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    michEgan
    Fri Oct 19, 2007 4:08 pm
    Forum Host
    I thought this would be nice if anyone has or wants seeds. Maybe you can list your seeds you have available and seeds you are looking for. I hope you all had a fun season growing your flowers and vegetables. Please make sure all your seeds are properly dried and packaged.
    KeyWee
    Sat Oct 20, 2007 8:10 am
    Forum Host
    Great idea, Mich! And I have seeds!
    I classify mine in two ways ~ fall sow and spring sow. That way, I know if I will need to plant them now or hold them until the ground warms again. Some seeds won't overwinter in the ground, such as zinnias, but it really depends on your zone.
    I mostly save flower seeds ~ right now I have castor beans (thanks to YOU for the seeds from last year!), hyacinth beans, zinnias, cleomes, and many others that I will have to go out into the barn and check on in my seed box. I will add more when I get a chance.
    Chef #532663
    Sat Oct 20, 2007 9:59 pm
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    This is a good idea and is already a planned event!
    See in the contests and events forum for details.

    Lorie
    Verelucky
    Thu Nov 01, 2007 7:54 pm
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    KeyWee wrote:
    Great idea, Mich! And I have seeds!
    I classify mine in two ways ~ fall sow and spring sow. That way, I know if I will need to plant them now or hold them until the ground warms again. Some seeds won't overwinter in the ground, such as zinnias, but it really depends on your zone.
    I mostly save flower seeds ~ right now I have castor beans (thanks to YOU for the seeds from last year!), hyacinth beans, zinnias, cleomes, and many others that I will have to go out into the barn and check on in my seed box. I will add more when I get a chance.
    I would love zinnias and cleomes seeds!!!! I had castor bean seeds but they didn't make it. My flowers had a rough yr... mainly because I had a rough yr with posion ivy or whatever it was.... all summer long!!!!!!!! My flower beds are sad.... icon_sad.gif If you want to send some my way I'd be happy to receive them! Let me know and I'll zmail you my address...
    michEgan
    Tue Jan 08, 2008 11:53 am
    Forum Host
    Hello!

    What I have to offer:

    Limited German Queen Tomato seeds. I will give 8 to 10 seeds per pack. You must mail me a self addressed envelope. zmail me for my address.


    What I am looking for:

    Heirloom paste tomato seeds or other Heirloom tomato seeds
    Heavenly Blue Morning Glory seeds
    RED zinnia seeds
    Herb seeds, Cilantro, oregano, sage, summer savory or winter savory. NO MINT!
    Squash seeds, zucchini, and fall squash
    Scottschef
    Tue Jan 15, 2008 10:17 pm
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    I have been looking everywhere for seeds for a WV Centennial tomato.........or the 1863 Tomato......I have heard it called both................if anyone out there has a clue in life what I'm talking about ..............well.......I will clean your house............and cook dinner!!!!!!!!!!!!! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    Cheri
    michEgan
    Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:34 pm
    Forum Host
    here is a good site , also a number on where you can get the seeds!
    Good luck.

    [url] www.wvu.edu/~Agexten/sustanag/Organic/Tomato%20Seed.pdf
    [/url]
    bullseye
    Sat Feb 02, 2008 10:33 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Seeds I have to trade:

    HAVE:
    1. purple cone flower seeds
    2. mystic merlin mallow seeds
    3. pink catchfly seeds
    4. blue love-in-a-mist seeds
    5. perennial blue flax
    6. scarlet runner beans
    7. Al neon lights 4 o clock seeds
    8. love lies bleeding seeds
    9.portulaca seeds
    10. balsam mix seeds
    11. milkweed seeds
    12. pink lupins seeds
    13. oriental poppy seeds
    14. peony like poppy seeds
    15. swamp hibiscus seeds
    16. Annual hibiscus
    17. rudbeckia yellow seeds
    18. sunflower tall red
    19. cosmos sunset seeds
    20. tri-colour daisy seeds
    21. hollyhocks mix seeds




    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


    Seeds and bulbs I am looking for:

    1. morning glory ( ipomoea purpurea and tricolour )
    2. sweet peas ( cupani, painted lady and perfume delight )
    3. canna and call lily bulbs and rhizome
    4. trumpet honeysuckle
    5. Yvonne red salvia
    6. Dahlia bulbs
    CelestialShannon
    Tue Mar 18, 2008 3:41 pm
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    IF YOU HURRY TO YOUR LOCAL ALDI STORE - THEY HAVE BULBS IN STOCK!!
    Zeldaz
    Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:59 pm
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    I am looking for seeds for the Chihuahuan Desert. I have culture shock after moving from NY/Canada.
    Potatoes Browning
    Mon Jan 05, 2009 2:09 pm
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    Hi there!
    This is a great idea. I have some things lying around. I'll see what I've got. This is what I can think of now;

    HAVE
    Basil, Sacred green (Tulsi)
    Love lies bleeding.
    Sunflower, several varieties.
    I'll keep editing as I go along.

