it in for the winter will work?...maybe I could hybridize it with a hardier version to create a fuzzy, hardy plant? ;)
Lathyrus odoratus - particularly 'Blue shift', but open to others
Lavandula canariensis "Canary Island Lavender"
Pincushion Flower - red color...like Knautia macedonica
Primrose (Primula capitata ssp. mooreana)
Scabiosa atropurpurea 'Black'
Agastache foeniculum ‘Golden Jubilee’
Alstroemaria - I'd love one of the more unique colors, but I think I'm open to any
Eyebrow Grass (Bouteloua gracilis)


Edited to add:
Milkweeds and other plants important to butterflies (must be non-woody plants and have non-invasive tendencies and root systems that behave...I am thinking of planting a butterfly waystation over a septic field, so the plants have to be types that play nice with septic fields)

Milkweeds (native to MI) that m interested in:
Butterfly Weed, Asclepias tuberosa
Clasping milkweed, Asclepias amplexicaulis
Common milkweed, Asclepias syriaca
Green comet milkweed, Asclepias viridiflora
Oval-leaf milkweed, Asclepias ovalifolia
Poke milkweed, Asclepias exaltata
Prairie milkweed, Asclepias sullivantii
Purple milkweed, Asclepias purpurascens
Showy milkweed, Asclepias speciosa
Swamp milkweed, Asclepias incarnata
Tall green milkweed, Asclepias hirtella
Whorled milkweed, Asclepias verticillata

PawPaw
Peony
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Southeast OK (Zone 7b)
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KarenHolt
Jun 15, 2017 11:34 AM CST
I will definitely be updating. This is just a get you started list. I'm also not limited to specifics. Most of what I list, I can plant so color or variety may not be an issue. It's nice to have a choice.


Flowers:
African Daisy - Blue Disc
Alstroemeria - Koncajoli
Bellis Perennis - Goliath
- Habenero Mix
- Rose Ball
Carex - Snow Cap
Carnation - Grenadin Black King
Celosia - Dragon's Breath
- Crushed Berries
Cleome - Violet Queen
Cockscomb - Orange Peach
Coleus - Any besides rainbow
- Dr. Woo
Coneflower - Green Twister
- Cantaloupe Supreme
Dahlia - Species Mix
- Any
Dianthus - FIre Star
- Oscar Dark Red
- Red Beauty
- Sunflor Red Allure
Euphorbia - Snow on the Mountain
Foxglove - Strawberry, Apricot
Geraniums - Maverick Scarlet
- Maverick Orange
- Deep Scarlet Reds
- Appleblossom
- Pinto Premium Orange
Globe Amaranth - Sunset Mix
Hosta - Patriot
- Cool As A Cucumber
Impatiens - Reds, Purples
Marigold - Fireball
- Hot Pak series
- Safari Yellow Fire
- Zenith Lemon Yellow
- Zenith Yellow
Mignonette
Mimulus - Magic Red
Nasturtium - Canary
- Alaska Apricot
- Banana Split
- Empress of India
- Salmon Mousse
- Whirly Bird Mahogany Red
Nicotiana - Reds
Nigella - Deep BLue
Nigella hispanica
Pansy - Pretty much any (No johnny jump ups)
Pansy - Mariposa Peach Shades
Peony
Phlox - Any
Phlox - Promise Peach
Petunia - Any Grandifloras, millifloras
Pulmonaria - Any
Rudbeckia - Sahara
Salvia - Blue Queen
Snapdragon - Sonnet Crimson
- Madame Butterfly Bronze
- Potomac Orange, Red
Strawflower - Apricot Mix
Sunflower - Velvet Queen, Any
Vinca - Jams N Jellies
Zinnia - Any in the Dreamland Series
- Sunbow Mix
- Uproar Rose
- Lilliputs
- Profusion, Red
- Benary Giant: Deep Red, Any
- Cherry and Ivory Swizzle
- Mazurkia
- Magellan: Scarlet, Red, Coral, Any really
- Zahara: Red



Herbs:

