DnD's ALL SEEDS SWAP #5: Lists of Desired Seeds for Each Member

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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
Nov 17, 2017 6:33 PM CST
Hello! This is the place to post your wish lists of seeds you would love to see offered in this swap. [In order to prevent confusion with the actual swap wishlists (which have star ratings), I chose not to label this thread 'wish lists.'] Many times members have more seeds available than they initially offer and are happy to harvest something they have if/when they see that another member wants it, so don't be shy about stating what it is that you would like to see offered in the swaps. If someone has it, chances are they will make a point of offering it if they see you would like it!

Please ONLY post your wish list here. Any and all other comments and conversation should go in other threads.

Also, please 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.
Name: Sue
SF Bay Area, CA (Zone 9b)
Container Gardener Canning and food preservation Dog Lover
Dec 15, 2017 3:10 AM CST
Hi, I'm new here and so excited to find you all.

I just have a tiny balcony nowadays, but, I'd like:

any small/tiny flower bulbs, especially heirlooms - like grape hyacinths, (Muscari armeniacum), crocus, snowdrops (Galanthus), freesias.

Name: Jenn
New Hampshire (Zone 4b)
Plant and/or Seed Trader Organic Gardener Winter Sowing Dog Lover Lover of wildlife (Raccoon badge) Hummingbirder
Birds Dragonflies Butterflies
Jan 7, 2018 4:33 PM CST
This is essentially the same list I posted for the January Lightning Round, but I will update throughout the year to keep it current. The blank spaces are to better separate the items which run into multiple lines.

Abutilon: Apricot; Challo; Coral Earrings; Ines; 'Lil' Pink; Mango Cheesecake; Maui Punch; Mobile Pink; Orange Hot Lava; Pablo's Tangelo; Paisley; Pink Parasol; Sunset; Tiger Eye; Tropic Rose; Twister; Victor Reiter; Watermelon Candy

Agastache: Apache Sunset; Coronado; Raspberry Daiquiri; Rosie Posie Anise; Sunset Hyssop; Tango
Alpine Strawberry: Regina
Aster: Bluebird
Astilbe: any vibrant pinks or reds
Bachelor's Buttons: Black Ball; Florist Blue Boy
Balloon Flower: Astra Double Blue; Astra Double White
Bee Balm: Cherry Pops; Grape Gumball
Blackberry: Polar Berry
Butterfly Bush: Bicolor
Butterscotch Melon: Serenade (F1, commercial only please)
Calendula: Bronzed Beauty; Flashback Mix; Pacific Beauty Mix; Triangle Flashback
Chocolate Vine: Silver Bells

Columbine: Clementine Salmon-Rose; Clementine White; Crimson Star; Dwarf White; Eastern/American Red; Origami Red and White; Origami White; Ruby Port; Spring Magic Navy and White; Songbird Nightingale; Swan Pink Yellow; Tequila Sunrise

Coneflower: Rainbow Marcela

Coral Bells: Amethyst Myst; Black Pearl; Cherry Cola Soda; Cherry Sorbet; Fire Alarm; Frosted Violet; Marmalade; Midnight Bayou; Midnight Rose; Peach Crisp; Pear Crisp: Redstone Falls; Rio; Shanghai; Wild Rose

Coreopsis: Mercury Rising
Cornflower: The Bride

Cosmos: Candy Stripe; Capriola; Chocolate; Coimo Collarette; Daydream; Picotee; Pink Pop Socks; Purity; Rubinato; Sweet Sixteen; Sonata Purple Shades; Velouette; Versailles Flush; Versailles Red; White Pop Socks

Crape Myrtle: Flemming Filligree
Cuphea: Sriracha Rose; Sriracha Violet
Dahlia: Black Beauty; Scura; Sunny Reggae; any Harlequin; any Figaro

