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WLOMWL SWAP RULES AND WISH LISTS.

PLEASE DO NOT POST QUESTIONS HERE. THIS THREAD WILL BE FOR SWAP RULES AND WISH LISTS ONLY. :}


Eligible Participants
Everyone is welcomed to join in on this swap. Though we have many returning participants, we always welcome new swappers.

Important Dates:

Sign up now through December, 31st
Post your wish list by December, 31st
Mail your seeds to me no later than January 19th,
I will mail back to you by February 1st



Your Wish List:

Post your wish list here by December 31st, the sooner the better.

THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT.please take time to prepare your wish list! If your looking for pink flowers or flowers for sun to add to your garden, please don't write anything pink or anything for sun. Do a little homework and list names of plants that you would like to grow. A simple search on google or a nice seed site will give you many options to list that will work for your zone/requirements. Please be as specific as you can when wishing.


Eligible Seeds:

The only seeds sent in to this swap should be from a players wish list. Any seeds sent in that are not on a wish list will be considered as extras and will not count towards your return package.

Please do not send seeds that are more than three years old. The exception to this rule is if it a very rare find that's on a wish list.

Please do not send dollar store type bargain seeds as I have never seen those on anyone's wish list!

Do send seeds you have harvested or good quality seeds left from your commercial packets.

Read wish lists carefully. If a person lists only specific varieties of a plant, that is what they want.

If someone says "Surprise me," you may do so, but send only 1 per player and make sure they are something special and appropriate for the recipient's garden. Be sure to write "Surprise" on the label.

Try to send seeds for as many different people as possible. If someone asks for rather common seeds, it's safe to assume others will send in some of those too. If everyone sends in the commons, we all get some!

Mark each packet you send in clearly and legibly with

(a) name of the plant, including scientific name if possible
(b) year the seed was harvested or packaged for
(c) recipient's name
(d) your name


Be as generous as you can in the number of seeds per packet.
Normally 25 or so seeds is about right with more for tiny seeds and perhaps fewer for very large or rare seeds.

If you send seed packets with small amounts of seeds, they will be combined to make a fair trade packet.
If you have only enough seeds for one packet, send one packet. An exception to this rule: If you have just a bit of something very rare, most of us would rather receive a small amount than none.

If you send multiple packets of the very same seed for one person, they will count as only one packet.
(When someone says duplicates are okay that is a note to me and it means duplicates that just happen to come in from different people.)

Packing for Mailing

Group seed packets by recipients screen name and enclose them in a baggie or envelope. Please don't make them hard to separate. I may have to separate if a player has too many sent in for them. This is where we have to redistribute to other players.

Enclose the following information in the package with your seeds:

(a) Total number of packets
(b) Number of packets of flowers
(c) Number of packets of edibles, including vegetables, fruit, edible herbs

Seeds You Will Receive:

How many of your wishes are filled depends on what is sent in for you by the other players in the swap.

If fewer packets are sent in for you than you sent to me, you will receive duplicates or substitutions that I think you might enjoy growing.

As far as possible, I will send back to you the same sort of seeds that you send in:
mostly named in = mostly named out;
mostly generic in = mostly generic out;
mostly veggies in = mostly veggies out.


THIS IS NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE BUT I WILL DO MY BEST

Return Shipping:

There are two options for your return envelope.

1. Priority/flat rate shipping which is 7.20 for the bubble envelope. The USPS provides padded mailers at no extra charge. The cost includes tracking and delivery confirmation.

2. first class mail-you may send in the same amount in stamps that it costs you to mail. NOTE: there will not be a tracking number this way! I'll simply reuse your mailer, add your stamps and drop your return envelope in the nearest drop box. Do keep in mind that if you are requesting "heavy" seeds and didn't send in heavy seeds you may have to pay extra to get your package from the post office.

I think that's it!

Comments (48)

  • EricaBraun
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    1. Your most bizarre - Anything that really stands out due to unique characteristics.
    2. Your most tasty - Any edible you grow season after season, because it's just that good.
    3. Unusual Solanacea.
    4. Your favorite heirloom.
    5. Rare medicinal herbs.
    6. Ark of Taste - Seeds for any plant listed on the Ark of Taste.
    7. Asian, African or South American culinary herbs - anything besides cilantro.
    8. Permaculture Plants -- Any perennial edibles.


    FRUITS:

    Berries - Any named (raspberry, blueberry, honeyberry, etc)
    Chocolate Vine (Akebia quinata)
    Cucumber Tree (Averrhoa bilimbi)
    Currant - Any named
    Currant, Trailing Red (Ribes procumbens)
    Custard Apple, Prickly (Annona muricata)
    Elaeagnus (Elaeagnus x ebbingei)
    Guava, Thai
    Jaboticaba (Myrciaria spp.)
    Kerson Fruit ( Muntingia calabura)
    Loganberry (Rubus loganobaccus)
    Magnolia Vine, Eastern Prince (Schisandra chinensis)
    Miracle Fruit (Synsepalum dulcificum)
    Mullaca (Physalis angulata)
    Papaya, Palanda
    Sapodilla - Any named cultivars
    Sapote, Black (Diospyros nigra)
    Serviceberry
    Strawberry, Tortona Strawberry
    Tara Vine (Actinidia arguta)
    Uni (Ugni molinae)
    Watermelon, Golden Midget
    Watermelon, Petite Yellow
    Yucca, Banana (Yucca baccata)

    VEGETABLES:

    PEPPERS:
    Aji Ethiopian Fire Chilli
    Capsicum baccatum - Any named
    Capsicum galapagoense
    Capsicum praetermissum
    Ecuadorian Brown
    Equadorian Rain Forest Chilli
    Fatalii Gourmet Aji Fantasy
    Hussli Tomato Pepper
    Mojo Scoundrel
    Pimenta Preta Orange
    7 Pod Congo SR Gigantic
    Yaki Blue Fawn

    TOMATOES:
    Bangalore St. Marks Breakfast
    Brad's Atomic Grape
    Coeur De Surpriz
    Dwarf Champion
    Fargo Yellow Pear
    Farthest North
    Flin Flon
    Green Gage
    Inciardi Paste
    Indian Moon
    Ivan
    Lila Sari
    Lycopersicon melanocarpa
    Pepe’s Gigante
    President Garfield
    Primrose Gage
    Salzer's Ferris Wheel
    Sylvan Guame
    The Thong
    Wolverine

    ROOT VEGGIES:
    Arracacha (Arracacia xanthorrhiza)
    Beet, Deacon Dan
    Breadroot (Psoralea esculenta)
    Carrot, Coeur de Rouge Carrot
    Carrot, Early Scarlet Horn Carrot
    Carrot, Gniff
    Carrot, Pusa Asita
    Carrot, Pusa Rudhira
    Chinese Artichoke (Stachys affinis)
    Earthnut Pea (Lathyrus tuberosus)
    Garlic, Canadian (Allium canadense mobilense)
    Garlic, Meadow (Allium canadense)
    Garlic, Serpent (Allium sativum ophioscorodon)
    Ground Nut (Apios americana)
    Leek, Wild (Allium ampeloprasum)
    Maca (Lepidium meyenii)
    Onion, Amish Bottle
    Onion, I'itoi
    Onion, Wild (Allium stellatum)
    Parsnip, Kral Russian
    Parsnip, Turga
    Radish, Dragon's Tail
    Radish, Early Scarlet Turnip
    Radish, Early Yellow Turnip-Rooted
    Radish, Madras Podding
    Radish, Purple Olive Shaped
    Radish, Pusa Jamuni
    Radish, Yellow Carrot Rooted
    Traveler's Delight (Apios priceana)
    Ullucus (Ullucus tuberosus)
    Yampa (Perideridia gairdneri)

    GREENS:
    Cabbage, Winningstadt
    French Scorzonera (Reichardia picroides)
    Garlic Mustard (Alliaria petiolata)
    Hausa Potato Mint (Plectranthus edulis)
    Katuk (Sauropus androgynus)
    Orach, Sea (Atriplex halimus)
    Purslane, Pink (Claytonia sibirica)
    Salsola
    Spinach, Aztec
    Spinach, Okinawan (Gynura crepioides)
    Vitamin Green

    BEANS:
    Bean, Blue Pole
    Bean, Bomba
    Bean, Caterpillar
    Bean, Charlie Tinker's Grey Ball
    Bean, Conserva
    Bean, Cranberry Flieder
    Bean, Four Corners Gold
    Bean, Hashuli Brown and White
    Bean, Marrowfat
    Bean, Nonna Agnes’s Blue
    Bean, O'odham Pink
    Bean, Petaluma Gold Rush
    Bean, Purple Amazon
    Bean, Rio Zape
    Bean, Rwandan Purple Nguni
    Bean, Van Goghs Olive
    Fava, Atawallpa's Fingerprint Fava
    Fava, Stone Ear
    Garbanzo, Kabouli Black
    Hyacinth, Highworth
    Hyacinth, Rongai
    Jack Bean (Canavalia ensiformis)
    Kaattuthambattan (Canavalia virosa)
    Lima, Dr Martins
    Lima, Hopi gray, Masi hatiko
    Lima, Hopi red, Pala hatiko
    Lima, Pima beige, mottled, hawul
    Lima, Ping Zebra
    Sword Bean (Canavalia gladiata)
    Tepary, White

    OTHER FABACEAE:
    Amphicarpaea edgeworthii
    Breadroot, Beaver Indian (Psoralea castorea)
    Breadroot, Large Indian (Psoralea esculenta)
    Breadroot, Small Indian (Psoralea hypogaea)
    Earthnut Pea (Lathyrus tuberosus)
    Ground Plum (Astragalus crassicarpus)
    Guar / Cluster Bean (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba)
    Hog Peanut (Amphicarpaea pitcheri)
    HogPeanut / American hogpeanut (Amphicarpaea bracteata)
    Licorice, Wild / Chinese Licorice (Glycyrrhiza echinata)
    Lupin, Pearl (Lupinus mutabilis)
    Painted Milkvetch (Astragalus pictus-filifolius)
    Peas, Amplissimo Viktoria Ukrainskaya
    Peas, Carter's Daisy
    Peas, Dwarf Champion
    Peas, Sea Island Red
    Siberian Pea Tree (Caragana arborescens or Caragana boisii)
    Sweet Vetch (Hedysarum boreale)

    MISC:
    Australian desert raisin (Solanum centrale)
    Broccoli, Nine Star Perennial
    Cucumber, Double Yield
    Luo Han Guo (Siraitia grosvenorii)
    Okra, Red Velvet
    Rhubarb, Sikkim (Rheum nobile)
    Squash, Algonquin Pumpkin
    Squash, Buffalo Gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima)
    Squash, Canada Crookneck
    Squash, Costata Romanesco Zucchini
    Squash, Gete-Okosomin
    Squash, Mandan
    Squash, Marrow Long Green Trailing
    Squash, Nayarit Wild Cushaw
    Squash, Omaha Pumpkin
    Tomatillo, New Mexico Native

    HERBS, CULINARY:
    Asafoetida (Ferula assa-foetida)
    Basil - Any named variety
    Cilician Parsley (Petroselinum crispum)
    Cubeb (Piper cubeba)
    Fish Mint (Houttuynia 'Chameleon')
    Golpar (Heracleum persicum)
    Grains of Paradise (Aframomum melegueta)
    Green Tea (Camellia sinensis)
    Hops (Humulus lupulus)
    Jimbu (Allium hypsistum and Allium przewalskianum)
    Korarima (Aframomum corrorima)
    Pink savory (Satureja thymbra)
    Wild Pepper Leaf (Piper sarmentosum)

    HERBS, MEDICINAL:
    American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolium)
    Arrowroot (Maranta arundinacea)
    Balangu / Montain Balm (Lallemantia royleana)
    Barrenwort (Epimedium grandiflorum)
    Betel (Piper betel)
    Bittersweet / Nightshade (Solanum dulcamara)
    Buchu (Agathosma betulina)
    Bugleweed (Lycopus americanus)
    Cannabis (Cannabis sativa)
    Cannabis (Cannabis indica)
    Cat's Claw (Uncaria tomentosa)
    Colt's Foot (Tussilago farfara)
    Coptis (Coptis spp)
    Eleuthero (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
    Eyebright (Euphrasia, various species)
    Ginseng (Panax ginseng)
    Gumplant (Grindelia camporum)
    Gurmar (Gymnema sylvestre)
    Immortelle (Helichrysum angustifolium)
    Indian Poke (Phytolacca acinosa)
    Jiaogulan (Gynostemma pentaphyllum)
    Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa)
    Long Pepper / Pippali (Piper longum)
    Lungwort (Pulmonaria officinalis)
    Maca (Lepidium peruvianum)
    Mandrake (Mandragora officinarum)
    Mouse-ear (Hieracium pilosella syn. Pilosella officinarum)
    Niu Xi (Achyranthes bidentata)
    Osha (Ligusticum porteri)
    Pill-Bearing Spurge (Euphorbia hirta syn. E. pilulifera)
    Rhodiola (Rhodiola rosea)
    Roman Nettle (Urtica pilulifera)
    San Qi (Panax pseudoginseng notoginseng)
    Sarsaparilla (Smilax sarsaparilla)
    Sceletium (Sceletium tortuosum)
    Shepherds Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris)
    Siberian Ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus)
    Snakeroot (Asarum canadense)
    Trillium (Trillium erectum)
    White Peony (Paeonia albiflora)
    Wild Hyacinth (Hyacinthus nonscriptus)
    Woollypod Milkweed (Asclepias eriocarpa)
    Yerba Mansa (Anemopsis californica)

