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RE: HAVE: Cherry Tomato(Gardener's Delight) seeds and want... (Follow-Up #1)

posted by: garden_love on 03.01.2013 at 12:32 am in Seed Exchange Forum

I would like some of your cherry tomatos. I have these tomatos to trade (all heirloom):

Golden Grape ( 20 or more seeds)
Sungella (20 or more seeds)
Ceylon (10 or more seeds)
Cherokee Purple (4 or 5 seeds)
Nebraska Wedding (7 or 8 seeds)
Gruntovii Griboskiy (5 or 6 seeds)

I would be willing to trade a few different kinds of mine for your cherry tomato. I am container gardening this year and I'm collecting all types of container suitable tomatos so I can make and can my spaghetti sauce.

This post was edited by garden_love on Fri, Mar 1, 13 at 0:36

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HAVE: Have Tomato seeds, looking for peppers and beans

posted by: socalgardengal on 06.26.2013 at 02:00 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

I'm looking for pepper and bean seeds from my want list. Most tomato packs have 10 seeds, some more, some less. Thanks for looking!
I have the following tomato seeds for trade:

Ace 55 VF
Abe Lincoln
Black Cherry
Black from Tula
Brandywine Pink
Black and Red Boar
Boloto
Black Krim
Banana Leggs
Break O'Day
Big Rainbow
Chayote yellow
Chocolate Cherry
Contoluto Genovese
Eva's Purple Ball
Floradade
Fox Cherry
Great White
Gardener's Delight
Gold Cherry
Hillbilly
Indian Stripe
Joe Laurer
Jaune Flamme
Lime Green Salad
Large Barred Boar
Mortgage Lifter
Nebraska Wedding
Old German
Porter
Pomodoro Ingegnoli Gigante Liscio
Pineapple
Roma
Rutgers
Rose
Russian Black
Striped Stuffer
Stump of the World
Striped German
Taxi
Yellow Pear

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RE: WANTED: Have:Flavor Supreme Scions (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: lawanddisorder on 03.08.2014 at 11:07 pm in Plant Exchange Forum

I have a bunch of plants, let me know if you're interested in any.

-This is my full list, and not all of it is ready for shipping right now. I only have a few cuttings already rooted from last fall (concord grape, black raspberry, strawberries, and a couple others) but could take new scions/cuttings now or work something out for fall.

Apple , 4-in-1 - Big Red Delicious, Yellowgold Delicious, Mcintosh, Northern Red Spy
Apple , Pixie Crunch
Apricot, Harlayne
Apricot, Sugar Pearls
Blackberry, Apache
Blackberry, Black Satin
Blackberry, Chester Thornless
Blackberry, Hull
Blackberry, Prime-Jan
Blackberry, Prime-Jim
Blackberry, Triple Crown
Blackberry, Unknown Varietal
Blueberry, Bluecrop
Blueberry, Bluegold
Blueberry, Blueray
Blueberry, Chandler
Blueberry, Earliblue
Blueberry, Elliot
Blueberry, Patriot
Blueberry, Pink Lemonade
Boysenberry, Thornless
Cherry, Carmine Jewel
Currant, Black, Unknown Varietal
Currant, Red, Unknown Varietal
Currant, White Imperial
Fig, Brown Turkey
Fig, Chicago Hardy
Fig, Hardy Everbearing
Goji, Sweet Lifeberry
Gooseberry, Unknown Varietal
Grape, Concord
Grape, Concord
Grape, Glenora Seedles - Blue
Grape, Lakemont Seedless - Green
Grape, Reliance Seedless - Purple
Honeyberry, Borealis
Honeyberry, Cinderella
Kiwi, Ananasnaya (Anna) Femal
Kiwi, Arctic Beauty - Female
Kiwi, Arctic Beauty - Male
Kiwi, Chang Bai Female
Kiwi, Issai Hardy
Kiwi, Ken's Red Female
Kiwi, Meader Male
Mulberry, Illinois Everbearing
Nectarine, Mericrest
Nectarine, Yumm Yumm
Pawpaw, Pennsylvania Golden Graft
Pawpaw, Unnamed cultivar
Peach, Flamin' Fury Jumbo
Peach, Flavorcrest
Peach, Redhaven
Pear, 2-in-1 - Bartlett and Red Sensation
Plum, Stanley
Raspberry, Munger's Black
Raspberry, Red Willamette
Raspberry, Royalty Purple
Strawberry, Allstar
Strawberry, Homer's Field
Strawberry, Quinalt
Strawberry, Seqioua
Strawberry, Tribute Everbearer

