secret santa swap 2012 wish lists only

flwrs4everOctober 26, 2012

****** WISH LISTS ONLY HERE PLEASE !!!!!!! **********

You will find all the RULES and DIRECTIONS to this swap at attatched link

This thread is ONLY for WISH LISTS !!! NO socializing or questions PLEASE !

This will make it Easier for everyone to go thru all the wish lists :)

ONCE YOU POST YOUR WISH LIST HERE PLEASE EMAIL ME THE FOLLOWING INFO : ( in this exact format please )

PLEASE send your mailing address to me ASAP ! WITH your screen name Like this... ( DO NOT POST YOUR ADDRESS ON THE FORUM !!)

Flwrs4ever ( your screen name)

Santa Claus ( your full name)

100 Snow Lane

North Pole 00000

I, __________, have read ALL the rules and understand how the swap works. I will follow all the deadlines and promise to ENJOY this swap :D

( put your name here )

I want to be a special Elf this year not this year ( either is fine just let me know !! )

ALSO, please let me know if you are a NEWBIE. Newbie for this swap is defined as someone with NO SEEDS to share.

*********************************************************************

Here is a link that might be useful: Secret Santa Sign ups

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micyrey

WOW I get to be first.
1. cat nip
2. basil
3. oregano
4. rudbeckia
5. cosmos
6. snapdragons
7. perennial salvias
8. sunflowers
9. patunias

  1. nastritiums
  2. verbina on a stick
  3. verbena hastata
  4. butterfly bushes
  5. milkweed hairy balls(no laughing)
  6. amaranthus esp tall red
  7. false indago
  8. pumpkins
  9. gourds
  10. sensative plant
  11. tall ornamental grass
  12. flowers for wildflower garden, easy to grow.
  13. fennel reg or bronze
  14. parsley
  15. radishes
  16. carrots
  17. cabbage
  18. onions
  19. lavender
  20. passion vine
  21. tropical milkweed
    well that was harder than I thought
    I like most flowers, and surprises
    michelle
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dan_the_mailman

With the help of Michelle and Burpees, I can get this done!
Happy Christmas Everyone!
Dan, Bump & Stella

1. straw flowers
2. basil
3. lettuce
4. spinach
5. cosmos
6. snapdragons
7. zinnias
8. sunflowers
9. petunias

  1. nasturtiums
  2. tall marigolds
  3. verbena
  4. coneflower
  5. morning glories
  6. zucchini
  7. summer squash
  8. pumpkins -all types
  9. gourds -all types
  10. watermelon
  11. pickling cucumbers
  12. clematis
  13. tomato -all types
  14. parsley
  15. corn
  16. carrots
  17. cabbage
  18. onions
  19. your favorite perennial
  20. your favorite flower
  21. your favorite vegetable
    Bookmark   October 26, 2012 at 4:46PM
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smitties

It's that time again. I would love any of the following.
1. Lisianthus
2. Rose Bon Bon cosmos
3. Rudbeckia Green Wizard
4. Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy
5. Rudbeckia Spotlight
6. Nasturtium
7. Persian carpet zinnia
8. Amber Wheels Gaillardia
9. Pampas Grass

  1. white marigold
  2. lantana
  3. chamomile
  4. coleus
  5. 4 Oclocks
  6. cotton
  7. crocosmia
  8. Eyeball plant
  9. Five spot
  10. Pincushion (have blue)
  11. Pineapple sage
  12. small cherry tomato
  13. sweet 100's tomato
  14. pie pumpkin
  15. any unusual pumpkin
  16. Kohlrabi
  17. ornamental kale
  18. spaghetti squash
  19. pickling cucumber
  20. luffa sponge
  21. your favorite perennial
    Bookmark   October 26, 2012 at 11:22PM
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elliesfun

Here is my list:
1. Aconitum - Ivorine
2. Alchemila Mollis - Thriller
3. Anemone - Whirlwind, September Charm, Pretty Lady Susan
4. Astrantia - Venice, Ruby Wedding, Star of Passion
5. Bergenia - Irish Crimson, Delavayi, Winter Glow
6. Brunnera - any
7. Campanula - Cherry Bells, Bowl of Cherries, Pink Chimes
8. Dianthus - Silver Star-King of the Blacks-Dad's Favorite
9. Dicentura - Burning Hearts, Valentine, Spring Gold

  1. Disporum - Fairytails
  2. Doronicum - Little Leo, Magnificum
  3. Epimedium - any
  4. Filipendula - Queen of the Prairie
  5. Hyacintholides - bluebells
  6. Kirengeshoma - Yellow Wax Bells
  7. Papaver - Patty's Plum
  8. Pulmonaria - Diana Clare-Raspberry Ice-Raspberry Splash
  9. Rheum - Irish Bronze, Ace of Hearts
  10. Salvia -Black & Blue, Navajo Rose, Blue Bedder
  11. Scilla
  12. Sedum - Black Jack, Bon Bon, Lynda Windsor
  13. Shasta Daisy - Old Court, Fiona Cogill, Shaggy
  14. Soldanella - Alpina, Montana, Villosa
  15. Tellima - grandiflora
  16. Tiarella - Mint Chocolate-Crow Feather-Cascade Creeper
  17. Tradescantia - Blushing Bride
  18. Trollis - Orange Princess, New Moon, Cheddar
  19. Uvularia grandiflora - Merry Bells
  20. Veronica - Fairytale, Dwarf Ulster Blue, Red Fox
  21. Your favorite perennial - zone 5 or below
    Bookmark   October 27, 2012 at 7:29AM
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debby_1(6)

1. Alliums
2. Achemilla (Ladys Mantle)
3. Anemone (windflower)
4. Chrysanthemum
5. Coleus
6. Cosmos
7. Lantana
8. Delphinium
9. Dianthus

  1. Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
  2. Digitalis (foxglove) any
  3. Echinacea (any but purple)
  4. Geum
  5. Goats Beard
  6. Heuchera
  7. Iberis (candytuff)
  8. Larkspur
  9. Lavender
  10. Any kind of vegetable!
  11. Lupine
  12. Marigold
  13. Papaver (poppy) any
  14. Petunias (wave)or any
  15. Herbs any 25. Rubeckia
  16. Salvias
  17. Sunflowers
  18. Tierellas - any
  19. Valerian
  20. Zinnias

Just about anything will do. Thank you, Debby

    Bookmark   October 27, 2012 at 12:26PM
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poisondartfrog

Thanks for hosting another year of this GW tradtion! Alana

1. Marigold, Simba
2. Marigold, Spun Lemon
3. Marigold Shaggy Maggy
4. Marigold Mumsy
5. Asclepias currassavica, gold
6. Ageratum, any annual
7. Dyssodia tenuiloba, Dahlberg Daisy
8. Clianthus, any
9. Primula polyantha

  1. Papaver somniferum, Orange Chiffon
  2. Geum triflorum
  3. Tomato, Stump of the World
  4. Pink Pumpkins
  5. Gourd, Long Handled Dipper
  6. Basil, Fino Verde
  7. Cleome hassleriana, white
  8. Buddleia asiatica
  9. Zinnia Redman Super Cactus
  10. Linum flavum, Golden Flax
  11. Peter Pepper
  12. Ruellia, Mexican Petunia, any.
  13. Gossypium robinsonii
  14. Gossypium herbaceum 'Nigrum'
  15. Emilia, yellow flowered
  16. Celosia cristata, old fashioned tall with large heads
  17. Orange Cannas
  18. Cassia, any
  19. Sesbania drummondii
  20. Polygala lutea
  21. Nemesia, Orange
    Bookmark   October 27, 2012 at 3:30PM
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jaynine

Participated in this swap last year for the first time and now consider it one of my favorites!

1. Asclepias speciosa
2. Angelica gigas
3. Centaurea cyanus-Cornflower 'Red Boy'
4. Cosmos bipinnatus 'Antiquity'
5. Epilobium
6. Eryngium yuccifolium-Rattlesnake Master
7. Euphrasia stricta-Eyebright
8. Eucalyptus
9. Lathyrus latifolius-Everlasting Pea purple or red

  1. Sweet Alyssum in separate colors except white
  2. Lemon Catnip
  3. Nicotiana 'Crimson King' only
  4. Holy Basil Tulsi
  5. Red, pink or orange flowering Opuntia
  6. Primula japonica 'Alba' or others in separate colors
  7. Primula vialii
  8. Amethyst Basil
  9. Pycnanthemum
  10. Rudbeckia hirta 'Toto Lemon'
  11. Seseli gummiferum
  12. Healthmaster Carrot
  13. Shallots
  14. Meconopsis-any
  15. Gypsophila repens-pink
  16. Petunias-solid colors
  17. Violettas/Violas (except Johnny Jump-Ups)
  18. Pansies
  19. Tomato 'Sungold'
  20. Amaranthus tricolor var. salicifilius 'Fountain Flames' or 'Flaming Fountains' or similar
  21. Asclepias tuberosa-Butterfly Weed RED only (not A. curassavica)
    Bookmark   October 27, 2012 at 10:45PM
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ruthz

1. Agastache - Bolero hybrid commercial seeds only
2. Amaranthus Early Splendor or Illumination
3. Ammi visnaga 'Green Mist' or 'Graceland'
4. Aristea Ecklonii - Blue Stars Iris
5. Asclepias asperula - Antelope Horn
6. Asclepias physocarpa - Family Jewels AKA Hairy Balls
7. Asclepias tuberosa - common bright orange butterfly weed (NOT Asclepias curassavica)
8. Callistemon Violaceus -'Violet Bottlebrush'
9. Cassia Artemisoides - Feathery Cassia