    FLOWERS:
    Amorphophallus spp. (corpse flower, voodoo lily, etc)
    Bat Flower (Tacca chantrieri) - Any Named
    Bluff Lettuce (Dudleya farinosa)
    Checkered Lily - Any Named
    Datura, Horn-of-Plenty (Datura metel)
    Datura, "Kerala Blue" (Datura metel)
    Datura, Violet Queen Double
    Daylily - Any Named (Hemerocallis spp) (I especially love purple and lime green)
    Delphinium - Any Named
    Delphinium / Larkspur, Pink Queen
    Echinacea, Green Envy
    Echinacea, Green Jewel
    Echinacea, Green Twister
    Fairies Thimbles (Campanula cochleariifolia)
    Hellebores - Any Named
    Sunflower, Black Velvet Queen
    Sunflower, Cherry Rose
    Sunflower, Double Dandy
    Sunflower, Red Wave
    Sunflower, Royal Flush
    Sunflower, Starburst Blaze
    Toad Lily - Any Named
    Trout Lily (Erythronium americanum) - Any Named
    Lupine, Pearl (Lupinus mutabilis)
    Pansy, Colossus Neon Violet
    Pansy, Karma Blue Butterfly
    Pansy, Ultima Morpho
    Salvia, Betsys Purple
    Salvia carriyesii
    Viola, Black Jack
    Viola, Sorbet Delft Blue
    Viola, Sorbet Midnight Glow
    Violet, 'Etain'
    Violet Churcu (Iochroma cyaneum)
    Zinnia, Benary's Giant Lime
    Zinnia, Cactus Lilac Emperor
    Zinnia, Zinderella Lilac
    Zulu Warrior (Berkheya purpurea)

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  • lovesblooms
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    ABUTILON
    -any named, no mixes
    ADENOPHORA potaninii (Bush ladybells)
    AMARANTHUS
    -Carnival
    ANCHUSA
    -Alkanet
    -Dropmore
    ANGELICA
    -gigas
    -stricta purpurea
    -pachycarpa
    -sylvestris Vicar’s Mead
    ARNICA
    -montana
    ASTER
    -September Ruby
    -Climbing (A. carolinianus)
    AZTEC SWEET HERB
    BACOPA, any
    BASIL
    -Finissimo Verde A Palla
    -Pesta Perpetuo
    -Marseilles
    -Wild Magic
    -Cardinal
    -Osmin
    -persian
    BEE BALM
    -Bergamo
    BEGONIA
    -Escargot
    -foliosa var miniata (fuchsia flowering)
    -Heat Elite, solid only
    -Illumination
    -Little Brother Montgomery
    BLUE FESCUE grass
    BOK CHOY
    -purple leaved types
    BROCCOLI
    -Purple Sprouting
    CABBAGE
    -Chirimen Hakusai
    -Maruba Santoh
    -flowering crane
    CALCEOLARIA mexicana
    CALIBRACHOAS
    CANYON JEWELFLOWER (Streptanthus albidus var. peramoena)
    CASTOR BEAN
    -New Zealand Purple
    CATMINT
    -parnassica
    -subsessilis
    CELOSIA
    -Cramer's Lemon Lime
    -Tornado Red
    -Bombay
    CERASTIUM
    -candidissimum
    -tomentosum
    CHINESE FOXGLOVE (Rehmannia)
    COLEUS
    -Chocolate Mint
    -Fairway Yellow
    -Wizard Golden
    -Wizard Jade
    -Premium Sun Pineapple Surprise
    -Premium Sun Crimson Gold
    -Wizard Scarlet
    -Wizard Pineapple
    -Superfine Rainbow Color Pride
    -Superfine Rainbow Volcano
    -Superfine Rainbow Festive Dance
    -Superfine Rainbow Red Velvet
    -Fairway Ruby
    -Chocolate Splash
    -Versa Crimson Gold
    -Versa Rose to Lime
    -Fairway Red Velvet
    -Versa Lime
    -Black Dragon
    -Kong Scarlet
    -Kong Lime Sprite
    -Kong Red
    COREOPSIS
    -Roulette
    -Golden Roulette
    -Tiger Stripes
    -Mahogany
    -American Dream
    COSMOS
    -Daydream
    COYOTE MINT
    CREEPING RASPBERRY (Rubus calycinoides)
    CREEPING WIRE VINE (Muehlenbeckia axillaris)
    CRETAN ROCK LETTUCE (Petromarula pinnata)
    CROSSVINE (Bignonia capreolata)
    CROSSWORT, pink (Phuopsis crucianella stylosa)
    CUPHEA micropetala
    DAHLIA
    -campanulata
    -coccinea True Wild Form
    -coccinea palmeri
    -coccinea Orange Hybrids
    -coccinea Lemon Blush
    -imperialis-Twynings After 8
    -Softie
    DELPHINIUM
    -belladonna
    -New Millennium or other New Zealand varieties
    -cardinale "Scarlet Larkspur"
    DIANTHUS
    -Diabunda
    DIASCIA, any other than white
    DICLIPTERA suberecta
    DUSTY MILLER (Senecio cineraria)
    EASTER LILY VINE (Beaumontia grandiflora)
    ECHINACEA
    -Green Twister
    -any double other than hot papaya
    EGGPLANT
    -Rotonda Bianca Sfumata
    -thai long green
    -Melanzane Rosso Di Rotonda
    -Korean Red
    -productive white
    ERIOGONUM
    -fasciculatum
    -giganteum
    -grande var rubescens (red buckwheat)
    -latifolium Seaside buckwheat
    -nudum Ella Nelson's Yellow
    -vimineum
    -umbellatum polyanthum Shasta Sulfur
    ERYNGIUM
    -leavenworthii
    EUPHORBIA
    -Glitz
    FAIRY SNAPDRAGON (Chaenorhinum origanifolium)
    FOXGLOVE
    -camelot
    -dalmatian
    -pam’s choice
    -pantaloons
    FUCHSIA
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    GARDEN HUCKLEBERRY
    -Solanum scabrum
    -Solanum melanocerasum
    GROUND IVY/CREEPING CHARLIE (Glechoma/Calamintha hederacea)
    HELICHRYSUM
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    -White Carpet
    HELIOPHILA coronopifolia (cape stock)
    HELIOPSIS helianthoides
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    HEUCHERA
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    HEUCHERELLA
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    -variegated
    -Apricot Delight
    -carneum
    JUPITERS BEARD
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    LANTANA
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    LAVENDER
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    LEMON VERBENA
    LETTUCE
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    -Zenith
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    -lemmonnii
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    -pineapple
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    NASTURTIUM
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    -phoenix
    -flame
    -blue (azureum)
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    NEMOPHILA
    -penny black
    -snow storm
    -total eclipse
    -baby blue eyes
    -five spot

    NICOTIANA
    -mutabilis
    NIGELLA
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    -papillosa
    NIGHT PHLOX
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    ONIONS, any bunching
    OXALIS
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    -aurea
    -vulcanicola
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    -Acquarelle
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    PENSTEMON
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    -blackbird
    -grandiflorus
    PEPPER
    -Aconcagua
    -Corbaci
    -Calico
    PERSICARIA amplexicaulis
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    -Easy Wave
    -Tidal Wave
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    -Double Cascade
    -Ramblin
    -Surfinia
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    PITCHER PLANT
    PLECTRANTHUS
    -dolichopodus
    -ciliatus
    PLUMBAGO, hardy (Ceratostigma plumbaginoides)
    PUMPKIN
    -Algonquin
    -New England Pie
    -Small Sugar

    PURPLE BELL VINE (Rhodochiton atrosanguineus)
    PURPLE LOVE GRASS
    RAMPS
    RHODIOLA ROSEA (Rose root)
    ROSE
    -Angel Wings
    RUBY GRASS
    RUDBECKIA
    -Chim chiminee
    -triloba red sport
    -Maya
    -Sahara
    SALVIA
    -officinalis purpurea (purple culinary)
    -Limelight
    -Pink Sunday
    -leucantha
    -barrelieri
    -candelabrum
    -cacaliifolia (Guatemalan Leaf)
    -concolor
    -chionophylla
    -flava
    -darcyi
    -involucrata (Rosebud)
    -libanensis
    -melissodora
    -patens
    -reptans
    -spathacea
    -desoleana
    -Meigan’s Magic
    -Dara's Choice
    -Phyllis Fancy
    -Big Swing
    -officinalis tricolor (tricolor culinary)
    -groundcover sages (that spread, other than the S. officinalis)
    SANTA BARBARA DAISY
    SEMPERVIVUM
    -any named hardy to zone 7
    SNAPDRAGON
    -Bronze Dragon
    -Chantilly
    -Sonnet
    -sempervirens
    -Candy Showers
    SOAPWORT Bouncing Bet
    STATICE
    -German (Limonium dumosa)
    -Sea Lavender (Limonium latifolium)
    SUMMER SQUASH
    -Pattison Strie Melange
    STREPTOCARPUS saxorum
    TECOMA stans
    -red
    -orange
    -peach/apricot
    THALICTRUM (Meadow rue)
    -rochebrunianum
    -delavayi
    THYME
    -golden lemon
    -praecox (elfin)
    -creeping
    -spanish (mastichina)
    -rock (Acinos alpinus)
    TIARELLA
    -any spreading
    TITHONIA
    -diversifolia
    TODAROA/TINGUARA montana
    TRICOLOR CHRYSANTHEMUM
    VISCARIA oculata, any
    WINTERGREEN (Gaultheria procumbens)
    WINTER SQUASH
    -Musqee de maroque
    -Canadian long neck pumpkin
    -Quaker pie pumpkin
    -Choctaw sweet potato
    -Sucrine du berry
    -Tahitian melon
    -Gete-Okosomin
    SUNFLOWER
    -Kong
    -Arikara
    -Golden Cheer
    -Sungold
    SYMPHYANDRA zanzegur
    TOMATO
    -Brandywine OTV
    -Dr. Wyche's Yellow
    VANILLA GRASS
    VENUS FLYTRAP
    VERBASCUM
    -bombyciferum Arctic Summer
    -Cotswold King
    -Katie's Candles
    VERBENA
    -Lollipop (dwarf bonariensis)
    -lilacina (de la Mina)
    -Imagination
    -rigida
    VERONICA
    -liwanensis
    VISCARIA
    -oculata
    YERBA BUENA (Satureja douglasii)
    ZAUSCHNERIA garrettii
    ZINNIA
    -Magellan
    -Queen Lime Red Heart
    -Peppermint Stick

  • val (MA z6)
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Aster Lilliput Blue Moon, Gremlin Double, Dwarf Colour Carpet, Jewelaster Semi Dwarf Purple, Carmine or Rose

    Aster varieties: Milady, Needle, Paeony, Pompon, Seasta

    Bush's Poppy Mallow (Callirhoe bushii)

    Calendula: Any unusual (not plain/single petal orange or yellow) variety including Bronzed Beauty, Sunset Buff, Pink Surprise, Touch of Red, Solar Flashback, Radio, Oopsy Daisy, Orange King, Octoberfest, Snow Princess

    Candy Lily (not blackberry lily)

    Celosia Dragons Breath

    Centaurea - Perennial: Amethyst Dream, Amethyst in Snow, Perennial Butterfly

    Cimicifuga/bugbane aka Black Cohosh

    Coneflower: Green Twister

    Coral Bells/Heuchera- Any with non-green leaves (except Purple Palace)

    Coreopsis - any that dont have yellow in color (reds, pink, salmon/oranges,etc)

    Cup and Saucer Vine (Cobaea scandens)

    Dutchmen’s Breeches (Dicentra cucullaria)