Daylily: Abluted Pink; Apple Tart; Bright Sunset; Broadway Magic; Cherry Cheeks; Ferengi Gold; Fooled Me; Ilonka; Indian Giver; Iona Pink Promise; Karen Sue; Lady Lucille; Myth and Magic; Night Embers; Olympic Gold; Orange Velvet; Out of the Blue; Ram; Raspberry Lehi; Real Wind; Red Volunteer; Rose Swan; Rosy Scenario; Royal Butterfly; Royal Frosting; Savannah Debutante; Scarlet Romance; Siloam Double Classic; Spotted Fever; Startle; Storm Chaser; Super Coral; Susan Weber; Sweet Summer Heat; Wild One; Wineberry Candy; Yasmin

Dianthus: Burgandy Blush; Cottage Perfume; Early Bird Sherbet; Fire Star; Raspberry Swirl; Siberian Blues; Starburst

Dogwood: Red Twig
Echinacea: Eccentric; Glowing Dream; Kismet Raspberry; Sombrero Hot Coral; Supreme Flamingo
Foamflower: Sugar and Spice
Four O'Clocks: Salmon Sunset
Fringed Gentian
Fritillaria: Mixed Checkered

Gaillardia: Apricot; Burgunder; Burgundy; Celebration; Grape Sensation; Oranges & Lemons; Punch Bowl; Quiet Corner; Razzle Dazzle; Red Plume; Sunburst; Sunset Flash; Tizzy; Torch Yellow; Yellow Trumpet

Ginseng: American; English
Geranium: Maverick Orange
Geranium himalayense 'Birch Double'; any vibrant colors
Geranium - Cranesbill: sanguineum Striatum; Elke; Blushing Turtle; Jolly Jewel Salmon
Gerbera Daisy: any vibrant colors
Geum: Borisii
Gilia Globe
Gladiolus Illyricus
Goji Berry: Black
Gomphrena: Fireworks; Audray Purple Red
Gooseberry: Jahns Prairie
Great St. John's Wart
Guomi: Sweet Scarlet
Hardy Gloxinia

Heucherella: Buttered Rum; Copper Cascade; Day Glow Pink; Honey Rose; Pumpkin Spice; Sweet Tea Foamy Bells

Holly: Berry Heavy Winterberry; Blue Princess
Hollyhock: Carmine Rose; Carnival Rosy Red
Honeysuckle: Fragrant Cloud
Hops: Nugget
Hydrangea (Oak Leaf): Ruby Slippers
Hydrangea: Star Gazer; Vanilla Strawberry
Iceplant: Delosperma Fire Spinner
Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate: Cerise Pearls
Lewisia: Rainbow Mix
Marigold: French Brocade
Mask Flower: Salmon Beauty
Melon: Early Siverline
Miracle Berry
Morning Glory: Gray Fog
Mountain Laurel: Sarah
Nigella: Exotica
Penstemon: Cha Cha Cerry; Rocky Mountain
Peony: Bartzella; Primevere; Sorbet
Persian Cornflower
Petunia: Opera Supreme Raspberry Ice
Polka Weigela
Prairie Coreopsis
Primula: Orchid Primrose
Purple Berkheya
Pyrethrum: Robinson's Mix
Raspberry: Canby; Double Gold; Joan J; Mammoth Red; Prelude
Red Birds in a Tree
Rhubarb: Chipman's Canada Red; Crimson Red
Salpiglossis: Grandifloria Mix
Salvia: Canary Island Sage; Vista Purple
Saxifraga fortunei: Sugar Plum Fairy
Scabiosa Rumelica: Red Cherries/Red Knight
Scabiosa: Black Knight
Scarlet Catchfly: Fire Pink
Shirley Poppy: American Legion
Snapdragon: Tequila Sunrise; Twinny Bronze Shades; Twinny Violet; Twinny Yellow Shades
Statice: Blue River
Sweet Pea: Azureus Blue; Elegance Watermelon; Mumsie; Roger Parsons
Sweet Pepper: Friggitello
Tithonia: Torch Sunflower

Tomato: Cour Di Bue; First in the Field; Golden Sunrise; Greenwich; Grub's Mystery; Hartmanns Yellow Gooseberry; Honey Bubble Champagne Currant; Pork Chop; Red Velvet; Reise; Slovenian Black; Tom Lewis's Long Keeper; Tonadose de Conores

