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Looking to Trade Heirloom Veggie Seeds for Fruit/Herb Plants

ksseedling
12 years ago

Hi, I am looking to trade some of my heirloom vegetable seeds and herb seeds for other edibles. Let me know what you have and we will see if we can work something out. I am looking for mostly fruit cuttings, plants, or seeds and all medicinal herbs that I do not already have. Looking for all kinds of berries, grapes, hardy kiwi, gooseberries, currants, bush cherries, or anything else you have and recommend. For those who have wild plants growing freely I would love to trade some of them also. I live in Zone 5 and am interested to hear about anything that is hardy enough for me to grow! Thanks to all who participate and Happy Growing! Erin

My Haves for Trade:

Heirloom Seeds:

Amaranth-Red Garnet

Beet- Bulls Blood

Beans- Scarlet Runner Bean, Turkey Gizzard (pole), Lentils

Broccoli- Early Purple Sprouting

Cabbage- Late Flat Dutch

Carrot- Amsterdam Mincor, Red Core Chanteney

Celery- Golden Self Blanching

Corn- Black Aztec

Kale- Lacinato, Russian Red

Lettuce- Mascara, Winter Density, Yugoslavian Red Butterhead, Paris White Cos, Red Deer Tongue

Melons- Noir des Carmes, Old Original Israeli, Prescott Fond Blanc

Okra- Emerald Green Velvet, Red Burgandy

Peas- Lincoln Shell, Mammoth Melting Sugar Snow, Early Frosty Pea

Peppers- Corno Di Toro, Hungarian Hot Wax, Jalapeno, Paprika Amla, Tobasco, Balloon, Orange Sun

Pumpkins- Connecticut Field

Sorghum- Sugar Drip

Spinach- Viroflay, Winter Bloomsdale

Squash- Green Stripped Cushaw, Early Straightneck Prolific Summer, Cocozelle Italian Marrow,White Patty Pan, Pennsylvania Dutch Crookneck, Luffa Gourd

Tobacco- Scherazi

Tomato- Yellow Plum, Pink Brandywine, Red Brandywine, Cherokee Purple, Polish Paste, White Wonder

Watermelon- Moon and Stars, Cream of Saskatchewan

Heirloom Herb Seeds:

Basil, Genovese

Bee Balm

Borage

Butterfly Milkweed, Bloodflower

Burdock

Chamomile, German

Chives, both Garlic and Onion

Cilantro/Coriander, Santo

Echinacea, Purple Coneflower

Elecampane

Feverfew

Horehound

Hyssop

Joe Pye Weed

Lamb's Ears

Lemon Balm

Lovage

Marjoram, Sweet

Marsh Mallow

Parsley, Italian

Peppermint

Plantain

Red Clover

Soapwort

Tansy

Thyme, English

Thyme, Winter

Wormwood

Yarrow

Others:

Anise

Dill

Fennel

Fenugreek

Milk Thistle

Mustard, Brown

Radish

Pink Bean

Black Turtle Bean

Garbonzo Bean

Mung

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