Basil - Lime

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Name: J Erb
philadelphia area,USA (Zone 7a)
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JErb
Jun 20, 2017 9:11 PM CST
Peppers (capsicum). All and any variety I am not currently in possession of. I'm working on creating a frankenpepper "tree". I plan on grafting as many different types of capsicum I can get my hands on, onto 1 plant :)..starting after this grow season with the 30 or so varieties I am currently growing.
I am also looking for other vegetable herb fruit and flower seeds.
Thanks for having me! :)
Name: Elena
NYC (Zone 7a)
Daylilies Plant and/or Seed Trader Winter Sowing Hybridizer Peonies Vegetable Grower
Seed Starter Organic Gardener Composter Container Gardener Spiders! Celebrating Gardening: 2015
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bxncbx
Jun 21, 2017 7:09 AM CST
JErb, since we have a lot of time before the swap might I suggest you start a plant list? It would be under your profile so when someone clicks on your name it will show up. That way we could see what peppers you already have. You can also search the database and list any you would like to get. When you go to the specific plant in the database, scroll down and there should be a button asking to add this plant to your list. When you click on it you will have the option of saying you have it, had it or want it.

I'm thinking of growing a supposedly rare variety of pepper this year but since I haven't even planted the seeds yet (maybe this weekend?) I'm not sure I'll have seeds to share in the swap. I have no idea of the official name or even if the seeds are what I think they are. I never add anything to my list until I'm sure I haven't gotten the wrong plant (it has happened in the past even with commercial seed).

I look forward to hearing about your frankenpepper. If it works you should tell us how you did it. I've never grafted anything before so I'd be interested to know how you did it!
Southeast OK (Zone 7b)
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KarenHolt
Jun 21, 2017 7:22 AM CST
Oooh, great idea Elena. I never think about my plant list helping in the swaps. I need to do that myself. I have some things, but not really wants, lol. At least not alot of them.

Anywhoo... Jerb, I've read somewhere on the internet about grafting pepper bushes and so forth. You'll have to add pics at some point. But please do let us know what peppers you are looking for. Some we can just put up and maybe someone will want it. I grow alot of peppers for my family but nothing exotic. I've got their heat level where it needs to be so we tend to plant the same year after year. Not to mention the taste they like.

A list would be nice of the vegetables and flowers you would like. Alot of folks here add veggies, like Rick. He's a smorgasbord of veggies. Yay Rick! You have a kindred soul here now. Smiling I garden both veggies and flowers so I may have something you might want to plant. Have fun making us a list. :)
Name: J Erb
philadelphia area,USA (Zone 7a)
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JErb
Jun 21, 2017 9:16 AM CST
Cool cool. I'm not picky lol if it's edible, fun to experiment with, or brings pollinators, I'm with it haha. Grafting project will be fun. I grafted 2 branches last year from a cayennetta onto a jalapeno. They both took, and that propelled my desire to do a frankenpepper. Will pick the strongest plant of the year and repot it and use it for the base. I'm going to get better growlights to keep it growing overwinter indoors. I also plan on attempting to crossbreed some peppers this year, but with more novelty behind it like last year's grafting. If I get some to take, next year I might go bizerk crossbreeding peppers haha.
Name: Dnd
SE Michigan (Zone 6a)
Dog Lover Daylilies Organic Gardener Houseplants Celebrating Gardening: 2015 I helped beta test the first seed swap
Garden Ideas: Level 2
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DogsNDaylilies
Jun 21, 2017 10:33 AM CST
Hey guys, not to be a jerk, but please make sure your discussions are being held in the other thread so that people can quickly look at this thread for requests (only) and not have to wade through conversations. Thank you! (If I had the capability to move posts/discussions, I would do it for you!) :)
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Name: J Erb
philadelphia area,USA (Zone 7a)
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JErb
Jun 23, 2017 10:03 AM CST
WANTED ground cherry seeds ( asap lol) , any carnivorous seeds ( to play with )...ty ty :)
Name: Daniel Erdy
Catawba SC (Zone 7b)
Fruit Growers Permaculture Hybridizer Plant and/or Seed Trader Organic Gardener Daylilies
Region: South Carolina Garden Ideas: Level 2 Garden Photography Herbs Region: United States of America Composter
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ediblelandscapingsc
Jul 10, 2017 12:58 AM CST
I'm interested in tet daylily seeds, lilium seeds, and tree peony seeds. Thank You!
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Name: Julie
Seattle (Zone 8a)
Birds Hummingbirder Region: Pacific Northwest
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Joolie
Sep 5, 2017 11:08 PM CST
Wishlist so far:

Natives:
Red columbine (aquilegia formosa)
Showy milkweed (asclepias speciosa)
Yellow monkey-flower (mimulus guttatus)
Pink monkey-flower (mimulus lewisii)
Globe gilia (gilia capitata)
Harebell (campanula rotundifolia)
Smooth yellow violet (viola glabella)
Bleeding heart (dicentra formosa)
Twinflower (linnaea borealis)
Field chickweed (cerastium arvense)
Spring gold (lomatium utriculatum)
Coast penstemon (penstemon serrulatus)
Early-blue violet (viola adunca)
Evergreen violet (viola sempervirens)
Caltha cowslip/Marsh marigolds (Caltha palustrus)
Pearly everlasting (anaphalis margaritacea)
Mountain sneezeweed (helenium autumnale)
Slender clarkia (clarkia gracilis)
Selfheal (prunella vulgaris ssp. lanceolata)
Canada goldenrod (solidago canadensis)
Meadow checkermallow (sidalcea campestris)
Large-flowered collomia (collomia grandiflora)

Non natives:
Pink black-eyed susan vine
Dwarf cosmos "bright lights" (yellow)
Bergenia
Yellow climbing nasturtium
Hellebore/Lenten Rose
Lungwort
Bloodroot
Purple ironweed
White heliotrope
Dark blue/purple/indigo sage/salvia (annual)
Crocosmia (yes I know you usually plant corms, but seeds sound interesting if someone happened to collect some)
Solid-color pansies (no blotch) - white, yellow, purple, red, whatever, so long as it's solid
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okieheart
Sep 6, 2017 10:51 AM CST
My specific wishes so far:
All varieties of basil (except cinnamon)
Zinnia
Cosmos
Sunflower
Tomato (especially non red)
Pepper
Cotton

Easy to grow and kid friendly (I pass along a lot to schools starting community gardens, and sometimes the teachers are new to gardening themselves)
Name: Val
Near Boston, MA (Zone 6a)
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vma4922
Sep 11, 2017 5:49 AM CST
Hi All, Here's my WISH LIST :D
9/10/17 Revised

Alaskan Burnet (Sanguisorba menziesii)
Amaranth - Joseph’s Coat/Splendens or Perfecta
Antirrhinum (Perennial Snapdragon) - in pinks, reds, peaches, purple shades
Angelonia
Asters: Tall Paeony Duchess Apricot or Coral, Tall Pompom Blue, Needle Salmon or pink
Australian Bluebell (Wahlenbergia stricta)
Balloon flower: Astra Double Lavendar (have other colors)
Begonias: Rex Escargot, Gryphon, Illumination
Bellflower Bernice, Viking, Sarastro
Blue Butterfly Pea

Calendula Bronzed Beauty, Sunset Buff, Pink Surprise, Touch of Red, Solar Flashback, Radio, Oopsy Daisy, Orange King, Snow Princess, Apricot Twist, Frost Princess

Campanula/Superba Bellflower
Cape Daisy
Catmint (Nepata) - Pink only
Celosia Dragon’s Breath

Centaurea carina Caramia (Perennial Bachelor Buttons:) Any Lavendar/Violet, Dwarf JubileeGem

Coreopsis: Red, Pink, Melon/Oranges (No Yellows/Yellow combinations, already have several) including Rum Punch, Mango Punch, Cranberry Ice, Garnet, Little Penny, Pumpkin Pie, Strawberry Punch, Pink Lemonade, Tropical Lemonade, Desert Coral. Autum Blush, Cherry Lemonade, Desert Coral, Garnet, Pink Sapphire, Mahongany Midget

Coleus: Wizard Sunset,, Coral Sunrise, Lava Rose, Chocolate Covered Cherry, Coral Sunset

Cosmos Double Click Rose Bon Bon, Cranberry and/or Pinks, Cosmos Pink Pop Socks

Crimson/Red Clover
Dianthus Chianti, Victoriana, Loveliness, Superbus
Euphorbia Bonfire, Polychroma
Evening Primrose Sunset Blvd, Glowing Magenta
Foxglove Ruby Glow and/or Monstruosa
Geranium Multibloom Salmon
Gomphrena (Globe Amaranth) Orange, Lilac
Helenium - Hoopesii
Lewisa esp’lly Elise
Lobelia Vedrariensis (purple)
Lobelia Starship Rose (not scarlet red) -Perennials

