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    Chef1MOM~Connie
    Sat May 02, 2009 11:41 am
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    Diana #2 wrote:
    Secret Agent wrote:

    Sorry, I have not been lurking on the boards much due to MIL passing away. I am missing her.
    Mother in Law Fudge
    SA icon_cry.gif


    SA, I'm so sorry to hear.

    I know exactly how you feel. I miss mine too. She was the most fantastic lady I'd ever met. I loved her dearly, and even though she's been gone for more than 20 years, I still get choked up thinking of her. icon_cry.gif But....smile a lot too. icon_smile.gif


    SA- I am sorry for your loss of a loved lady.
    Like Diana I lost my MIL 18 years ago and not a day goes by that she does not enter my heart. Diana I bet she and your mama are dancing or playing Bingo together. She is one of the greatest ladies I ever had the fortune to love.

    ps- I sent MikeKey some POLE beans as you told me. icon_biggrin.gif Thank you for the heads up.
    Secret Agent
    Sat May 02, 2009 4:40 pm
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    Chef1MOM wrote:
    Diana #2 wrote:
    Secret Agent wrote:

    Sorry, I have not been lurking on the boards much due to MIL passing away. I am missing her.
    Mother in Law Fudge
    SA icon_cry.gif


    SA, I'm so sorry to hear.

    I know exactly how you feel. I miss mine too. She was the most fantastic lady I'd ever met. I loved her dearly, and even though she's been gone for more than 20 years, I still get choked up thinking of her. icon_cry.gif But....smile a lot too. icon_smile.gif


    SA- I am sorry for your loss of a loved lady.
    Like Diana I lost my MIL 18 years ago and not a day goes by that she does not enter my heart. Diana I bet she and your mama are dancing or playing Bingo together. She is one of the greatest ladies I ever had the fortune to love.

    ps- I sent MikeKey some POLE beans as you told me. icon_biggrin.gif Thank you for the heads up.


    Thank you all for the kind thoughts. KeeWee, I will z-mail you soonest regarding the Moon Flower seeds. I am working on MIL's memorial luncheon for the 10th. There is so much to do.

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    Charlotte J
    Mon Aug 03, 2009 11:02 am
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    Secret Agent wrote:
    Does anyone have some extra Moon Flower seeds? All I have left are miscellaneous jumbled up seed - all veggies butI have no idea what they are!

    SA icon_cool.gif


    My MIL has a Moon Flower and I can send you seed this fall.



    I could not tell you the verity but I know they are Moon Flowers.
    Charlotte J
    Mon Aug 03, 2009 11:07 am
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    I'm a member of Seed Savers Exchange from Decorah Iowa and went to there seed conference this past July.

    Had a lot of fun learning how to dry and save your seeds how to store and a lot of other things.

    I'll try to post my heritage tomato seed list, that I'll be saving this fall, after I find my planting book.
    Small Town Cook
    Fri Aug 21, 2009 11:18 pm
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    My hibiscus (perennials) are in high bloom this year and are doing great at over 6 1/2 ft high. Anyone interested in seeds, zmail me your address and I'll send you some. I have them in white and dark fuschia. I live in Michigan and these ones are hardy. People we gave seeds to last year say theirs are over 2 feet high this year.

    ps: they will be sent out in the next month as the seed pods dry out.
    lauralie41
    Wed Oct 07, 2009 12:09 pm
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    Small-Town Cook wrote:
    My hibiscus (perennials) are in high bloom this year and are doing great at over 6 1/2 ft high. Anyone interested in seeds, zmail me your address and I'll send you some. I have them in white and dark fuschia. I live in Michigan and these ones are hardy. People we gave seeds to last year say theirs are over 2 feet high this year.

    ps: they will be sent out in the next month as the seed pods dry out.


    oh gosh, your hibiscus sound very pretty! my backyard doesnt have a lot of sunlight thru the day and I dont have any seeds to trade with you from a garden. icon_sad.gif
    ~Leslie~
    Sun Jan 17, 2010 10:55 am
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    Small-Town Cook wrote:
    My hibiscus (perennials) are in high bloom this year and are doing great at over 6 1/2 ft high. Anyone interested in seeds, zmail me your address and I'll send you some. I have them in white and dark fuschia. I live in Michigan and these ones are hardy. People we gave seeds to last year say theirs are over 2 feet high this year.

    ps: they will be sent out in the next month as the seed pods dry out.