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RE: WANTED: Blueberry Cuttings (Follow-Up #7)

posted by: lawanddisorder on 03.08.2014 at 10:59 pm in Plant Exchange Forum

I have a bunch of plants, let me know if you're interested in any. I'd be interested in some of your seeds and black currant cuttings.

-This is my full list, so not all of it is Zone 3 hardy, but some of it definitely is, and not all of it is ready for shipping right now. I only have a few cuttings already rooted from last fall (concord grape, black raspberry, strawberries, and a couple others) but could take new cuttings now or work something out for fall.

Apple , 4-in-1 - Big Red Delicious, Yellowgold Delicious, Mcintosh, Northern Red Spy
Apple , Pixie Crunch
Apricot, Harlayne
Apricot, Sugar Pearls
Blackberry, Apache
Blackberry, Black Satin
Blackberry, Chester Thornless
Blackberry, Hull
Blackberry, Prime-Jan
Blackberry, Prime-Jim
Blackberry, Triple Crown
Blackberry, Unknown Varietal
Blueberry, Bluecrop
Blueberry, Bluegold
Blueberry, Blueray
Blueberry, Chandler
Blueberry, Earliblue
Blueberry, Elliot
Blueberry, Patriot
Blueberry, Pink Lemonade
Boysenberry, Thornless
Cherry, Carmine Jewel
Currant, Black, Unknown Varietal
Currant, Red, Unknown Varietal
Currant, White Imperial
Fig, Brown Turkey
Fig, Chicago Hardy
Fig, Hardy Everbearing
Goji, Sweet Lifeberry
Gooseberry, Unknown Varietal
Grape, Concord
Grape, Concord
Grape, Glenora Seedles - Blue
Grape, Lakemont Seedless - Green
Grape, Reliance Seedless - Purple
Honeyberry, Borealis
Honeyberry, Cinderella
Kiwi, Ananasnaya (Anna) Femal
Kiwi, Arctic Beauty - Female
Kiwi, Arctic Beauty - Male
Kiwi, Chang Bai Female
Kiwi, Issai Hardy
Kiwi, Ken's Red Female
Kiwi, Meader Male
Mulberry, Illinois Everbearing
Nectarine, Mericrest
Nectarine, Yumm Yumm
Pawpaw, Pennsylvania Golden Graft
Pawpaw, Unnamed cultivar
Peach, Flamin' Fury Jumbo
Peach, Flavorcrest
Peach, Redhaven
Pear, 2-in-1 - Bartlett and Red Sensation
Plum, Stanley
Raspberry, Munger's Black
Raspberry, Red Willamette
Raspberry, Royalty Purple
Strawberry, Allstar
Strawberry, Homer's Field
Strawberry, Quinalt
Strawberry, Seqioua
Strawberry, Tribute Everbearer

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have: ave: may tomato varieties (and other veggies/herbs)

posted by: smithmal on 01.08.2014 at 05:50 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

Please see pic below for my seed inventory. I would be interested in trading for any of the following tomato varieties:

Red Cherry:
Amish Salad
Matt's Wild Cherry
Gardener's Delight
Isis Candy
Husky Red
Chadwick
Mountain Magic (HY)
Elfin
Green Cherry:
Green Zebra
Green Doctors
Green Doctors Frosted
Yellow Cherry:
Galina's

Bi-Color Cherry:
Blush
Black Cherry:
Indigo Rose
Early Season:
Pink Honey
Mid-Season:
Frembgens Rheinlands Ruhm
Stump of the World
Momotaro (HY)
Jet Star (HY)
Late-Season:
Gold Medal (Bi-color)
JD's Special C-Tex
Brandywine Red Landis Valley
Rose
Neves Azorean
Supersonic (HY)

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wanted porterhouse tomato seed .I have 300 varities to trade

posted by: bigvegnut on 01.25.2012 at 09:45 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

I'm looking for porterhouse ,Phil's Fantastic old flame,Irwin,lemmony ,polish Pastel and Todd Country Amish tomato seed.Will trade seed for seed. My list is below.