Windflower: Mona Lisa Wine White Bi-color
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Name: Diana
Southeast Missouri (Zone 6a)
Region: Missouri Enjoys or suffers hot summers Dog Lover Cat Lover Hibiscus Daylilies
Irises Vegetable Grower Canning and food preservation Plant Lover: Loves 'em all! Enjoys or suffers cold winters
Jan 10, 2018 4:52 PM CST
Jenn, even though I only have 14 varieties of daylilies, I just happen to have 3 of the ones on your list. Are you looking for open pollinated, self-pollinated, or specific crosses? What I have that is on your list is Red Volunteer, Orange Velvet and Fooled Me.
Name: Val
Near Boston, MA (Zone 6a)
Mar 6, 2018 8:39 AM CST
@zuni, this swap is for seeds only (no bulbs)...are there any seeds you're wising for?
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
Mar 6, 2018 3:21 PM CST
Hello, everyone! Please turn your seed discussions (even if they are about desire seeds) to the other chat threads in the swap. That way, we can keep this thread exclusively to the lists, making it easier for people to see the lists and so we don't have anyone's list buried between discussions. Thanks for understanding, everyone!
Name: Tamara
Fresno County, California (Zone 9b)
Mar 16, 2018 11:51 PM CST
Agapanthus - purple
Blue Fescue
Cactus - all types
Celosia - fan type
Chrysanthemums - NOT daisy type
Clematis - purple, white, blue
Corylus avellana 'Contorta' - "Harry Lauders Walking Stick" (contorted Filbert)
Curly Willow
Dahlia - dinner plate
Dutch Iris
Gerbera Daisy
Hen and Chicks
Japanese Iris
Japanese Maple
Living Stone
Pelargonium 'Millfield Rose'
Silver Dollar Eucalyptus
Vanilla plantifolia

Armenian basil
Armenian bell peppers -long & short
Bay Laurel
Bergamot/ Bee Balm
Brussels Sprouts
Eightball Squash
French Tarragon
Kale - "Walking Stick"
Lemon tree - Ponderosa, Lisbon
Mexican oregano
Onions - Fresno Reds
Thyme - any
Thyme - Za'atar Farsi"
Tomato - grape
Tomato - 'Mexico Midget'

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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
Mar 22, 2018 6:05 PM CST
I have won so many I can't believe I still have a wish list but I keep discovering new plants!

Bradbury's Monarda (Monarda bradburiana)
Bush's Coneflower (Echinacea paradoxa)
Hairy Mountain Mint (Pycnanthemum verticillatum var. pilosum)
Poke Milkweed (Asclepias exaltata)
Prairie Dropseed (Sporobolous heterolepis)
Shrubby St. Johns Wort (Hypericum prolificum)
Wild Bergamot (Monarda fistula)
Wild Blue Phlox (Phlox divaricata)
Wild Indigo (Baptisia) - anything besides blue
Wild Leek (Allium tricoccum)

As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15
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California (Zone 9b)
Region: California Enjoys or suffers hot summers Heirlooms
Jun 12, 2018 6:31 PM CST


Nasturtium - Jewel Peach Melba, Moonlight


Cosmos - Rosetta, Rubenza, Xanthos, Cosimo Collarette

California Poppy - Purple Gleam, Rainbow Mix

Abutilon - Bellevue Mix

Tomato - any dwarf variety, Black Cherry, Isis Candy, Minibel, Berkeley Tie Dye Green, Black Beauty, Black Krim

Calendula - Indian Prince, Fiesta Gitana, Orange King, Pink Surprise, Radio, Snow Princess, Solar Flashback Mix, colors besides orange and yellow