    Euphorbia Bonfire, Polychroma

    Evening Primrose Sunset Blvd, Glowing Magenta

    Foxglove Ruby Glow or Monostruosa, and/or Chinese Foxglove

    Hardy Geraniums

    Hibiscus Acetosella aka false roselle, maroon mallow, red leaved hibiscus, and red shield hibiscus

    Lewisia Elise, Sunset Strain or Rainbow

    Lisianthus Black Pearl, Lavendar, Rose or Red

    Lobelia (Perennial) 'Felicia Jollygoodfellow' &/or any pink/rose or peach/salmon variety (ie Starship Rose, Salmon)

    Maltese Cross Dawn Sky

    Marigolds - any White

    Nasturtiums Orchid Flame, Black Velvet

    Petunia: Purple Pirouette

    Phlox (annual): Cherry Caramel, Any Twinkles (including mix)

    Poppies, Oriental including Fruit Punch, Pizzicato, Haremstraum, Royal Wedding,

    Primrose (common spring blooming for Z6)-not evening primrose incuding Primula Beesiana, Crescendo, Danover, Victorian Lace and Pubescens

    Ptilotus (Joey Lambs Tail)

    Pulmonaria/Lungwort

    Rudbeckia Varieties with full (not single) blooms: Ruby Ruby, ChimChiminee, Moroccan Sun, Sahara, Goldilocks, and Green Wizard

    Shasta Daisies: any Butter yellow ie Banana Cream, Gold Rush, Goldfinch, Real Dream

    Snow on the Mountain (Euphorbia marginata)

    Sunflowers: Velvet Queen, Mrs. Mars, Elf, Teddy Bear, Bashful, Strawberry Blonde, Crimson Blaze, and Chianti

    TriColor Chrysanthemums - Sunset

    Veronica Aztec Gold

    Virginia Bluebells (Mertensia Virginica)

    Wallflowers

    Xeranthemum

    Zinnia: Benary Giant Deep Red, Wine or Salmon Rose

    Zulu Prince Daisy

    Zulu Purple Berkheya

  • leila hamaya
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    ok, i edited my have list too if anyone wants to go over that for wishes....

    -----------------------------------------------
    I'm looking for
    -----------------------------------------------

    ~ kale - red russian

    ~ Kale - portugese

    ~ Kale walking stick

    ~ Kale interesting types

    ~ egyptian walking onions

    ~ nodding onion Allium cernuum

    ~ wild ramps - Allium tricoccum

    ~ long red onions

    ~ garlic bulbils or otherwise

    ~ basil - any perennial type, tree basil, tulsi types, bush basil, etc

    ~ basil - blue spice

    ~ PAW PAW tree

    ~ butterfly ginger lily (hedychium)

    ~ canna - any

    ~ passionflower/passionfruit- any variety but maypop *really want*

    ~ white passionflower, incarnata or other alba

    ~ day lilies, any -mixed is ok, named or hybrids great too

    ~ clematis, any

    ~ Fuchsia- any

    ~ Blue Nasturtium -Tropaeolum azureum

    ~ Nasturtium - Canary Creeper Tropaeolum peregrinum

    ~ Mashua - Nasturtium- Tropaeolum tuberosum

    ~ Nasturtium - flame types

    ~ Nasturtium - any

    ~ Hibiscus acetosella - red leaf hibiscus

    ~ Hibiscus - tropical

    ~ Hibiscus - any

    ~ marsh mallow, althea

    ~ musk mallow

    ~ tea, Camellia sinensis

    ~ american arnica

    ~ greek oregano

    ~ purple carrots

    ~ golden beets

    ~ Pineapple Tomatillo/Ground Cherry

    ~ Pepper -Bolivian Rainbow

    ~ rocoto peppers - Capsicum pubescens

    ~ bumblebee tomato types

    ~ sweet pea currant tomato

    ~ solanum pimpinellifolium

    ~ oxheart tomato types

    ~ 'chiapas wild' tomato

    ~ pineapple tomato

    ~ jaune flamme tomato

    ~ small sweet golden yellow tomatoes

    ~ 'isis candy' tomato

    ~ peas, golden sweet snow pea

    ~ broccoli - romanesco

    ~ PEPINO (melon pear) Solanum muricatum

    ~ red mizuna

    ~ mizuna

    ~ Tulsi - ocimum sanctum purpureum ("krishna")

    ~ flax -golden seed, or perennial type

    ~ purple asparagus

    ~ Precoce D'Argentevil asparagus

    ~ Zingiber /ginger ANY

    ~ Zingiber citriodorum 'Chiang Mai Princess'

    ~ Lemon Grass - Cymbopogon citratus

    ~ blood peach, 'indian blood' cling or free stone ****really really want ****

    ~ good tasting peach, plum

    ~ apricot - any

    ~ 'frost' peach

    ~ peach, that is resistant to leaf curl

    ~ pecan any

    ~ hazelnut tree

    ~ butternut tree - juglans

    ~ heartnut tree

    ~ white lavender

    ~ spanish lavender - lavandula stoechas

    ~ Akebia quinata - Chocolate Vine

    ~ French Perfume Jasmine

    ~ Jasminum officinale ~ Jasminum officinale grandiflorum

    ~ any jasmine, hardy or tropical types

    ~ salvia leucophylla , "purple sage"

    ~ salvia brandegeei

    ~ hummingbird sage Salvia spathacea

    ~ white sage bee sage salvia apiana

    ~ cold hardy citrus fresh seed please

    ~ citrus - ANY

    ~ satsumas, mandarins, tangerine or other cold hardy citrus

    ~ kumquat

    ~ interesting fruit

    ~ currant - any

    ~ elderberry - any but red

    ~ strawberry

    ~ Goji berry

    ~ wintergreen -Gaultheria procumbens

    ~ Schisandra chinensis - magnolia vine/schisandra

    ~ kiwi - any fuzzy, golden, or hardy /cold tolerant --

    ~ especially hardy kiwi - actinidia arguta

    ~ any perennial edible - zone 6-7

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

    .-love edible flowers, fruit that can produce here, and grow a lot of
    veggies. like wild plants too, especially edibles. i also like medicinal
    and culinary herbs.
    Please dont send ornamentals, or flowers that arent edible/medicinal, unless on my list.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

  • Karen Holt
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    WLOMWL:

    I like surprises. Some of my best things have come from that.
    Anything red, purple, yellow, orange, apricot, salmon....


    Note to Lisa: Duplicates welcome

    Abutilon
    Albuca shawii
    Alyssum
    Ammi
    Bergenia
    Bergenia, Red Beauty
    Briza minor
    Bunny Tails
    Calamintha, Any
    Calamintha, Marvelette Blue & White
    Calendula, Apricot Twist
    Calendula, Chim Chiminee
    Calendula, Indian Prince
    Calendula, Neon
    Calendula, Oopsy Daisy
    Calendula, Princess Mix
    Calendula, Red Devil
    Calendula, Snow Princess
    Calendula, Touch of Red Buff
    Celosia, Any
    Celosia, Dragons Breath
    China Aster
    Cockscomb
    Coleus, Any
    Coleus, Wizard Jade
    Coleus, Wizard Scarlet
    Coleus, Wizard Sunset
    Coral Bells
    Coreopsis, Rising Sun
    Coreopsis, Sunburst
    Cosmos, Black Magic
    Craspedia
    Dahlia
    Delosperma
    Dianthus knapp, Yellow Harmony
    Dianthus, Any
    Dianthus, Brilliant
    English Daisies
    Erysimum chieri (Wall Flower)
    Erysimum chieri, Persian Carpet
    Eucomis bicolor
    Euphorbia, Snow on the Mountain
    Fuchsia
    Gaillardia, Amber Wheels
    Gaillardia, Candy Corn
    Gaillardia, Fanfare
    Gaillardia, Mesa Peach
    Galanthus
    Groundcovers, Any
    Helenium
    Helichrysum bracteatum, Salmon Rose
    Helichrysum petiolare (Licorice Plant)
    Heliopsis, Burning Heart
    Hellebores
    Ice Plant
    Impatiens
    Jacobs Ladder, Variegated
    Kenilworth Ivy
    Laceflower
    Lewisia
    Lobelia, Any
    Lobelia, Midnight Blue
    Lobelia, Trailing types
    Marigold
    Marigold, Kilaminjaro White
    Marigold, Legion of Honor
    Nasturtium, King Theodore
    Nicotiana
    Nigella orientalis, Transformer
    Panicum elegans, Sprinkles
    Passion Flower, Lady Margaret
    Penstemon, Any
    Penstemon, Twizzle Coral
    Peony
    Petunia
    Phlox
    Primrose
    Resedo Odorata, Ameliorata
    Rockcress
    Rudbeckia, Chim Chiminee
    Rudbeckia, Ruby Gold
    Rudbeckia, Ruby Ruby
    Salpiglossis
    Salvia, Any
    Salvia, Ellegance Series
    Salvia, Merleau Blue
    Salvia, White Swan
    Scabiosa, Salmon Queen
    Scabiosa, Salmon Rose
    Scotch Moss
    Sedum
    Sedum, Oracle
    Sedum, Turkish Delight
    Sempervivum
    Snapdragon, Any
    Snapdragon, Sawyer's Old Fashioned
    Snapdragon, Tetra Ruffled Giants
    Soapwort
    Stock
    Stonecrop
    Succulents
    Sunflower, Any
    Sunflower, Sunfill Green
    Sunflower, Sunfill Purple
    Sweet Pea, Villa Roma Scarlet
    Thyme, Creeping
    Thyme, Elfin
    Zaluziankya capensis, Midnight Candy
    Zinnia, Cherry & Ivory Swizzle
    Zinnia, Cupids Mix
    Zinnia, Dreamland (any)
    Zinnia, Giant Dahlia Flowered Creamy Yellow
    Zinnia, Magellan (any)
    Zinnia, Queen Lime Blush
    Zinnia, Queen Lime Orange
    Zinnia, Zahara: Coral Rose

  • poisondartfrog
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Note to Lisa: Duplicates are welcome, but not substitutions :>)

    No mixes, please, unless specified.

    Abutilon megapotamicum
    Abutilon tridens

    Aeschynanthus, Lipstick Plant

    Andrographis paniculata
    Aphelandra, any
    Aristolochia, any except elegans

    Asparagus densiflorus, setaceous, plumosus, virgatus, aethiopicus

    Basil, 'Boxwood'

    Basil, Fino Verde

    Calceolaria inamoena, other Calceolaria
    Calotropis gigantea
    Chaenactis glabriuscula
    Clerodendrum incisum, similar Clerodendrum, aka Rotheca

    Columnea
    Cosmos, Double Dutch White. This one only.
    Crotalaria retusa
    Cucumber 'Tasty Jade' F1
    Cuphea llavea 'Torpedo'
    Cuphea salvadorensis

    Datura ‘Aquamarine’ This selection only, please.

    Eryngium Blue Glitter, this Eryngium only

    Hypoestes, white variegation

    Fuchsia, any, especially collected from hybrids

    Gloriosa lutea
    Gorteria diffusia, Beetle Daisy

    Impatiens walleriana, orange, salmon, peach, white. Commercial, individual colors, no mixed colors.

    Impatiens balsamina, only bicolored doubles like Wild Watermelon, Peppermint Sticks

    Impatiens scabrida

    Iochroma, any except fuchsiodes

    Lavenders: Blue Scent, Mini Blue, Vincenza, Lavance

    Lobularia maritima, Sweet Alyssum in peach, yellow, cream only.

    Lysionotus

    Manettia luteorubra
    Martynia annua

    Mecardonia, any
    Mimulus, any
    Musella Lasiocarpa

    Nematanthus, Goldfish Plant

    Nicotiana tabacum variegatum

    Pentas lanceolata

    Pennisetum, Ornamental Millet 'Jade,' 'Jade Princess,' 'Purple Majesty,' 'Purple Baron'

    Phalaris canariensis

    Rhodochiton atrosanguineum
    Rosmarinus officinalis
    Ruellia amoena

    Ruellia elegans

    Salvia miniata
    Salvia splendens that are not red
    Senna didymobotrya (popcorn, peanut butter Cassia)
    Senna polyphylla

    Streptocarpella saxorum

    Streptocarpus, any

    Strobilanthes attenuata aka S. urticifolia

    Tagetes erecta and patula, These only:
    'Mission Giant Yellow,' 'Bambino,' 'Snowman,' 'Snowball,' 'French Vanilla,'
    'Zenith Lemon Yellow' 'Mumsy Yellow', 'Alumia Vanilla Cream'

    Tomato, Botanique Originale
    Tomato, Chiapas Wild

    Tomato, Cindy's West Virgina

    Tomato, Dagma's Perfection

    Tomato, Dark Queen
    Tomato, Ferris Wheel

    Tomato, Giraffe
    Tomato, Lahman Pink
    Tomato, Orange Minsk
    Tomato, Turkish Striped Monastery

    Tomato, Thunder Mountain

    Zinnia elegans, Benary's Giant Scarlet

    Zinnia elegans, Lilliput White

    Zinnia elegans, Master Elite Bronze

    Zinnia elegans, Short Stuff or Zinnita, in single colors only.