  1. Cassia bicapsularis
  2. Cassia hebecarpa - Wild Senna
  3. Celosia - China Town Red
  4. Chasmanthe Bicolor -'Cobra Lily'
  5. Dianthus - Any named fragrant or perennial
  6. Dianthus carthusianorum 'Clusterhead Pink'
  7. Dianthus gratianopolitanus - Cheddar Pink
  8. Dianthus pinifolius
  9. Durana Clover (white clover)
  10. Echinacea purpurea Pow Wow White or Wild Berry
  11. Gilia capitata - Blue Thimble Flower
  12. Ipomoea tricolor - Candy Pink
  13. Luffa sponge gourd (Luffa cylindrica)
  14. Nasturtium Beauty Queen
  15. Rudbeckia TOTO LEMON
  16. Salvia - Blue Queen
  17. Salvia - Texas Sage Brenthurst
  18. Salvia Blepharophylla - Eyelash Leaf Sage
  19. Thunbergia alata - White Black-Eyed-Susan Vine
  20. Zinnia - any named Commercial seeds
  21. Zinnia tenuifolia - Red Spider
    Bookmark   October 28, 2012 at 12:02AM
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dirtdaddy(5)

Morning ALL! Heres my list!
1.beans-chinese yard long
2.pole beans
3.cucs-yardlong
4.pickleing
5.corn-hopi blue ornamental
6.strawberry
7.gourds-small
8.peppers-cayenne
9.ornamental peppers
10.tomatoes-heirlooms
11.cherry tomatoes
12.taxi tomatoe
13.yellow brandywine
14.Herbs-chives
15.mint
16.oregeno
17.sage
18.flowers-marigolds-any
19.red zinnas
20.salvias
21.sunflowers
22.prarie flowers
23.erngyum leavenworth
thanks,dd

    Bookmark   October 28, 2012 at 1:37AM
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kchd(7b/8a MS)

1. heirloom tomatoes that will grow in the hot & humid South
2. your favorite heirloom veggie(s)
3. gourds
4. native grasses
5. Strawberry spinach (Chenopodium capitatum)
6. Pawpaw tree (Asimina triloba)
7. American persimmon (Diospyros virginiana)
8. Milkweeds (Asclepias sp.) any but common milkweed
9. Crossvine (Bignonia capreolata)

  1. Sweet joepye weed (Eupatorium purpureum)
  2. Smallflower or dwarf pawpaw (Asimina parviflora)
  3. Leadplant (Amorpha canescens)
  4. Ironweed (Veronia sp.)
  5. Nasturtiums
  6. trumpet honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens)
  7. NATIVE pipevines (Aristolochia sp.)
  8. Spicebush (Lindera benzoin)
  9. Native azaleas (Rhododendron spp.)
  10. Calico bush / Texas lantana (Lantana urticoides)
  11. Florida anisetree (Illicium floridanum)
  12. Your favorite zinnias
  13. Hyssops (Agastache)
  14. Jack in the Pulpit (Arisaema triphyllum)
  15. Native flowers you think I would like, but don't even know they exist!
  16. Native sunflowers
  17. Coneflowers
  18. Black-eyed susan - Rudbeckias
  19. Southern sugar maple (Acer barbatum / Acer floridanum)
  20. Your favorite native (or non-invasive) flowers for pollinators (bees, butterflies, et al.)
  21. Your favorite native (or non-invasive) flowers for hummingbirds or seedeaters

My first time joining this swap. Sounds like so much fun!

    Bookmark   October 28, 2012 at 3:10PM
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jimryder(5)

Here is my list:

1. Green wizard rudbeckia
2. Mugwort
3. Agastaches, Black adder
4. Red feather ornamental clover
5. Oregano kent beauty
6. Pink muhly grass
7. Digitalis candy mountain
8. Achillea paprika
9. Veronica Giles van hees

  1. Pyrethrum James kelway
  2. Ashwagandha
  3. Astralagus
  4. Bacopa
  5. American ginseng
  6. Gomphrenas
  7. Chrysanthemum blue knoll
  8. Alliums
  9. Ponytail palm
  10. Astrantia, venice
  11. Anemone
  12. Coleus
  13. Salvias
  14. Lavenders
  15. Lettuce
  16. Garlics
  17. Blue rose cutting O:-)
  18. Carrots
  19. Scabiosas
  20. Statice
  21. Snaps, esp. Bronze Dragon.

Thanks! Tonya

    Bookmark   October 29, 2012 at 9:59AM
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jas_il

Here is my wish list:

1. Coleus named any
2. Petunia any and all (***really want)
3. Impatience (***really want)
4. Oxalis Pes Caprae (wood sorrel), purple specially, red, Oxalis massoniana and any and all
5. Sweet ornamental Potatoe vine cuttings (margarite, caroline, tricolor and any, (***really want)(I have blackie)
6. Veggies: peppers, pole beans (**really want), swiss chard, basil Amethyst or any, greens, Lettuce, big tomatoes, radish early, cucumber, parsley, sweet 100's tomato, yellow pear or any you think of,
7. Marigolds pompom style but any will work.
8. Allyssum** pastels or any colors
9. Vines specially Madavilla** and Clematis

  1. Ornamental grasses dwarf specially ponytail**, fiber optic**, muhly,
  2. Carpet plant, flowering or trailing like creeping phlox, carpet zinnia, viola or any with beautiful flowers
  3. Dianthus, carnation any (**really love them)
  4. Ageratum any
  5. Eucalyptus tree seed
  6. Gypsophila repens-pink or any baby's breath
  7. Nasturtium any specially black and white
  8. Strawberry yellow fruits or any
  9. rudbeckia red any or cherry brandy
  10. Pole Beans**
  11. Any basket or trailing plant lobelia, Dichondra silver falls,
  12. Water plants corkskrew rush, riccia, floaters any, zebra rush, pappyrus (I have umbrella palm)

Will come back later if I remember anything else. :)
Thanks
Jasmine

    Bookmark   October 29, 2012 at 2:12PM
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rane_grow(7 soMD)

My wish list:

1. zucchini
2. any heirloom beefsteak tomato
3. your favorite cherry tomato
4. cucumbers for salads ( like marketmore76)
5. looseleaf lettuce
6. any sweet pepper
7. italian type of oregano
8. any kind of basil
9. ornamental kale

  1. dinnerplate dahlias
  2. cactus zinnia
  3. "Opopeo" amaranthus
  4. hellebores
  5. pansy
  6. Double Gold, Cherry Brandy or Goldilocks rudbeckia
  7. dinosaur food
  8. Yvonne's Salvia or any salvia
  9. burgundy or red cockscomb
  10. daylilies esp pink ones ;-)
  11. Borage - blue
  12. shorter varieties of sunflowers
  13. coreopsis - esp red or pink ones ?
  14. your favorite perennial
  15. any red hibiscus
  16. Benary's Giant Zinnia
  17. Lisianthus
  18. your favorite perennial
  19. your favorite annual
  20. your favorite veggie
  21. your favorite herb
    Bookmark   October 30, 2012 at 5:32PM
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TheMidnightGarden(9)

1. Giant Sequoia
2. Coastal Redwood
3. Blue Spruce
4. Pumpkin (any kind)
5. Tomato (prefer larger varieties, ie Steak, etc)
5. Cucumbers
6. Raspberry
7. Strawberry
8. Avocado
9. Fruit Tree Seeds (apple, orange, peach, plum, etc)

    Bookmark   October 31, 2012 at 2:20AM
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margarita10(7Batl)

Hi All,

Here is my wish list
Vegetables:

Herbs-all kinds-Mexican Coriander-Cumin
Lettuce-green & red
Spinach-Callaloo
Cucumbers-all kinds
Garlic
Peppers-Poblano-Corno di Toro-Carmen
Coleus
Hyssop
Ground covers-Dichondra Repens
Corn-short variety
Melon-Minnesota Midget -Ambrosia
Squash
Beans-Fortex, Blue Lake Bush, Purple Queen
Snow Peas
Swiss Chard
Mustard Greens
Mesclun Mix
Banana- Musa Basjoo
Carrots-Parmex-short ones
Parsnips

Flowers:

Allamanda Schotti
Japanese Morning Glories
Canna�Tropicana, Eureka, Cleopatra
Bulbs-Tuberose-Gladiola-Day Lilly
Ballon Flower-white-pink
Echinacea-Green Wizard
Anything perenial

margarita10

    Bookmark   October 31, 2012 at 12:41PM
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sji1981

My wish list:

1. Celosia thick feathery plume type only (different colors)
2. Alyssum any other than white,
3. Lettuce any especially red varieties,
4. Basil minette**, boxwood or any large leaf
5. Pole Beans** any
6. Eggplant**, Okra**, peas
7. Peppers cyanne, banana, marconi, or any
8. Greens: Swiss chard, kale, turnip
9. cucumber yard long or any

  1. Tomato any
  2. Dahlia pompom**, double huge flowered any and all
  3. Salvia- any
  4. Primula Auricula or any and all
  5. Sweet Peas
  6. papaver, oriental poppy or peony poppy
  7. Daisy banana cream, any yellow, african, painted or any (no white shasta daisy)
  8. Black eyed susan vine
  9. Hibiscus dinner plates (red, pink, orange, yellow, blue) (no whites please)
  10. Creeping plants like baby's breath, verbena, bacopa, dichondra,
  11. Torenia
  12. Marigold mumsy, white or any double flowered
  13. Tree red bud, pine, red mapple or crab apple
  14. Dianthus/carnation (named only)
  15. Pansy
  16. Succulents - hens n chicks, Sempervivums
  17. Impatience (cherry splash, accent star, solid colors or any commercial prefer but others are also fine)
  18. nicotina
  19. Coleus any named only (prefer commercial seeds but others are also fine)
  20. Petunia** wave, trailing, yellow horizon, or any
  21. Grasses: Live wire (fiber optic grass)**, Ponytail, bunny tail
    Bookmark   October 31, 2012 at 2:00PM
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domesticdiana(8)