Marigold - Brocade Mix, Eskimo, Spun Orange

Basil - Lettuce Leaf, Lime



Ginger Lily

Rose of Sharon - Blue Chiffon, Danica, any doubles, white

Neem tree


Zinnia - dwarf varieties

Canna lilies

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Name: Sandy
Tennessee (Zone 6b)
Region: Tennessee Birds Annuals Garden Photography
Jul 15, 2018 2:04 PM CST
Here's some of what I'd love to find at the plant swap. I haven't listed many specific varieties because, for most plants, I'm okay with a mixed variety. So, if you have unidentified mixes of things, I'd be happy to have them. I like surprises :-)

Mexican Bush Sage (Salvia Leucantha)
Hyacinth Bean Vine
Eryngium (sea holly)
Spotted Beebalm (Monarda punctata)
Yarrow - Moonshine yellow
Dianthus (the short "pinks" types)
Moss Rose
Celosia (Wheat Straw Types)
Globe Amaranth
Four O Clocks
Dusty Miller
Hollyhocks (single flowered cottage types)
Lambs Ears
Money Plant
Anise Hyssop
Cardinal Flower
Hens and Chicks
+Any woodland things that might do well in eastern Tennesse

(I received some hydrangea seeds in last year's swap and was surprised at easily they grew, so I'd like to try more of this type of plant!)

"People from a planet without flowers would think we must be mad with joy the whole time to have such things about us." ~ Iris Murdoch
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Name: Patricia
Goldthwaite, TX (Zone 8a)
Charter ATP Member Region: Texas Cat Lover Dog Lover Keeps Horses Raises cows
Vegetable Grower Irises Daylilies Roses Hummingbirder Birds
Jul 20, 2018 2:31 PM CST
I'll be adding to this list between now and the swap!

Yellow Butterfly Vine (Callaeum macropterum)
Chinese Pistache (Pistacia chinensis)
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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
Aug 23, 2018 9:06 PM CST
I just realized that I haven't posted my wish list! I usually do that right after starting the thread, but I guess I must not have been sure what I wanted when I posted. I'm still not. Hilarious! Updates to this post/list will likely happen right up to the week of the swap, but here are some that I know I'm looking for:

Cucumber - 'Dragon's Egg, 'Gagon'
Bell Peppers - Purple and orange varieties preferred;
Hot Peppers - 'Peter Peppers' (any color), 'Fish' pepper
Carrots - purple or red varieties, in particular

Flowers and leafy ornamentals:
Statice - 'Midnight Blue', 'Seeker Blue', or maybe even a white variety
Zinnias - 'California Giant', 'Zinderella White', 'Zinderella Red', 'Zwizzle Cherry' and 'Ivory',
'Benary's Giant Wine', 'Oriole',

Hosta (maybe)
Centaurea - "Classic Magic"
Gomphrena - "Audray White", "Strawberry Fields"
Scabiosa - "Merlot Red"
Rose of Sharon - seeds from very blue Rose of Sharons, only (such as "Blue Bird", "Azurri Blue Satin", "Blue Chiffon"....)

Desert Bluebells (Phacelia camanularia)

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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
Sep 3, 2018 1:08 PM CST
Seeds from plants that are native to New York. Especially looking for the following:

Carex platyphylla
Carex pensylvanica
Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger)
Waldostenia fragarioides (Appalachian Barren Strawberry)
Polystichum acrostichoides
Viburnum acerifolium
Rubus odoratus
Lonicera sempervirens
Lonicera dioica
Symphytotrichum laeve (Smooth Blue Aster)

Dwarf varieties (under 2 feet tall & a 1 foot spread) as I have very limited space. I'm thinking my color scheme for next year will be blue/purple/pink or white so flowers in those colors would be great!
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Name: Diana
Southeast Missouri (Zone 6a)
Region: Missouri Enjoys or suffers hot summers Dog Lover Cat Lover Hibiscus Daylilies
Irises Vegetable Grower Canning and food preservation Plant Lover: Loves 'em all! Enjoys or suffers cold winters
Sep 3, 2018 2:44 PM CST
Fancy morning glories.
Unusual varieties of sweet peppers.
Cardinal vines and other climbers.
Sweet peas.
Creeping Phlox.