    Fry Guy
    Emily_Texas24
    Sat Feb 14, 2009 7:01 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I would like to start an herb garden! I only have packets of flower seeds, the number by the flowers are how many packets I have. Only herbs please!

    [1] Red Petunia
    [1] Yvonne's Salvia
    [1] Zinnia
    [1] White Datura
    [1] Yellow Thomas Jefferson Iris
    [1] Peaches 'N' Dreams Double Hollyhock
    [1] Amaryllis
    [1] Blue Indigo
    [1] Small Ruffled Marigold
    [1] Scarlett Runner Beans
    [1] Peach Poppies
    [2] Mixed Morning glory
    [1] Yellow Cornflower
    [1] Blazing Star
    [1] Purple Lablab
    [1] Clematis
    [1] Gazanias
    [2] Hollyhock
    [1] White Coneflower
    [1] Mixed Marigold
    [1] Tansy
    [1] Loves Lies Bleeding
    [1] Calico Flower

    If you would to trade, zmail me please.
    linda ann 2u
    Tue Feb 17, 2009 11:04 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    What a wonderful idea and friendship circle it would create. I am looking for something to trade. I live in So. Il
    FloridaNative
    Sat Mar 14, 2009 1:51 pm
    Food.com Groupie
    Hi all wave.gif
    I think this is a great idea too, I've got seeds from my organic red, orange and yellow bell peppers, jalapeno peppers, and also from some butternut squash...nothing exotic here, just plain old veggies...I don't usually plant from seed as I'm too busy to keep up with the babies, but this year we are as the last few times we've bought plants we've lost them and I can's see wasting the money icon_confused.gif so I'll start my peppers from seed then have to give them away I'll have so many babies...but what are friends for, right? I've heard that you so many times don't get the same plant from the seeds of hybrid plants, but I'm still game.

    We had our first 'backyard garden' last year, with tremendous results from 2 tomatoes, 1 yellow pepper, 1 red pepper, 1 green pepper, and 1 jalapeno pepper. I didn't can anything, but we had fresh peppers and tomatoes up through November, with our long growing season. We lost our squash, cukes, and honeydews to the squash bugs, but had 2 beautiful seedless watermelons, 2 honey tangerines (from our 1st season baby tree), and we also have an avocado and pomegranate planted, but no fruit yet. Onions were great...nothing like going out to the garden and digging up a fresh onion to use with dinner...anyway, I ramble icon_lol.gif

    We want to plant radishes and lettuce this year...have to check the almanac on the lettuces as I haven't a clue, but I think they would do okay now, before it gets too hot. I've heard from a friend of mine that broccoli is great for a home garden, but I don't know how it does here in our hot/humid area...anybody know?

    zmail if you'd like any pepper seeds...or butternut squash...
    FN
    Kawaiineko32
    Wed Mar 25, 2009 5:20 pm
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    Hello; thanks for offering this thread. It's a great resource for those looking for seeds. I'm debating doing container gardening and a seed variety I'm looking for evades me.

    This is what I'm looking for. A bush-type variety of cucumber; it's called the spacemaster. Unfortunately it's not available where I live; compact bush varieties of cucumbers aren't available PERIOD where I live.

    I can offer you seeds
    for flowers, herbs, and/or vegetables that are available where I live. Please give an idea of what type of seeds (flower, herb, or vegetable) that you're looking for, and I'll do my best to acquire them. If worse comes to worse and I can't acquire a seed that you're looking for, I'll reimburse you via what you paid for the seed packet .

    I'm asking this request because I can't order the cucumber seeds via an online seed catalog; the reason is because the only way I have of paying for said seed packet is via a money order, which I know they won't accept. It's not feasible for me to pay for the seed packet via a credit or debit card; if it was, I would take that route.

    Here is a link of the type of seed I'm looking for:

    http://www.burpee.com/product/vegetables/cucumbers/bush/cucumber+spacemaster++-+1+packet(30seeds).do

    I don't know why, but when you click on the link it won't redirect to that product page. You'll have to copy and paste manually into your web browser and then it will redirect to that product on their website.

    Or you can click on the link and it will redirect you the homepage of their site. You'll then have to click the "vegetables" link; from there a whole list of vegetables will be listed. Go to "cucumbers" and it will open up another page that displays their varieties of cucumber. Click on "spacemaster" and it will display the product that way.


    If you want t0 e-mail in regards to this request you can do so via z-mail on zaar, or you can send an e-mail to one of these addresses:

    Jesusbeloved29@yahoo.com
    fanaticbaker14@hotmail.com
    zealousone888@yahoo.com
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