new: secret santa: wish lists only

flwrs4everNovember 8, 2013

****** 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 :)


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 swap

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this is my wish list.
1. sunflowers
2. cosmos
3. coriopsis
4. zinnias
5. columbins
6. gourds
7. corn
8. merigolds
9. endive

  1. collard greens
  2. mustard greens
  3. perennial salvia
  4. easy to grow tropicals
  5. your fav flower

thats all for me

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 1:44PM
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Achillea millefolium, Yarrow Proa
Asclepias asperula - Antelope Horn
Calypso cilantro
Cassia didymobotrya, Buttered Popcorn Cassia
Cosmos bipinnatus Sonata White
Dianthus barbatus - Sweet William 'Auricula Eyed'
Dicentra - Bleeding Heart (any but especially white)
Echinacea purpurea 'Cheyenne Spirit'
Gilia capitata blue thimble flower
Liatris spicata Kobold, Goblin
Linum lewisii - Blue Flax
Marshallia caespitosa - Barbara's Buttons
Orlaya grandiflora
Papaver Drama Queen
Papaver Naughty Nineties
Passiflora foetida Corona de Cristo
Pycnanthemum albescens - Whiteleaf mountain mint
Pycnanthemum muticum - Clustered Mountainmint
Partridge Pea - (Chamaecrista Fasciculata)
Sensitive Pea - (Chamaecrista Nictitans)
Wild Senna - (Senna Marilandica)
Thunbergia alata white with black eye
Vinca Cora hybrid series (commercial seeds only)
Vinca Cora Cascade hybrid (commercial seeds only)
Zinnia Dreamland series
Zinnia Edwardian
Zinnia Magellan series
Your Favorite long lasting flower/plant for bouquets
Your Favorite hot or sweet pepper (not bell) and how you use it
Your Favorite Papaver/poppy

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 2:36PM
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plant-one-on-me(MI 5b)

So happy to participate again for the 6th time :)

Here is my list...
leaf lettuce of all types
romaine lettuces
bell peppers
sweet peppers
sugar daddy sugar snap peas (no regular, I have those)
any type of sweet or super sweet corn
bak choi
pak choi
coneflowers all colors
bee balm
milkweed (want to help the monarchs)
potato (small starts)

I think that should do it. Thanks again for making this the best time of year! Kim

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 3:08PM
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xiangirl zone 4/5 Nebraska(5)

-Red perennial blooms in zones 4/5
-Marbled varieties of flowers i.e. jalapa, cosmos, etc.
-Astilbe, False Spirea, Meadowsweet
-Cardinal Flower
-Castor Bean
-Centaurea Montana
-Coreopsis- perennial zone 4/5
-Daisy-survive zone 4/5.
-Dames Rocket
-Dracocephalum rupestre - Dragonhead groundcover
-Echium candicans-Pride of Madeira
-Flax-scarlet Linum rubrum
.-Helenium -any
-Indian Paintbrush
-Joe Pye Weed
-Monarda didyma-Bee Balm-perennial zone 4/5: white, blue, red
-Monarda fistulosa-Bee Balm-perennial zone 4/5
-Papaver (poppies) especially want those hardy to zone 4/5.
-Phlox paniculata-especially red
-Rock Cress
-Rudbeckia-perennial zone 4/5

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 6:28PM
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1. Salvia subrotunda alba
2. Marigold 'Villandry'
3. Bean, Cherokee Greasy, other greasy or short-cut beans
4. Cephalaria gigantea
5. Nicotiana tabacum variegata
6. Hesperis steveniana
7. Nonea lutea (aka Myosotis autralis)
8. Trifolium ochroleucum
9. Coleus, especially Olive Mosaic

  1. Hollyhock, Mars Magic
  2. Lantana depressa
  3. Nicotiana "Hopley's"
  4. Sesbania drummondii
  5. Marigold, Simba, Lion's Mane, Shaggy Maggy, Yummy Mummy, any Chrysanthemum or shaggy flowered.
  6. Zinnia, Pinwheel or Whirlygig, other bicolors
  7. Violas, any white
  8. Petunia superbissima alba
  9. Centaurea pseudophrygia
  10. Callistephus chinensis, annual Asters
  11. Mucuna pruriens, Black Velvet Bean
  12. Ptilotus macrocephalus, green Mulla Mulla
  13. Sisyrinchium rosulatum, annual blue-eyed grass
  14. Phygelius x rectus, Cape Fuchsia
  15. Marigold, Kees Orange
  16. Asclepias curassavica, gold
  17. Ornamental Millet, Jester or Purple Majesty
    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 7:27PM
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My want list
1. Impatience (not balsam), xtreme series, swirl monet mix, bicolor or any and all
2. **Petunias - any or all double or cascading petunia's , cascading deep purple, Silver Tidal Wave, Celebrity mix, Dolce mix, Yellow Magic, Baby Duck, Razzle Dazzle, Tie Dye, wave any, flirtini (pink lime mixed), Tsunami, Aladdin Series Mix, Primetime Series Burgundy/violet/red Star, Ultra Series,
3. Orental poppy princes victoria louise, white, pinks
4. Primula japonica, Auricula douglas, Primlet series, Primula acaulis 'Rosanna', Mixed or any (rose bud type or similar double flowered) or any
5. Alyssum: Easter Bonnet Deep Pink, Wonderland Blue, Wonderland Mix, Easter Bonnet, Pastel Mix, any peach, bronze, orange, pinks, Snow Crystals
6. Coleus any reds, oranges, any and all
7. Baby's Breath Crimson, white, pink repens, Silverstar, trailing or any
8. Wooly thyme, mother of thyme, red or white creeping thyme, Lime thyme
9. Pepper any and all, Ornamental edible peppers

  1. Tomato any of your choice
  2. Pole beans any and all
  3. Swiss chard, leafy greens any
  4. Lettuce - any and all especially red varieties
  5. Eggplant,
  6. Cucumber,
  7. Basil Dwarf Greek globe (spicy globe), Basil Lettuce-leaf, minette**, Boxwood**, mammoth leaf type, or any,
  8. Oxalis adenophylla (silver shamrock or any varigated leaf), purple shamrock
  9. Lobelia carpet type blue, white, erinus (Lobelia) Blue Splash, Blue Wings, Cascade series, Fan series, Fountain
  10. Grass: Ponytails** Mexican Feather Grass, red bunny tail,
  11. Marigold pompom type, African marigold.
  12. Carnation Stripes and Picotee, Clove Drops, any trailing, mounding type any
  13. Dinnerplate hibiscus red, pink, yellow any but white
  14. Sempervivum, Succulents hens and chicks
  15. Campanula Blue Chips, Campanula Persicifolia White
  16. any basket plant of your choice
  17. Tornea
  18. Bougainvillea any
  19. Japanese maple lace leaf any

This post was edited by jas_il on Fri, Nov 8, 13 at 20:11

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 8:09PM
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My 2013 Wish List