Sep 3, 2018 9:46 PM CST
Tomatoes, especially colors other than red
Carrots, especially non orange ones
Cucumber, any
Squash, any
Okra, any

Basil, all kinds
Medicinal herbs
Edible herbs

Cosmos (have plenty of orange)
Salvias - any
Ornamental grasses
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 Seller of Garden Stuff
Sep 5, 2018 4:49 PM CST
Cannas seeds
'Be Mine'
'Blueberry Sparkler'
'Parkridge Peach'
'Thai Rainbow'
(Canna x generalis 'Australia')
(Canna x generalis 'Chesapeake')
(Canna x generalis 'Florence Vaughan')
(Canna x generalis 'Maui Punch')
(Canna x generalis 'Picasso')
(Canna x generalis 'Pringle Bay')
(Canna x generalis 'Wyoming')
(Canna x generalis 'Shenandoah')

Tet Daylily seeds

Hardy Hibiscus seeds from the Summer Spice series or summerific series

Tree peony seeds

White nanking cherry seeds

Livermore walnut seeds

Red leaf hazelnut seeds

Hybrid Camellia (Camellia 'Night Rider') seeds

Elaeagnus latifolia seeds

Crataegus orientalis subsp. orientalis seeds

Rhapidophyllum hystrix seeds

Sonatini Amaryllis seeds
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Name: Colleen
Edgewood, NM (Zone 5b)
Live Long & Prosper.
Sep 9, 2018 1:42 AM CST
Well, here's my list for now but may possibly change in the near future. 😂
Brugmansia - Any
For get me not
Snap dragons
Morning glories - any
Mexican petunias
California poppy
Rose of Sharon - any
Sage - any
Dianthus - any
Columbine - any
Heuchera - any
Hollyhocks - doubles
Lambs ears
Zinnias - any
Anise hysop
Hydrangeas - any
I tip my hat to you.
Happy Gardening :-)
Name: Val
Near Boston, MA (Zone 6a)
Sep 10, 2018 4:56 AM CST

Aster Gremlin double mix
Aster Color Carpet - any color or a mix
Aster Milady - any color except red
Aster Needle - any color
Aster Pompon - any color, including Hi-No-Maru Mix
Aster Seastar - any color
Aster Semi Dwarf Jewelaster Carmine, Purple, or Rose
Aster Salmon Red

Begonia - Funky Pink, GoGo, and Illumination varieties
Black Eye Susan VINE, esp'lly Blushing Susie variety
Calendula: Sunset Buff, Oopsy Daisy, Orange King, Snow Princess, Dawn Apricot,

Cape Daisy/ Zulu Daisy
Celosia Dragons Breath
Centaurea - Perennial: Amethyst Dream, Amethyst in Snow, Perennial Butterfly

Coreopsis - any that dont have yellow in color (reds, pink, salmon/oranges,etc) including Red River Valley
Crocosmia Orange Pekoe (no others)
Dutchmen's Breeches (Dicentra cucullaria)

Evening Primrose Sunset Blvd, Glowing Magenta
Flowering Kale Sunset only
Flowering Kale Sunrise only
Foxglove Ruby Glow or Monostruosa

Geranium Cinereum "Thumping Heart"
Gloriosa Daisy Double Gold
Hardy Geraniums
Lavatera Arborea var Variegata (Malva eriocalyx)-Variegated only
Lewisia Elise, Sunset Strain or Rainbow
Licilla Azure or Peach (False Snapdragon)

Lisianthus Lizzy Mix
Lobelia (Perennial) 'Felicia Jollygoodfellow'
Lobelia (Perennial) any pink/rose or peach/salmon or purple variety (ie Starship Rose, Salmon)
Maltese Cross Dawn Sky
Morning Glory: Red Picotte or Kikyozaki ONLY, and Chocolate Morning GLory

Nasturtiums Orchid Flame, Black Velvet, Alaska Red Shades, Orchid Cream, Troika Red, Lady Bird Cream, Out of Africa, Tip Top Apricot, Salmon Baby, Whirleybird Double mix, Mahogany Gleam, Indian Chief