I have all but the ones above:

1884

Abe Lincoln

Ace 55--

African togo

africian queen

Aker's W. Virginia

Amana Orange

Amish paste

Amish Salad

Andrew Raharts Jumbo red

Annas Noire

Al-Kuffa Tomato

Anna Russian

Ar bat

Aussie

Arkansas Traveler

Atkinson

Azoychka

Aunt Ruby's German green cherry

Aunt Ruby's German green

Aunt Gertie's Gold

Aunt Ginny's purple

BASINGA

Barnes Mountain Yellow

Bali tomato

Big Month Tomato

Big Zebra

Bear Claw

Bedouin

beef maestro

Behemoth King

Believe it or not

Belmonte

Berkeley Tie Dye

Big Beef

big bite

Big Rainbow

Big white pink stripes

Big Zac

Black brandywine
Black black cherry

Black from Tula

Black Oxheart

Black Krim

Black plum Russian

Black prince

Black Pear

black sea man

Blondkopfchen

Bloody Butcher

Blue fruit Boondocks

Bonsai

bonnie best

Box Car Willie

Bradley Brain

Brandywine yellow

Brandywine Suddith's

Break O'Day

Brimmer Brown Cherry

Bulgarian

Burpee long keeper

Burracker's Favorite

Burgess Improved Colossal Red

Buckbee's New Fifty Day Tomato

Caspian Pink

CALYPSO

Campbell's 1327

Cannonball

Carolina Gold

Carbon

Copia Tomato

Caro Rich

Chadwick Cherry

Charlie Chaplin

Chapman

Chile Verde

Cherokee Chocolate

Cherokee green

Cherokee purple

chocolate Cherry

Chocolate stripes

Christmas Grapes

Church

Costoluto Genovese

Cosmonaut Volkov

Costoluto Florintino

Cow's tit

Cuore de Toro tomato

Countryman

Cream Sausage

creole

Crimson Cushion

Crnkovic Yugoslavian

Currant yellow

currant white

Ciudad victoria

Danko

Dad's sunset

Delicious

depps pink firefly

demidov

Dinner Plate

Dix Doigt De Naples

Dixie golden giant

Druzba

Dr Carolynns pink Cherry

DR Lyle

DR Neal

Dr Wyche's Yellow

DR Walter

Duggin White

Dutchman-

Earl's Faux

Early 83

early Glee

Eckert Polish

Elberta Girl

EARLY CASCADE

Egyptian

Egg tomato

Emerald Apple

Evergreen

Eva's purple ball

Eva's Amish Stripe

Espana

Ferris Wheel

Feuerwerk /Fireworks

Fireball

Flame

Florida Pink

Fournaise

fox cherry

german Johnson

Galinia

Garden Peach

Gemini

German Lunchbox

German Red Strawberry

Georgia Streak

German Giant

Giant Belgium

giant ox-heart

giant italian pear

Glacier

Gogosha

golden nugget

golden queen

golden beauty

golden jubalee

Gold Medal

Goldman's Italian/American

Golden ponderosa

Golden Sunray

Gnome

granny smith

Green Zebra-

Green Pineapple

Green Giant

green moldovan

greater baltimore

Great white

grosse cotelee

Hellfrucht or Hell Fruit

Hughs

Huge Black

haiwiian pineapple

Henderson's "Windsall"

