RMG Seed Exchange?
There is a seed exchange on Garden Web, but I thought it would be more fun to swap seeds with people you kind of know already.
Well, here is a list of what I have, that I am not already planning to use next year. Keep in mind that some are full unopened commercial packs (CP), some are partial packs (PP), some are things I received from trades (T), and a couple are things that I harvested myself (F = fresh).
Coreopsis 'Mahogany Midget' PP
Cosmos 'Bright Lights' PP, T
Cosmos 'Dwarf Ladybird Mix' F
African Daisies PP
Sunflowers 'Dwarf Border Mix', 'Earth Walker', 'Claret F1 Hybrid' CP, PP
Gomphrea 'Strawberry Fields' T
Nasturtium 'Jewel' mixed colors PP
Helichrysum bracteatum (Strawflower) T
Pennisetum glaucum (Purple Majesty Millet) T
Aquilegia chrysantha T
Echinacea 'Ruby Giant' T
Echinacea 'Sunrise' F (this may not come true from seed)
Coreopsis - unknown variety T
Gaillardia 'Burgandy' PP
Kniphofia uvaria 'Tritoma Mix' PP
Leucanthemum superbum (Shasta Daisy) 'Alaska' T
Lychnis, Rose Campion T
Rudbeckia - unknown, reddish center, brown eye T
Asparagus officinales T
Popcorn 'Strawberry' T
Zinnia 'Profusion Apricot'
Tomatoes (sauce type) such as Opalka, or San Marzano
Peppers: Paprika peppers, or mild chile peppers, or Italian roasting type ... nothing hot
Cucumbers: something good for dill pickles or slicing bush type preferred
Any type of annual foliage plant that would be good for containers, or flowering annual in soft colors like apricot or pale yellow, or burgandy. You guessed it ... no pinks, blues, or purples, LOL.
If you are interested in anything I have listed, or have something you think I may want (please feel free to tempt me), either post it here, or email me through my member page. All I ask is that you include enough postage on the envelope to cover the cost of mailing it to you.
Just thought this would be a fun way to get rid of seeds you aren't using, and maybe try something new that you wouldn't otherwise.