    Well, I'm about 3 months late, but wondering if you still have some of these seeds?
    I'd love some!
    I will look and see what seeds I have to trade and send to you icon_biggrin.gif
    Chilicat
    Mon Apr 19, 2010 11:57 am
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    It's probably too late by now, but I have an extra packet of margherita tomato seeds from Park Seeds if anyone wants it. It's a paste tomato that's supposed to be good for cooking or sun drying (I'm trying it for the first time - wish me luck!). If you're interested, zmail me.
    KGCOOK
    Sat May 22, 2010 9:10 am
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    Kawaiineko32 wrote:
    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


    I can get you spacemaster seed or plants.
    I can even ship them to you!
    Also other patio or pot type veggie plants.
    KGCOOK
    Sat May 22, 2010 9:20 am
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    HERBS

    Sage, common
    Parsley, Italian flat leaf
    Sweet Marjoram
    Oregano, Italian
    Mustard, Southern giant curled
    Thyme, Common
    Savory, Summer
    Cilantro, slow bolt
    Basil, Lemon Basil
    Chive
    magpie diner
    Sat Jul 24, 2010 11:19 pm
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    Love the idea of seed swapping...I have what might be a dumb question.

    I'm in Canada, can I send seeds internationally? Hmmm. I'm thinking not. Even tho they're harmless veggies!

    If anyone is in Canada and wants to swap, right now I have arugula, peas and soon (hopefully) radishes, spinach & lettuce.
    KGCOOK
    Sun Jul 25, 2010 9:55 pm
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    magpie diner wrote:
    Love the idea of seed swapping...I have what might be a dumb question.

    I'm in Canada, can I send seeds internationally? Hmmm. I'm thinking not. Even tho they're harmless veggies!

    If anyone is in Canada and wants to swap, right now I have arugula, peas and soon (hopefully) radishes, spinach & lettuce.


    I work at a nursery in Seward Nebraska and we ship all over the world.
    Seeds too. Live plants only in the USA.
    You just have to go to your post office and let them know that you are mailing seeds and then they have you fill out customs papers.
    No big deal...at least it isn't from this end.
    Course you could be sneaky about it too and not tell. Just wrap it really good.
    Amberngriffinco
    Fri Aug 27, 2010 1:07 pm
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    I don't have anything out of the ordinary, HOWEVER, I am now in love with Heirloom tomatoes! I had a big fat one the other day and duh, didn't save a seed! It was,I think, a, oh, I forget the name.... it was huge, meaty, a brownish dark red.. I know it wasn't really striped.
    KGCOOK
    Fri Aug 27, 2010 3:22 pm
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    Amberngriffinco wrote:
    I don't have anything out of the ordinary, HOWEVER, I am now in love with Heirloom tomatoes! I had a big fat one the other day and duh, didn't save a seed! It was,I think, a, oh, I forget the name.... it was huge, meaty, a brownish dark red.. I know it wasn't really striped.




    Black Russian, Black from Tula, Could be Brandy Wine, There is another black one but can't recall the name either,. Many tomatoes fit that description. But does sound more like the black Russian.
    Where did you get it?
    I will see if I can find more for you and maybe we can find the one you had.
    Store bought vegetables normally are treated so they won't reproduce but if you bought from a farmers market then they aren't treated (because they can't do that).
    KGCOOK
    Fri Aug 27, 2010 3:34 pm
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