heatherington pink

Hawaiian pineapple

hienz 1439

hillbilly

homesweet

Homestead

Humongous Mong

Hungarian Oval

italian market wonder

italian giant beefsteak

Irwin

Isis Candy

Jaune Flamme

Japanese Red Triffle

Japanese black Triffle

jetstar

Jersey Devil

Juliet

kelloggs breakfast

kimberly

Kentucky Beefsteak

Kordinal

Kosovo

Liang

lemmony

Lights of Moscow

lemon Giant

Lilians yellow

MARTIAN GIANT

Magnum

Magnus

malakhitovaya Shkatulka

mammoth German gold

Market Wonder

Marglobe

Manitoba

Mexico

Michael's Portugese Monster

Millionaire

Moneymaker

Monomakh's Hat Tomato

MR Hawkins

MR Bruno

MR Stripey

Mortgage Lifter

monkey ass

moonglow

morning dew

mountain spring

Morado

Mule Team

Nebraska Wedding

New Yorker

New zealand Pear

Neves Azorean Red

novo gogoshary

Nyagous

OREGON SPRING

Oakling

Old German

old brooks

Old Flame

orenburg Giant

Omars lebansese

Orange persimmon

Orange Queen

President Garfield

paul Robeson

Palistine

Paragon

Peron

Phil's Fantastic

PINK BOAR

picardy

Piccolo Cherry

Pink Ping Pong

pink climber

pink giant tree

Plum yellow

Plum lemon

Ponderosa Pink

polish pastel

porters Pride

porterhouse

Principe Borgese

prichards scarlet topper

purple russian

purple calabash

Quarter Pounder with leaves

Raspberry Giant

Rebecca Sebastian's Bull Bag

Riesentraube cherry

red zebra

red pear

Red Star

red fig

Richardson

Rose Beauty

Rowdy Red

Royal Hillbilly

Roma-

ruby gold

Rutgers

Russo Silician-

San Marzano

santa cherry

Sara Black

Shaker Village

Shilling Giant

Siberian

sioux Slankards

SNOW WHITE

Stupice

Spear's Tennessee Green

Sodaki

Southern Night

Sicilian saucer

speccled roman

Stump of the World

striped german

Striped Marvel

Striped Hollow

Striped roman

super steak

super beefsteak

super marmande

SUGAR LUMP

Taxi

Tappy's Heritage

Tennessee Britches

tigerella

Tiffin Mennoniote

Thessaloniki

Todd Country Amish

Tommy Toes

Topper

Tropic

Triple Crop ( italian tree)

Ukrainian pear

Voggagoshary

Vorlon Violet

Jasper or (Tzi Bi U )

Watermelon Beefsteak

Wissconson Gold

white tomesol

white wonder

White Queen

yellow out-red in

Yellow Pear

yellow stuffer

Woodle Orange

Zapetec Pleated

Zogola

Hybrids:

better boy

Big Boy

early girl

beefsteak

Burpee's Super Sweet 100

Celebrity VFFNTA

Hybrid Champion VFNT

Hybrid Road Runner 2

Hamson

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RE: HAVE: Have Tomato seeds (Follow-Up #3)

posted by: petalsandbark on 03.06.2014 at 12:54 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

These are the Tomatoes I have. (only have trades of above)

abe linclon amish paste
ananas noire (black pineapple) big rainbow
black from tula black krim (blk crimson)
black sea man blondkopfchen
bloody butcher bonnie best
boxcar willie brandywine (blk-pink-red-yellow) calabash
carbon Cherokee purple
chocolate cherry clear pink early
costoluto Genovese cour di blue
crison cushion (redponderosa-beefsteak)
elberta peach emerald evergreen
german lunchbox giant Syrian
golden jubilee great white
green and red zebra gypsy
hillybilly(flame) indigo apple
indigo rose jet star
Kellogg's breakfast lg barred boar
marmade Missouri pink love apple
mortage lifter red moonglow
Nebraska wedding new Yorker
omar's Lebanese orange strawberry
persimmon orange pineapple
pink oxheart polish giant
principe Borghese purple Russian
red and yellow pear peisetomates
rio grande roma
Rutgers san marzano 2
Sheboygan Siberian
siletz silvery fir tree
soldacki stuice
Thessaloniki tigerella (mr stripey)
tommey toe tye-dye
white tomesol wi 55
yellow riesentraube

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RE: A unique cherry tomato that I grow (Follow-Up #68)

posted by: qaguy on 07.07.2013 at 11:26 pm in Growing Tomatoes Forum

Mine are about 5 foot tall now and doing wonderful.