~*MY WISHLIST*~
EDIBLES
-zephyr squash
-eight ball/round zucchini
-jumbo pink banana squash
-Georgia candy roaster squash
-Chinese red noodle yard long bean/ asparagus bean
-jacob's cattle bean
-speckled butterbean
-any bean good for dry shelling to be used in chilis/soups
-spinach
-lettuce, lettuce, lettuce! (lettuce mixes are ok too!)
-bok choi (baby bok choi would be greatly appreciated! regular is ok though!)
-stevia
-lavender
-coffee/tea plants seeds
-herbs! (especially cilantro, marjoram, oregano, thyme, lettuce leaf or purple/black basils)
-MELONS! Charentais, emerald gem, Mex sour gherkin, honeydew
-Watermelon- tendersweet orange (or any orange flesh), jubilee, charleston grey (or any that grows big/long), desert king and any white flesh
-spacemaster cucumber, any good slicers
-corn any is fine. either for fresh eating, popcorn or grinding up to use as flour
-jackfruit (REALLY WANT)
FLOWERS
-dahlia pompom
-larkspur (any color)
-foxloves, any color
-any good ground covers
-lupine, any color
-lobelia erinus, any color
-ANY heuchera/hosta
-any poppies
-morning glories, any
-any good vining/climbing flower

    Bookmark   November 1, 2012 at 3:22AM
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sjc48

MY WISH LIST!
Lantana
Perennial snapdragons
Annual snapdragons
Zinnias
Marigolds-small, short, dwarf
Perennial Salvias
Crego Asters
Rocket Larkspurs
Rudbeckia Hirta
Annual Sweetpeas
Basils - any
Parsley
Cleome
Tithonia
Maxmillian Sunflowers
Pentas
Bleeding Hearts
Yarrow
Chamomile
Nigella
Nasturciums
Asparagras seeds
Monarda
Joe Pye Weed
Rue-ruta graveolens
Common/garden sage
Autumn Joy Sedum
Any butterfly host/nectar seeds

    Bookmark   November 1, 2012 at 8:03AM
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dem_pa

My wish List.
Poppy any
Zinnia any
Penstemon any
Cosmos any
Amaranthus any
Yellow canna
Dianthus
Salvias
Asters
Petunias
Malva Mystic Merlin
Hosta
Ironweed
Columbine
Maltese Cross
Canterbury bells
Sunflowers
Beans pole or bush
Lettuce
Cabbage
Cauliflower
Carrots
Radishes
Turnips
Birdhouse gourds
cantalope
Your favorite Biennial
Your Favorite Annual
Your Favorite Perennial
Your Favorite Vegetable

    Bookmark   November 1, 2012 at 11:24PM
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nottougly(Zone 7)

1. African Violet "Fantasy Hybrid Trailing"
2. Amaranth "Green Tails"
3. Amaranthus "GREEN THUMB"
4. Amaranthus "Joseph's Coat"
5. Amaranthus "Yellow Fountain Plant"
6. Balloon Flower "Komachi"
7. Celosia "Fresh Look Yellow"
8. Cockscomb "Bombay Yellow Gold"
9. Coneflower "Burgundy Fireworks"

  1. Coneflower "Echinacea paradoxa Yellow"
  2. Coneflower "Harvest Moon Echinacea"
  3. Echinacea "Cheyenne Spirit"
  4. Hollyhock "Spring Celebrities Crimson"
  5. Hollyhock "Spring Celebrities White"
  6. Indian Blanket Seeds "Double Mix"
  7. Rudbeckia "Cherry Brandy"
  8. Rudbeckia "Ruby Gold"
  9. Salsa "Mix Salvia"
  10. Sedum - Jose Aubergine
  11. Snapdragon "Oriental Lanterns"
  12. Standing Cypress
  13. Sunflower Seeds "Evening Colors"
  14. Sunflower Seeds "Lemon Queen"
  15. Sunflower Seeds "Taiyo"
  16. Sunflower Seeds "Velvet Queen"
  17. Dwarf Sunflower Seeds "Sunspot"
  18. Dwarf Sunflower Seeds "Yellow Pygmy"
  19. Zinnia "Profusion Double Fire"
  20. Zinnia "Queen Lime"
  21. Zinnia "Zowie! Yellow Flame"
    Bookmark   November 2, 2012 at 1:13PM
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hibiscusfan zone5-Northwest Ohio(5 northwest Ohio)

My wishes are:

1. Archilla
2. Asters
3. Astrantia
4. Centranthus Ruber-Have Pretty Betsy
5. Coreopsis
6. Agastache-reds-pinks-purple
7. Echinacea-Cheyenne Spirit
8. Hardy Hibiscus-no ROS
9. Rudbeckia-Cherry or dark multicolored
10.Poppies- oriental or hardy
11.Osteospernum
12.Gaura
13.Scabiosa
14.Calendula
15.Dianthis-short varieties
16.Primula
17.Iberis
18.Anemone
19.Geum
20.Goatsbeard
21.Groundcovers
22.Tomatoes
23.Surprises!

WISHING EVERYONE HAPPY HOLIDAYS!!!!

    Bookmark   November 3, 2012 at 10:53AM
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    Bookmark   November 3, 2012 at 11:02PM
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nlb52(6or7?)

Hi Everyone ,
Would love any of these
Disco Marigolds
Crimson Hollyhocks
lemon Fiz Carnation
Zowie Yellow Flam Zinnia
Yellow Foxglove
red spider Zinnia
Nasturtium Alaska mix
Dianthus Diana,s Blueberry
Balsam mix
Strawflowers
Felicia Blue Daisy
Tricolor painted daisy
Scarlet flax
Red tip English daisy
Opus Aster
Halo Red Hollyhock
Rose Moss
any one of these gourds,
Penguin
Specled Swan
Dipper
Apple

    Bookmark   November 4, 2012 at 6:54PM
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ggwrn(7NC)

Here is my wish list:

1. Asclepias physocarpa hairy balls milkweed
2. Snapdragons (especially medium and tall varieties)
3. Milkweeds (asclepias): Cinderella, hello yellow, silky yellow, ice ballet
4. Red beebalm
5. Tall zinnias
6. Cosmos
7. Jewelweed spotted or yellow
8. Salvias: yvonne�s salvia, blepharophylla,blue
flame, purple majesty, lighthouse, giant purple, burgundy colored
9. sambucus black lace or black beauty elderberry

  1. red bunny tails
  2. foxgloves
  3. hollyhocks
  4. scabiosa ping pong (would love advice on getting it to sprout also) and other varieties of scabiosa
  5. white or red texas star hibiscus
  6. native pipevine
  7. Honeyvine Milkweed
  8. Porterweed
  9. Portulaca
  10. Your best butterfly attracting plants (nectar or host) I have plenty of parsley, fennel and dill
  11. Native plants
  12. Plants for shady wooded areas
  13. Rudbeckia ( irish eyes, Cherokee sunset, autumn colors, Moreno, Denver daisy, cappuccino, tiger eye, prairie sun, becky, Sonora, toto)
  14. Your best hummingbird attracting plants
  15. Bleeding hearts
  16. Pitcher plants
  17. Lotus
  18. carolina moonseed vine
  19. Carolina aster vine (climbing aster)
  20. Asters
  21. Coreopsis roulette
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xiangirl zone 4/5 Nebraska(5)

1. Red flowering perennials zone 4/5.
2. Astilbe-any
3. Centaurea montana (perennial bachelor's button) PLEASE!
4. Coreopsis-any Sienna Sunset, Moonbeam
5. Cosmos Picotee (mine froze before they made any seed)
6. Daisies-any except Shasta/Becky
7. Delphinium- for zone 4
8. Echinacea-(I have purpurea. I'm open to any other colors/varieties.)
9. Flowering Tobacco

  1. Gaillardia-(I have Punchella, Burgundy, Big Red, Dazzler, but would like other varieties. This is my #1 favorite flower.)
  2. Kniphofia-Red Hot Poker
  3. Echium candicans 'Select Blue' - Pride of Madeira
  4. Milkweed Hairy Balls gomphrena
  5. Monarda/Bee Balm-any except Marshall�s Delight. (Any color, any kind. I�ll try it all. Really want a red color.)
  6. Phlox-any tall perennial variety for my zone 4/5, blue, violet or especially a RED one! Starfire, Cherry Red, or other. I have David's white and a pink one.
  7. Poppies-any
  8. Penstemon (I have Husker Red and would try anything else.)
  9. Prairie Classic Viburnum
  10. Prairie Spiderwort
  11. Rudbeckia **Cherry Brandy** or any (except triloba or hirta) I'll try any.
  12. Safflower
  13. Sunflower-any Strawberry Blonde, Double Dandy, Tithonia (any color), Vanilla Ice, Cinnamon, Maximillan, Prairie Sunflower, Moonshadow, Joker, Sunny Smile, Cocoa Sun, Velvet Queen...any!
  14. Yarrow-Summer Pastels, Dark Red, any with color because I have white
  15. If you think I'd like it...or if you like it...I'll try it! Not a fan or iris, roses or daylilies, though. (Please don't boo me.)
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katkni(4)

LOL do I need to specify that I DON'T want hairy balls???

1 snapdragon
2 viola
3 impatiens
4 carnation
5 chrysanthemum
6 ground cherries
7 hardy hibiscus
8 pansy
9 dock
10 ramps
11 rosemary
12 borage
13 henna
14 cardamom
15 green coneflower
16 borage
17 broccoli rabe
18 celery
19 Mexican oregano
20 blackberry lily
21 chocolate daisy
22 dahlia
23 geranium/pelargonium
24 calendula/ pot marigold
25 hyacinth bean vine
26 lupine
27 bay laurel
28 your favorite sauce tomato
29 your favorite herb
30 your favorite annual flower except petunias or morning glories.