Maltese Cross "Dawn Sky"
Nasturtiums
Pentas, Pink or Violet Graffitti (mix ok)
Polygonum (Persicaria affinis) Bistorta **

Poppies, including PomPoms, Harestrawm Mix 36", Fruit Punch, Pizzicato Mix, Oriental Melon Shades, Oriental Patty's Plum, Twister Calif. , Florist “Pepperbox”, Double Shirley Poppies, California Purple Gleam

Prunella, rose/pink
Purple Tails (Teucrium Hyracanicum)
Ptilotus Exaltatus Joey
Queen of the Prairie (Filipendula rubra)
Roseroot, Asian (Rhodiola Semenovii)

Rudbeckia: Prairie Sun, Ruby Ruby, Chimchiminee, Moroccan Sun or Sahara (only)

Sedum: Red or Bronze colored leaves
Savlia Wild Thing, Ultra Violet
Snow on the Mountain

Sunflower: Velvet Queen, Mrs. Mars, Elf, Bashful, Strawberry Blonde, Crimson Blaze, and Chianti

Torenia/Wishbone Flower: Blue, Purple, Pink
TriColor Chrysanthemums - Sunset
Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum) Variegated
Veronica Aztec Gold
Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia Verginica)
Woodruff, Blue
Zulu warrior

Tomato: Black Trifele,
Name: Leslie
Chapin, SC (Zone 7b)
Keeps Sheep Daylilies Hybridizer Garden Photography Cat Lover Hummingbirder
Birds Region: South Carolina Plant and/or Seed Trader Celebrating Gardening: 2015 Garden Ideas: Level 2 Avid Green Pages Reviewer
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Lalambchop1
Sep 12, 2017 8:55 AM CST
Updated 10/31/17

Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) Flowerburst Lilac Shades
Actaea racemosa (Black Snakeroot/Bugbane)
Actaea simplex
Agapanthus white Headbourne Hybrids
Alcea rosea (Hollyhock)
Alchemilla mollis (Lady's Mantle)
Allium - Ornamentals Purple Sensation Allium schubertii
Aloe polyphylla (Spiral Aloe)
Alyssum
Anchusa azurea (Wild Bugloss) "Alkanet"
Anemone Japanese Whirlwind
Anemonopsis (false anemone)
Angelica pachycarpa
Aquilegia (Columbine) Clementine Blue 'Biedermeier Mix'
Arctotis grandis (African Blue-eyed Daisy)
Arem italicum
Armeria (Sea Thrift)
Artemesia Silver Mound
Asarum canadense (Canadian Wild Ginger)
Asarum europaeum (European Wild Ginger)
Asclepias asperula (Antelope Horns)
Asclepias (Milkweed) purple
Asian Jasmine vines
Astilbe
Astrantia
Baptisia Lunar Eclipse
Bergenia
Brunnera (Bugloss)
Campanula Glomerata (Clustered Bellflower)
Campanula Persicifolia
Campanula punctata "Cherry Bells" (Bellflower)
Campanula sibirica  Siberian Bellflower 'Royal Wedding'
Ceanothus x pallidus 'Marie Simon'
Centaurea
Centranthus ruber (Red Valerian)
Cimicifuga racemosa (Black Cohosh) Hillside Black Beauty
Clarkia amoena:Mix
Cleome purple
Clethra alnifolia (Summersweet)
Coleus
Cordyalis
Cosmos
Cuphea (Firecracker Plant)
Cyclamen
Lamium (Dead Nettle)
Delphinium, esp. exaltum, grandiflorum, carolinianum
Deutzia: Yuki Cherry Blossom
Dianthus
Dicentra - Any
Digitalis (Foxglove)
Duranta Purple Ruffles
Echinacea White Swan Baby Swan White
English Bellflower
Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe' Joe Pye Weed
Euphorbia marginata (Snow on the Mountain)
Fan Flower
Ferns
Fleabane
Galena (Goat's Rue)
Gaultheria procumbens (Wintergreen)
Gaultheria shallon (Salal)
Geranium 'Cascade Sophie'
Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety' Cranesbill
Goat's Beard
Guara
Hardy Begonia
Hellobores
Heuchera
Impatiens
Impatiens balfourii (Poor Man's Orchid)
Iris
Joe Pye Weeds - esp. shorter ones
Joseph's Coat
Lavandula angustifolia 'Platinum Blonde'
Lavandula intermedia (Lavender) 'Phenomenal'
Lindelofia (Himalayan lungwort)
Lobelia
Lupinus polyphyllus 'Minarette'
Mahonia
Mimulus x aurantiacus
Pansies
Papaver somniferum (Poppy) 'Giganteum'
Penstemon
Penstemon digitalis
Pentas: pink, red
Peony - any
Periwinkle
Petunia - esp. trailing ones
Physostegia virginiana Obedient Plant
Pieris
Platycodon
Polemonium caeruleum Jacob's Ladder
Polygonatum
Primula vialii
Primula vulgaris (Primrose) Belarina Series
Hesperaloe parviflora (Red False Yucca)
Salvia Hotlips and lots of others
Sempervivum tectorum Hens and Chicks
Sempervivum: especially Rollers
Sidalcea
Stachys byzantina Helen Von Stein
Stachys - almost any
Thymus misc
Tiarella Pink Skyrocket' and lots of others
Tomato 'Kellogg's Breakfast'
Trollius Ledebourii
Vaccinium arboreum (Sparkleberry) white
Verbena - almost any
Verbena canadensis: Apple Blossom
Viburnum rhytidophylloides Red Balloon
Vinca
Violas
Vitex
Winter Aconite





