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HAVE: Have seeds to trade for seeds or plants I'm looking for

Posted by tlmckay 7b (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 8, 12 at 12:30

Hello. I'm new to this site/forum, so please forgive me if I make a mistake in how I post this.

I have more seeds than I can use for many common vegetables. There are others I haven't found yet and want, so instead of purchasing more seeds online I'd like to see if someone may want to trade so the seeds get used and I can find small amounts of the ones I'm looking for.

I've noticed many exchanges on this board are for unique plants, but I only have commonly found seeds.

I am in Fuquay Varina, NC. I think I'd prefer local trades over dealing with mailing seeds, but I'm open to discussing options.

All seeds are organic unless noted. They are from either High Mowing Seeds or Botanical Interests except the non-organic.

Thank you!

HAVE:
Moon & Stars Watermelon
New England Pie Pumpkin
Lettuce Mesclun - Q's Special Medley
Lettuce Leaf Salad Bowl Blend
Lettuce Mesclun Farmer's Market Blend
Lettuce Mesclun Chef's Gourmet Spicy Mix
Spinach Bordeaux
Micro Greens Spicy Mix
Beet Gourmet Blend
Pepper chile Early Jalapeno
Pea Shelling Green Arrow
Nasturtium Jewel Blend (only a few seeds available)(NOT organic)
Dahlia Unwin's Ideal Mix (NOT organic)
Shasta Daisy (NOT organic)
Carrot Carnival Blend
Carrot Yellowstone
Cilantro/Coriander Slow Bolting
Dill Bouquet
Cucumber Homemade Pickles
Edamamae Envy
Ruby Red Chard
Pepper Sweet Yolo Wonder
Basil Italian Large Leaf
Oregano True Greek
Tomato Better Bush
Tomato Amish Paste
Tomato Yellow Pear Cherry
Broccoli Waltham 29
Artichoke Green Globe Improved & Purple of Romanga
Kale Italian Lacinato Nero Toscana
Parsley Moss Curled
Pea Sugar Ann Sugar Snap
Onion Evergreen Hardy Bunching (seed)
Onion Cortland (seed)
Cabbage Red Express
Cabbage Primax
Corn Sweet Bodacious

WANT:
purple potatoes
sweet potatoes
strawberries
thyme
brussel sprouts
collards
cucumber - salad/eating
dwarf marigolds
orange cherry tomatoes (sometimes called sun gold)
male & female blueberries
blackberries
raspberries


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RE: HAVE: Have seeds to trade for seeds or plants I'm looking fo

You should consider coming to our local swap in april. It's in Garner. There's a post with the details, and before long there'll be a post that has special trades going on. Some folks always bring seeds, and there will be plenty of veggie starts too, more than likely. We have a good time!

If you like trying lots of little bits of seeds, consider ordering from le jardin du gourmet. They have trail size packets for a pittance. Not organic, but ...


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