Himalayan Blue Poppy
Greek Oregano
Any Blue Flowers
Blanket Flowers
Dianthus-Siberian Blue
Echinacia-anything but purple
Fountain Grass
Holly Hock
Sunflowers-anything but regular yellow
Pea Pods
Tomato-paste type

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 8:47PM
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Wish List
1. bee balm â¨
2. milkweed
3. mandevilla
4. nasturtium
5. flirty skirts pansies
6. dichondra
7. geranium
8. yellow canna
9. coreopsis

  1. Silver Mist Helichrysum
  2. Arizona Sun blanket flower
  3. Little Sun yellow tomato
  4. Coleus any
  5. lemon grass
  6. chives
  7. 'Citronelle' coral bells - Heuchera 'Citronelle'
  8. ranunculus
  9. striped petunias any color
  10. polka dot any color
  11. bunny tails
  12. hosta any
  13. butterfly weed
  14. gazania
  15. snapdragon
  16. magic blotch mix monkey
  17. escargot begonia
  18. Susie Wong Wishbone Flower
  19. Spring Celebrities Hollyhock
  20. Seafoam Daisies
  21. Oxalis purple clover
    :) Happy Merry La La La!
    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 11:06PM
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ForeverRecycleReuse(MN 4b)

Below is my Wish List -- Thanks!

⢠Black Sea Man Russian Tomato
⢠Blueberry Tomato
⢠Brownberry Tomato
⢠Blue Beauty Tomato
⢠Ananas Noire or Black Pineapple Tomato
⢠Purple Bumble Bee Tomato
⢠Tomatillo: Any Variety
⢠Peas: Snap Variety
⢠Beans: Pole or Bush Variety
⢠Chinese Yellow Cucumber
⢠Telegraph Improved Cucumber
⢠Boothby's Blonde Cucumber
⢠Edmonson Cucumber
⢠Japanese Climbing Cucumber
⢠Nippon Sanjaku Kiuri Cucumber
⢠Poona Kheera Cucumber
⢠White Wonder Cucumber
⢠Asparagus: Precoce D'Angeneuil
⢠Otricoli Orange Berry
⢠June Plum
⢠Prickly Caterpillar
⢠Cacti and Succulents: Any Variety
⢠Carnivorous Plant Seeds: Any Variety
⢠Bonsai Seeds: Any Variety

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 11:44PM
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My want list. Thanks!

beans, your favorite type
Udo (Aralia cordata)
Fuki (Petasites japonicus var. giganteus)
Pepper, Japanese Shishito
Peppers, sweet non-bell or mild
Pepper, ornamental or pretty edibles
corn, sweet or super sweet
bee balm
milkweed, green or white
Asclepias asperula - Antelope Horn
Asian greens
escargot begonia
Cacti or Succulents
Nemophila, Penny Black
Dianthus 'velvet n Lace'
bleeding heart
mustard greens
green flowers
your fav flower

    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 3:04AM
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My want list. Thanks.

1. Lettuce all kinds
2. Beets
3. Radishes any
4. Carrots
5. Black Valentine bush beans
6. Your favorite vegetable
7. Coral nymph salvia
8. Cleome
9. Siberian iris

  1. Yellow scabiosa
  2. Moss Rose
  3. Yellow clematis
  4. Penstemons
  5. Cosmos
  6. Datura
  7. Gomphrena
  8. Balloon flowers
  9. Tall Phlox
  10. Amaranthus any
  11. Oriental poppy
  12. Helenium any
  13. Milkweed any (have common)
  14. Burgundy Gaillardia
  15. Petunia any
  16. Rudbeckia any
  17. Coneflower any
  18. Money plant/honesty
  19. Coreopsis
  20. Perennial geranium
  21. Your favorite flower
    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 9:40AM
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My wish list and a big thanks. Smitties/Margo

1. Unusual coneflowers
2. Unusual blankrtflowers
3. Eyeball plant
4. Any pink coreopsis
5. Yellow blackberry lily
6. Zucchini
7. Any small variety of watermelon
8. Tomatillo
9. Your favorite cherry tomato

  1. Chinese lantern
  2. Unusual colored daisies
  3. Coral bells
  4. Unusual bee balms
  5. Cucumbers for pickling
  6. Jalepeno peppers
  7. Any mild peppers
  8. Hanging strawberry seeds
  9. Nasturtiams
  10. White marigolds
  11. Pasque flower
  12. Birdsfoot trefoil
  13. Baby blue eyes
  14. Any black flower
  15. Gilia seeds
  16. Fennel
  17. Sweet bell pepper
  18. Split second morning glory
  19. Any green colored flower
  20. Your favorite unusual flower
  21. Surprise me
    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 1:23PM
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Agastache aurantiaca (Orange Hummingbird Mint) Just Peachy - Shades of Orange
Antirrhinum (Snapdragon) Peaches and Cream - Peach Breeze - Plum Blossom
Asclepias purpurascens (Purple Milkweed)
Echinacea (Coneflower) any but most common
Eggplant Ma Zu Purple Chinese
Helianthus (Sunflower) Apricot Twist - Evening Sun
Lettuce leafy or buttercrunch types
Muhlenbergia (Muhly Grass) any, especially LindheimerâÂÂs Muhly Grass
Penstemon superbus (Superb Penstemon)
Penstemon eatonii (Firecracker Penstemon)
Penstemon gloxinoides (Border Penstemon)
Phlox paniculata (Tall Phlox) any just harvested
Pumpkin/ Winter Squash small to medium sweet varieties, especially Ambercup - Golden Delicious - Greek Sweet Red - Melonette Jaspee De Vende -Red Warty Thing aka Victor - Uncle David's Dakota Dessert - Upper Ground Sweet Potato
Salvia azurea (Blue Sage)
Salvia chiapensis (Chiapas Sage)
Salvia transylvanica
Stipa tenuissima (Feather Grass)
Sultera cordata (Bacopa)
Thymus (Thyme) any but T. vulgaris or T. serpyllum
Tomato, hybrid Merced - San Remo - Cabernet (the older big tomato not the newer grape by the same name) Old seeds or F2 seeds welcome!
Zinnia Lilac Emperor - Pink Senorita - Redman Super Cactus
your favorite annual or perennial for a hot, sunny garden

    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 4:45PM
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kchd(7b/8a MS)

1. Alophia drummondii - Prairie iris
2. Aquilegia canadensis - wild red columbine
3. Asclepias - unusual or uncommon native milkweed species
4. Clematis sp., natives only, please
5. Delphinium carolinianum - Carolina larkspur
6. Gentiana sp., native gentians
7. Impatiens capensis - jewelweed
8. Ipomopsis rubra - standing cypress
9. Iris spp. - natives only, please

  1. Monarda species
  2. Penstemon spp. - native beardtongues
  3. Pycnanthemum spp., - mountain mints
  4. Sesbania drummondii - rattlebox
  5. Silene spp. - native catchfly species, fire pink, etc.
  6. Spigelia marilandica - Indian pink
  7. Tephrosia virginiana - Goat's rue
  8. Aristolochia serpentaria - Virginia snakeroot
  9. Bignonia capreolata - crossvine
  10. Lonicera, native species
  11. Schisandra glabra (syn. S. coccinea) Bay star vine
  12. Wisteria frutescens or macrostachya - native wisteria species
  13. Asimina parviflora or triloba - native pawpaw species
  14. native flowering trees (please no dogwood or redbud; I have lots!)
  15. Lantana urticoides - calico bush
  16. Stewartia malacodendron - Silky camellia
  17. Prunus spp., native species
  18. heirloom pole or bush beans
  19. heirloom squash/pumpkins
  20. heirloom tomatoes that will grow well in the hot & humid south
    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 5:42PM
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roper2008 (7b)(7b)

pole beans
Flowers that attract hummingbirds
Flowers that attract butterflies and bee's.