Leslie

As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15
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Name: Kelli
Northern Nevada (Zone 6a)
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KelliW
Sep 20, 2017 11:37 AM CST
here's my wishlist!

agrostemma - white
anemone hupehensis - ALL
ipomoea nil - what do you have?
callicarpa japonica - japanese beautyberry
calendula - any in flashback series, snow princess, red devil, indian prince, apricot twist, kabloona, oopsy daisy, sunset buff, zeolights
china asters
cosmos - cupcake, xanthos, collarette, double click cranberry, chocolate
coreopsis - roulette, any pinks or oranges
columbine - magpie, pink barlow
crepis
geum - pinks and oranges
rudbeckia - chim chiminee, sahara, goldilocks
dara ammi, false queen annes lace
nicotiana - tinkerbell
zinnia - queen lime red, queen lime, any cactus flowered, persian carpet, zinderella peach
yarrow - terracotta
marigold - lemon gem (tenufolia)
dahlia - any
thunbergia alata - already have orange, any others
echinacea - any except common purple, especially doubles
scabiosa - only have pink mist
amaranth - chocolate
zulu warrior
california poppies - pinks, purples, doubles
oriental poppies - any except orange
sweet peas - specific varieties or colors
gomphrena - orange
iceland poppies - sherbert mix, giant peach
nigella damascena - white
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Name: Taqiyyah
Maryland (Zone 7a)
Container Gardener Bee Lover Region: Mid-Atlantic Vegetable Grower Seed Starter Salvias
Roses Plant and/or Seed Trader Winter Sowing Region: Maryland
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lovesblooms
Oct 25, 2017 5:55 PM CST
This is it for now:

ABUTILON
-BELLVUE
AGASTACHE
-Champagne
-Arizona Sun
-Ava
-Desert Sunrise
-Glowing Embers
-Acapulco
-Coronado
-Tango
-Arcado Pink
-Liquorice White
-Globetrotter
-any I don’t have (see my have list; I LOVE agastache--just a few seeds of any kind I don't have would make me very happy!)
ALONSOA Mask Flower
AMARANTH
-Golden Giant
-Orange Giant
-Giant Purple
-Aurora Yellow
ANGELICA
-stricta purpurea
-pachycarpa
ANCHUSA
-Alkanet
ANGELONIA, any
ARNICA montana
ASTER
-Opus
-Skyscraper
-September Ruby
-Climbing (A. carolinianus)
-Bonny Blue
AZTEC SWEET HERB
BASIL
-Finissimo Verde A Palla
-Pesta Perpetuo
-Marseilles
-Wild Magic
-Cardinal
-Osmin
-persian
BEGONIA
-Escargot
-foliosa var miniata (fuchsia flowering)
-Little Brother Montgomery
BLUE PIMPERNEL (Anagallis monelli)
CALCEOLARIA mexicana
CALENDULA
-Solar Flashback,
-Bronzed Beauty
-Radio
-indian prince
-Oopsy Daisy
-Orange King
-Snow Princess
CALIBRACHOAS, any
CANARY CREEPER
FUCHSIA
-capensis
-arborensis

