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HAVE: Tons of organic garden seeds, some rare and heirloom.

10 years ago

All of the seeds are organic, and were harvested this season.

To trade, I'd like colorful, or eye catching tomatoes, peppers (peter pepper?) Rose clippings, or angels trumpet clippings (especially double!) Message me if you have anything unusual, or particularly beautiful, or delicious :)

I have:

Rio Grande Hot Chile

RARE, Heirloom

A prolific and colorful, versatile 3" garden chile with fruits maturing from yellow to red. Slightly hotter than a jalapeno.

Early Moonbeam Watermelon

RARE, Heirloom

This melon is so sweet and juicy that you can eat most of the rind too. It is an icebox size 5-8 lbs with butter yellow flesh and colorful dark and light green exterior. The small size make it perfect for a one sitting feast. This melon is well suited to short season climates as it will mature early

Oaxacan Pink Tomato

RARE, Heirloom

Beautiful, clear pink, flat-round fruits with character and good flavor. Originally from Oaxaca, Mexico. Best trelllised.

Thessaloniki Tomato

RARE, Heirloom

Developed in Greece. Round red fruit with mildly earthy, slightly acidic flavor resists sun scald and cracking. Indeterminate.

Sweet 100 Tomato

This garden favorite bears 100 or more small, sweet red tomatoes in clusters on long branches.

Bursting with sugary flavor, Sweet 100s produce scarlet, cherry-sized fruits in long clusters right up to frost.

Green Tomatillo

Tomatillos, a staple in Mexican dishes, are used for fresh or cooked green sauces. Fruits give a citrusy, tart and tangy lemon flavor when picked firm.

Red Cherry Pepper

The Red Cherry sweet pepper has small roundish fruits about 1.5" across. The peppers are delicious either red or green and go great in salads. Also a great pepper for pickling.

Banana Pepper

The famous "Yellow Banana Pepper" is a big favorite for flavoring meat dishes and casseroles. Tangy, but not hot.

Great in containers and sunny flower beds.

Full size peppers can be picked at any color, but are spiciest when red.

Orange Bell Pepper

Beautiful blocky orange bells with thick, sweet walls color up early under the protective plant canopy. Harvest early fruit to encourage additional fruit set.

Red Bell Pepper

Sweet, juicy, classic 3-4” bell peppers that ripen from dark green to red on vigorous, upright plants. Excellent fresh, roasted, sautéed or stuffed.


Most familiar in their green stage, jalapeños are hottest and fully ripe when they turn red. Use fresh, pickled, or in sauces.

Sparky Marigold

Sparky is not your ordinary marigold! It has a very unusual flower form that is wide and wavy.

The colors are vivid shades of deep orange and yellow.

It will remind you of a sunset.

Maximilian Sunflower

Maximilian sunflower is a perennial sunflower mainly found from Manitoba to Texas but it is also found scattered throughout the tall grass prairie. The flowers run about three inches across but there are a lot of them. They start blooming as early as the first week of September and continue for about 5 weeks. At the peak the top half of the plant is covered with these flowers for about three weeks making a very spectacular display. Naturally the bees love them and monarch butterflys like to stop by them on their way south. Finally the goldfinches feast on the seeds from mid-October to mid-November.