One is almost ready.

Selbo's ribbed red cherry photo Selbosribbedredcherry_zps519eb2eb.jpg

Here's the plant from a couple of weeks ago. It's about
a foot taller now.

Selbo's Ribbed Red Cherry photo SelbosRedRibbedCherry_zpsd86f8841.jpg

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WANTED: Wild Boar,Bumble Bee,Tiger & Indigo Series Tomatos

posted by: pepperseedman on 01.06.2014 at 07:05 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

I am looking for these relatively new Tomato types that are being offered by some of the Tomato Seed Vendors this year. I have many varieties of Peppers and Tomatoes that I can offer in exchange for any of these (would be willing to trade 2-3 of my varieties for each of the varieties listed below). I just need about 3-4 seeds each. Let me know if you have any of these (would prefer to trade at least a few varieties at a time)

Looking for:

Pink Bumblebee
Purple Bumblebee
Green Tiger
Pink Tiger
Blush Tiger
Apple (Indigo)
Blue Berries (Indigo)
Blue Beauty (Indigo)

Large Barred Boar
Mint Julep
Pink Berkeley Tie Dye
Pink Boar
Pork Chop
Solar Flare
Sweet Carnernos Pink

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HAVE: Brown Turkey Fig cuttings

posted by: cactuspaul on 11.16.2013 at 10:50 pm in Plant Exchange Forum

I just trimmed my fig trees drastically and have several cuttings to offer. I also have

�Natchez thornless blackberrys cuttings or plants
�Apache (or Ouachita) erect thornless blackberry cuttings
�grapefruit x poncirus hardy for me zone 7 cuttings
�Elderberry cuttings or plants
�loquat cuttings
�Actinida arguta 'meader' male hardy kiwi
�Actinida ananasyna 'anna' female hardy kiwi
poncirus cuttings and seeds
plus have a lot of succulents to offer check my list

�Natchez thornless blackberrys cuttings or plants
�Apache (or Ouachita) erect thornless blackberry cuttings
�grapefruit x poncirus hardy for me cuttings
�Elderberry cuttings or plants
�loquat cuttings
�Actinida arguta 'meader' male hardy kiwi
�Actinida ananasnaya 'anna' female hardy kiwi

I am looking for other fig trees that would be hardy for me particularrly Chicago hardy and Celeste. Also other small fruit plants that would be hardy for me, currants, jostaberries and hoyas Let me know if their is any interest Paul

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HAVE: Inventory updated - ready to trade !

posted by: hattichranch on 12.04.2013 at 01:01 am in Seed Exchange Forum

SASE is ok(less than 5 packs of seeds please), trades are better. That being said, sometimes its just not possible to get a trade set up so don't hesitate to ask about SASE either. I just have way more seed than I'm going to be able to put to use so I'd love to share the wealth. Check out my seed and plant want list on my profile and lets see if we can set up some good trades.

Thanks for looking !

Have ....