    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 9:15PM
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My Wish List:

Butterfly Bush white or any
Pompus Grass any
Marigolds any
Hosta any except mini
Russian Sage
Dogwood Tree
Red Bud Tree
achillagia any
heuchera any
Daiseys any
Mums any
Daylilies any but kwansi
Irises any
Swedish Ivy Houseplant

Thank You!

    Bookmark   November 9, 2013 at 9:17PM
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nottougly(Zone 7)

Hello Everone,
This is my wish list

1. Amaranth âÂÂGreen TailsâÂÂ
2. Amaranthus, any
3. Amaranthus âÂÂJoseph's CoatâÂÂ
4. Amaranthus âÂÂYellow Fountain PlantâÂÂ
5. Rudbeckia âÂÂCherry Brandyâ or any
6. Shasta Daisy Crazy Daisy
7. Sunflower Seeds , any
8. Mexican Sunflower
9. Dwarf Sunflower Seeds "SunspotâÂÂ

  1. Dwarf Sunflower Seeds "Yellow Pygmy
  2. Echinacea âÂÂCheyenne Spiritâ or Any
  3. Celosia
  4. Marigolds
  5. Gourds
  6. Herbs
  7. Sedums
  8. Easy Annuals
  9. Morning glory
  10. Vines, any
  11. Hens and Chicks
  12. Black Eye Susan
  13. Bee Balm
  14. Fiber Optic Grass Seed
  15. Cosmos
  16. Coleus
  17. Rosemary
  18. Blanket Flower
  19. Gloriosa Daisy, Autumn Colors
  20. Cockscomb
  21. Ornamental Millet, Jester or Purple Majesty

Thank You

    Bookmark   November 10, 2013 at 6:13AM
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My wish list:
--Veggie Greens any specially kale, turnip, mustard, Swiss chard
--radish cherry belle,
-Pole beans
-Tomatoes any and all, would like these too yellow tumbling tom, Gold Nuggets, yellow pear, cherry, roma, slicing type
-Pepper any and all, ornamental like marble, sangria, black pearl, sweet banana type
-Cucumber puna kheera, pickling, slicing,
-Herbs any like Basil, Parsely, Sorrel
-Lettuce green / red
-Clematis nelly mooser or similar or double flowered
-Coleus any named
-Any carpet plants like Bacopa, Babys Tears, sedum, Chaenarrhinum, carpet zinnia
-Petunia any
-Primula dwarf any (hardy to zone 5)
-Carnation mounding, trailing, any whites, pinks, reds
-ornamental grasses fountain, maiden, Miscanthus sinensis, Fountain Grass Pennisetum "Fireworks"
- Bougainvillea any
-Aeonium canariense, aeonium cyclops, Aeonium any green/red/black varieties
-Mandevilla any
-Dahlia cactus type, double flowered, Star-Gazer, victoriana
-Carnation/dianthus eastern star, firewitch, bath's pink, neon star, any dwarf preferred.
-Sedum hispanicum Blue Carpet Purple Form, any carpet sedum
-Poppy fringed pompom style
-dichondra silverfall**,
-Boltons Aster Boltonia Asteroides
-Ground covers: Arabis caucasica Snowcap** (wall rock cress), Iberis (candytuft), Creeping phlox (Phlox subulata)
-Gypsophila repens pink or any baby's breath
- Dwarf Hollyhocks, Sidalcea Brilliant, 'Party Girl' or any
- Campanula medium (canterbury bells)


    Bookmark   November 10, 2013 at 5:36PM
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DDs WISH LIST! 2013!

1] Beans- short cuts
2] Chives
3] Greens- Mustards
4] Turnips
5] Peppers-HOT! Cayanne
6] Tobassco types
7]Squash- Patty Pan
9]Herbs-Basil-will try all- Lemon?
12] Rosemarry
13] Sage
14] Flowers- annuals- Coleus
16] Sunflowers
17] Zinnas- red

thanks to ALL! dd.

    Bookmark   November 10, 2013 at 5:54PM
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lorabell NC(8)

Dear Garden Santas,

My wish list includes:

A Blue Tomato
A White Bee Balm
Any Blanket Flowers
Agastache Pinks or Yellows
Any Green Flowers
Any Black Flowers
Black Seaman Tomato
Your Favorite Cherry Tomato
Daylily Any except orange ditch
Potato onions
Ajuga any
Baloon Flowers any
Gaura's any
Salvias any
decorate sunflowers
Your fav flower for long lasting boquets
and Your Fav unusual veggie

Thanks everyone!

    Bookmark   November 10, 2013 at 6:32PM
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1) Pickling Cucumbers (homemade pickles, boston pickling, national pickling, etc,)

2) Heirloom pole beans with a story behind them

3) Butter peas

4) Dill

5) Hollyhocks (especially doubles or rare varieties)

6) Zinnias

7) double larkspur

8) rose campion

9) confederate rose

  1. Anything with these words in the name: confederate, southern, rebel, dixie, etc. including names of any southern states. (flowers, veggies, whatever)

  2. Anything civil war related,,, either from that era, or having words in the name such as jeff davis, stonewall jackson, etc. etc,

  3. verbascum "jackie"

13)Pelargonium ( Jackie Gall Geranium )

  1. 4 o'clocks

  2. Sweat Peas (flowers)

  3. Sweet peas ( english garden)

  4. Pole Lima beans (white) (especially white Chirstmas)

  5. Pole butter peas

  6. Pole Pinto beans

  7. Old Time Tennessee melon

  8. Good sweet honey dew melon

  9. Moon and Stars red watermelon

  10. Jeff Davis tomato

  11. coral bells Firefly

  12. Columbine, songbird series.

    Bookmark   November 10, 2013 at 9:21PM
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Here's my list.
1. Marigold - Mumsy
2. Marigold -any
3. Zinnia
4. Tomato - any
5. Poppies- any
6. Sunflowers -any
7. Cucumbers
8. Rudbeckia
9. Echinacia

  1. Watermelon
  2. Canalopes
  3. Broccoli
  4. Cauliflower
  5. Herbs
  6. Peas - Snow or Sugar Snap
  7. Onion
  8. daylily
  9. Dianthus
  10. Heuchura
  11. Foxglove
  12. Seaholly
  13. Hollyhock
  14. Violias
  15. Lettuce
  16. Black Valentine Beans
    27.Castor Beans
  17. Agastache
  18. Ajuga
  19. Geraniums
    Bookmark   November 11, 2013 at 7:46AM
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flowergirl34(5 Upstate NY)

Here's my list...