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redthreaddiy(6a MI)

1. Milkweed, Asclepias (any and all - especially 'Hairy Balls', haha)
2. Pumpkins/Gourds (love them all - especially wanted to try the pink pumpkin or any weird pumpkins/gourds!)
3. Bleeding Heart, Dicentra (my pink one died when I transplanted it. Would love any and all types!)
4. Any fruits or veggies (I sell produce at farmers markets in the summer so would love/use anything)
5. Tomatoes (any and all! I grew 150 VARIETIES this year - looking to grow more!)
6. Peppers (love them all - super hots to sweets!)
7. Cassia (any and all)
8. Holy Basil Tulsi, Ocimum sanctum (or any other unique basil varieties)
9. Hellebore, Helleborus (any and all)

  1. Dahlias, Cannas, Gladiolus, Calla Lily, Arum Lily, Voodoo Lily, etc. (any bulb/rhizome forming plant, many have "lily" in the name, daylilies, Peruvian lily, etc.)
  2. Cacti or succulents (any and all)
  3. Coneflowers (any and all, especially Echinacea 'Green Wizard')
  4. Ornamental grasses (any and all, especially fiber optic grass)
  5. Any black or dark flower, veggie, or anything else (black/dark flowers/plants are the coolest!)
  6. Roses, Rosa (any and all)
  7. Anemone/Windflower (any and all)
  8. Peony (any and all)
  9. Kangaroo Paw, Cat's Paw, Anigozanthos (any and all)
  10. Houseplants (any and all)
  11. Orchids (any and all kinds)
  12. Carnivorous Plants (any and all)
  13. Any unique/odd flower or plant, or your favorite flower, veggie, houseplant, etc.
  14. Drumsticks/Billy Buttons, Craspedia (any and all)
  15. Euphorbias (any and all)
  16. Freesia (any and all)
  17. Gardenia (any and all)
  18. Hanging Lobster Claw/Crab Claws, Heliconia (any and all)
  19. Rattlesnake Plant, Calathea (any and all)
  20. Goldfish Plant/Guppy Plant/Clog Plant, Nematanthus (any and all)
  21. Buttercup, Ranunculus (any and all)

I would be absolutely overjoyed and grateful for any seeds I receive. I am so excited! I will try to fill as many wishes as I possibly can. I have LOTS of seeds to share! Thanks!

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mchill320(9)

My wish list:

1. Litchi tomato
2. Ground cherry pineapple
3. Petite france melon
4. Crisp melon kincho
5. Pepino melon
6. Sakata's sweet melon
7. Rich sweetness 132 melon
8. Ineya melon
9. Winter melon round tong gwa

  1. Golden midget watermelon
  2. Red Malabar spinach
  3. Tennessee Sweet Potato summer squash
  4. Strawberry spinach
  5. Stevia
  6. West India burr gherkins
  7. Asparagus pea or Asian winged bean
  8. Desiree dwarf blauwschokkers garden pea
  9. Soybean taiwame
  10. Red welsh
  11. Red of Florence
  12. Strawberry popcorn
  13. Yellow wonder wild strawberry
  14. Turga parsnip
  15. Omaha pumpkin
  16. Early white Vienna kohlrabi
  17. Carentan Leek
  18. "Ideal" purple top Milan turnip
  19. Roma II bush bean
  20. Mexican Sour gherkins
  21. "Green skin" bitter melon

Thanks.

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chefconnie(5)

I just finished my first year of backyard gardening and had great success and enjoyed it so much. I don't have many seed to share, but I have some. I would love almost anything. I don't have a lot of room for vine type plants:
1. Zucchini
2. Nasturtiums
3. Shallots
4. Carrots
5. Beets, all colors...yellow would be fun to try
6. Spinach
7. Pickling Cucumbers (would love to have)
8. Any out of the norm bean
9. Any non heirloom tomato (I didn't have luck with heirloom)

  1. Oregano
  2. Cat's claw
  3. Bleeding Heart (mine died)
  4. Asparagus
  5. Lettuce
  6. Echinacea
  7. Mesclun Mix
  8. I would love any herbs that I could use for medicinal purposes
  9. I would like anything you like
  10. I use herbs to cook with all year long
  11. Surprises!!

I am so excited to participate and I see several things I can fulfill already!

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edh87(7a - Durham, NC)

Yay! I'm new and excited to join. I have some veggie seeds that can help out several people's wish lists. :) Here's mine:

1. Butternut squash
2. Onions - red and yellow/white, preferably short or intermediate day (I'm in NC)
3. Watermelon
4. Cantaloupe
5. Slicing tomato (prefer indeterminant)
6. Green beans (pole beans)
7. Red and purple bell peppers (normal size not mini)
8. Broccoli
9. Snow peas

  1. Celery
  2. Tomatillo
  3. Oregano
  4. Thyme
  5. Parsley
  6. Peppermint (esp. strongly flavored!)

I garden on a balcony, so I don't need gobs of seeds. I only plant a few of each vegetable.

Thank you!
Liz

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lois(PA Zone 6)

Oh boy I see some wishes I can fill, yay!

Here is my wishlist. Thanks for hosting, flowers4ever!

agastache, tall, hardy to zone 6

primula Gold Lace

brunnera macrophylla

coral bells - any with red or dark pink flowers

helenium - any type with red flowers

lilium lankongense or any lilium lankongense hybrids

Lupine (3 ft or taller so they don't get hidden by other flowers)

aster, perennial, red, pink or blue

penstemon - anything with red, blue, pink or purple flowers, hardy to zone 6. Not Huskers Red or any p. digitalis, or jingle bells (I already have those).

pulmonaria saccharata (lungwort) - Mrs Moon, Raspberry Splash, or any type with blue/pink flowers.

salvia greggii or salvia microphylla - any red or pink

Salvia azurea

Salvia penstemonoides

Yvonnes salvia

Spiranthes odorata 'Chadds Ford'

Stachys coccinea (scarlet hedgenettle)

viola, would love any of the sorbet types

flowers hummingbirds like

Tomato: (Pink Berkley Tie Die, Black and Brown Boar, Caspian Pink, Opalka, Tennessee Britches).

Feverfew

salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Nigella damascena "love in a mist'

Callirhoe involucrata wine cups

gaillardia 'burgundy'

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webuser_5438468

Here are my wishes:

1. Franklinia alatahama tree
2. Dove tree aka Handkerchief tree
3. Foxgloves any
4. columbines any
5. gaillardias-any
6. petunias any
7. campanulas-any
8. Japanese mgs. esp. gray morning mist, chocolate, rose silk
9. calendulas-any

  1. heucheras-any
  2. lungwort-any
  3. gas plant-any
  4. Zinnias-esp. persian carpet, old mexico, etc.
  5. Poppies- any, annual and perennial
  6. Cosmos-any
  7. coreopsis-any
  8. Heliotrope-any
  9. named daylily crosses
  10. Herbs-basils, parsleys, dill, any
  11. Kale-any but dwarf blue curled
  12. Swiss Chard-any
  13. Winter squashes-any but esp. candy roaster, sweet potato, etc.
  14. Summer squashes, esp. zucchini types
  15. Cucumbers-any but esp. pickling types
  16. Heirloom tomatoes- browns, chocolates your favorites
  17. Beans-good snap green beans, red chinese noodle bean
  18. Peppers- good sweet ones, bananas, italian-No hot ones-
    esp. heirloom ones
  19. Ornamental peppers for house plants
  20. Goji berry-mine came right up last year, but died later
    30.Savoy cabbage!!!
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clipclop(8a)

My wish list is:
1. Larkspur
2. Amaranthus
3. Tennessee spinner gourds
4. Bronze fennel
5. Tall gold marigolds
6. zinnia
7. pentas
8.cosmos
9.red yarrow
10.portulaca
11.hollyhock
12.celosia Bombay purple or chief mix
13.ageratum
14.asclepias (MIlkweed?) orange
15.nasturtium
16.passionflower

  1. blackeye susan not the vine
    18.tithonia
    19.any sunflower
    20.any salvia
    21.any herb
    22.pattypan squash
    23 lavender
    24.coneflower
    25.st johns wort
  2. poppy
    27.lotus
    28.water plants
  3. your best tomato
  4. surprize me with something that grows where the soil is hot and dry!
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lexiegurl09

I have been waiting for this swap all year!!! I had so much fun last year! My list is pretty simple:

1. Tomatoes (any color, any size, det or indet.)
2. Any snap bean (pole or bush)
3. Cowpeas (Pole or bush)
4. Lima Beans (pole or bush)
5. Melons, no honeydew please though
6. Peppers (sweet and/or mildly hot and/or ornamental)
7. Lettuce
8. Cabbage
9. Broccoli

  1. Cucumbers
  2. Carrots
  3. Radishes
  4. Onions (green and bulb)
  5. Collards and/or cabbage collards and/or other leafy greens
  6. Beets
  7. Eggplant
  8. Okra
  9. Rutabaga
  10. Any of your other favorite veggies that grow well in hot, humid summers (No squash or califlower though please. I have gave up attempting to grow squash as I cannot get it to produce no matter how hard I try.)
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WonderWeasel

I feel like a kid at Christmastime!