  • Kelli
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    note for lisa : duplicates are okay!

    terracotta yarrow or any orange

    japanese anemones

    agrostemma- ocean pearl or any white

    arctosis fastuosa- zulu prince

    atriplex hortensis

    amaranthus- coral fountain

    bupleurum rotundifolium

    calendula- indian prince, red devil, apricot twist

    centaurea- blue boy, black ball

    china aster- tower series, valkyrie mix, belstead supreme

    cosmos- white popsocks

    coreopsis- roulette

    dahlia - sunny reggae, imperial, any named

    dusty miller

    helleborus- any, i have 0

    echium wildpretti- 'tower of jewels'

    kale- crane series, any ornamental for cutting

    larkspur, any

    mexican mint marigold

    mint- pineapple

    naranjilla- solanum quitoense

    nigella damascena- white, delft blue

    osteosepermum- any

    persian cress- lepidium sativum

    Poppy, Peshawar (Papaver somniferum var. album

    rudbeckia- goldilocks, chim chiminee, orange fudge, cappucino, maya, cherokee sunset, sahara

    safflower- any

    scabiosa- blackknight, fama deep blue, snowmaiden

    sunflower-the joker, helios flame, gypsy charmer, peach passion, little becka

    stock- any named, have none

    statice- any named, have none

    sweet clover- melilotus officinalis

    snapdragon antirrhinum- chantilly series or any tall (over 3ft)

    sweet pea - nimbus

    solanum berries - any, i have 0!

    zinnia - zahara series 'esp double fire', zinderella peach, queen lime, queen lime orange, master elite bronze, starbright, any benarys, any cactus zinnia

    any Japanese plants!

    any grapes

    snowberries

  • Karen (Nebr)
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Note to Lisa: Duplicates are welcomed

    Nasturtium Mix

    Calendula Mix

    Fiskeby Soybeans

    Midori Soybeans

    Napoleon Sweet Peppers

    Tolli's Sweet Italian Pepper

    Poblano/Ancho Gigantea Chili Peppers

    Chocolate Bhutlah Peppers

    Greek Pepperoncini

    Carolina Reaper Peppers

    Ishikura Onions

    Gevaria Leeks

    Zermatt Leek

    Lancelot Leek

    Mexico Midget Tomato

    Currant Sweet Pea cherry tomato

    Gold Rush Currant cherry tomato

    Golden Sweet grape tomato

    Igleheart Yellow cherry tomato

    Sun Sugar cherry tomato

  • onesteward (Zone 7b)
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    My wish list~

    *Open to receiving "Surprise Me" seeds.

    *Duplicates welcome.

    NATIVES AND WILDFLOWERS are my favorite:

    *Would love to try your favorite

    Aristolochia reticulata, Texas Pipevine

    Cimicifuga racemosa, Black cohosh

    Dalea aurea , Golden Dalea

    Dodeatheon hendersonii

    Eriogonum umbellatum, Sulphur buckwheat

    Filipendula ulmaria, Meadowsweet

    Gaura calcicola, Texas beeblossom

    Gillenia trifoliata, Bowmans Root (Indian Pshysic)

    Hamamelis virginiana, Witch hazel

    Hydrangea quercifolia, Oakleaf Hydrangea

    Lespedeza capitata

    Lysimachia quadrifolia, Whorled Yellow Loosestrife

    Melanthium virginicum, Bunchflower

    Mertensia virginica, Virginia Bluebells

    Mitella diphylla

    Phacelia congesta , Blue curls

    Russelia sarmentosa, Firecracker plant

    Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)

    Stewartia malacodendron, silky camellia

    Teucrium canadense, American Germander

    Viguiera dentata, Golden eye

    POND PLANTS:

    *Your favorite

    Crinum augustum, giant spider lily

    Pickerelweed (Pontederia cordata)

    Sagittaria latifolia, Common Arrowhead

    Thalia dealbata, Powdery alligator-flag

    OTHER FLOWERS:

    Anchusa Azurea

    Angelonia - hummingbird plant

    Antirrhinum braun blanquetti Seeds, Perennial snapdragon

    Calendulas, any

    Chrysanthemum ‘Emperor of China’

    Crithmum maritimum ‘Rock Samphire'

    Ipomea nil Morning glory Scarlet O'Hara

    Nasturtium - Reds and darks

    Petunia axillaris- wild white petunia

    Scabiosa/Lomelosia stellata, Pincushion flower, Paper Moon or other

    HERBS, CULINARY AND MEDICINAL:

    *Your favorite

    Cordiothymus capitatus, conehead thyme

    Cuminum cyminum, Cumin

    Euphrasia officinalis, Eyebright

    Ginkgo biloba, Maidenhair Tree - medicinal

    Parsley, Hamburg rooted

    Piper auritum, Root Beer Plant

    Porophyllum linaria, Pipicha

    Marrubium vulgare, Horehound or other horehound

    Tanacetum balsamita, Costmary

    Thymbra spicata, Spiked thyme

    FRUITS AND VEGGIES:

    *Any kind of edible berries that you grow

    Amaranthus - Coral Fountains

    Black/Spanish radish

    Calamansi or kalamansi - Philippino citrus (Citrus microcarpa)

    Euphrasia officinalis, Eyebright - medicinal herb

    Kajari Melon

    Lazy Housewife Pole Bean

    Pearl Millet, Pennisetum glaucum 'Purple Majesty' (this is decorative, I think)

    Pumpkin Cucurbita maxima 'North Georgia Candy Roaster'

    Silver Line melon, Cucumis melo or Gold Bar- Asian melon

    Spring Raab Rapini Broccoli

    Tomato Celebrity and/or Carnival

    Tomato Kakao

    Tomato Marmande French

    PEPPERS:

    Cubanelle Sweet Pepper

    Inca Red Drop peppers (Sweety Drop Pepper) C. baccatum

    Melrose Pepper - aka Calabrian Chile pepper from Italy

    Padron chile

    Piquillo Pepper - Spanish

    GROUND COVER:

    MOTH­ER-OF-­THY­ME, Thymus serp­yllum

    Rhus aromatica, Fragrant sumac

    Saponaria ocymoides, Rock soapwort

  • Karen (Nebr)
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    onesteward What’s your zone? I have a native NE mix

  • onesteward (Zone 7b)
    5 years ago

    Karen, I'm in Zone 7b. I'll TRY to see if I can add that to my profile.

  • Karen (Nebr)
    5 years ago

    I will include our native wildflower mix. They should do well in zone 7b too.

  • heavenlyfarm
    5 years ago

    *****************FLOWERS/VINES************

    Abutilon – ANY

    Abutilon – Crepe de Chine

    Agastache – Black Adder

    Alyssum – Royal Carpet

    Anemone – ANY pink or white named
    varieties

    Anemone – Margarete

    Anemone – Mona Lisa

    Anemone – Max Vogel

    Aquilega – Dorothy Rose

    Armeria – Pink/White/Red

    Armeria – Rosa Soltz

    Artemisia – Silver Mound

    Asclepias Incarnata 'Soulmate'

    Asclepias Incarnata ' Milkmaid'

    Asclepias Tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

    Asclepias - Verticillata

    Aster - 'Little Carlow'

    Aster - Bluebird

    Aster – Lilliput Red Moon

    Astilbe - 'Peach Blossom'

    Astilbe - 'White Wings'

    Astilbe- Purple

    Bachelors Buttons - The Bride

    Bachelors Buttons – Black

    Bachelors Buttons- Burgundy Beauties
    Mix

    Bachelors Button – Red Boy

    Bachelors Button – Red Ball

    Bachelors Button – Classic Magic

    Bachelors Button – Classic Romantic

    Baptisia – Carolina Moonlight

    Baptisia- White

    Baptisia – Lunar Eclipse

    Baptisia – Solar Flare

    Bee Balm – Jacob Cline

    Bergenia - ANY

    Blanket Flower (Gaillardia) - Oranges
    and Lemons

    Blanket Flower (Gaillardia) – Mesa
    Peach

    Blue Bells **REALLY WANT

    Bluebells – Virginia (Mertensia
    virginica)

    Brooms – 'Moonlight'

    Calendula – Pink Surprise

    Calendula – Lemon Cream

    Campanula - Bernice

    Campanula - Wortham Belle

    Campanula - cochlearifolia 'Elizabeth
    Oliver' **REALLY WANT

    Canterbury Bells- DOUBLE or TRIPLE

    Carnation - 'Chabaud Florist Mix'

    Carnation – Rasberry Ripple

    Carnation – Bananaberry Fizz

    Carnation – Orange Ripple

    Carnation - ' Lemon Fizz '

    Carnations-ANY Fragrant/cutting
    varieties

    Centranthus Ruber Alba (WHITE)

    Centranthus ruber 'Coccineus' **REALLY
    WANT

    Chamomile -Dyers

    Chamomile - Roman 'Flore Pleno'

    Chrysanthemum – Shelly

    Columbine – Bonnet Varieties

    Columbine – Dorothy Rose

    Columbine – Sunshine

    Columbine – Double Pleat Blackberry

    Columbine – Nora Barlow

    Cornflower- The Bride

    Cornflower- Black

    Cornflower – The Bride

    Cornflower – Red Ball

    Cornflower – Classic Magic

    Cornflower – Classic Romantic

    Cornflower - Burgundy Beauties Mix

    Corydalis - Blue/ or Red

    Corylus avellana ' Contortal' –
    Harrys Walking Stick

    Cosmos - Rubinato

    Cosmos – Indonesia Kennikura

    Cosmos – Rose Bonbons

    Cosmos- Full Double Varieties

    Cosmos – Xanthos ** REALLY WANT

    Cosmos – Citron

    Creeping Phlox - ANY

    Dahlia - Mignon Single Mix

    Dahlia – Bishops Children

    Deutzia- ANY

    Deutzia - Slender Deutzia (D. gracilis)

    Dianthus - FRAGRANT Varieties

    Dianthus - Laced Romeo

    Dianthus – Chabaud La France

    Dianthus - King of Blacks

    Dianthus – Lemon Fizz

    Dianthus - Telstar White

    Dianthus 'White Ladies'

    Dianthus - Sweet Black Cherry

    Dianthus - Raspberry Surprise

    Echinacea – YELLOW Varieties

    Echinacea 'Mama Mia'

    Echinacea – Meteor Yellow

    Echinacea – Mozarella (2016 hybrid?)

    Echinacea Fragrant Angel

    Eriogonum Umbellatum Polyanthum 'Shasta
    Sulfur'

    Evening Primrose - woodside white

    False Indigo – Yellow

    False Indigo - Purple/lavender

    False Indigo - White

    Flax – Saphyr Blue

    Flowering Quince

    Foxglove - Excelsior

    Foxglove – Pams Choice

    Foxglove – peach colors

    Gaillardia – Oranges and Lemons

    Gaillardia – Mesa Peach

    Galanthus (Snow Drops)

    Gayfeather (Liatris) – White Only

    Geranium – Scented Varieties

    Geranium –HARDY varieties to zone 6

    Geranium - phaeum **REALLY WANT

    Geranium - nodosum 'Dark Heart'

    Geranium – Vision Light Pink

    Geum – Lady Stratheden

    Glacier Lily (Erythronium grandiflorum)

    Glaucium -yellow with red center

    Globeflower (Trollius)

    Gloxinia

    Halesia Carolina (snowdrop tree, wild
    olive)

    Heartleaf Bergenia

    Helleborus - ANY Color/Varieties

    Helleborus – Onyx Odyssey

    Helenium – Double Trouble

    Heliotrope ' Mini Marine'

    Hibiscus – Summer Storm

    Hibiscus – Mocha Moon

    Hibiscus – Heartthrob

    Hibiscus – Mars Madness

    Hollyhock – Mystic Merlin

    Hollyhock-Happy Lights

    Hollyhock- Black Currant

    Hollyhock - Powderpuff

    Hollyhock - Blackberry Ripples

    Hollyhock- Halo Mix

    Hollyhock - Chater's Double Apricot

    Hollyhock – The Bridesmaid

    Hollyhock – Brides Bouquet

    Hollyhock – Fruity Mix

    Hollyhock - Braveheart

    Joe Pye Weed - WHITE

    Joe Pye Weed 'Bartered Bride'

    Laceflower (Trachymene)