1. Columbine: Calimero

2. Columbine: Krystal

3. Daylily Seeds...mixed is perfect :)

4. Striped French Marigold

5. Beefsteak Tomato

6. Amaranthus: Emerald Tassels

7. Amaranthus: Opopeo

8. Castor Bean

9. Cosmos: any

  1. Morning Glory: any

  2. Poppy: Meadow Pastels

  3. Sunflower: any

  4. any flower or veggie that you think might be fun to try :)


    Bookmark   November 11, 2013 at 9:10AM
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Any and all medicinal or culinary herbs I don't have are welcome!

Elecampagne-Inula helenium
Perforate St. John's Wort-Hypericum perforatum
Agrimony-Agrimonia eupatoria
Meadowsweet-Filipendula ulmaria
Goat's Rue-Galega officinalis
O. basilicum- Cinnamon Basil

Veggies: Heirlooms that are interesting or store well in a root cellar are most welcome

Potatoes (any especially sweets)
Garlic bubils (any)
Jerusalem artichoke
Beet- "Long Season"
Albino Beet
Burpees Golden Beet
Chinese Cabbage- China King, Wintertime
QUINOA-Open to any variety
Any heirloom tomato (esp dark purples or blacks) or ones that are good for canning.
Lettuce(any good heirloom lettuce that is bolt resistant)
Rutabaga- Laurentian esp
Lincoln Pea
Hot Pepper (any variety)
Chocolate Beauty Sweet Pepper
Interesting eggplant varieties
Strawberry Spinach
Blue Banana Squash
Lady Godiva Squash
Any good storing winter squash
Fun and interesting heirloom melons (musk, cantaloupe, watermelons, etc.)
Chinese Gooseberry-Actinidia deliciosa
Shadblow Service Berry-Amelanchier canadensis

I'll throw this one out as well... A Goldenseal tuber. A long shot, but I've been searching for one for a long time.

    Bookmark   November 11, 2013 at 2:12PM
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missyga64(8 (central GA))

My wish list : * = added 11/27/13
*Carnivorous plants
*Blanket flowers
*Daisys- all types
*any medicinal herbs not listed
coneflowers; all colors
bee balm
witch hazel
Golden Angel Trumpet
Indian Thornapple- Datura Parajuli
Marigold- any non commercial types
Eye bright
Epazote- Chenopodium Ambrosoides
Any purple flower
Hot Peppers- the hot the better
Italian Peperoncini Pepper
Sweet Peppers- not bells
Tomato- any heriloom, not red
Flower- your fave for the shade
Indian Belladonna- Atopa Acuminata
Ground cover for shade
Sweet Flag- Acorus Calamus
Acacia Simplex - Acacia Simplicifolia
Mexican Prickly Poppy - Argemone Mexicana
Tamaulipas Living Rock - Ariocarpus Agavoides
Prickly Pear cactus
BLUE Borage/ Starflower- Borago Officinalis
Dragonfruit cactus
Wormwood- Artemisia Absinthium
stinging nettles

Thank you !


This post was edited by MissyGA64 on Wed, Nov 27, 13 at 1:19

    Bookmark   November 11, 2013 at 2:24PM
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Thank you for hosting Kym!

Wish List

Tomatoes - Isis Candy, Tumbling Tom Red or Yellow, black tomatoes, large red ones, and paste tomatoes
Beans - any
Cucumbers - all kinds
Corn - sweet
Bok Choi/Pak choy
Pepper - sweet (prefer non-bell shaped)
Peas - any
Tomatillo - purple and/or pineapple
Lettuce - all types
Herbs: Dill, basil, thyme, etc
Lavender - all types
Peony or peony shaped flowers
Creeping phlox and/or dwarf
*Your favorite veggie or flower that will grow well in zone 5

    Bookmark   November 11, 2013 at 2:49PM
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My wish list:

1. Tomatoes of any kind, color, size, etc.
2. Sweet peppers of any kind, color, size, etc.
3. Mildly hot peppers (like jalapeños or peppers similar in heat)
4. Beans of all kinds, pole or bush. (Can be snap, shelled, Lima, etc)
5. Watermelons
6. Cantaloupe
7. Eggplant
8. Cucumbers
9. Cabbage

  1. Collards
  2. Carrots
  3. Radish
  4. Turnips
  5. Beets
  6. Onions (long or intermidate day due to zone I am in)
  7. Brussels sprouts
  8. Any other veggies I am forgetting except honeydew or squash family.

I appreciate anything I get! Thank you!

    Bookmark   November 11, 2013 at 10:42PM
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Wish List

**Your Favorite flower or veggie**
**anything VARIEGATED or BLUEor PINK or BLACK or WHITE**
**any unusual-flower -veggie or - herbs**
**any unusual pepper or your favorite!**
a blue tomato
black foxglove
white bleeding heart
pink passion flower
japanese morning glorys
any succulants, cacti, sedums or hens and chicks
coleus especially black dragon
thyme any variety
your favorite perennial
any daylilys
flowers for hummingbirds
scented geraniums or mints
lillies - all kinds =)
bat plant or any carnivorous
sunflowers - blackish or unusual
squash any unusal - pinks or blues or whites
toad lily
medinilla magnifica
angel trumpet
tropical anything
zinnia - green, candy cane, cactus-unusual
**your favorite anything!**
**surprise me!**

Thank you so much I will love anything

This post was edited by pinkiris on Mon, Nov 25, 13 at 20:52

    Bookmark   November 12, 2013 at 9:13AM
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Here's my list!
1. Perennial Salvias - no purple
2. Bronze Fennel
3. Hardy Geraniums
4. Nigella - blue only please
5. Rocket Larkspur
6. Liatris Ligulstylis
7. Gaillardia
8. Monarda - no mixes
9. Cleome

  1. Pentas
  2. Lilliput Zinnias
  3. Janie Marigolds or any named
  4. Cosmic Cosmos - red, yellow, orange
  5. Verbena Bonariensis
  6. Agastache - no purple
  7. Purple Ruffles Basil
  8. Echinacea Purpurea
  9. Rue
  10. Rudbeckia Prairie Sun
  11. Ipomea Quamoclit Pennatta - Cypress Vine
    Bookmark   November 12, 2013 at 4:13PM
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Duplicate error

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    Bookmark   November 12, 2013 at 8:22PM
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Here's my list:
1. Pepino melon
2. Jubilee watermelon
3. Toothache plant
4. Cassabanana
5. West India burr gherkins
6. Asian winged bean
7. Desiree dwarf blauwschokkers garden pea
8. Omaha pumpkin
9. Green sausage tomato