CARROTS,
Sugarsnax
Solar Yellow
Mokum
CATMINT
Grandview
Greek (Nepeta parnassica)
CELOSIA
-Cramer's Lemon Lime,
-Tornado Red
-Bombay
CHINESE FOXGLOVE (Rehmannia)
CHINESE HOUSES (Collinsia)
COBAEA scandens (cup and saucer vine)
COLEUS
-Chocolate Mint,
-Fairway Yellow,
-Wizard Golden,
-Wizard Jade,
-Wizard Sunset
-Chocolate Covered Cherry
-Premium Sun Pineapple Surprise
-Wizard Scarlet
-Superfine Rainbow Color Pride
-Superfine Rainbow Volcano
-Fairway Ruby
-Chocolate Splash
-Superfine Rainbow Red Velvet
-Versa Crimson Gold
-Versa Rose to Lime
-Fairway Red Velvet
-Versa Lme
COREOPSIS
-Sweet Dreams,
-Roulette
-Tiger Stripes
-Mahogany
CORIANDER
COSMOS
-Yellow Garden
-Xanthos
-Cosimo Collarette
-Sonata
-Double Click
COYOTE MINT
CREEPING RASPBERRY (Rubus calycinoides)
CREPIS Rubra Pink
CYMBALARIA Ivy-Leaved Toadflax
DAHLIA
-coccinea True Wild Form
-coccinea palmeri
-coccinea Orange Hybrids
-coccinea Lemon Blush
-Twynings After 8
-Bishop's Children
-Softie
DELPHINIUM
-New Millennium or other New Zealand varieties
-cardinale "Scarlet Larkspur"
DIANTHUS
-any caryophyllus (carnations)
DIASCIA, any other than white
DICHONDRA Silver Falls
EGGPLANT
-Pingtung
-Rosa Bianca
-Rotonda Bianca Sfumata
-thai long green
-Melanzane Rosso Di Rotonda
-Malaysian Dark Red
-Mitoyo
-Korean Red
-Japanese Millionaire
ERIOGONUM
-grande var rubescens (red buckwheat)
-nudum Ella Nelson's Yellow
-fasciculatum foliolosum
-umbellatum polyanthum Shasta Sulfur
EUPHORBIA marginata
FEVERFEW
Virgo
-parthenium aureum (golden)
GAILLARDIA
-Amber wheels
GERANIUM
-any ivy leaf
HEUCHERA
-Neptune,
-Marmalade,
-Blackout,
-Electric Lime,
-White Cloud,
-any red/purple/pink/orange colored ones (I know these aren't supposed to come true--but mine always have!)
HOLLYHOCKS
-first-year flowering from seed
-fig-leaved (Happy Lights)
-Queeny
IMPATIENS
-walleriana
-sodenii
-balfourii
-any solids
IRESINE Purple Lady
JACOB'S LADDER
-White Pearl
-Blue Pearl
JUPITERS BEARD
KALE
-Dazzling Blue
-Redbor
-Black Magic
-Lacinato Rainbow
KISS ME OVER THE GARDEN GATE
KOHLRABI, any
LADY'S MANTLE Thriller
LAMPRANTHUS Pink Kabloom
LANTANA
-montevidensis
LAVENDER
-fernleaf
-White Ice
-any named other than Munstead or Hidcote
LINARIA triornithophora (Three Birds Flying)
LOBELIA fulgida 'Queen Victoria'
MARIGOLD
-tenuifolia (signet)
-Villandry
-Spun Gold
-Spun Orange
MAURANDYA
-Joan Lorraine
-Sky Blue
MEADOW RUE (Thalictrum rochebrunianum)
MILLET
-Purple Majesty
MORINGA, dwarf
NASTURTIUM
-any climbing
ONIONS, bunching only
PANSIES
-any solids or named mixes relatively heat tolerant/long blooming,
-trailing like Freefall or Cool Wave
PASSIFLORA
-sanguinolenta
PATRINIA scabiosifolia "Golden Lace"
PEA
hypertendril types
PELARGONIUM, any named
PENSTEMON
-Blackbird
PEPPER
-Creme Brulee
-sweet reds
-bells
PETUNIA
-Shock Wave,
-Easy Wave,
-Tidal Wave,
-Trilogy,
-Double Cascade,
-Ramblin,
-Surfinia
-Opera Supreme
PATCHOULI (Pogostemon cablin)
PENSTEMON
-mexicali
PHLOMIS
-fruticosa
-russeliana
PITCHER PLANT Sarracenia
PURPLE BELL VINE