    Lambs Tail - Joy

    Lavender - Rosea (pink) **REALLY WANT

    Lavender - Kew Red

    Lavender – Yellow

    Lewisia - ANY Varities

    Liatris (Gayfeather) – White Only

    Lilys - Oriental

    Lisianthus – ANY

    Love in Mist – Cramers Plum

    Lunaria – White ONLY

    Lupine – Red Flame

    Lupine – Noble Maiden

    Lupine - Arrayo

    Mallow - Pink OR White

    Marigold – Creamy White

    Meadow Foam

    Meconopsis betonicifolia or var.
    Daileyi

    Monarda – Jacob Cline

    Moss Pinks **REALLY WANT

    Oxalis – ANY *REALLY WANT

    Passiflora Incarnata 'Alba'

    Penstemon - Pocahontas

    Peony - ANY

    Phlox - creeping

    Phlox- ' Laura'

    Phlox - 'Katherine'

    Phlox - David

    Phlox - Blue Paradise

    Poppy – California Bridal Boquet

    Poppy- Asiatic

    Poppy - Papaver atlanticum 'Flore
    Pleno'

    Poppy - Queen Alexandra

    Poppy - Royal Wedding

    Poppy – Coral Reef

    Poppy – Fruit Punch

    Poppy – Pizzicato

    Poppy- Plum Pudding

    Poppy – Heartbeat

    Poppy – Burning Heart

    Poppy – Place Pigalle

    Poppy -Himalayian Blue (Meconopsis
    betonicifolia or var. Daileyi)

    Primula - ANY variety

    Primrose- ANY/ Candelabia

    Rose Campion – Occulata (Lychnis
    coronaria occulata)

    Rudbeckia – Cherokee Sunset

    Rudbeckia – Ruby Ruby

    Salvia – Black and Blue

    Salvia – Blue September

    Santolina Ericoides

    Scabiosa – Summer Berries

    Scabiosa – Fama Deep Blue

    Scabiosa – Isaac House

    Scabiosa – Diamond Pink

    Scabiosa – Blue Note

    Sea Thrift – Pink/Red

    Shasta Daisy – 'Becky'

    Shasta Daisy – Banana Cream

    Shasta Daisy – Luna

    Sidalcea - Rosanna

    Snapdragon -Fordhook Tall **REALLY WANT

    Snapdragon – Dwarf Twinny Peach
    Shades *REALLY WANT

    Southernwood- Tangerine

    Spring Star-Flower

    Sunflower - Ms. Mars

    Sunrose (Helianthemum)

    Thrift - Red

    Trumpet Vine- yellow variety

    Valerian (valeriana officinalis)

    Veronica - 'Crater Lake Blue'

    Veronica - 'Noah Williams'

    Veronica - ' Trehane'

    Veronica - 'Goodness Grows'

    Viola 'Etain'

    Wild Sweet William (Phlox maculata)

    Yarrow- Cassis

    Yarrow- Cherry Jubilee

    Yarrow – Red Velvet

    Yarrow- Flowerburst Red Shades **REALLY
    WANT

    Yarrow -Lilac

    Yarrow -Heide

    Yarrow - Terra Cotta

    Zinnia – Dahlia

    Zinnia- Tudor **REALLY WANT

    Zinnia- Zinderella

    Zinnia – Edwardian

    Zinnia – Sunbow Mix

    Zinnia – Benarys Giant Formula Mix

    Zinnia – Scabiosa Flowered mix

    ***************HERBS/VEGGIES**************


    Chamomile - Roman 'Flore Pleno'

    Eggplant – Hansel

    Lavender - Pink **REALLY WANT

    Yarrow-Cassis

    Yarrow- Cherry Jubilee

    Yarrow- Flowerburst Red Shades **REALLY
    WANT

    Yarrow -Lilac

    Yarrow -Heide

    Yarrow - Terra Cotta

    Yarrow – Red Velvet

    *************TREES/SHRUBS*************

    Azaleas – Exbury

    Butterfly Bush - yellow

    Butterfly Bush - Miss Molly

    Flowering Quince - ANY

    Flowering Quince - 'Minerva'

    Flowering Quince - 'Orange Delight'

    Hibiscus Syriacus 'Diana'

    Hibiscus - Summer Storm

    Hibiscus - Tropical ones!!!

    Peony - ANY

  • Zeak Rice
    5 years ago

    Veggies

    Green Beans

    Pole

    Black
    Cornfield

    Fayboy

    Jim
    Tye [½ Runner]

    Jenning’s

    Juanita Smith

    Matilda Chastain

    Minnie Shatterly

    Old
    Timey

    Paterge

    Redeye
    Fall

    Spangler

    State [½ Runner]

    Striped Cornfield

    Turkey
    Craw [Turkey Gizzard]

    Bush

    Dragon
    Langarie
    [Dragon’s Tongue]

    Jembo Polish

    Petit Filet

    Purple Queen

    Carrots:

    Amsterdam
    2

    Atomic Red

    Cape
    Market

    Chantenay
    Karoo

    Dolyanka

    Kuroda

    New
    Kuroda

    Kuroda
    Long 8

    Muscade

    Olenka

    Peaches
    n Cream

    Purple
    Dragon

    Purple
    Sun

    Pusa
    Asita

    Pusa
    Rudhira

    Red
    Danvers

    Red
    Giant

    Red
    Rose

    Svitshan

    Herbs:

    Anis Hyssop

    Blue Spice Basil

    Greek Dwarg Basil

    Spicy Globe Basil

    Marjoram [Sweet]

    Thyme
    [Citrus Types]

    Parsnips:

    All American

    Cobham Marrow

    Guernsey

    Harris Model

    Hollow Crown

    Lancer

    The Student

    White Gem

    PEAS:

    Sugar Ann

    Amish Snap

    Dwarf Gray Sugar

    Cascadia

    SQUASH:

    Alligastor

    Arikara

    Blue
    Ballet

    Buen
    Gusto De Horno

    Burpee’s
    Butterbush

    Chersonskaya

    Dickenson

    Gete-Okosomin

    Ggreek
    Sweet Red

    Hokkaido
    Stella Blue

    Honey
    Nut Butternut

    Iran

    Kamo
    Kamo

    Knife
    River

    Libra

    Melonette
    Jaspee Vendfee

    Minnasota Sweet

    Papaya
    Sweet

    Southern Miner’s

    Thai
    “Kang Kob"


  • Zeak Rice
    5 years ago

    F L O W E R S

    Asters:

    Callistephus:

    Gala Carmin Rose

    Gala Lavender

    Gala Blue

    Opus

    Super Baby Light Pink

    Starlight Pose

    French Marigolds:

    Bonita Mix

    Brocade Mix

    Chameleon Mix

    Court Jester

    Fiesta

    Heliotrope:

    Black Beauty

    Fragrant Delight

    Marfine [Dwarf]

    Nasturtiums:

    Black Velvet

    Tropaeolum Majus - Tall

    “ “ - Salmon Baby

    “ “ - Orange Gleam

    “ “ - Vesuvius

    Gaillardia:

    Burgundy

    Sun Devil

    Tokajer

    Milkweed:

    Asclepias - Ovalifolia (Oval-leaf Milkweed)

    Curassavica (tropical milkweed ‘silky gold’)

    Fascicularis (narrowleaf milkweed)

    Stock:

    Deep Rose Ten Week Dwarf Stocks ( matthiola icana )

    Dark Blue “ “ “ “ “ “

    Goldcut Yellow Stocks ( matthiola icana )

    Hamony Mix

    Iron Blue

    Iron Purple

    Iron Rose

    Katz Formula Mix

    Midget Mix

    Quartet Marine

    Quartet Peach

    Sweet Pea - Lathyrus Odoratus

    Apricot Sprite

    Cupid Pink [Dwarf]

    Old Spice Mix

    Prima Baller­ina Tri-Color [Dwarf]

    Royal Scarlet

    Royal Navy Blue

    Royal Sweet Pea (Royal Maroon)

    Sugar n Spice [Dwarf]

    Zinnia:

    Aztec Burgandy Bicolor

    Aztec Red Bicolor

    Benary’s Giant Formula Mix (Blue Point)

    Dahlia Flower­rd Formula Mix

    Master Elite Bronze

    Mazurkia

    Pepper­mint Stick

    Pop Art Gold Red n White Mix

    Pop Art Gold & Red

    Ppro­fusion Double Deep Salmon

    Swizzle Cherry n Ivory

    Swizzle Scarlet n Yellow

    Whirli­gig Mix

    Zahara Double Salmon Rose

    Zahara Double Yellow

  • Tom Jones
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    I would like

    lilies, (all )

    hollyhocks doubles

    peppers----- any white or chocolate

    ROCOTILLO

    RED ROCOTOQUINTISHO

    PIMENTA DE CHEIRO

    PERUVIAN POINTER

    PERUVIAN HABANERO

    PASILLA/CHILACA

    NUMEX SANDIA

    MIRASOL (PURPLE VARIETY)

    MARABA

    MALAGUETA

    LANTERN

    INCA RED DROP

    GRENADA SEASONING

    ECUADORAN AJI

    EARBOB

    CUBANELLE

    COBAN

    CHILE DE ÁRBOL

    CHILE DE AGUA

    CHAPEAU DE FRADE

    CASCABEL

    CARIBBEAN RED

    BOLIVIAN RAINBOW

    BOLIVIAN HABANERO

    BELIZE SWEET HABANERO

    ARIBIBI GUSANO

    AJI SANTA CRUZ

    AJI LIMON

    AJI DULCE

    AJI CRISTAL

    AJI CABALLERO

    AJI AMARILLO

    trinidad moruga scorpion

    7 pot Douglah

    7 Pot Primo

    Trinidad Scorpion ‘Butch T’

    Komodo Dragon

    Naga Viper

    7 Pot Barrackpore

    7 Pot Jonah

    Infinity Chilli pepper

    madame jeanette

    white habanero

    fatalii

    tigerpaw

    chocolate habanero
    red savina

    naga morich

    trinidad scorpion cardi

    bhut jolokia chocolate

    gibraltar

    infinity chili

    naga viper

    7 pot douglah

    Dragon's Breath

    trees ------

    willow weeping

    Duplicates are welcome

  • cghpnd
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    I will take duplicates -

    Asclepias asperula –Antelope Horn milkweed

    Asclepias amplexicaulis – Clasping Milkweed

    Asclepias Cordifolia –Heartleaf Milkweed

    Asclepias Humistrata –Sandhill Milkweed

    Asclepias purpurascens –Purple Milkweed

    Asclepias Rubra – Red Milkweed

    Asclepias Sullivanti - Prairie milkweed

    Asclepias Variegata –Redring Milkweed

    CalotropisGigantea - (giant milkweed)

    Antennariaplantaginifolia (Pussytoes)

    Arisaema triphyllum - Jack In the Pulpit

    Aster - Purple dome,Rice button - any

    Agastache - any

    Baptisia australis – Blue Wild Indigo, Yellow

    Bee Balm (Raspberry Wine) - any

    Begonia - Santa Cruz, Sunset

    Centaurea – any

    Coneflowers - Double Decker, Mama Mia, Pow wow,Tomato Soup, green, ANY

    Coleus – Lava Rose, Religious Radish, Chocolate covered cherry

    Carthamus tinctorius – Safflower

    Russelia Equisetiformis – firecracker plant

    Coral Fountain- ANY

    Columbine- Crimson Star, Any

    Cupids Dart

    Corpse Flower

    Fuchsia- Mrs Popple,Rose OF Denmark- ANY

    Lantana – trailing,ANY

    Linaria

    Lupines – Tuttie Frutti mix , Yellow

    Lobelia – any

    Lochroma -any

    Nasturtium-blackvelvet,ladybirdcream purple- Empress, ANy

    Phlox ( Moody blues)-Creeping Phlox

    Poppies (cherry glow,peony black, Black swan

    Pussy Willow

    Pulmonaria - lungwort

    Snapdragons-Trailing and/or tall

    Spice Bush

    Rudbeckia (cherrybrandy)

    Trumpet Honeysuckle

    Verbena- trailing, ANY

    Zinnia -Cactus, Purple, Pop Art, Envy,State Fair, Scabiosa, Benarys Giant, Candy Stripe,Aztec Bicolor, Inca

    .Salvia - ANY

    .Ginseng

    Willow ( Salixspecies)

    Arnica montanta

    Holy Basil

    Wild Dagga

    Collinsia heterophylla– Chinese Houses

    Sunflower – any tall with huge flower head

    Dianthus – Velvet lace

    Bachelor Button –black boy

    Datura metel – Violet Queen, Purple Horn of many (no others)