  1. Red Roselle
  2. Cream sausage tomato
  3. Cape gooseberry
  4. Lemon drop pepper
  5. White sugar lump watermelon
  6. Chabaud orange sherbet carnation
  7. Salsify mammoth sandwich island
  8. Borlotto fire tongue bean
  9. Harris model parsnip
  10. Glass gem corn
  11. Ineya melon
  12. Nero di Toscana cabbage
  13. Common edible ice plant (mesembryanthemum crystallinum)
  14. Achocha (Bolivian cucumber)
  15. strawberry spinach
  16. Kamo kamo summer squash
  17. Lemon summer squash
  18. Upper ground sweet potato squash
  19. Crystal apple cucumber
  20. Tequila sunrise pepper
  21. White wonder watermelon
    Bookmark   November 13, 2013 at 12:22PM
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erika_ct(6b - CT)

Foliage Plants

1. Heuchera - any

2. Small Ornamental Grasses - any

3. Medium Ornamental Grasses - any

4. Any interesting foliage plant suitable for zone 6.

    Bookmark   November 13, 2013 at 1:10PM
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nikkineel(GA 8/7b)

1. any flower appropriate for a memory garden for my sister, Sandi, who passed away a few years ago
2. sunflowers
3. zinnias
4. thunbergia
5. white hollyhock
6. balloon flowers
7. baby blue eyes
8. dahlia
9. fennel

  1. dill
  2. heuchera
  3. hot peppers
  4. plumeria
  5. coleus
  6. lavender
  7. dichondra - silver falls
  8. I'm easy and just getting back into trading so anything tried and true that's a favorite for you
    Bookmark   November 14, 2013 at 7:56PM
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Any azalea/rhododendron
Any Japanese maple cultivar
Any trident maple cultivar
silver thyme
lemon verbena
any aromatic/culinary heirloom herb
red tomatillo
Peruvian white habanero pepper
charentais melon
yellow-fleshed moon and stars watermelon
crape myrtle
black sea man tomato
kellogg's breakfast tomato
any unique-looking heirloom tomatoes
butch t trinidad scorpion pepper
black hungarian pepper
purple jalapeno
chocolate 7 pod douglah pepper
naga viper pepper
red savina habanero
any heirloom pepper
orange thyme

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Panhandle_Seed_Swap(8 Florida Panhandle)

Panhandle_Seed_ SwapâÂÂs Wish List :)

*Your Favorite Heirloom or Open-Pollinated Vegetable
(perhaps include your favorite recipe for your favorite vegetable, if you have time... that would be awesome! Thank you!)

*Your Favorite Heirloom or Open-Pollinated Flower.

*Your Favorite Heirloom or Open-Pollinated Herb.

*Dahlias that flourish in heat and humidity (any color).

*Purple Passion Asparagus

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL! thank you so much for doing this, flwrs4ever!

This post was edited by Panhandle_Seed_Swap on Wed, Nov 27, 13 at 7:55

    Bookmark   November 16, 2013 at 9:03AM
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Here is my wish list!
1-Bee Balm
4-Any herb
5-st John Wort
6-Sweet 100 tomato
7-heirloom tomato
9-Celosia especially large heading type
11-Lunaria (Money Plant)
13- Tall African Marigold
14-Hyacinth Bean
17-amaranthus tricolor?or Love lies bleeding
19-summer squash yellow pattipan or crookneck
21- any surprise for hot dry garden

    Bookmark   November 19, 2013 at 6:04PM
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My wishlist anything from my list. Thank you :) Happy Holidays!

    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 12:54PM
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1.Petunias, cascading and reseeders
2.Your favorite productive green POLE bean
3.Your favorite productive green BUSH bean
4.Your favorite productive pickling cucumbers
6.productive red/yellow bell pepper (small/large)
7.productive jalapeno pepper
8.Tomato Rutgers indeterminate
9.Your favorite Determinate tomato that loves HEAT
10.coleus that loves the hot sun
11.coleus that loves the shade
12.Your favorite productive scallop squash
13.Gaillardias that love to self sow
14.Hens and chicks, sedums and succulents
15.bat plant
16.Monarda panorama
17.Rusty Foxglove (Digitalis furruginea)
18.Verbena Peaches and Cream
19.Other named Verbena
20.Laura Bush Petunias
21.Snapdragons Twinny series
22.Rudebeckias that love to self sow
23.Love In A Mist, Persian Red
25.Painted Toungue Black Trumpets
26.Painted Toungue Little Friends
27.Huechera in lighter shades
28.Lobelia cascading, blues, scarlet, white
29.self sowers/reseeders
30.your favorite HEAT loving whatever (not invasive)

I will love whatever you sendâ¦.always do! Thanks Santa KYM! Merry Christmas to all!


    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 1:16PM
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redthreaddiy(6a MI)

1. Peppers (from sweet to super hots!)
2. Tomatoes (We grow 300 varieties yearly, looking for more to try!)
3. Lilies! All kinds
4. Goldfish Plant
5. Carnivorous Plants
6. Succulents
7. White Doll's Eyes AKA White Baneberry AKA White Cohosh
8. Blue or Black Cohosh
9. Cacti

  1. Peony
  2. Anything Variegated
  3. Orchid
  4. Hemp
  5. Medusa Head
  6. Mouse Plant AKA Mousetail Plant
  7. Cucumbers, esp. Mouse Melons AKA Mexican Sour Gherkin (the mini ones!)
  8. Pumpkins/Gourds
  9. Lettuce
  10. Dahlias/Cannas/Gladiolus/Iris (any seed that will eventually form bulbs/rhizomes)
  11. Corn, any! Especially Glass Gem and Candy Striped
  12. Anything Black (flowers, herbs, veggies, any!
  13. Herbs (medicinal and culinary)
  14. Anything unusual/bizarre
  15. Balloon Flowers
  16. Bat Plant
  17. Lantana
  18. Hardy Kiwi Vine
  19. Elephant Ear
  20. Crocosmia
  21. Watch Chain Plant

Here's my list! Will GLADLY take any fruits/veggies/herbs/flowers - we sell at the farmers markets every year and are always looking for something new. We have 6 plots of land that we grow our things in, including community gardens. We are planning to move to farmland this winter/next spring if we can find the right place! Thanks!

    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 3:11PM
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roper2008 (7b)(7b)

Oops, sorry.

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    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 8:39PM
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kchd(7b/8a MS)

sorry about the chatter. I didn't realize this was the 'wish list only' thread

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    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 9:04PM
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1. Amaranthus (love lies bleeding-red & green) (green thumb) (autumns touch) (tower-red & green) (perfecta) (molten fire).
2. Campanula
3. Columbine
4. Dianthus
5. Echinancea
6. Euphorbia
7. Foxgloves
8. Lupine
9. Monarda

  1. Penstemon
  2. Lobelia
  3. Lychnis
  4. Gaura
  5. Four o' clock
  6. Goats Beard
  7. Veronica
  8. Thyme
  9. Persian Jewels Indigo
  10. Love In A Mist
  11. Dames Rocket
  12. Perennial Vines
  13. Spring Green, Lemon Lime, Giant Mix Cockscomb


    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 9:22PM
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roper2008 (7b)(7b)

Oops, sorry.

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    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 9:41PM
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Here is my list.



teddy bear sunflower






petunia- Double,wave,cascade or avalanch.


cocks comb

Red Savina habanero

    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 11:40PM
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  4. GEUM

Thank you Kym for promoting the Secret Santa Seed Exchange once more. It is a joy to participate.