ARUGULA: Rocket
ASPARAGUS BEAN: Longyard
BEET: Chioggia, Detroit Red, Golden
BOK CHOI: Baby Choi, Pechay,
BROCCOLI: Green Goliath, Green Sprouting Calabrese, Romanesco
BROCCOLI RAAB: Spring
BUSH GREEN BEAN: Contender, Blue Lake 247, French Filet, Heavyweight II, Kentucky King, Kitchen King, Royal Purple Pod, Stringless Green Pod,Tenderpod, Triumphe De Farcy
BUSH ITALIAN BEAN: Roma II
BUSH LIMA BEAN: Fordhook 242
BUSH WAX BEAN: Brittle Wax, Dragon�s Tongue, Eureka, Golden Wax Improved, Mellow Yellow
CABBAGE: Earliana, Red Acre, Repollo Savoy
CARROTS: Danvers Half Long, Little Fingers, Petite n� Sweet, Scarlet Nantes, Short n� Sweet, Touchon
CAULIFLOWER: Summer Harvest
CHICKORY: Catalogna
COLLARDS: Georgia
CORN: Bi-Licious Hybrid, Early Choice, Early n� Often, Early Sunglow, Golden Cross Bantam, Silver Queen
CORN SALAD: D�Etampes
CUCUMBERS: Burpless Beauty, Lemon, Straight Eight, Marketmore 76, Sweet Burpless, Bush Champion, Burpee Hybrid II, Picklebush, Burpee Pickler, Tasty Green
EGGPLANT: Black Beauty, Burpee Hybrid, Emperor�s Best Jumbo, Gourmet Blend, Louisiana Long Green, Pingtung Long
ENDIVE: Broadleaf Batavia, Green Curled
GOURD: Large Bottle, Small Fancy Mix,
HERBS: Catnip, Chives(Garlic and Common), Cilantro, Parsley(Italian Flat-Leaf and Curly-Leaf), Oregano, Sage, Rosemary, Mammoth Dill, Lavendar(True and Lady), Marjoram, Sweet Basil, Mrs. Burns Basil, Summer Savory, Sweet Marjoram
LETTUCE: Bibb Blend, Black-seeded Simpson, Burpee Bibb, Doree de Printemps, Four Seasons, Gourmet Blend, Great Lakes 118, Iceberg, Little Gem, Prizeleaf, Rosalita, Salad Bowl , Simpson Elite, Tom Thumb
MELON: Burpee Hybrid, Caravelle, Cool Green, Early Silver Line, Hearts of Gold, Hale�s Jumbo Best, Orange Cream, Sweet Breakfast, Sweet n� Early, Verdantais
MESCULUN: Salad Mix, Spicy Mix, Sweet Salad Mix
MUSTARD: Cooks Custom, India, Red Giant, Tendergreen
OKRA: Clemson Spineless
ONION: Babossa, Early Bunch, Long White Bunching
ORIENTAL GREENS: Senposai
PEAS(Snap and Shell): Dark-seeded Early Perfection, Dwarf Gray Sugar, Garden Sweet, Goliath, Mammoth Melting, Oregon Sugar, Recruit, Snowbird, Sugar Daddy, Thomas Laxton
PEPPERS: Anaheim, Burpees Hot Mix, Big Dipper, California Wonder, Carnival Mix, Chinese Giant, Costa Rican Sweet, Habanero, Padron, Maxibelle, Mini Bell Mix, Jalapeno, Sweet Banana, Sweet Ruby, Serrano.
PUMPKIN: Early Sweet Sugar Pie, Triple Treat, Small Sugar, Jack Be Little, Jack-O-Lantern, Rouge vif D� Etampes, Hercules, Connecticut Field, Big Max, Small Sugar
RADISH: Cherry Belle, French Blush, French Breakfast, White Icicle
SPINACH: Avon, Baby�s Leaf, Bloomsdale Long-Standing, Salad Fresh
SWISS CHARD: Fordhook, Red and White Mix
TOMATO: Beefsteak, Better Boy, Black Brandywine, Bloody Butcher, Blondkopfchen, Burpee�s Big Boy, Chadwick Cherry, Constoluto Genovese, Gajo de Melon, Gardener�s Delight, Green Zebra, Indigo Rose, Juane Flamme, Jubilee, Marglobe, Pink Brandywine, Red and Yellow Pear Mix, Roma, Rutgers, San Marzano, Summer Choice, Super Beefsteak, Supersteak Hybrid, Super Sweet 100, Super Italian Paste, Waspicinchon Peach, Yellow Pear
TOMATILLO: Toma Verde
TURNIP: Purple-Top White Globe
SUMMER SQUASH: Black Beauty, Butterstick Hybrid, Hybrid Zucchini, Teeny Zucchini, Fordhook, Early Prolific Straightneck, Pic-n-Pic, Early Golden Crookneck
WATERMELON: Charlston Grey, Crimson Sweet, Sugar Baby, Congo, Carolina Cross #183, Orange Tendersweet
WINTER SQUASH: Boston Marrow, Buttercup, Delicata, Spaghetti, Goldetti Hybrid, Walthan Butternut