    Dahlia – any

    Pineapple Sage

    Pasque Flower- any

    Gazania – any

    4’ O Clocks – any that are red

    .Salvia – any,

    Ageratum – ANY

    Spiranthus cernua –Nodding ladys Tresses

    Indian Paint brush

    Cosmo – dwarf

    Dutchmans breeches

    Penthorum sedoids –
    ditch stone crop

    Amorpha canescens –
    leadplant

    Maltese cross

    Firecracker Vine

    Baikal – Scull cap

    Chinese Lantern Russian Sage

    Parsnips

    Beets

  • patrob
    5 years ago

    REMINDER: Some of the wish lists posted on this thread are no longer current since editing is disabled after a few days. Here's a link to the Composite List where you will find the current wish lists: COMPOSITE WISH LIST

  • midwestfarmwife
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Here is my wish list:

    FLOWERS

    Aster - Dwarf Milady Blue, Needle, Peony Duchess Apricot, October Skies, Purple Burst

    Bachelor's Buttons - Imperialis Mix, Tall Red

    Calendula - Awaiting Sunset, Bon Bon Yellow, Bronze Beauty, Fiesta, Lemon Cream, Mandarin Twist, Pacific Beauty Cream, Princess Golden, Princess Orange, Sunset Bluff, Touch of Red

    Carnation - Bananaberry Fizz, Chabaud Florist Mix, Chabaud La France, Chabaud Orange, Grenadine, King of Blacks, Lemon Fizz, Orange Ripple, Picotee, Raspberry Ripple

    Celosia - Bombay, Chinatown Red, Cramer's Burgundy, Ice Cream Orange, Kelos Purple, Orange Plume, Pink Plume

    Columbine - Barlow Christa, Black Barlow, Magpie, Origami Red & White, Navy & White, Red Hobbit, Spring Magic, Starburst Mix, Sunshine, Swan Pink Yellow, Winky Double Red & White

    Coreopsis - American Dream, Roulette

    Cosmidium - Brunette

    Cosmos - Antiquity, Candy Stripe, Capriola, Chocolate, Collarette, Cosimo, Dazzler, Fizzy Rose, Limara Lemon, Peppermint Twist, Rubenze, Rubinato, Snowpuff, Sonata Yellow, Sweet Sixteen, Velouette, White Pop Socks

    Daisy - Butter Daisy (Melampodium), Santa Barbara Daisy, The Blues, Zulu Prince

    Dianthus - Black & White Minstrels, Sooty, Super Parfait Raspberry, Sweet Black Cherry, Velvet N Lace, Violet Picotee

    Four O'clock - Salmon Sunset

    Garden Phlox - (tall) Brilliant, Isabellina, Red

    Geum - Lady Strathedon

    Hardy Hibiscus - Cherry Brandy, Cherry Cheesecake, Cranberry Crush, Heartthrob, Honeymoon Deep Red, Old Yella, Mighty Big Burgundy, Summer Storm, Turn of the Century

    Hollyhock - Blackberry Ripple, Chater's Chestnut Brown, Chater's Double Salmon, Chater's Maroon, Chater's Violet, Crème de Cassis, Danish Giant, Fiesta Time, Fig Leaf, Salmon Queen

    Japanese Morning Glory - any

    Knautia - Melton Pastels, Red Knight

    Lychnis - Dusky Salmon, Lumina Bronze Leaf, Orange Gnome, Rosett, Vesuvius

    Marigold - Alumia Vanilla Cream, Bonanza Harmony, Durango, Ivory, Kilimanjaro, Mission Giant Yellow

    Morning Glory - Cameo Elegance, Cotton Candy

    Moss Rose - Sundial

    Nasturtium - Black Velvet, Salmon Baby

    Nicotiana - Perfume Mix

    Ornamental Grass - Bunny Tails, Bear Grass, Chinese Fountain Grass, Fire Dance, Orange Sedge, Ruby Grass,

    Poppy - Antique Rose, Candy Kiss, Himalayan Blue, Fireworks, Lilac Pompom, Purple Peony, Raspberry Feathers, Taffeta, Violet Feathers, Violetta Blush

    Salvia - Pink Sunday, Summer Jewel Lavender, Summer Jewel Pink, Summer Jewel White

    Snapdragon - Brighton Rock, Deep Rose, Floral Series, Frosted Flames, Lucky Lips, Orange Wonder, Plumblossom, Tutti Fruitti, Twinny Appleblossom, Twinny Bronze, Twinny Peach, Twinny Rose

    Stock - Apricot, Blue, Crimson, Sugar & Spice Mix

    Swamp Hibiscus - Burgundy

    Verbascum - Shades of Summer, Summer Sorbet

    Yarrow - Love Parade, Summer Berries, Terra Cotta

    Zinnia - Bright Jewel Mix, Cherry & Ivory Swizzle, Color Crackle, Dancing Girls, Meteor, Old Mexico, Persian Carpet, Polar Bear

    HERBS

    Aztec Sweet Herb

    Basil - African Blue, Cardinal, Christmas, French, Greek

    Mint - Apple, Chocolate, Mint Julep, Mojito, Orange, Peruvian Mountain, Pineapple

    MEDICINAL

    Camphor Weed

    Citronella

    Jewel Weed

    St. John's Wort

    Sweet Cicely

    White Borage

    Za' atar

    VEGETABLES

    Lettuce - Capriola, Choca Mocha, Double Take, Garnet Rose, Lollo De Vino, Midnight Ruffles, Speckled Amish Bibb, Sweet Valentine

    Peppers - Aji Dulce, Anacajia, Big Daddy Yellow, Boaz, Bullet, Chervena Chushka, Chiliessa Picanto, Chiltepin, Cowhorn, Fresno, Gemica, Hinklehatz, Horizon Bell, Lilac Bell, Midnight Dreams, Orange Habanero, Tarahamara, Time Bomb, Yellow Monster

    Swiss Chard - Oriole Orange

    Tomatoes - African Queen, Ballada, Banana Cream, Barnyard Blush, Black Pineapple, Blue Ambrosia, Bola Macizo, Boronia, Bulgarian Triumph, Chang Li, Deep Space, Chocolate Champion, Chocolate Lightning, Dwarf Blazing Beauty, Dwarf Mr. Snow, Dwarf Pink Passion, Dwarf Purple Heart, Earl of Edgecomb, Emerald Apple, Estella, Hungarian Heart, Genuwine, Golden Perfection, Goliath, Gypsy, Ingeglio Gigante, Mortage Lifter Bi-Color, Ontario Red, Patio Princess, Pink Bumblebee, Pink Princess Cherry, Redfield Beauty, Red Robin, Red Rose, Rosella Crimson, Tasty Treat

  • mtprairiewinds
    5 years ago

    Seeds I'm Looking For:

    Alyssum maritimum (sweet alyssum)

    Beets

    Bellflower

    Canterbury Bells- Campanula

    Carrots

    Catmint- Nepeta cataria

    Coreopsis

    Clematis

    Coneflower- Echinacea

    Delphinium (larkspur) consolida ambigua

    Flax- Linum

    Lavender- Lavandula

    Lemon Balm- Melissa officinalis

    Linaria purpurea (love pink and purple)

    Mountain Bluet

    Nicotiana (flowering tobacco)

    Oregano- Origanum laevigatum

    Pincushion- Scabiosa

    Rose Campion

    Rudibekia

    Salvia splendens (scarlet sage)

    Sunflower- Helianthus

    Sedum

    Shasta Daisy

    Snow-In-The-Summer

    Speedwell Veronica

    Thyme- Thymus

    Viola Tricolor

    Yarrow-Achillea millefolium



    Bulbs I'm Looking For:

    Blazing Stars-Liatris

    I'm open to anything I can grow here. Surprises are always good!

  • Indigo2017 Blue
    5 years ago

    Seeds I am looking for - Infact anything I can grow in California , 9b :)

    Alyssum

    Amaranthus Coral Fountain

    Aster

    bee balm

    begonia

    Carnation (any color)

    Cosmos (any color)

    cone flower - any

    Cupids Dart

    Carthamus tinctorius

    Checkered Lily

    fuchsia (any)

    Marigold (any)

    Poppy (any)

    sunflower

    zinnia

    viola

    primrose

    petunis

    pansy

    lantana

    Russelia Equisetiformis

    milk weed

    hibiscus

    peony

    datura

    chrysanthemum

    daisy

    Echinacea

    Bird of Paradise

    Celosia
    Gaillardia (any color)
    Gray Santolina
    Hyacinth Bean Vine - Purple
    Larkspur mixed
    Penstemon Esprit
    Yarrow

    BULBS I am looking for -

    Sparaxis,

    Tritonia,

    Scilla peruviana

    Chasmanthe floribunda

    Amaryllis belladonna

    agapanthus

    Hippeastrum

    Bletilla

    hyacinth

    crocus

    dahlia

    Babiana

    Watsonia

    Ipheon,

    Ixia,

    Ranunculus

    HERBS I am looking for-

    Basil

    Mint

    parsley







  • patrob
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Hibiscusfan asked me to copy her wish list from her member page on Houzz to the Composite List. Just wanted everyone to know her list is posted there.

  • intelkid
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago
    1. Wish List:
    2. Agave (Agave Weberii)
    3. Amorphophallus bulbifer
    4. Anemone De Caen 'Blue & White Mix'
    5. Anemone 'De Caen'
    6. Anemone 'Lord Lieutenant'
    7. Angel's Trumpets "White" or "Red" (Brugmansia Suaveolens)
    8. Bird of Paradise
    9. COSMOS Red (Tetra Versailles), Seashells, or Any kind with vibrant rich and dark colors too
    10. Columbine Any
    11. Dahlia (coccinea var. palmeri)
    12. Dahlia Collarette 'Pooh' "Red & Yellow"
    13. Dahlia Dinnerplate 'Black Wizard'
    14. Dahlia 'Mary Eveline'
    15. Dahlia Collarette 'Ace of Hearts' "Pink petals /edged with white"
    16. Desert Rose "Black Emperor"
    17. Desert Rose "Dark Lord"
    18. Desert Rose "Apollo"
    19. Desert Rose "Bonsai" ADENIUM Obesum Red/White
    20. Dragon Flower (Dracunculus vulgaris)
    21. Dwarf Anything - fruit
    22. Easter Cactus (Hatiora Gaertneri)
    23. Fern - any kind
    24. Festuca "Powder Blue"
    25. Firecracker Plant (Russelia equisetiformis)
    26. Fuchsia "Blue Eyes"
    27. Gladiolus 'Arabian Night'
    28. Gladiolus 'Blue Isle'
    29. Gladiolus 'Madame De Paris'
    30. Gladiolus 'White Prosperity' 'Gladioli'
    31. Gladiolus 'Zizane'
    32. Habenaria radiata 'Egret Flower'
    33. Helictotrichon Sempervirens aka Blue Oat Grass
    34. Hemerocallis 'Pandora's Box'
    35. Huckleberry (Solanum melanocerasum) - For this variety I use to have seeds but lost them. Grown in '98
    36. Iceplant "Starburst" (Delosperma floribunda)
    37. Indian Pipe aka Death Plant (Monotropa uniflora)
    38. Japanese Blood Grass (Imperata Cylindrica 'Rubra')
    39. Jasmine "Tuscan Blue"
    40. Lily of The Vally (Convallaria Majalis)
    41. Lily "Red Climbing" (Gloriosa rothschildiana)
    42. Lily "Red Climbing " (Gloriosa superba L)
    43. Lomandra longifolia "Breeze"
    44. Lowbush Blueberry (Vaccinium Angustifolium)
    45. Neanthe Bella Palm - Parlor Palm (Chamaedorea Elegans)
    46. Panicum Amarum 'Dewey Blue'
    47. Plumeria (Plumeria pudica) Bloom Color: White/Near White
    48. Rafflesia arnoldii -Rare would love at least 2 seeds if possible
    49. Sago Palm Dwarf (Guangxi Cycas)
    50. Strawberry - 'Alpine, Allstar, Sparkle, Surecrop, Honeoye, Giant Robinson, Ft. Laramie, Quinault, Ozark Beauty' or any kind ( Sweet & Tasty)
    51. Sporobolus Heterolepis -prairie
    52. Telegraph Plant Seeds (Codariocalyx Motorius) aka Semaphore Plant
    53. Trailing Abutilon - (Abutilon megapotamicum)
    54. Vervain - Common (Verbena officinalis)
    55. White Sage (Salvia Apiana)
    56. Exotic / Tropical anything.
  • hibiscusfan -Northwest Ohio
    5 years ago

    Thanks Patricia for posting my wishlist. This antique lady is a computer dumb bell.

  • yotetrapper
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Ok... here's mine. The *** indicates most wanted.