Nemophila Penny Black
Pansy Magnum Pink Shades, Cool Wave Pastel Mix, Cool Waves Berry & Cream Mix,
Petunia: Purple Pirouette, Park's All Double Petunia Mix Seeds, Wave Petunias
Phlox (annual): Cherry Caramel, Sugar Stars
Plumbago, Cape (Plumbago auriculata)

Poppies, Oriental including Fruit Punch, Pizzicato, Haremstraum, Royal Wedding, Cherry Glow Breadseed, Giant Double Peony Candy Floss or Mix, Black Swan, Drama Queen, Coral Reef, "They Giant", Violetta Blush,

Primrose (common spring blooming for Z6)-not evening primrose incuding Primula Beesiana, Crescendo, Danover, Victorian Lace and Pubescens

Ptilotus (Joey Lambs Tail)

Rudbeckia Varieties with full (not single) blooms: Ruby Ruby, Moroccan Sun, Cherokee Sunset -- and Green Wizard
Shasta Daisies: any LIGHT or Butter yellow ie Banana Cream ONLY:, Gold Rush, Goldfinch, Real Dream

Snadragon: Licilia Azure False Snapdragon Seeds, Licilia Peach False Snapdragon
Salvia Summer Jewel Lavender

Sunflowers: Elf,Bashful, Crimson Blaze, Firecatcher, Apricot Twist, Cherry Rose, Lemon Eclair, Floristan, Starburst Blaze

Sunrise Lupine (Lupinus hartwegii)
Torenia/Wishbone flower Kauai mix and/or Blue & White or Purple and White

Variegated foliage- any perennial/annual with
Verbascum Southern Charm
Veronica Aztec Gold

Viola: Honeybee, Any Sorbet (incl. mix), Viola Pedata (Bird's Foot Violets)
Xanthos Cosmos Seeds

Zinnias: Benary Giant Salmon Rose, Mazurkia, Hidden Dragon, Burpeeana Giants, Color Crackle, Super Cactus Lilac Emporer, Illumination, Sombrero
Zulu Purple Berkheya

Patio Baby Eggplant
Name: Julie
Seattle (Zone 8a)
Birds Hummingbirder Region: Pacific Northwest
Sep 17, 2018 12:50 PM CST
My list so far! Lovey dubby

Sidalcea 'Elsie Heugh'
Very old/wild heirloom petunias (no hybrids)
Coneflower, yellow
Coreopsis, yellow or white
Gaillardia, yellow
Are there white gaillardia? If so, I want them! :D
Celosia, purple (purple flamingo, deep purple, dark purple - the kind that looks like little foofy cones, not the fan/brain shaped ones or the spray of grains type)
Rose mallow, white
Lupine, white or yellow (sadly, not the yellow tree lupine, it's invasive here)
Liatris (gayfeather)
Morning glory, Grandpa Ott
Morning glory, purple, yellow or white
Perennial purple or white vining flowers
Part-shade tolerant flowering vines
Gilia tri-color (white/purple)
Ruellia, white
Climbing hydrangea
Snapdragons, single colors (not mix)
Alfalfa (for cover crop use)
Dichondra Repens
Viola glabella (stream Violet, yellow)
Mimulus guttatus, mimulus lewisii
Red or evergreen huckleberry
Very miniature fruit/veg that might work with an Aerogarden
Any part sun fruit/berry
Nemesia, white
Delphinium, white
Candy tuft, SINGLE color, not mix, evergreen candytuft
Rock cress, purple or white

Pardon the ones with a goal, not a seed, I'll come back later with names once my brain starts working again! Hilarious!
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Name: Kelli
Northern Nevada (Zone 6a)
Morning Glories Organic Gardener
Sep 21, 2018 8:06 PM CST
this will probably get more specific in the coming weeks as we get alittle closer!

daylilies! (love spider type)
blue didiscus
snapdragons (prefer taller varieties)
scabiosa (fata morgana, any red or dark)
pink and orange cannas
BLUE flowers
poppies (hot pink orientals!)
china asters
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