ACHILLEA: Cherries Jubilee
ALYSSUM: Carpet Of Snow
BACHELORS BUTTONS: Blue Boy, Tall Double Mix
BABY�S BREATH: Early Snowball
CANTERBURY BELLS: Cup and Saucer
CHINESE FORGET-ME-NOT: Firmament
CHRYSANTHEMUM: Robinson Red
COLEUS: Rainbow
COLUMBINE: Harlequin Mix
CONVOVULUS: Blue Enchantment, Enchantment Mix
COSMOS: Bright Lights Mix, Sensation
DELPHINIUM: Pacific Giants
FOUR O� CLOCK: Tall Mi, Kaleidoscope
FOXGLOVE: Foxy
HOLLYHOCKS: Giants Mix
IMPATIENS: Flavours Hybrid Mix
LARKSPUR: Giants Imperial
MARIGOLD: Burpees� Best, Happy Days, Jaguar, Snowdrift, Sunset Giants
MONARDA: Bee Balm
MOONFLOWER: Giant White
MORNING GLORY: Blue Star, Crimson Rambler, Heavenly Blue, Milky Way, Scarlet O�Hara, Pearly Gates, Tall Mix
NASTURTIUM: Jewel, Vesuvius
ORIENTAL POPPY: Brilliant Red, Pizzicato, Shirley Poppy Single, Mix
PAINTED DAISY: Giants Mix
PANSY: Blueberry Sundae, Trimardeau
PETUNIA: Royalty
POPPY: California Orange, California Sunset Mix
PORTULACA: Magic Carpet
RUDBECKIA: Moroccan Sun
SHASTA DAISY: Silver Princess
SNAPDRAGON: Fordhook Tall
SUNFLOWER: Chianti
SWEET PEA: Galaxy, Heavenly Goddess, Sweet Dreams
VIOLA: Johnny Jump Up, Blue and Yellow Mix
WILD FLAX: Saphyr
ZINNIA: Burpeeana Giants, Cactus-Flowered, Giant Flowered, Cut and Come Again, Lilliput, Pinwheel
MIXES: Heralds of Spring, Burpees Wildflower Cutting, Burpees Wildflower Perennial

This post was edited by hattichranch on Tue, Dec 10, 13 at 12:55

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Starting strawberries from seed

posted by: Moosetrackz on 05.09.2013 at 09:36 pm in Fruit & Orchards Forum

Hello everybody!
I've been gardening for a few years now and have a pink lemon tree, kumquat tree and Goji berry but Ive never grown anything from seed. I ordered some heirloom tomatoes and Strawberry Alpine White Soul (Fragaria Vesca) seeds. The tomatoes seem simple enough to start but when I looked up how to do the strawberries it got kind of complicated. Can anyone explain how to turn these strawberry seeds into plants please?

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RE: HAVE: seeds for trade (Follow-Up #2)

posted by: smiln32 on 01.22.2014 at 11:52 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

I have hot pepper jalepeno tam (10 seeds), sweet marjoram, cilantro, lemon mint and heart of gold canteloupe (10 seeds) - sorry but I am low on a few of the specialty seeds.

for your lemon balm, cosmos mix, black beauty zucchini, sugar baby watermelon and orange manzano pepper.

Thank you.

Carla (Rockwall, TX) ;)

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HAVE: Tommy Toe and Sweet Pea Currant Tomatoes

posted by: EricaBraun on 01.27.2014 at 10:43 pm in Seed Exchange Forum

Fresh, organic, non-GMO tomato seeds. My tomato plants are grown indoors in a hydroponic system and are hand-pollinated. Grown organically. Packed 1/27/14 (dried for 1 week prior to packing).

I'm eager to trade for fruit, vegetables and herbs that I don't currently have. Please check out my trade list

This post was edited by EricaBraun on Mon, Jan 27, 14 at 23:12

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HAVE: Pomegranate Seeds & more for trade :)

posted by: ZenYang on 01.29.2014 at 03:23 am in Seed Exchange Forum

Hi everyone,
I had such a blast trading last summer on this forum and though I would do it again ;)

I have some fresh pomegranate seeds, Guava seeds, prickly pear and more available for trade! Please check out my trade list.