1. Chocolate Bell Pepper
2. Jamaican Hot Chocolate Habanero
3. Chocolate Habanero
4. Orange Bell Pepper
5. Any Azalea cultivar
6. Crepe Myrtle
7. Any non-obesum Adenium (i.e. Arabicum, somalense, swazicum, etc.)
8. Any Japanese Maple cultivar
9. Trident Maple

  1. Red Maple
  2. Cumin
  3. Anise
  4. Lemon Basil
  5. Wormwood
  6. Black Krim Tomato
  7. Black Sea Man Tomato
  8. Kellogg's Breakfast Tomato
  9. Chocolate Stripe Beefsteak Tomato
  10. Striped Cavern Tomato (or any stuffer tomato)
  11. Black Hungarian Pepper
  12. Any berry variety (blackberry, raspberry, huckleberry, etc.)
  13. Any pole or bush bean cultivar that can be used dry
  14. Charentais Melon
  15. Any cantaloupe or muskmelon cultivar
  16. Any Honeydew melon cultivar
  17. Any Popcorn cultivar
  18. Trinidad Scorpion pepper
  19. ANY unusual-looking heirloom (open-pollinated) veggies
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jlee160(5 MI)

here is my wish list- if its not too late to join:)
1. tomatoes- esp heirloom
2. anise
3. tree peony
4. pole bean
5. bronze fennel
6. your fav. perennial
7. roses
8. heirlooms
9. allium, esp. pink carinatum pulchellum, allium cernuum

  1. monarda
    11.camassia
    12.delphinium
  2. japenese morning glory
  3. pentas
  4. lisanthus
  5. benary giant zinnia
  6. snapdragons- rocket
  7. larkspur
    19.dahlia
  8. strawberries
  9. raspberries
    22.clematis
    23.lobelia
    24.geum
  10. coreopsis, esp. pink
  11. agastache
  12. amsonia
  13. anemone
  14. verbacum
    30.love in a puff
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lysa39(8/9 CA)

Here is my list and thank you

Gaillardia-all kinds but really want fanfare.
Hibiscus-lace leaf and oak leaf
Jack and pulpit
Mums-any kind and colors
lilies-any kind
Mints-all but chocolate and spearmint.
Daylily-all but orange and red
Iris-all kinds and freesias, dahlis
Hops vine
Cilantro
Fruit trees-all kinds likefig, loquot,
crab apple, pluss all regular friut.

bulbs-and kind or color
Brugs
Passion flowers any kind
Love in the puff
4 o'clock
Gourds-all kinds but really need loofah.
variegated plants- all kinds
Ladys mantle
Black mondo grass
Dutchmans pipe vine
Plumbago
Banana
Ground. Covers-all kinds
Salvias all kinds
Stevias
Caster bean red only
feverfew

Thank you
Lisa

Qxalis-any style and color like red.
Bay laurel

    Bookmark   November 12, 2012 at 6:32PM
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lysa39(8/9 CA)

I forget to let everyone to know that iam a newbie again.
Thanks Lisa

    Bookmark   November 12, 2012 at 6:55PM
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lysa39(8/9 CA)

Sorry i forgot to post that iam a newbie again
Thanks
Lisa

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oceandweller(8B)

Ignore this post -- GardenWeb testing oceandweller's account.

    Bookmark   November 12, 2012 at 7:47PM
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oceandweller(8B)

Thanks Garden Web for fixing the glitch so I can post.
1 Your Favorite Southern Seeds
2 Blue/Purple Salvias
3 Alliums
4 Little Gem Magnolia
5 Red Witch Hazel
6 Lavender
7 Nasturtiums
8 Heuchera
9 purple pixie loropetalumn
10 Purple Diamond Loropetalumn
11 Black Gum
12 Purple Verbena Blue princess
13 Agapantus Blue storm
14 Purple Weeping lantana
15 purple cone flower
16 Long Handle Gourd
17 verbina on a stick
18 verbena hastata
19 Black Gamecock any southern Iris
20 Sunflowers
21 Casa blanca lily
22 Parrot Tulips
23 Primula vialii
24 Celeste LSU purple fig
25 Santa Rosa/Metheley Plum
26 Harry Lauders walking stick
27 Newton Pippin Apple
28 Brooks/Kansas Sweet Cherry
29 Franziska Maria Clemantis
30 Any Scuppernong grape seeds

    Bookmark   November 13, 2012 at 1:46PM
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gardendad_2k10(6)

1. Tomatoes
2. Peppers (hot and sweet)
3. Other Vegetables
4. Herbs, Medicinal and Edible
5. Lantana
6. Beans
7. Jack in the Pulpit
8. Passion Flowers
9. Lungwort

  1. Nigella damascena "Love in a Mist'
  2. Gas Plant
  3. Onions and Garlic
  4. All kinds of melons
  5. Love in a Puff
  6. Lisanthus
  7. Cineraria
  8. Poinsettia
  9. Verbacum
  10. Anything out of the ordinary, any kinds of plants
  11. Elephant Ear Plant
  12. Daylily
  13. Cannas
  14. Corkscrew Vine
  15. Tropicals
  16. Forget Me Not
  17. Cucumbers
  18. Your Favorite Annual
  19. Your Favorite Perennial
  20. Your Favorite Fruit or Veggie
  21. Your Favorite Plant of All Time
    Bookmark   November 13, 2012 at 4:34PM
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lisa831(KY 6)

My wish list. Thanks

something to kick start a 7 year old to gardening.
anything yellow
petunias
ornamental peppers
red hen and chicks
coleus
different colors turnips
marigolds
salvia
ghost peppers
odd tomato's
pansys
carrots
anything you like that different from regular looking plants you may have

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risinsun(8)

1) Any kind of tree
2) Japanese or other Maples
3) Conifers - cypress, pine, fir, spruce, cedar
4) Morning Glories
5) Christmas or Easter Cactus
6) Anything Variegated
7) Dutchman's Pipe / Pipevine / Aristolochia
8) Redbor Kale or similar
9) Black / Purple / Dark foliage or flowers

  1. Bearded Iris
  2. Variegated Ficus
  3. Passion flower vine
  4. Ornamental Grass
  5. Spaghetti squash
  6. Heirloom or unique pumpkin
  7. Heirloom or unique watermelon
  8. Rhodendron
  9. Any BLUE or ORANGE flowers
  10. Strawberries
  11. Ornamental black / dark or variegated peppers
  12. Hibiscus
  13. Chocolate or Variegated Mimosa
  14. Ginkgo Biloba Tree
  15. Jacaranda Tree
  16. Roses
  17. Thornless Blackberry
  18. Flowering Trees
  19. Japanese or other cherry trees
  20. Weeping Willow
  21. Hyacinth

Looking forward to swapping seeds. THANKS! :)

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paulan70(5)

Ok here is my wishlist not in any certain order.

  1. Wave Petunia
  2. Torenia Lemon Drop
  3. Cosmos-
    Brightness Mixed
    Happy Rings
    Sonata Pink Blish
    Sweet Sixteen
    Antiquity
    Sonata Series
  4. Zinnia--- Any
  5. Verbena--- ananyy
  6. Impatiens---
  7. canna except red
  8. Zinnia "Queen Lime"
  9. Zinnia "Zowie! Yellow Flame"
  10. Zinnia red lime
  11. Zinnia Envy
  12. Hibiscus -
    Jazzberry Jam
    Pink Elephant
  13. eryngium sea holly blue star
  14. Indian Pink
  15. Taller plants for pots
  16. turnips
  17. good big slicing tomatos
  18. Fiber Optic Grass
  19. Cuphea -- Any
  20. lily that has an upside down flower (cant remember name)
  21. salvia -- Any
  22. balloon flower - doubles would be great
  23. Plumbago

Well thats all ican think of for now. Thank you for checking out my list.

Paula

    Bookmark   November 14, 2012 at 2:27AM
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canyonwind(9)

Secret santa seeds 2012
1. Balsam impatiens
2. Verbena (reseeders)
3. Rudebeckia Green Wizard
4. Rudebeckia Irish Eyes
5. Coleus sun loving�red, burgundy etc�
6. Petunias easy wave, tidal wave etc�love red�commercial
7. Named Echinacea
8. reseeders/self sowing annuals
9. Named cosmos
10.Named Zinnias
11.Named Dianthus
12.Newer Gaillardia
13.Nasturium short variegated
14.Shishito Pepper
15.Padron Pepper
16.Pablano/Ancho Pepper
17.Productive Hot Pepper
18.Edamande Soy bean
19.Stowells Evergreen White Sweet corn
20.White Sweet corn that does well in hot climate�at least 2 ears per stalk would be sweet

21.KBX tomato
22.Stump Of The World Tomato
23.Juan Flamme Tomato
24.Kelloggs Breakfast
25.Riesantraube Cherry Tomato
26.Productive bush green bean
27.Green Buff Contender
28.Productive Scallopped Squash
29.Cilantro
30.Basil large leaf

But you know what...I will be happy with anything!!

Merry Christmas to all! Thanks Santa Kym!

Annie

    Bookmark   November 14, 2012 at 11:26AM
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barefootgardner12(6)

My List:

Asparagus 'Mary Washington'
Beans any
Blue Himalayan Poppy
Carrots
Chocolate mint
Cucumber your favorite pickling, your favorite slicing
Eggplant Pingtung
Garlic 'Estonian Red'
Ground Cherries 'Aunt Molly's', Pineapple'
Lemon Grass
Lettuce loose leaf
Melon Charentais
Pepper Corno di Toro
Pepper your favorite hot or sweet
Radish Round Black Spanish
Thyme
Tomato any early, Banana Legs, Purple Russian, your favorite
Watermelon 'Blacktail Mountain', 'Yellow Doll', other short season.
Your favorite heirloom veggie

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sandysoil_2008(6 MA)

My first time with Secret Santa.

Bleeding heart
Coleus
Coreopsis - red
Echinacea - any except common cone flower
Goats Beard
Heuchera
Larkspur
Lily of the Valley
Lupine
Ornamental grasses
Rudbeckia - any
Tomato "Fabulous" and your favorite
Yvonne's salvia
Zinnias
Your favorite annual
Your favorite perennial

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alwaysagarden(CA 9b)

Here is my Wish List

1. Pansies
2. Violas
3. Grape Hyacynth
4. Petunia
5. Phlox
6. Alyssum-Purple or Pink
7. Iris
8. Double Hollyhocks
9. Red Cardinal Flower
10.Salvia- any but white
11.Black Bachelor Buttons(deep purple)
12.Sunflower Seeds- Any!
13.Carnation
14.Pretty flowers that do well in heat!
15.Snapdragons
16.Linaria (Toadflax- Mini Snapdragons)
17.Chamomile
18.Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes(Sweet)
19.Scabiosa
20.Roses
21.Climbing vining plant that flowers and does well in heat.. (nothing large)
22.Easy to grow Wildflowers
23.Pickeling Cucumbers
24.Dill
25.Sugar Peas
26.Unusual Day lilies
27.Unusual Cosmos
28.Hens and chicks
29.Red Flowers!
30.Blue Wildflowers!