    Calibrocha - any colors

    Coleus:

    Alabama Sunrise***

    Alabama Sunset***

    BlackBerry Waffles

    Bonfire

    Campfire

    Copper

    Cranberry Sun

    Dipt in Wine

    Velvet red (or red velvet)

    Columbine: Song bird series

    Dianthus:

    Black and White Minstrels

    Valentine***

    Velvet Lace

    Lemon Fizz

    Romance

    Neon Lace

    Haytor White

    Goldenrod: 'Soulmate'

    Hollyhock:

    Appleblossom

    Peaches and Dreams

    Marigold:

    Orange Hawaii

    Any named white such as Snowball, French Vanilla, etc.

    Petunia:

    Double Cascade (any color)

    Wave, Tidal Wave (any color)

    Sunflower:

    Italian Ice or Italian white or coconut ice

    Shock-o-lat

    Zinnia - Starlight Rose

    __________________________________________

    Bean

    Pole: Monte Cristo

    Case Knife

    Lima: Willowleaf

    White Dixie

    Carrot:

    Any pelleted seed or tape

    Napoli

    Cucumber:

    Double Yield

    Calypso

    Sassy

    Little Leaf

    Lettuce:

    Tom Thumb

    North Pole

    Summertime

    Melon:

    Honeydew: Honeycomb

    Muskmelon: Old Time Tennesee ***

    Watermelon: Mini Love

    Mississippi Cobb Gem


    Peppers:

    Golden Star

    Milena

    Squash/Pumpkins:

    Winter Luxury

    Sweet Meat

    Tomato:

    Beaverlodge (Plum or Slicer)

    Bobcat

    Cherokee Purple

    Depp's Pink Firefly

    Hog Heart

    Jackie***

    Jeff Davis

    Punta Banda

    Red Robin

    Royal Hillbilly (red version)

    Sweet Pea

    Tommy Toes

    Other:

    Clover- white

    Ginseng

    Trillium

  • Tom Jones
    5 years ago

    I would like

    lilies, (all )

    Hemerocallis daylily

    Hibiscus – Summer Storm

    Hibiscus – Mocha Moon

    Hibiscus – Heartthrob

    Hibiscus – Mars Madness

    Hibiscus Syriacus 'Diana'

    Hibiscus - Summer Storm

    Hibiscus - Tropical ones!!!

    Hardy hibiscus***-Named esp.Cranberry Crush-Fireball-Party Favor- Peppermint Snapps-Kopper

    King-Midnight Marvel-Jazzberry

    Jam-Robert Fleming-Torchy-Old Yella-Fantasia-Dream Catcher- any reds

    Hardy Hibiscus - Cherry Brandy,Cherry Cheesecake, Cranberry Crush, Heartthrob, Honeymoon Deep Red, Old Yella, Mighty Big Burgundy, Summer Storm, Turn of the Century

    hollyhocks doubles

    Hollyhock – Mystic Merlin

    Hollyhock-Happy Lights

    Hollyhock- Black Currant

    Hollyhock - Powderpuff

    Hollyhock - Blackberry Ripples

    Hollyhock- Halo Mix

    Hollyhock - Chater's Double Apricot

    Hollyhock – The Bridesmaid

    Hollyhock – Brides Bouquet

    Hollyhock – Fruity Mix

    Hollyhock - Braveheart

    -Happy Lights

    Blackberry Ripple, Chater's Chestnut Brown, Chater's Double Salmon, Chater's Maroon, Chater's Violet, Crème de Cassis, Danish Giant, Fiesta Time, Fig Leaf, Salmon Queen

    -Antwerp


  • Tom Jones
    5 years ago

    Yarrow- Cassis

    Yarrow- Cherry Jubilee

    Yarrow – Red Velvet

    Yarrow- Flowerburst Red Shades

    Yarrow -Lilac

    Yarrow -Heide

    Yarrow - Terra Cotta

    Yarrow-Cassis

    Yarrow- Cherry Jubilee

    Yarrow- Flowerburst Red Shades


    nicotiana 'chocolate smoke'

    Nicotiana, Avalon Series

    Nicotiana, Perfume Series

    Nicotiana, Saratoga Series

    Nicotiana, Tinkerbell

    Nicotiana - Perfume Mix

    Nicotiana - Red

    PEPPERS:

    Aji Ethiopian Fire Chilli

    Capsicum galapagoense

    Capsicum praetermissum

    Capsicum rhomboideum (aka. C. ciliatum)

    Doe Hill

    Fatalii Gourmet Aji Fantasy

    Hussli Tomato Pepper

    Mojo Scoundrel

    Pimenta Preta Orange

    7 Pod Congo SR Gigantic

    Yaki Blue Fawn

    trinidad moruga scorpion

    tree

    willow weeping


  • SunshineGal
    5 years ago

    My wishlist

    Note to Lisa - duplicates okay

    Agastache - Tango

    Balloon Flowers - any double flowered

    Blackberry Lily - Hello Yellow only

    Begonias - any

    Canna Lily - any except for red blooms

    Castor Bean ‘New Zealand Purple’

    Cilantro

    Cleomes - any purple

    Corkscrew Vine

    Delphiniums - any blues or purples

    Fuchsia - any

    Garlic Vine - cydista aequinoctialis

    Heuchera - any

    Hyacinth Bean - purple

    Iochroma cyanea

    Lambs ears

    Lithops - any

    Mexican Bush Sage - Salvia leucantha

    Miracle Fruit - synsepalum dulcificum

    Protea - any

    Rose of Sharon - any blue or purple

    Salvias - any but reds

    Snapdragons - any except white or yellow

    Strawflowers - any doubles

    Zinnia - any giants

    Any favorites, Flower, herb or veggie - if you LOVE growing it, I’d love to try it, please note that it’s your favorite under the plant name on the packet :)

  • ishareflowers {Lisa}
    Original Author
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Added 12/31

    bletilla- any

    sweet pea- America

    African daisy akila white with purple eye

    astilboides

    hibiscus turn of the century

    hibiscus lady Baltimore

    hibiscus old yella

    Canna-tropicanna

    Canna Lily starship

    Named flowers with variegated foliage {no groundcover,lunaria or grasses please}

    agastache Arizona sandstone
    agastache Arizona sun
    ageratum- cloud nine white or pink
    calendula touch of red buff
    clerodendron-any
    clitoria- double blue
    clitoria- double white lady
    columbine clementine red
    coreopsis rising sun
    dianthus black and white minstrels
    hibiscus- October rose
    justica brandegeana
    lobelia regatta marine blue
    miribalis- kaleidoscope
    morning glory venice pink
    nasturtium- orchard cream
    nasturtium ladybird rose
    nemophila penny black
    nigella African bride
    penstemon mystica
    petunia- tickled pink
    agrostemma-purple queen
    poppy pink fizz
    salvia summer jewel white
    snapdragon- any from the twinny series
    snapdragon-aroma peach breeze
    snapdragon-bronze dragon
    snapdragon-candy showers
    snapdragon-floral showers red and yellow
    snapdragon-lucky lips
    sweet pea cupid pink
    vinca-cobra passion fruit
    vinca- heatwave blue with white eye
    vinca major variegata
    vinca pacifica polka dot
    vinca {catharanthus}- cora cascade- any

  • SunshineGal
    5 years ago

    A few changes to clarify some things and a few additions - I put an * next to the changed/added items.

    My wishlist

    Note to Lisa - duplicates okay

    Agastache - Tango

    *Allium - any named

    Balloon Flowers - any double flowered

    Blackberry Lily - Hello Yellow only

    *Begonias - any named

    *Canna Lily - any named except for red blooms

    Castor Bean ‘New Zealand Purple’

    Cilantro

    Cleomes - any purple

    *Columnea - any

    *Corkscrew Rush - Juncus effusus

    Corkscrew vine

    Delphiniums - any blues or purples

    *Dianthus ‘Cinnamon Red Hots’

    *Fuchsia - any named

    Garlic Vine - cydista aequinoctialis

    *Gerbera daisy - any

    *Gloriosa Lily

    *Heuchera - any named except solid green

    Hyacinth Bean - purple

    Iochroma cyanea

    Lambs ears

    Lithops - any

    *Lunaria

    Mexican Bush Sage - Salvia leucantha

    *Micro Miniature Sinningia - any named

    *Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Miracle Fruit - synsepalum dulcificum

    *Patchouli

    Protea - any

    Rose of Sharon - any blue or purple

    *Ruellia elegans ‘Ragin’ Cajun’

    *Salvias - any named but no reds

    *Snapdragons - any named except white or yellow

    *Strawberries - any named

    Strawflowers - any doubles

    Zinnia - any giants

    *Your named favorite: Flower, herb or veggie - if you LOVE growing it, I’d love to try it, please note that it’s your favorite under the plant name on the packet :)

  • SunshineGal
    5 years ago

    My updated wishlist (last one!)

    Note to Lisa - duplicates okay

    Agastache - Tango

    Allium - any named

    Balloon Flowers - any double flowered

    Blackberry Lily - Hello Yellow only

    Begonias - any named

    Canna Lily - any named except for red blooms

    Castor Bean ‘New Zealand Purple’

    Cilantro

    Cleomes - any purple

    Columnea - any

    Corkscrew Rush - Juncus effusus

    Corkscrew vine

    Delphiniums - any blues or purples

    Dianthus ‘Cinnamon Red Hots’

    Fuchsia - any named

    Garlic Vine - cydista aequinoctialis

    Gerbera daisy - any

    Gloriosa Lily

    Heuchera - any named except solid green

    Hyacinth Bean - purple

    Iochroma cyanea

    Lambs ears

    Lithops - any

    Lunaria

    Mexican Bush Sage - Salvia leucantha

    *Micro Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Miracle Fruit - synsepalum dulcificum

    Patchouli

    Protea - any

    Rose of Sharon - any blue or purple

    Ruellia elegans ‘Ragin’ Cajun’

    Ruellia brevifolia

    Salvias - any named but no reds

    Snapdragons - any named except white or yellow

    Strawberries - any named

    Strawflowers - any doubles

    Zinnia - any giants

    *Your named favorite: Flower, herb or veggie - if you LOVE growing it, I’d love to try it, please note that it’s your favorite under the plant name on the packet :)

  • SunshineGal
    5 years ago

    My updated wishlist (last one- really!)

    Note to Lisa - duplicates okay

    Agastache - Tango

    Allium - any named

    Balloon Flowers - any double flowered named

    Blackberry Lily - Hello Yellow only

    Begonias - any named

    Canna Lily - any named except for red blooms

    Castor Bean ‘New Zealand Purple’

    Cilantro

    Cleomes - any named purple

    Columnea - any named

    Corkscrew Rush - Juncus effusus

    Corkscrew vine

    Delphiniums - any named blues or purples

    Dianthus ‘Cinnamon Red Hots’

    Fuchsia - any named

    Garlic Vine - cydista aequinoctialis

    Gerbera daisy - any named

    Gloriosa Lily

    Heuchera - any named except solid green

    Hyacinth Bean - purple

    Iochroma cyanea

    Lambs ears

    Lithops - any

    Lunaria

    Mexican Bush Sage - Salvia leucantha

    Micro Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Patchouli

    Protea - any named

    Rose of Sharon - any named blue or purple

    Ruellia elegans ‘Ragin’ Cajun’

    Ruellia brevifolia

    Salvias - any named but no reds

    Sedums - any named

    Snapdragons - any named except white or yellow

    Strawberries - any named

    Strawflowers - any named doubles

  • Tom Jones
    5 years ago

    Miss pat please add these back to my list

    trinidad moruga scorpion
    7 pot Douglah
    7 Pot Primo
    Trinidad Scorpion ‘Butch T’
    Komodo Dragon
    Naga Viper
    7 Pot Barrackpore
    7 Pot Jonah
    Infinity Chilli pepper
    madame jeanette
    white habanero
    fatalii
    tigerpaw
    chocolate habanero
    red savina
    naga morich

  • Tom Jones
    5 years ago

    trinidad scorpion cardi
    BOLIVIAN RAINBOW
    BOLIVIAN HABANERO
    BELIZE SWEET HABANERO
    ARIBIBI GUSANO
    AJI SANTA CRUZ
    AJI LIMON
    AJI DULCE
    AJI CRISTAL
    AJI CABALLERO
    AJI AMARILLO
    ROCOTILLO
    RED ROCOTOQUINTISHO
    PIMENTA DE CHEIRO
    PERUVIAN POINTER
    PERUVIAN HABANERO
    PASILLA/CHILACA
    NUMEX SANDIA
    MIRASOL (PURPLE VARIETY)
    MARABA
    MALAGUETA
    LANTERN
    INCA RED DROP
    GRENADA SEASONING
    ECUADORAN AJI
    EARBOB
    CUBANELLE
    COBAN
    CHILE DE ÁRBOL
    CHILE DE AGUA
    CHAPEAU DE FRADE
    CASCABEL
    CARIBBEAN RED
    Cubanelle Sweet Pepper

  • Tom Jones
    5 years ago

    PASILLA/CHILACA
    NUMEX SANDIA
    MIRASOL (PURPLE VARIETY)
    MARABA
    MALAGUETA
    LANTERN
    INCA RED DROP
    GRENADA SEASONING
    ECUADORAN AJI
    EARBOB
    CUBANELLE
    COBAN
    CHILE DE ÁRBOL
    CHILE DE AGUA
    CHAPEAU DE FRADE
    CASCABEL
    CARIBBEAN RED
    Cubanelle Sweet Pepper

    Inca Red Drop peppers (Sweety Drop Pepper) C. baccatum
    Melrose Pepper - aka Calabrian Chile pepper from Italy
    Padron chile
    Piquillo Pepper - Spanish
    Aji Dulce, Anacajia, Big Daddy Yellow, Boaz, Bullet, Chervena Chushka, Chiliessa Picanto, Chiltepin, Cowhorn, Fresno, Gemica, Hinklehatz, Horizon Bell, Lilac Bell, Midnight Dreams, Orange Habanero, Tarahamara, Time Bomb, Yellow Monster

    bhut jolokia chocolate
    gibraltar
    infinity chili
    naga viper
    7 pot douglah

  • ishareflowers {Lisa}
    Original Author
    5 years ago

    Ok. PAT. As far as I can see this will be the last of the edits/adds

    SUNSHINEGALS list to replace her current one on the composite list.