I'm hoping someone with any of these seeds will reach out:
- Sweet 100s
- Black Cherry
- Yellow/Cherry red Pear tomato
- Stevia
- Jasmine
- lavender
- Mint
- Mini Bell pepper mix

I would love to trade for almost anything that's interesting or edible

Thanks :)
http://members.gardenweb.com/members/exch/ZenYang

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HAVE: Strawberry Guava tree

posted by: meixue on 08.24.2013 at 12:55 am in Plant Exchange Forum

I have a 4-5 foot strawberry guava tree that I would like to trade for either:

1) Black Mission or Brown Turkey tree.
2) Orange tree
3) Asian guava tree (whitish outside pink inside).

Contact me if you want to discuss a possible trade!
Best,
Michelle

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Pruning-need help, new to fig gardening

posted by: tdschutes101 on 08.14.2013 at 10:23 pm in Fig Forum

How do I cut/prune fig trees to trade the cuttings
Where on the tree do I cut?
How long do the cuttings need to be to be replanted?
Is there any part of the tree to defiantly not cut, because of hurting the tree?

Thank you very much,
Trevor:)

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Fig Cuttings For Trade or Postage

posted by: eukofios on 12.01.2012 at 10:44 pm in Fig Forum

I have lots of cuttings and will have more. If you would like them, let me know and I can send some, if you'll send back the postage plus the cost of the mailer. The mailers are about $1.50 and postage usually a couple of dollars. I don't want payment for the cuttings, just reimbursement for mailing.

I moved a fig tree today and pruned it heavily. I think it is Brunswick / Magnolia / Dalmatica / Madonna. It was a NOID cutting collected 10 years ago in Vancouver WA that looks most like the Brunswick type fig. The figs are large, tan color, pale cream color inside, very very sweet. Here in Maritime NW the brebas usually fall off. The Main crop is also fairly late, so I don't get a lot of figs. I'm moving the tree to a sunnier spot to see if it does better.

I will also have cuttings available for the following next month. They are listed with the name I obtained them as, first, then what I think are synonyms if there are any.

Petite negri. For me this is a slow growing small tree. It's easy for me to grow from cuttings. Sometimes I get fair breba crop but mostly main crop. I lose a few of the main crop due to rainy fall. The figs have a great "fig" flavor. Fairly small fig but great "figgy" flavor. Not as sweet as Brunswick.

Hardy Chicago. I get few or no breba, but it's the first of my main crop, and I usually get lots of figs. They have a great "fig" flavor. Fairly small fig but flavor is similar to that of dried figs, I like it a lot. Not as sweet as Brunswick.

King / Desert King. These are green outside, red inside. This is my best for breba crop. They are almost all breba, but unlike the web info I do get a few main crop. This is my most vigorous grower. Very sweet.

Lattarula / Lemon / Blanche / Italian Honey / White Marselles. Good here for both breba and main crop. Green fig, cream colored center, very sweet but less of the 'figginess'.

I am hoping to add a couple of new or novel varieties so if you have one that needs pruning and seems interesting, I might be interested. Not interested in Turkey fig, tried that and didn't like it.

The Brunswick are already cut. The others I plan to cut this month.

I've tried various ways of growing cuttings. Usually I stick them, half their length, into the soil of a planter that is being used for other plants, and just water as needed for the other plants. I get about 80% of my cuttings to root that way, which is plenty for me with minimal effort. The more involved methods are probably better and maybe faster.

The pictured figs are Hardy Chicago (left top), Brunswick (right top) and Petite negri (left bottom)

Here is a link that might be useful: Petite negri fig tree

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Best figs for this zone

posted by: gritslad on 05.08.2011 at 02:34 pm in Virginia Gardening Forum

Besides the ubiquitous Celeste and Brown Turkey, what are your favorite figs to grow in this area? If anyone is interested in swapping cuttings, let me know. I have what is either a Brown Turkey or a Celeste or perhaps a hybrid.

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