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Heirloom Bean Seeds to Share

Posted by calvin113 40456 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 22, 12 at 17:54

I have several varieties of heirloom bean seeds to share. Would love to trade. I have Cades Cove Cut Short Greasy Backs, Pete Ingram's Cornfield Bean, Mallie Isaacs Kentucky White Greasy Bean. Laundry Day Crowder Pea, Wilma Horseman White Cut Short, Climax Bentgate Farm Speckled Pole (limited). and many more.

Calvin


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RE: Heirloom Bean Seeds to Share

  • Posted by remy 6WNY (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 22, 12 at 18:49

Calvin,
You should re-post this over on the Beans, Peas & Other Legumes forum.
Remy

Here is a link that might be useful: Beans, Peas & Other Legumes


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RE: Heirloom Bean Seeds to Share

Hello, I would interested in trading these are the seeds that I have
Sweet Bell Peppers yellow and red
Serrano chilli pepper
Table queen squash (5) seeds
Connecticut Field Pumpkin (5) seeds
Congo Watermelon seeds
Chia Salvia Hispanica L.
Zinnias
Spearmint starts
Orange marigolds great at keeping mosquitoes and other bugs away.
easy to grow, bloom reliably all summer, and have few insect and disease problems
Flower colors are yellow, orange, and mahogany-red.
full sun and a well-drained soil.
some gardeners plant marigolds in their vegetable gardens to repel harmful insects.
Hope we can trade maria


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RE: Heirloom Bean Seeds to Share

Climax Bentgate Farm Pole bean has produced extremely well for us in cool climate Central England. Strong beany flavour and productive. The other beans from you will hopefully adapt further to our growing conditions and climate when I grow them again in 2014. Thankyou Calvin.


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