Thank you so much everyone. I see lots on other lists I will be sending! : D

    Bookmark   November 16, 2012 at 8:52PM
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pseudacris_crucifer(5)

Long island cheese (squash)
Galeaux d'Eysines (squash)
Butternut squash
Basil
Asparagus
Nasturtiums
Beets
Arugula
Any yummy melons
Iris
Poppy
Borage
Sunflower
pickling cucumbers
Anemone
Coreopsis
American persimmon
Chestnut
Hazelnut
Spicebush
Sloe
Fragrant sumac
Hardy banana
Lettuce
Quinoa
Fennel
Endive
Standard flowers for a pioneer gardens
Tomatillo
Marigold

    Bookmark   November 16, 2012 at 9:30PM
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socalgardengal

Newbie here...The garden bug has it's claws deep in my backside :)
My wishlist is:
ANYTHING THAT GROWS PLEASEEEEEE!!!!! ( In my zone 10/24 of course) I really would like coffee, vanilla,zuchinni, pie pumpkin and I seem to be in fantasyland lol. Really I most definently won't be picky, even old seeds as long as there's some something to sow!!!
HAPPY HOLIDAYS EVERYONE!!!!!

    Bookmark   November 16, 2012 at 10:54PM
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sassybutterfly_2008(7 NorthWest GA)

I'm a lil late to the party.. but hopefully not TOO late! :) I really enjoyed this swap last year!!!

Here's my wishes:
1. Anything of apricot, salmon, orange, hot pink, or yellow colors
2. Fall Blooming flowers - asters, chrysanthemums, daisies, etc
3. Hellebores **SUPER wish!**
4. Echinacea - any!
5. Dianthus
6. Tomatoes
7. Agastache - pinks or reds
8. Armeria - any of the ballerina or ministicks series
9. Astilbes - any!
10.Bee Balm/Monarda - any hot pinks or reds
11.Buddleia/Butterfly Bush - Ruby Red, Miss Ruby or Bi-Color
12.Campanula
13.Coleus - any frilly leaves or hot pinks
14.Corydalis Sempervirens - any **
15.Cow Parsley - Pink or White
16.Crocosmia
17.Dithyrea Spectacle Pod
18.Gaillardia - Frenzy or any salmon/coral shades
19.Geranium - ANY scented 20.Salvias - reds, pinks, blue, especially Yvonne's
21.Gomphrena/Globe Amaranth - HOT pink, **Fireworks
22.Grasses ~ Karl Forester, Blonde Ambition, Pink Muhly, Eyebrow
23.Helenium 'Mardi Gras'
24.Heuchera - any!
25.Hibiscus - Chattooga Gold, Plum Crazy, Cranberry Punch
26.Hollyhocks - any, especially named
27.Lobelia - any, TUPA especially **
28.Nicotiana - Lime, Variegated**
29.Rudbeckia - Chim Chiminee, any doubles
30.Sedums - hot pinks, variegated

Thanks to all of you! Happy Holidays!!
Sassyb.

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 9:05AM
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neohippie(8b)

Hi everybody! Always love this swap. Here's my list.

Tomatoes:
-Amish Paste
-Aunt Ruby's German Green
-Eva Purple Ball
-German Red Strawberry
-Kellogg's Breakfast
-Opalka
-Yellow Brandywine
Tuscan Kale
Tatume Squash
Moon & Stars Watermelon
Purple Tomatillo
Dr. Wyche's Yellow Tomatillo
Snap Peas (any variety)
Lettuce Leaf Basil
Purple Basil
Curry Tree (note: not "curry plant", I want Murraya koenigii, the plant you get curry leaves from to put in Indian dishes)

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 9:40AM
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Ruby_Dog(6, Virginia)

Here's my list for Santa:

1 Artichoke, Violetto or Imperial Star
2 Bean, Red Noodle yard long
3 Beet, bulls blood
4 Bok Choi (pak choy), Violetta or purple or any
5 Broccoli, Santee Sprouting
6 Broccoli/Kale, Purple Peacock
7 Cantaloupe, Minnesota Midget
8 Celery, Redventure or cutting celery
9 Corn, any early sweet corn
10 Cumin (cuminum not nigella)
11 Eggplant, Ping Tung long
12 Lettuce, any Red or winter hardy or slow to bolt, leaf varieties
13 Onion, esp. red intermediate day
14 Pai-tsai Fun Jen (oriental green)
15 Radish, White Icicle
16 Shallots
17 Snow Peas
18 Soybean/Edamame, Envy or any
19 Spigariello liscia (like kale)
20 Stevia
21 Tomato, Amish Paste
22 Tomato, Ananas Noire

23 Asclepias tuberosa, butterfly weed, any
24 Bee balm (monarda), red
25 Campanula persicifolia, peach-leaved bellflower
26 Dahlia, Unwins or Redskins or any bloom 1st year from seed
27 Gaura
28 Poppies, any somniferum or rhoeas
29 Rudbeckia hirta, Prairie Sun or Cherry Brandy or red
30 Veronica, any pink

Varieties listed are what I'd really like, but any would be great. Thanks and happy holidays!

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 12:38PM
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ishareflowers

I'm late too but here goes.

Akebia quinata
Amaranth green tails
pussy toes
rice paper plant
Arum italicum-lords and ladies
kitabelia-cedar cups
shoofly
nigella-any
pepper-black pearl
perilla-shiso
rudbeckia-green wizard
tomato-any grape
zinnias-tall-any color
delphinium-any
your favorite orange or red flowering annual

Looking forward to sending cards out again!

Lisa

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 4:28PM
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audrey_gw

Here's my list. As you can see, I like flowers that have more than one color in the same bloom: dark-centered, veined, striped, etc.

abutilon, Challo, Red Tiger, or double-flowered types
acanthus, any except mollis
adiantum (Maidenhair fern), any
alcea (hollyhock), bi-color or tri-color types
argyranthemum, any
calceolaria, bi-color or tri-color types
caryopteris, any
cistus, any
cosmos Double Take or Sweet Sixteen
cuphea Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, or Tiny Mice
daphne, any
delphinium Chocolate, La Boheme, Green Twist, or Phantom
dianthus, heirloom types
fritillaria, unusual types
fuchsia, any
gentian, any
(hardy) geranium, any with double or veined blooms
gerbera, giant-flowered types (seeds must be plump)
globularia, any
helianthus (sunflower), unusual colors or forms
impatiens, unusual species or New Guinea types
Japanese morning glory, any
iris ensata, bi-colored or tri-colored types
meconopsis, any
mimulus, bi-colored or tri-colored types
Oriental poppy, black, maroon, or white types
pansy, ruffled or picotee types
primula (primrose) any
sinningia, miniature types
streptocarpus, any

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 5:23PM
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Margie Crawford(6A)

Happy Holidays!

Alyssum lobularia, Sweet Alyssum
Bachelor Button, black
Basil, Purple
Calendula, Touch of Red
Calendula, Zeolights
Chelone (Turtlehead)
Cosmos, Seashell
Dianthus
Foxglove
Heliotrope
Japanese anemone
Kiss Me Over the Garden Gate
Larkspur
Linaria
Matthiola incana, Stock
Nicotiana, reds like Baby Bella or Crimson Bedder
Nicotiana langsdorfii, Cream Splash
Nigella, Indigo
Papaver somniferum (annual poppy), especially doubles
Petunia, Old Fashioned Climbing or other heirloom types
Phlox paniculata
Primula
Rudbeckia, Cappucino
Salpiglossis (Painted Tongue)
Tassel Flower, Irish Poet
Zinnia
Perennials for shade
Ornamental grasses
Self-sowing annuals
Anything you love to grow

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 7:40PM
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ediblelandscaping.sc(7b-8)

Check my trade list, I have many of the seeds I've seen people ask for. I collect fig trees so all I ask in return is some cuttings or small branches from your fig tree.

    Bookmark   November 18, 2012 at 8:11PM
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cryptid(Southern OR 7)

1. Fish Pepper (and/or any other hots)
2. Mirasol chili pepper...Guajillo
3. Marigold - Harlequin (and any other uncommonish varieties)
4. Raspberry wine Bee balm
5. Peonies (any)
6. Unusual Snapdragons
7. Toad Lilies (any)
8. Medicinal and culinary herbs (not rosemary)
9. Chocoloate Mint (Chocolate *anything*)

  1. Celery
  2. Kale
  3. Heirloom veggies
  4. Shade loving flowers/veggies/herbs
  5. Jicama
  6. Anemone
  7. Allium
  8. Your favorite *anything*!!
  9. I love surprises!! :)
  10. Styrian pumpkin
  11. Tassel Flower, Irish Poet (yes, I'm copying! LOL!)
    Bookmark   November 19, 2012 at 1:53AM
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momgardens1(8)

Here Is my wish list...not limited to, I love anything!

1.) Clematis *Passion fruit*Blue Lights*Tidal wave* others
2.) Red Passiflor vine
3.) Chocolate vine
4.) Cloud Honeysuckle*others ( no japanese)
5.) Citronella Geranium
6.) Edible Grapes * Concords*Niagra* ETC...No wine
7.) Southern Charm Verbascum
8.) Climbing Thornless Rose
9.) Butterfly Bush * dark Knight*Rainbow*Yellow/orange
10.) Sempervivums * Hens and Chicks* esp. reds
11.) Any sedum *****ESP red
12.) Lilac * White*Pink
13.) Any Echinacea **except Purple
14.) Any Lilies * Canna* calla* Asiatic*Tiger*Etc...Cobra
15.) Weeping Cherry
16.) Pecan Tree
17.) Tapioca Tree
18.) Lantana * miss Huff*Confetti*
19.) Cardinal Flower* Red* BLue*
20.) Hardy Fuschia * ANY*
21.) Hellebores/Lenten Rose **ANY**
22.) SUrprise me !!!
23.) Mini Hosta ** Blue Mouse ears* cameo*
24.) Torch Lily
25.) Peach Verbena
26.) Petunias * chocolates* cappacino* any
27.) Thungbergia* white* spanish eye* yellow* any
28.) Berries* goose*mulberry*elder*doyenberry*deuberry etc
29.) Any interesting annuals for zone 8
30.) Any interesting perennials zone 8

    Bookmark   November 19, 2012 at 11:45AM
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momgardens1(8)

Here Is my wish list...not limited to, I love anything!