    Bookmark   November 20, 2013 at 11:58PM
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vajeff(7b VA)

1. Calendula
2. Poppy
3. Rose
4. Iris
5. Dahlia
6. Fern Spores
7. Coleus
8. Pipevine (Aristolochia)
9. Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema)

  1. Mountain Mint (Pycnanthemum pilosum)
  2. Lemongrass
  3. Horsemint/Lemon Mint (Monarda citriodora)
  4. White Horehound (Marrubium vulgare)
  5. Morning Glory (Ipomoea purpurea) - "Sunrise Serenade"
  6. Bush Cherry (Prunus tomentosa)
  7. Nasturtium
  8. Yellow Cabbage Collards
  9. Purple Tansy/Fiddleneck/Bee's Friend (Phacelia tanacetifolia)
  10. Sandwort (Arenaria)
  11. Roman Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile)
  12. Bugleweed (Ajuga reptans)
  13. Brass Buttons (Leptinella)
  14. Compact Heirloom/Open Pollinated Vegetables
  15. Carolina Allspice/Eastern Sweetshrub (Calycanthus floridus)
  16. Ligularia
  17. Scented Geranium
  18. Lenten Rose (Hellebore)
  19. Elephant Ear (Colocasia, Alocasia)
  20. Short, Colorful Annuals
  21. Dwarf Mondo Grass (Ophiopogon japonicus nana)
    Bookmark   November 21, 2013 at 2:15AM
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My wish list....Thank you for looking.

alyssum- any single colors
amaranth-coral fountain
balsam-camellia only
celosia-cramers amazon
centauriea-frosted queen mix
centaurea-sweet sultan

cypress vine-pink only
Dianthus-super parfait red peppermint
euphorbia marginata
4s- bright pink only
gomphrena-single colors
geum- flames of passion-touch of class-mai tai
lychnis-maltese cross
lychnis-salmons only
lupine-gallery pink
marigold-kilamanjaro white
marigold-hero flame
marigold-safari red
maltese cross
melampodium- white

rudbeckia-cherokee sunset
rudbeckia- chim chimeny

salvia-Mojave red
salvia-scarlet bicolor

    Bookmark   November 21, 2013 at 4:51PM
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Iris Hendry

Thank you for sharing with me ;-)

1. your favorite tomato ( heirloom or hybrid )
2. Zucchini
3. any slicing cucumber
4. bell peppers
5. poblano peppers
6. any greens !
7. any basil
8. any bush bean
9. your favorite herb

  1. italian parsley
  2. thyme - any variety
  3. any coreopsis
  4. your favorite perennial
  5. any rudbeckia
  6. snap or snow peas
  7. Thelma Saunders squash
  8. a good Roma/paste tomato
  9. any zinnia
  10. any dwarf , short or very compact flower or tomato !
  11. African Queen tomato
  12. your favorite cherry tomato
  13. any daylily , esp pink ones ?
  14. flowers for my hummingbirds
  15. any pansy
  16. any petunia
  17. any coleus, esp Black Dragon
  18. any salvia
  19. any hens & chicks, succulents
  20. rosemary
  21. surprise me !
    Bookmark   November 21, 2013 at 8:56PM
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Wish List

Leaf Lettuce
Tomato - whatever you want to share
Bullhorn Pepper - Astris
Morning Glory
Sunflower - any shorter kinds

and any extra seeds that you want to share - I'd so appreciate!

    Bookmark   November 21, 2013 at 10:00PM
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My Wish List:

Carnivorous Plant Seeds... Any variety, I am not picky!

~ Agalinis fasciculata
~ Asclepias purpurascens (Purple Milkweed)
~ Asclepias speciosa
~ Asclepias syriaca
~ black foxglove
~ Bleeding hearts
~ Bee Balm
~ Cynanchum laeve
~ False Nettle
~ Globe Amaranth
~ Heliotrope
~ Lantana
~ Liatris ligulistylis
~ pasiflora
~ Queen Anne Lace
~ Rue
~ Senna alata - Candlestick cassia, candlebush
~ Thistle
~ Trumpet Honeysuckle

Thanks so much for looking! âº

This post was edited by cghpnd on Sat, Nov 23, 13 at 21:33

    Bookmark   November 23, 2013 at 9:29PM
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Hi !this is my wish list.
1. dino kale
2. Carrot Purple Haze
3. prickle pear cactus
4. Lamb's Ear
5. tomato, Casady's Folly
6. tomato german red strawberry
7. tomato German Black
8. tomato Japanese Black Trifele
9. tomatoAnna Russian

  1. dog wood yellow
  2. Raspberry Miracle
  3. Ailsa Craig
  4. red cabbage
  5. red grapes
  6. small yellow plums
  7. cherry plums
  8. pumpkin tree
  9. rich sweetness melon
  10. Papaya
  11. Goji Berry
  12. Tokyo Bekana
  13. Quinoa
  14. Chickpeas
  15. Arugula
  16. Collard Greens
  17. Broccoli
  18. Strawberries all kinds!
  19. Black sopota!(would love this!)
  20. Soursop
  21. A Blue Tomato
    Thank you for anyone that will be doing this secret Santa! happy holidays and such^_^
    Bookmark   November 24, 2013 at 1:18AM
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cryptid(Southern OR 7)

Right,...finally,'s my wish list:

1) Basil - "Caesar", "Holy", "Thai", "Lime", "Lemon" or any purple variety
2) Tomato - "San Francisco Fog"
3) Tomato - "Lollipop"
4) Tomato - "Tommy Toe Yellow"
5) Tomato - really white and/or really dark
6) Corn - Chocolate popcorn
7) Corn - Heirloom sweet corn
8) Lettuce - Any leaf variety, the darker and/or redder the better
9) Bean - Christmas Lima

  1. Kale - Any (especially "COUVE TRONCHUDA (aka Portugese Kale)" and "Red Ursa")
  2. Pumpkin - Styrian
  3. Pumpkin - Lumina (or any white)
  4. Pumpkin - Jarrahdale
  5. Any culinary and/or medicinal herbs
  6. Any Amish heirloom vegies
  7. Hot peppers
  8. Lupine flowers
  9. Columbine
  10. Hollyhocks
  11. Tomato - Blue (or as close as possible)
  12. Any veggies good for pickling
  13. Poppies - Blue (any kind, edible or otherwise) and any others except Oriental red and California orange
  14. Marigolds - The more unusual the better, dwarf or otherwise,...bottom line, though, is I'll take *any*, really!
  15. Lobelia
  16. Multicolor unusual snapdragons
  17. Oh heck,...any annual and/or perennial flowers
  18. Any heirloom veggies
  19. Your favorite *anything*!
  20. **I love surprises!**
  21. Goji berry

This is always Elly's and my absolute favorite anual RR swap! :)

    Bookmark   November 25, 2013 at 1:14PM
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heavenlyfarm(zone 6b)

My Wish List:

1. Lupine
2. Daylily varieties(besides yellow stella)
3. Delphinium-Perennial
4. Roman Chamomile
5. Echinacea
6. Scabiosa7. Tropical Hibiscus
8.English Daisy (Bellis perennis)
9. lavendar10. Nasturtiums

  1. Perennial Poppies
  2. Canterbury Bells
  3. Small Tomatoe varieties
  4. flowering houseplants!
  5. Swan River Daisy16. Amaryllis
  6. Abutilion
  7. Scented Geraniums
  8. Yarrow
  9. Anything for cottage gardens!!
  10. anything that will do well on sunny hills!
  11. Anything that has showy pink/white/blue flowers
  12. Anything unique/unusual that can be grown in zone 6
    Bookmark   November 25, 2013 at 3:41PM
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Here we go!

