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WANTED: Looking for heirloom tomatoes -

Posted by irish_rose_grower z7 LI NY (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 15, 10 at 14:05

HI, anyone have any of the 40 varieties listed below? I only need 5-10 seeds of each. Thank you for looking. Hoping to trade for several different seeds to save postage.

I have lots of flower seeds to offer in trade.
Diva cucumber
Constata Romanesco summer squash
Emerite pole bean
Ramdor (pole bean yellow)
yellow queen sunflower
peredovik sunflower
tomatoes wanted: - i only need a few of each - 5-10 seeds.
anna russian
aunt gerties gold
big raspberry
black krim
brandywine, otv
brandywine, red
brandywine, red - landis
earls faux
early wonder
german johnson - potatoe leaf
isis candy
italian sweet
kellog's breakfast
lillian's yellow eirloom
mama leone
mamoth german gold
mariannas peace
marvel stripe
new big dwarf
oxacan jewel
opalka -or other good one for sauce
pineapple tomato
rose de berne
royal hillibilly
super italian paste
tidwell german
todd county amish
virginia sweets
yellow brandywine, platfoot strain

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RE: WANTED: Looking for heirloom tomatoes -

I have red Brandywine, Black Krim, Roma, tigerella (a golf ball sized red and yellow striped, and delicious), and costoluto genovese (an Italian heirloom). I will take a look at your list. LMK if you want to trade.

RE: WANTED: Looking for heirloom tomatoes -

I don't have anything that you are looking for. But, would you consider some white rain lilies, zephranthes drummondii, in exchange for the Arkansas Traveler tomatoes? I just collected the rain lily seeds and they have a relatively short life span. So, you'd have to plant them soon.

Do you think they are still viable?

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