1.) Clematis *Passion fruit*Blue Lights*Tidal wave* others
2.) Red Passiflor vine
3.) Chocolate vine
4.) Cloud Honeysuckle*others ( no japanese)
5.) Citronella Geranium
6.) Edible Grapes * Concords*Niagra* ETC...No wine
7.) Southern Charm Verbascum
8.) Climbing Thornless Rose
9.) Butterfly Bush * dark Knight*Rainbow*Yellow/orange
10.) Sempervivums * Hens and Chicks* esp. reds
11.) Any sedum *****ESP red
12.) Lilac * White*Pink
13.) Any Echinacea **except Purple
14.) Any Lilies * Canna* calla* Asiatic*Tiger*Etc...Cobra
15.) Weeping Cherry
16.) Pecan Tree
17.) Tapioca Tree
18.) Lantana * miss Huff*Confetti*
19.) Cardinal Flower* Red* BLue*
20.) Hardy Fuschia * ANY*
21.) Hellebores/Lenten Rose **ANY**
22.) SUrprise me !!!
23.) Mini Hosta ** Blue Mouse ears* cameo*
24.) Torch Lily
25.) Peach Verbena
26.) Petunias * chocolates* cappacino* any
27.) Thungbergia* white* spanish eye* yellow* any
28.) Berries* goose*mulberry*elder*doyenberry*deuberry etc
29.) Any interesting annuals for zone 8
30.) Any interesting perennials zone 8

    Bookmark   November 19, 2012 at 11:46AM
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kimnkell(6)

Here's my wishlist...

1.) Peach Verbena
2.) Lemon Verbena
3.) Lemongrass
4.) Queen Red Lime Zinna
5.) Polar Bear Zinnia
6.) Petunia Double Cascade or any rare petunias
7.) Cherokee Trail of Tears Heirloom beans
8.) Black Turtle Beans
9.) Christmas Lima Pole Beans
10.) Jacob's Cattle Beans
11.)Sherbet Fizz Calendula
12.) Bronze Beauty Calendula
13.)Coffee Cream Calendula
14.) Pink Surprise Calendula
15.)Envy Zinnia
16.)Dahlia (any)
17.)Butterfly Bush
18.)Button Box Zinnia
19.)Black Velvet Petunia
20.)Astilbe
21.)Tomatillo (Purple)
22.)Picasso Petunia
23.)Himalayan Blue Poppy
24.)Blue Vervain
25.)White Queen Heirloom Tomato
26.)Black Seaman Tomato
27.)Aunt Ruby German green tomato
28.)Petunia Pirouette (any color)
29.)Hillbilly Flame
30.)Starfish Lilly (any variety)

    Bookmark   November 19, 2012 at 7:59PM
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roper2008 (7b)

I don't really want to post a wish list, just will list my interest.

1. I have a butterfly garden, so any flowers that they love, nectar and host
seeds.
2. Also have a hummingbird garden, so anything hummers like except for
cypress and cardinal climber. They keep volunteering lol.
3. I also love veggies, can't do without that.
4. Your favorite flower.

    Bookmark   November 19, 2012 at 8:08PM
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LEKennedy4

I have been waiting for this all year!!

I have very limited gardening space so the smaller the variety, the better.

1) Chamomile - German
2) Strawberries - White Alpines, Pineberries, Any varieties with little/no runners
3) Garlic (Porcelain, Rocambole, Elephant, or any other unique varieties)
4) Babys Breath (dwarf) such as Summer Sparkle
5) Lavender - Any varieties that are good for harvesting and drying
6) Garden Pea (dwarf if possible)
7) Tomatoes (Dwarf Varieties) - Window Box Roma VFN Hybrid, Tiny Tim and Cherry Gold, Red Robin, Yellow Canary, Patio F Hybrid, Sprite, Totem, Tumbling Tom Hybrid, Small Fry, Micro-Gold, Micro-Gemma, Micro-Tom
8) Dwarf Blueberry
9) Squash (dwarf) - Peter Pan, Sunburst

  1. Patio Roses - The stronger the fragrance the better :)
  2. Patchouli
  3. Feverfew
  4. Venus fly trap
  5. Craspedia (aka Billy Balls or Billy Buttons aka Drumstick)
  6. Kale
  7. Brussel Sprouts (Ill try any but I really want to try the purple Falstaff or Rubine Varieties)
  8. Lettuces

Anything else dwarf that's yummy or smells good. Merry Christmas everyone!!

This post was edited by LEKennedy4 on Fri, Nov 30, 12 at 0:15

    Bookmark   November 19, 2012 at 11:29PM
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orgogal(z5)

1) Any columbine that is not black
2) Kale
3) cilantro
4) any poppies
5) perennial blue Salvia
6) any foxglove
7) Odd peppers that are not bells because those don't do well here- but sweet or hot are good.
8) Asian greens
9) peas

  1. mexican sour gherkin ( I think that's what they are called - they are like tiny watermelons)
  2. Odd veggies of just about any kind. We love to grow weird veggies and try new things!
  3. mesclun
  4. lettuce
    Thank you!
    Bookmark   November 20, 2012 at 12:07PM
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SalsaCanner(6)

Here's my Secret Santa Swap List:

1. Your Favorite Tomatoes
2. Heirloom Tomato
3. Cherry Tomato
4. Striped Tomato
5. Bulls Heart Tomato
6. Polish Tomato
7. Fish Peppers
8. Hungarian Hot Peppers
9. Hot Peppers

  1. Chili Peppers
  2. Sweet Banana Pepper
  3. Cacti
  4. Orange/Lemon/Grapefruit seeds
  5. Orange/Lemon/Grapefruit plants
  6. Pole or Bush Beans
  7. Blue Lake Bush Bean
  8. Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean
  9. Garlic
  10. Shallots
  11. Boston Pickler Cucumbers
  12. Cilantro
  13. Four O'clock Flowers
  14. Lovage
  15. Lilies
  16. Catnip
  17. Dill
  18. Oregano
  19. Parsley
  20. Peas
  21. Spider Flower
    Bookmark   November 20, 2012 at 6:41PM
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roper2008 (7b)

Herre is my wish list.

Indian Stripe tomato
Red Barn tomato
orange banana tomato
Herbs
Eggplant
Cowhorn Okra
Peppers, hot & sweet
Paprika peppers

Flowers
Zinnia's
Marigolds
salvia's
Sunflowers
petunia's
Campanula's
Coreopsis
Dianthus
Cuphea's
Fuchsia's
Geranium's
Nasturtium's

    Bookmark   November 21, 2012 at 8:24AM
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grdngramma(4)

This is last minute but hopefully not too late. Here's my list:

1. Dill's Atlantic Giant Pumpkin
2. Any sage
3. Snake gourds
4. Black Diamond Watermelon
5. White pumpkins
6. Pickling cucumbers
7. Lemon cucumbers
8. Any lettuce
9. Any cabbage

  1. Sugar snap peas
  2. Purple podded pole beans
  3. Any carrots
  4. Fava beans
  5. Any early sweet corn (I'm zone 4)
  6. Dill
  7. Chirimen squash
  8. Walla walla onion
  9. Easy to grow flowers for the grandkids

That's all I can think of right offhand, but I'm very easy to please and thankful for any and all seeds, have lots of room and don't insist on heirlooms or organic seeds, love to watch anything grow. Merry Christmas!!!!

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lieblingxdasxkraut(5)

I certainly see a few people I can send to allready (just hope I get approved lol)

My wish list
I love edibles and am allways trying to push what can be done in a container --so lol anything odd there (had corn in one during the drought only got enough for my hamster to play with she loved the husks)
Any odd herbs (herb is kraut in German according to my translator)
Any grains (there hard buggers to find)

I love growing the tomatoes and peppers we do every year there such great fun and provide us with some food too!

Any older seeds (just please let me know there year --I have some seeds from the 90s that I plan on trying to grow this summer so lol as long as there's a fair chance of viability aka 20% plus I'm game to try them!)

I'd also like to add stuff (I can grow lol or not?) for our 2 parakeets (one has one leg) my hamster (that I mentioned before) and our cats (I've got catnip lol grows wild here and they didn't like the lemon but the hamster adores goji and stevia leaves haven't tested the keets yet)

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l1oness(5)

This sounds like fun. My wish list:

Most edibles, but especially:
Dill
scallions/green onions
tomato - black cherry
tomato - Any of your favorites
zucchini - any
cabbage - any
Pole/Climbing beans
Bush beans
Cucumbers
Sweet peppers (all types - would love orange/red ones)

Flowers - ones good in zone 5, but especially:
Snapdragons
Columbine (any colors)
double hollyhocks
Cosmos (not orange please)
Black Eyed Susan
Daylilies (not orange please)
Salvia
any perennials (zone 5)

    Bookmark   November 21, 2012 at 8:18PM
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NancyPlants(5bNEKs)

Wish List:

Veggies:
1-Swiss chard- especially red, orange or yellow varieties
2-Mammoth Basil 'Napoletano'
3-Rosemary
4-Cabbage-a red variety
5-Snow peas
6-Patty Pan Squash
7-Oriental greens
8-Tomatoes -your favorite zesty ones with good production
9-Eggplant-interested in different varieties
10-Your favorite veggie :)

Flowers:
11-*GEUM TRIFLORUM*Prairie Smoke*
12-Kniphofia-Red Hot Poker
13-LUPINE -red, pink, blue (especially Red Flame, The Governor, etc)
14-Malva- 'Mauritiana', 'Mystic Merlin', 'Bibor Felho', 'Zebrina' etc
15-Pentas Lanceolata
16-Penstemon-'Mystica'
17-Pericallis-Blue Bicolor
18-Silena
19-Zinnia-esp 'cut and come again'
20-Your favorite long blooming perennial

This is a 'blue' time of year for me and this swap REALLY helped me through that period last year. Thank you to all that send cards :)

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detroitgirl77(6a MI)

I'm so excited! Its my first time doing this swap, but I'm ready!