2) Rare MELONS!
3) Asian veggies
4) Medicinal Herbs
5) Flowers that are salmon, coral, blush orange, or related colors!
Love those subtle colors!
6) Kales or other leafy edibles
7) Edible roots
8) Rare Garlics / Shallots
9) Columbines

  1. High Alpine friendly flowers
  2. Onions
  3. Sunflowers
  4. Rare tomato Heirlooms
  6. Heirloom PUMPKINS
  7. Golden Beets
  8. Sweet corns (non dent)
  9. Purple Brussel Sprouts
  10. MILD peppers or chile's!
  11. Edible Ginger root (any cultivars that are edible)
  12. Succulents (I would like to experiment with these, I'm new to growing them)
  13. Edible CACTI
  14. Anyting unique, beautiful, and edible!

Thanks guys, this is going to be fun!

    Bookmark   November 26, 2013 at 12:06AM
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Ruby_Dog(6, Virginia)

My wish list...Thanks and happy holidays!

1. Asian greens, any
2. Cantaloupe, your favorite (not honeydew)
3. Cucumber, your favorite
4. Eggplant, any Asian type or âÂÂCasperâÂÂ
5. Leeks
6. Lettuce, any esp. Reds
7. Strawberry spinach, aka Beetberry
8. Tomato, your favorite indeterminate slicer or canning
9. Tomatillo, âÂÂDr. WycheâÂÂs YellowâÂÂ

  1. Basil, any esp. Lettuce leaf
  2. Stevia
  3. Catananche, aka CupidâÂÂs Dart
  4. Cleome
  5. Cosmos
  6. Dahlia, any of the âÂÂdwarfâ 2 foot varieties
  7. Dragonshead
  8. Echinacea, colors other than purple or white
  9. Gaura
  10. Geum, any red variety
  11. Gomphrena, âÂÂStrawberry FieldsâÂÂ
  12. Heliotrope
  13. Lysimachia atropurpurea or pulchella
  14. Marigold, any ivory/white
  15. Melampodium, aka Butter Aster
  16. Millet, âÂÂPurple MajestyâÂÂ
  17. Monarda, Bee Balm, red only
  18. Rudbeckia, any except blackeyed susans
  19. Scabiosa caucasica, any
  20. Zinnia, any bicolors or âÂÂProfusionâÂÂ
  21. Any annual flower for hot, dry, sunny bed
    Bookmark   November 26, 2013 at 10:37AM
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Melinda Hagen

Here's my wishlist-- (besides things on my page)

1. Franklinia alatahama
2. Dove tree
3. zinnias- any
4. cosmos-any
5. coreopsis-any
6. petunias-any esp. double and cascading or wave
7. heliotrope
8. heucheras-any
9. indian pink-

  1. Japanese morning glories
  2. nasturtiums-any
  3. your fav heirloom tomatoes
  4. kale, esp. dinosaur, but any
  5. swiss chard, any
    15, heirloom beans any
  6. milkweeds, any
  7. your fav. annual
  8. your fav. butterfly plant
  9. shrimp plant
  10. your fav squashes, summer and winter
  11. calendulas-any
  12. marigolds, any esp. newer ones
  13. daylily crosses, esp. spiders and doubles
  14. lilies, any
  15. tassel flower
    26 toad lilies any
  16. any of your favs!
    Bookmark   November 26, 2013 at 10:50AM
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My wish list:

Anything for hummers, butterflies and my bees.

Medicinal herbs I don't have: Chinese senega, Astragalus, Bai zhi,
Ban xia, Ashwagandha, Andrographis, Fo-ti, Samphire, Spilanthes, Chinese licorice, Gynura, Bacopa.

Grass- Pink muhly, Purple love, Pink paint, Bunny tails.
Foliage plants- Dark, Silver/white
Salvias-esp. Cambridge blue, Peach, Blue Queen, Fairy Queen, summer jewel pink.
Lily- any, Peruvian, spider
Agastache- no apricot sprite
Oregano- Kent beauty, zorba red
Rudbeckia green wizard
Snaps- esp- oriental lantern, bronze dragon, night and day.
Honeywort kiwi blue
Linaria licilia peach
Plants with blue flowers/ orange flowers
Blue woodruff
Night phlox " Midnight Candy"
Pkumbago "Imperial Blue"
Lemon/ orange scented
American Ginseng :)

Happy Holidays to everyone! Be safe, be merry!
Jim and Tonya

    Bookmark   November 26, 2013 at 12:13PM
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1. Amaranth
2. Coffee
3. Cacao
4. Tobacco
5. Poppies
6. Marigolds
7. Ginger
8. Black Pepper
9. Crocosmia

  1. Freesia
  2. Anemone
  3. Tomatoes, any, esp. Purple Smudge and Big Zac
  4. Peppers, any, esp. Carolina Reaper & Chocolate Bhutlah
  5. Cucumbers
  6. Paw-Paw
  7. Pumpkins
  8. Sedum
  9. Melons
  10. Nuts
  11. Strange Things
  12. Heirloom Corn
  13. Tropical plants
  14. Vines
  15. Fruits
  16. Vegetables
  17. Herbs
  18. Flowers
  19. Shrimp Plant
  20. Chenille Plant
  21. Anything Black

This post was edited by gardendad_2k10 on Tue, Nov 26, 13 at 22:29

    Bookmark   November 26, 2013 at 2:42PM
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My Wish List:

Acanthus, any
Aster, any large-flowered types
Calendula, any crested or bi-colored types
Carthamus (Safflower), any
Chrysanthemum, any perennial types
Cosmos, any semi-double or double types
Daphne, any
Delphinium, any green or chocolate types
Dianthus (pinks), any semi-double or double types
Fuchsia, any
(Hardy) geranium, any double types
Gesneriads, any
Helianthus (Sunflower), any crested, semi-double, and double types
Heliotrope, any
Ipomoea (Morning glory), any Japanese types
Lathyrus (Sweet pea), any bi-colored types
Lisianthus (Eustoma), any
Meconopsis, any
Mimulus, any
Osteospermum, any
Pansy, any ruffled types
Pentas, any
Primula (Primrose), any
Pulsatilla (Pasque flower), any
Saxifraga, any
Sedum, any black or variegated types
Streptocarpus, any
Verbena, any
Zinnia, any crested, spattered, or striped types
Any unusual annuals, perennials, or tropicals