ROCK CRESS
ROSE
-Angel Wings
ROSE CAMPION
-alba
-Angels blush
ROSEMARY
-Blue Boy
-Taylor's Blue
RUDBECKIA
-Autumn Colors
-Chim chiminee
-triloba red sport
-Solar Eclipse
-Maya
-Ruby Ruby
SALVIA
-officinalis purpurea (purple culinary)
-Limelight,
-Strata,
-Snow Nymph
-Pink Sunday
-Blue Monday
-leucophylla
-barrelieri
-candelabrum
-cacaliifolia (Guatemalan Leaf)
-gesneriiflora Tequila
-flocculosa
-darcyi
-involucrata (Rosebud)
-Dara's Choice
-Phyllis Fancy
-Big Swing
-groundcover sages (that spread)
SANTA BARBARA DAISY
SCABIOSA
-caucasica "perfecta alba"
SENECIO cineraria 'Silver Dust'
SIDALCEA, any
SILENE asterias
SNAPDRAGONS, solids only
-Antirhinum braun-blanquettii (perennial snapdragon) Lemon Sherbet
-Twinny
-Bronze Dragon
-Chantilly
-Sonnet
SNOW IN SUMMER Cerastium candidissimum
SOAPWORT Bouncing Bet
STATICE
-German (Limonium dumosa)
-Sea Lavender
-Limonium gmelinii Siberian
Strawflower
-Silver Mist
-White Carpet
-any silver bush types
SUMMER SQUASH
-Costata Romanesco
WINTER SQUASH
-Chiriman
-Futsu kurokawa
-Tetsukabuto
-Greek sweet red
-Kogigu
-Long of naples
-Menina Rajada Seca
-Musqee de maroque
-Noob taub
-Canadian long neck pumpkin
-Quaker pie pumpkin
-Seminole pumpkin
-Choctaw sweet potato
-Sucrine du berry
-Tahitian melon
-Yuxijiangbinggua
-Fairy
-any moschata types
SUNFLOWER
-Kong
-Giant gray stripe
-Ikarus
-Sunspot
-Giant White Seeded
-Shock-O-Lat
-Apricot Daisy
-Claret
SWISS CHARD
Prima Rossa
Cardinal
TOMATO,
-Cluster Grande
-Chef's Choice Orange
-White Tomesol
-Moonglow
-Striped Roman
-Vorlon
-Berkeley Tie Dye Heart
-Domaca Roza
-Black and Brown Boar
-Green moldovan
-Zapotec Pleated
-Pink Boar
-Pink Honey
-Royal Hillbilly
-Beduin
-Paul Robeson
-Green Pineapple
-Dr. Wyche's Yellow
-Lucid Gem
-Orange Banana
-German Johnson
-German Pink
-Hungarian Heart
-Giant Belgium
-Cherry Falls
-Ildi
-your sweetest cherry
-your most productive paste (other than Roma or Opalka)
Trachelium caeruleum
VANILLA GRASS
VERBASCUM
-bombyciferum Arctic Summer,
-Cotswold King,
-Southern Charm
-Katie's Candles
-phoenicium
VERBENA
-bonariensis
-Lollipop
-lilacina (de la Mina)
VISCARIA
-oculata
YERBA BUENA (Satureja douglasii)
ZINNIA
-Crystal,
-Dreamland,
-Magellan,
-Oriole
-Queen Lime Red Heart
-Aztec Burgundy
-Aztec Red

Name: TheHare
Tucson AZ,
Impatien's is a virtue!
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TheHare
Oct 28, 2017 4:05 PM CST
Hi everyone. My list is simple right now. I do not know how much space I will have when i get moved in the spring, so I will settle for what I know I will make space for.

Wishes:
Tomato: Sun Gold, Mr Stripey, German Johnson
Onions: Kelsey
Mint: Any types, Chocolate, pineapple, willing to try any
Garlic
Rhubarb
Strawberry
Amaryllis
Impatiens

Christine
*Blush* Thank you for looking
Name: Kelli
Northern Nevada (Zone 6a)
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KelliW
Oct 31, 2017 5:26 PM CST
Someone add some green daylilies! Sticking tongue out

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