Here's my wishlist. It was so hard to narrow down to 30, but I did it! I will put my others on my trade list.

I don't do flowers at all, only edibles and herbs, with an emphasis on super hot peppers and unique heirloom tomatoes. I also don't use hybrid seeds--just heirloom and O.P. From your garden or commercial is fine.

I see a lot of wish lists that I am able to fill as well.

1. Luffa gourd
2. Tomato, Tip-Top
3. Tomato, Polish Linguisa
4. Tomato, Brandywine(all color variations)
5. Tomato, Manyel
6. Tomato, Plum Lemon
7. Tomato, Green Zebra
8. Tomato, Lollipop
9. Tomato, Black Prince

  1. Tomato, Pear varieties, anything but yellow
  2. Tomato, Cherry varieties(yellow, white, green only)
  3. Tomato, Holland
  4. Peppers, Paprika
  5. Peppers, Carolina Reaper[HP22B] or anything superhot that I don't have on my trade list
  6. Pickling Cucumbers(Miniature White, Diva, Boston Pickling, Homemade Pickles, Salt and Pepper)
  7. Brussels Sprouts(Long Island Improved, Falstaff)
  8. Garlic
  9. Wolfberry(Lycium barbarum)
  10. Strawberries(Alpine varieties--Ruegen, Yellow Wonder, White Soul)
  11. Okra(red burgandy)
  12. Saffron Crocus Bulbs(Crocus sativus)
  13. Kale(Dinosaur, Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch)
  14. Herb, Fennel
  15. Herb, Tarragon
  16. Herb, Cumin
  17. Herb, Oregano (only Oregano vulgare)
  18. Herb, Chamomile
  19. Herb, Caraway
  20. Herb, Horehound
  21. Anything else that is on my wishlist. No flowers please. Only edibles and herbals. :)
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vajeff(7b VA)

I hope this isn't too late. Here is my wishlist. I'd chat more but black friday is calling and I must answer!

1. Heuchera
2. Japanese Forest Grass (Hakonechloa macra)
3. Agastache - orange, purple, and reds
4. Jack-in-the-Pulpit (Arisaema)
5. Pipevine
6. Canna - "Australia", "Stuttgart", "Pretoria"
7. Desert Willow (Chilopsis linearis)
8. Caryopteris
9. Corydalis - blue flowering types

  1. Redbud - "Rising Sun"
  2. Geranium (Pelargonium) - "Vancouver Centennial"
  3. Ornamental Pepper - "Sangria"
  4. Creeping Mazus (Mazus reptans)
  5. Mamou Bean (Erythrina herbacea)
  6. Tall Bearded Iris
  7. Dahlia
  8. Coleus - odd colors and/or foliage shape, solid reds
  9. Clematis
  10. Bugbane/Black Snakeroot (Cimicifuga)
  11. Basil - Lime, cinnamon, colored, or miniature varieties
  12. Coneflower
  13. Begonia - any but the ones commonly used for annual beddings
  14. Asiatic Lily
  15. Toad Lily (Tricyrtis)
  16. Peruvian Lily (Alstroemeria)
  17. False Spirea (Sorbaria sorbifolia) - "Sem"
  18. Stonecrop (Sedum)
  19. Caladium
  20. Mini Groundcovers - ajuga, sagina, leptinella, mazus, etc.
  21. Flowering shade perennials

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving!

Jeff

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zzackey(8b GA)

Here's my wish list:
Dahlias- dinner plate
Dahlias-any
Zinnias-large flowers
squash-yellow crooked neck
zucchini
lemon cucumber
stevia
thyme
chives
tomatoes for zone8b
English peas
spinach
medicinal herbs
pumpkin pie pumpkins
collards
broccoli
japanese noodle beans
hummingbird flowers
spinach
snapdragons
geraniums
bamboo
cucumbers
radishes
beets
lovage
borage
thyme
any flowering vines
THANKS!!!

    Bookmark   November 23, 2012 at 11:35PM
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SmokyMist(7 East TN)

My wish list...and honestly I would be happy to try any heirloom vegie..

1.) Any heirloom bean seeds
2.) Heirloom sweet pepper seeds ( any variety )
3.) Heirloom tomato seeds
4.) your favorite vegie
5.) Amaranthus ( any but elephant head )
6.) Carnivorous plants
7.) Cockscomb 'Bombay Yellow Gold'
8.) GAILLARDIA pulchella 'Torch Red Ember'
9.) Globe Amaranth 'White'
10.)Nasturtium Strawberry Ice
11.)RUDBECKIA - CHERRY BRANDY
12.)Rudbeckia 'Irish Eyes'
13.)Rudbeckia Chocolate Orange
14.) Heirloom cucumbers (especially picklers)
15.) Carrot 'Thumbelina'
16.) Carrot : Purple Dragon
17.) Cucumber : Cucino
18.) Cucumber Eureka
19.) Eggplant Raveena
20.) Homesteader Peas
21.) Interesting Basils
22.) Early varieties of snap peas
23.) Zucchini : Parador
24.) comfrey
25.) Rambutan(Nephelium lappaceum)
26.) Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)

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alwaysagarden(CA 9b)

Hi All, so sorry to say I'm going to have to drop out of this wonderful swap... one of my favorites!! Money is so tight this year I just can't afford the postage. Really bummed.
Everyone have a fantastic Christmas and hope to be back next year.
Cindy
alwaysagarden

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msirie(7 - GA)

Looks like I might be the last one to post their list. There were too many I really wanted to choose from.

Thanks in advance to everyone!

1. Basil
2. Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'
3. Candytuft - I like this because it's low growing for my step garden
4. Coleus
5. Comfrey
6. Coneflower white swan
7. Cosmos
8. Cranesbill - I like this because it's low growing for my step garden
9. Dianthus Firewitch

  1. Echinacea Tomato Soup
  2. False indiigo
  3. Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'
  4. Laura Bush Petunia
  5. Lavender
  6. Lemon Grass
  7. Lupine
  8. Ornamental Grass
  9. Perennial Sweet Peas (flower)
  10. Rosemary
  11. Rudbeckia cherry brandy
  12. Rudbeckia goldsturm
  13. Rudbeckia irish eyes
  14. Rudbeckia irish spring
  15. Russian Sage
  16. Spinach
  17. Strawberry
  18. Sweet Alyssum
  19. Tomato (big)
  20. Wave Petunias
  21. Zinnias
    Bookmark   November 24, 2012 at 11:12PM
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plant-one-on-me(MI 5b)

My wish list will not contain named items but that is ok with me. I like edibles as I have very limited space for flowers.

1. kohlrabi
2. spinach
3. lettuces of any type
4. broccoli
5. beets
6. potatoes
7. cabbage
8. minnesota midget melon
9. jenny lynn melon

  1. seedless icebox watermelon
  2. tomatoes any type
  3. bush beans, green
  4. bush beans, wax (yellow)
  5. cucumbers, preferably bush type
  6. would like to try extra large pumpkins
  7. any type of fruit
  8. lignon berries
  9. chickpeas
  10. edible pea pods
  11. lavender
  12. herbs
  13. medicinal herbs
  14. comfrey
  15. amaranth
  16. sweet sorgum
  17. wheat
  18. oats
  19. quinoa
  20. would like to try any type of edible grains
  21. carrots
  22. kale
  23. brussel sprouts
  24. vegetables or fruit of any type, surprise me :)
    Bookmark   November 29, 2012 at 1:31AM
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keiki(10 FL)

Here is my wish list

1. Orlando eggplant
2. water celery
3. water mimosa
4. butter beans
5. purple trionfo violet pole bean
6. tropical fruit
7. purple pok choi
8. chang chang bok choi or similar
9. amaranth red garnet

  1. any amaranth actually
  2. mitsuba
  3. ornamemtal kale especially red or purple
  4. Thom thumb lettuce
    14 matina sweet lettuce
  5. your favorite mild lettuce

flowers

  1. dwarf sunflower a yellow variety
  2. asclepias physocarpa
  3. chocolate morning glory
  4. easy to germinate low growing flowers
    Bookmark   November 29, 2012 at 10:57AM
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zzackey(8b GA)

This is my first Santa Swap and I'm soooo excited. I keep updating my want list as I read what y'all have available. Zackey

    Bookmark   November 29, 2012 at 5:35PM
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TheKens11

Hello everyone,

Happy Holidays! My daugher raved about this seed exchange last year so I decided to try it myself :)

Here are the seeds that I want:

Flowers
-Bleeding Heart
-Stock
-Campanula (Ground Cover)
-Iceland Poppy
-Freesia
-Cosmos
-Butterfly Bush
-Bulbs - any type

Veggies/Fruits/Herbs
-Purple Pole Beans
-Chives
-Garlic
-Tomatoes (maybe a sweet cherry variety such as hawaiian gold)
-Slicing cucumber
-Carrots (any small variety)
-Radishes
-Oregano

Anything other favorite of yours I will be willing to try!

This post was edited by TheKens11 on Thu, Nov 29, 12 at 22:58

    Bookmark   November 29, 2012 at 10:49PM
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pumkingal(5)

Hi all so sorry for my delay
My wishes are
blue & red daisy's
lions tails
torch
red mondera
witch hazel
st joes coats
flowering kale
hops
razzmatass cone flower
doppler pink coneflower
spurge really really want
broccolli
mung beans
surprise me,,
thank you all.

    Bookmark   December 2, 2012 at 5:47PM
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