    Bookmark   November 27, 2013 at 9:25AM
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aquadragonfly(7b NC)

1. ANY Blue Tomatoes(Indigo Blue, Blue Beauty Tomato, Blue Berries Tomato, Indigo Apple Tomato, OSU Blue Fruit)
2. Thai Red Roselle*Hibiscus sabdariffa
3. Yurackallhua Incan Giant Corn
4. Canton Bok
5. Extra Dwarf Pak Choy
6. Purple Peacock Broccoli
7. Falstaff Brussels Sprouts
8. Henderson's - Charleston Wakefield Cabbage
9. Mammoth Red Rock Cabbage

  1. Nero Di Toscana Cabbage
  2. Morris Heading Collards "Cabbage Collards"
  3. Yellow Cabbage Collards
  4. Black Crowder Cowpea
  5. Blue Goose Cowpea
  6. Hmong Red Cucumber
  7. Jaune Dickfleischige Cucumber
  8. Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber
  9. Miniature White Cucumber
  10. Sikkim Cucumber
  11. Orange Master Pomegranate
  12. ANY KALE
  13. Superschmelz or Giant White Kohlrabi
  14. Mexican Sour Gherkin Cucumber
  15. ANY LEEK
  16. Kiwano - African Horned Cucumber Jelly Melon
  17. Cassabanana
  18. ANY BEANS esp from my want list
  19. ANY Quinoa
  20. Chia Seeds
  21. YOUR FAVORITE EDIBLE our goal for 2014 is to raise enough food to give to our local food banks and churches which give out food. Our county has one of the highest unemployment rates. I want to do what I can to help those for whatever reason can't grow their own food.
    Bookmark   November 29, 2013 at 11:54AM
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detroitgirl77(6a MI)

1) Tomato, Rozovyi Myod "Siberian Pink Honey"
2) Calendula
3) Bee Balm and/or Lemon Balm
4) Lemongrass
5) Tomato, Black Prince(Chyornyi Prince)
6) Any tomato with unusual/unique coloring, striping/variation or shape
7) Pepper, Carolina Reaper
8) Pepper, Yatzy or Yatsufusa
9) Pepper, Peter(any color type besides red)

  1. Borage
  2. Chamomile
  3. Lemon Verbena
  4. Nasturtium
  5. Stinging Nettle
  6. Any herb/flower that works good for oil infusions to use for skin care/soapmaking
  7. Any medicinal/culinary herb that I do not have
  8. Any unique heirloom/open pollinated watermelon
  9. Garlic
  10. Citronella
  11. Tomatillo(any but green)
  12. Sunberry
  13. Wonderberry
  14. Goji berry
  15. Hibiscus
  16. Any prolific hot pepper
  17. Quinoa
  18. Your favorite unusual/unique pole bean and/or edible pod pea
  19. Your favorite paste/canning tomato that has high yields(no Roma please as I always get BER)
  20. Anything in the wanted area on my member page
  21. Your favorite pink or purple flower, annual or perennial. This is for my 3 year old daughter who loves pink and purple. Something that is hardy and easy to grow would be great for her.

This post was edited by detroitgirl77 on Fri, Nov 29, 13 at 22:30

    Bookmark   November 29, 2013 at 10:19PM
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My list:
1. Baptisia "Carolina Moonlight", "Solar Flare", "Twilight", or other new varieties.
2. Crambe cordifolia or maritima
3. Heuchera, Tiarella (coral bells or foamy bells)
4. Phlomis
5. Asclepias "Hellow Yellow", Gay Butterflies or Ice Ballet
6. Asclepias verticillata
7. Perennial Salvias
8. Perennial geraniums
9. Annual geraniums (pelargoniums)

  1. Perennial candytuft
  2. Phlomis
    12.Boltonia asteroides
    13.Threadleaf zinnia
  3. Dwarf marigolds with large flowers such as "Mumsy"
  4. Melampodium
  5. Petunias
  6. Impatiens (not balsam)
  7. Platycodon Astra series any
  8. Celosia
  9. Perennia foxgloves (lutea, mertonnensis, obscura, Spanish peaks etc.)
  10. Vinca
  11. Pentas
  12. Scabiosa "Fama" hybrids
    25.Dierama (Angel's fishing wand)
  13. Bergenia
  14. Centranthus ruber
  15. Heliopsis "Tuscan Sun"
  16. Helenium (any)
  17. Festuca Elijah blue or Boulder blue
    Bookmark   November 30, 2013 at 2:06AM
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My list:

1. Asperula Blue
2. Balsam white
3. Brachyscome 'Little Missy'
4. Browallia
5. Campanula longistyla Isabella Blue
6. Cerinthe - any blue
7. Ceratotheca triloba alba
8. Dicentra exima (white)
9. Elschscholzia california 'Wrinkled Rose'

  1. Globularia any low blue
  2. Linaria triornithophora âÂÂRoseaâÂÂ
  3. Lobelia any cascading blue annual or perennial blue like L x gerardia (spelling?)
  4. Nasturtiums - any by color (no mixes) prefer trailing/climbing, pale/white
  5. Nierembergia blue
  6. Pelargonium (Scented Geranium) - any
  7. Pennisetum glaucum 'Purple majesty' (Ornamental millet)
  8. Penstemon speciosus
  9. Plectranthus - any, especially aromatic (already have argentatus & barbatus)
  10. Plectranthus amboinicus (Cuban Oregan)
  11. Plumbago white
  12. Salvia canescens var. daghestanica
  13. Salvia chamaedryoides - would love silver leaved form
  14. Salvia coccinea white
  15. Salvia cyanescens - white, as well as blue
  16. Salvia patens 'Patio White'; as well as 'Patio Blue'
  17. Salvia rubescens - has silvery leaves/ red-orange flowers
  18. Stachys albotomentosa
  19. Stachys citrina
  20. Thyme - any
  21. Torenia Deep Blue

This post was edited by primrose1x3 on Sat, Nov 30, 13 at 18:16

    Bookmark   November 30, 2013 at 6:11PM
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I hope all the Elves have posted their wishes...deadline to post has passed.

Thanks to ALL that have joined !! This swap is now officially closed.

    Bookmark   December 1, 2013 at 11:10AM
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I am sneaking in a last minute list! I absolutely LOVED this swap last year, and am checking out everyone's list to see what I can prepare this week to send out.
1. calendula/ pot marigold
3. any impatiens
4. any basil, esp unusual scents
5. bells of ireland
6. any greens!
7. collards
8. greens
9. mustards

  1. bok choi
  2. broccolini
  3. any cosmos, esp. double
  4. celery
  5. any marigolds
  6. nicotiana
  7. pansies
  8. jalapeno peppers
  9. any beans for drying
  10. carnations
  11. mums
  12. geraniums
  13. violas
  14. johnny jump up
  15. any herbs!
  16. snapdragons
  17. any zinnias
  18. sunflowers
  19. anything good for zone 4
  20. your most unusual seed
  21. anything immune to Japanese beetles!
    Bookmark   December 1, 2013 at 9:28PM
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