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NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Posted by tod65 8 (seed-to-seed-gardens@hotmail.com) on
Mon, Sep 24, 07 at 5:10

I would like to know if anyone would be interested in a vegetable seed swap.
It would be limited to a maximum of 30 verities per swap.
Seeds will be accepted till late October to give everyone a chance to prepare their seeds.
Commercial seeds are welcome.
You can send a wish list with your seeds and I will do my best to send you as many as possible.
If youre interested let me know.

Thanks.
Tod Hess
Seed to Seed Gardens

Here is a link that might be useful: Seed To Seed Gardens


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Tod-You need to repost your link. It doesn't go to your Seed To Seed Gardens page or your exchange page.
Mariann


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Re-post link, Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-swap

I had a small snafu, try this link.

Here is a link that might be useful: Seed To Seed Gardens


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

I alphabetized your tomato's list and fixed some spelling. I can do your whole list if you like but you can add in your numbers..it makes looking for and trading easier :)

You have some varieties I never heard of like Apielson. I'd love to hear more on your garden and see pictures.

Please read my list and hopefully we can trade.

I also am starting a community garden with over 100 varieties...for starter seed I can gladly save and return at harvest....we are..... well, here's the list followed by the First Fruits blurb.

Apielson Orange
Aunt Rubys German Green
Aunt Rubys German Grape
Australian Heart
Beefsteak
Big Rainbow
Black From Tulsa
Black Pear
Black Zebra
Cherokee Chocolate
Elberta Peach
Garden Peach
Golden Jubilee
Green Giant
Green Zebra
Hazle Mae
Hess
Japanese Black Triffle
Kellogg's Breakfast
Manyel
Mashinka Pink
Matt's Wild Cherry
Mr. Stripey
Nyagous
Old Ivory Egg
Ox Heart
Persimmon
Pineapple
Pink Brandywine
Principe Bourghese
Red Zebra
Silvery Fir Tree
Striped Roman
Super Snow White
Thai Pink Egg
Tigerovy
White Queen
Yellow Brandywine
Yellow Pear
Zapotec

First Fruits Harvest Garden 4644 M-33 Hwy. Onaway, MI 49765

While there are many needs in other countries and hungry everywhere, the goals of First Fruits are to:

*Feed the local community with organically grown, open pollinated, local vegetables. To be distributed through the FOOD Pantry currently established on site.

*Provide a place for those who wish to grow their own produce and provide seed, etc.

*Open pollinated seeds will be saved and used/given away. No hybrids will be used. This establishes a fresh Seed Bank as well.

Current and future goals are: raised-bed gardens, grains, water supply, storage and greenhouse. We are asking for a tax deductible donation to start "seed" money for such a project.

Should such a project fail, monies would be donated to the local food pantry and people would still be fed.

Projected Budget-
$500 establishes the garden plot including seed.
$3600 establishes a greenhouse and storage area.
Overall projected budget of operation to start is $4100. After the initial investment maintenance follows and the budget reduces.

Thank you for helping
Project Manager, Earl Bassett


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Hello I would like to get in your seed trade. LMK Susan


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Tod65
I'm in....are you out there?

Earl in MI


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Sorry that I have been out of touch. My mother passed away on 9/24/07 and things have been hectic since then.
The seed swap is still on, just send your seeds,return postage, and your wish list by 10/30/07
Send it to
Seed Swap
23400 Thomes Ave
Gerber CA. 96035.

I may not have time to E-mail everyone for a little while, but the swap will go on.

Thanks
Tod Hess
Seed to Seed Gardens

Here is a link that might be useful: Seed To Seed Gardens


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Im back and ready to get this round robin going again.
The deadline will still be 10/30/07
You can send 1-30 packs and will receive at least that many in return.
I have several local gardeners that want to be included.
It will be limited to vegetable seeds only.
You have nothing to loose, Lets have fun.

Thanks
Tod Hess
Seed to Seed Gardens

Here is a link that might be useful: Seed to Seed Gardens


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

Hi Todd
Please count me in for the veggie seed swap.
I will be sending in my sasbe soon, Thanks
Bonnie


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RE: NEW: Seed To Seed Gardens 1st Annual Veggie-Swap

I'd like to join in too.

Barbi


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