    Note to Lisa - duplicates okay

    Agastache - Tango

    Allium - any named

    Balloon Flowers - any double flowered named

    Blackberry Lily - Hello Yellow only

    Begonias - any named

    Canna Lily - any named except for red blooms

    Castor Bean ‘New Zealand Purple’

    Cilantro

    Cleomes - any named purple

    Columnea - any named

    Corkscrew Rush - Juncus effusus

    Corkscrew vine

    Delphiniums - any named blues or purples

    Dianthus ‘Cinnamon Red Hots’

    Fuchsia - any named

    Garlic Vine - cydista aequinoctialis

    Gerbera daisy - any named

    Gloriosa Lily

    Heuchera - any named except solid green

    Hyacinth Bean - purple

    Iochroma cyanea

    Lambs ears

    Lithops - any

    Lunaria

    Mexican Bush Sage - Salvia leucantha

    Micro Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Miniature Sinningia - any named

    Patchouli

    Protea - any named

    Rose of Sharon - any named blue or purple

    Ruellia elegans ‘Ragin’ Cajun’

    Ruellia brevifolia

    Salvias - any named but no reds

    Sedums - any named

    Snapdragons - any named except white or yellow

    Strawberries - any named

    Strawflowers - any named doubles

    TOMJONES has added his list of peppers back in. If you could add these to his current list please.

    trinidad scorpion cardi
    BOLIVIAN RAINBOW
    BOLIVIAN HABANERO
    BELIZE SWEET HABANERO
    ARIBIBI GUSANO
    AJI SANTA CRUZ
    AJI LIMON
    AJI DULCE
    AJI CRISTAL
    AJI CABALLERO
    AJI AMARILLO
    ROCOTILLO
    RED ROCOTOQUINTISHO
    PIMENTA DE CHEIRO
    PERUVIAN POINTER
    PERUVIAN HABANERO
    PASILLA/CHILACA
    NUMEX SANDIA
    MIRASOL (PURPLE VARIETY)
    MARABA
    MALAGUETA
    LANTERN
    INCA RED DROP
    GRENADA SEASONING
    ECUADORAN AJI
    EARBOB
    CUBANELLE
    COBAN
    CHILE DE ÁRBOL
    CHILE DE AGUA
    CHAPEAU DE FRADE
    CASCABEL
    CARIBBEAN RED
    Cubanelle Sweet Pepper

    Ishareflowers wish list

    I have completed all I have time for .

    bletilla- any

    sweet pea- America

    African daisy akila white with purple eye

    astilboides

    hibiscus turn of the century

    hibiscus lady Baltimore

    hibiscus old yella

    Canna-tropicanna

    Canna Lily starship

    Named flowers with variegated foliage {no groundcover,lunaria or grasses please}

    agastache Arizona sandstone
    agastache Arizona sun
    ageratum- cloud nine white or pink
    calendula touch of red buff
    clerodendron-any
    clitoria- double blue
    clitoria- double white lady
    columbine clementine red
    coreopsis rising sun
    dianthus black and white minstrels
    hibiscus- October rose
    justica brandegeana
    lobelia regatta marine blue
    miribalis- kaleidoscope
    morning glory venice pink
    nasturtium- orchard cream
    nasturtium ladybird rose
    nemophila penny black
    nigella African bride
    penstemon mystica
    petunia- tickled pink
    agrostemma-purple queen
    poppy pink fizz
    salvia summer jewel white
    snapdragon- any from the twinny series
    snapdragon-aroma peach breeze
    snapdragon-bronze dragon
    snapdragon-candy showers
    snapdragon-floral showers red and yellow
    snapdragon-lucky lips
    sweet pea cupid pink
    vinca-cobra passion fruit
    vinca- heatwave blue with white eye
    vinca major variegata
    vinca pacifica polka dot
    vinca {catharanthus}- cora cascade- any

    PLEASE REMOVE INDIGO2017BLUE. Thank you.

    Thank you Pat for handling the composite wish list for me. I'm not good at those programs.

    I'll post some final reminders and packing instructions in the morning for the new players of the swap.

  • Kaylee
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    SUBSTITUTIONS AND DUPLICATES OKAY

    I'm not picky! Just no ornamentals please!

    BEANS (anything pretty! except scarlet runner)

    Purple Koronis

    Nonna Agnes's Blue Bean

    Fort Portal Jade Bean

    Dragon Tongue

    Red Swan

    Sunset Runner

    Painted Lady Runner

    PEAS! Any rare, heirloom, odd colored varieties

    Carouby De Maussane

    Spring Blush Tendril

    Blue Pod Capucijner

    Tall Telephone

    Arbogast

    Magnum Bonum

    Prince Albert

    Champion of England

    Sugar Magnolia

    SQUASH (any bush types)

    Bush Buttercup

    Desi Summer Squash

    Galeux d'Eysines

    Kakai

    Kogigu

    Lakota

    Marina di Chioggia

    Moranga

    Musquee de Provence

    Seminole

    Sibley/Pikes Peak

    Sucrine du Berry

    Sweet Dumpling

    Tatume

    Thelma Sanders Sweet Potato

    Triamble/Shamrock

    MELONS

    Ali Baba Watermelon

    Crane

    Early Frame Prescott

    Ginger's Pride

    Ineya

    Mother Mary's Pie Melon

    Old Time Tennessee

    Piel de Sapo

    Strawberry Watermelon

    Swan Lake

    Tip Top

    Valencia Winter Melon

    Vert Grimpant

    TOMATOES

    African Queen

    Aunt Ruby's German Green

    Aunt Ginny's Purple

    Aunt Gertie's Gold

    Believe it or not

    Big Ben

    Big Rainbow

    Black Russian

    Blondkopfchen

    Brandywine Yellow

    Burpee's Globe

    Ceylon

    Chile Verde

    Elfin

    Emerald Evergreen

    Gold Medal

    Goldman's Italian-American

    Green Doctors

    Green Giant

    Jaune Flammee

    Marvel Striped

    Mary Robinson's German Bicolor

    Matt's Wild Cherry

    McClintock's Big Pink

    Mortgage Lifter bicolor

    Old Ivory Egg

    Opalka

    Orange Banana

    Orange Strawberry

    Peach Blow Sutton

    Purple Russian

    Red Rose

    Santa Clara Canner

    Sara's Galapagos

    Stump of the World

    Stupice

    White Beauty

    Wild Sweetie

    MISC.

    All kinds of carrots and radishes (the more colorful the better!)

    Ramps, Wild Leeks

    Nodding Onion (Allium cernuum)

    Egyptian Walking Onion

    Ground Cherry (Aunt Molly's, Goldie)

    Goji Berry (scarlet wolfberry)

    Wild Strawberry (fragaria vesca)

    FLOWERS

    Papaver somniferum (Pepperbox, Black Swan, Drama Queen, Igor, Hens and Chicks, Hungarian Blue)

    Calendula (Kablouna, Oopsy Daisy, Solar Flashback, Pink Surprise, any apricot colored)

    Dianthus caryophyllus (ANY)

    Dianthus plumarius (ANY)

    Echinacea purpurea (ANY PURPLES, Bravado, Fatal Attraction, Pink Poodle, Ruby Star)

    Orange Honeysuckle (Lonicera Ciliosa)

    Pink Honeysuckle (Lonicera Hispidula)

    Rose (Rosa rugosa)

    Sunflowers (Chianti, Greenburst, Ikarus, Jade, Jolly Joker, Taiyo, Titan)

    Wild Violets (Viola Sempervirens, Viola Adunca, Viola Glabella)

    Zinnias (Swizzle Cherry & Ivory, Tudor)

    NASTURTIUM (ANY except mixes)

    Apricot Trifle

    Cherries Jubilee

    Copper Sunset

    Creamsicle

    Double Delight Apricot

    Evelyn

    Hermine Grashof

    Margaret Long

    Moonlight

    Vesuvius

    Yeti

    Ladybird Cream Purple Spot

    HERBS

    Orange Thyme (thymus fragrantissimus)

    Culinary Sage (Berggarten Variegated, Broad leafed Sage)

    White Sage (salvia apiana)

    Basil (Tulsi, Lime, Lettuce Leaf, Purple types)

    Lavender (Hidcote, Munstead)

    Pineapple mint

    Ashwagandha

    Soapwort

    Lemon Verbena

    Sorrel

    Lovage

    Salad Burnet

    Mizuna

  • ishareflowers {Lisa}
    Original Author
    5 years ago

    PAT, I just saw nicotina red on TOMJONES list, could you please remove that from the composite list.

  • yotetrapper
    5 years ago

    Lisa, Tom posted 2 posts full of peppers to be added on I think....

  • patrob
    5 years ago

    It was more like three, and I have added them all to his list on the Composite List.

    ishareflowers {Lisa} thanked patrob
  • patrob
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    I have updated SunshineGal's list several times in the last two days, including what she said was her last list, but I will do it again. I recently added Tom's peppers back to his list. and I will remove the red Nicotiana from his list. I will try to sort it all out. I will remove indigo2017blue's list, though I have tried to help and encourage her to participate. And Lisa, I will add your list to the Composite List.

    I have spent most of this day outside in the cold, behind frozen to the seat of the tractor and then to the ATV, trying to get ranch, animals and water lines, ready for the cold weather we are expecting this week. I hope all of you are safe and warm in this extreme cold.

    I have way more seeds already than I can use, so I am withdrawing from this swap. I'll get the Composite List as correct and as complete as I can, of course.

  • patrob
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Here is indigo2017blues's wish list updated this evening and sent to me by e-mail. She's trying. Do I add her list to the Composite List or not?

    Thank you so much for the help -
    Here is my updated list

    SEEDS

    Allium

    Blackberry lily

    Corkscrew
    vine

    Delphiniums -

    Dianthus ‘Cinnamon Red Hots’

    Gerbera daisy

    Gloriosa Lily

    Iochroma cyanea

    Hollyhocks

    Lowbush Blueberry

    Trailing Abutilon

    zinnia - Double Salmon
    Rose, zinderella peach, queen lime, queen lime orange

    Sweet Pea

    Carnation (any color)

    Cosmos
    (any color)

    Poppy (unique colors)

    Aster

    bee balm

    lantana

    Amaranthus Coral Fountain

    Carthamus tinctorius

    begonia

    Cupids Dart

    Russelia Equisetiformis –
    firecracker plant

    milk weed

    hibiscus

    peony

    datura

    chrysanthemum

    daisy

    lily

    Bird of Paradise, Desert -

    Celosia - Giant Maroon

    Echinacea - Cheyenne Spirit

    Gaillardia (any color)

    Gray Santolina – Lavender Cotton

    Hyacinth Bean Vine - Purple

    Larkspur mixed (smaller variety)

    Penstemon Esprit

    Yarrow - Paprika or any unique colors

    Marigold - Alumia Vanilla Cream, Bonanza
    Harmony, Durango, Ivory, Kilimanjaro, Mission Giant Yellow

    Bulbs I am looking for -

    Babiana,

    Ranunculus

    Ipheon,

    Watsonia

    Ixia,

    Sparaxis,

    Tritonia,

    Scilla peruviana

    Chasmanthe floribunda

    Amaryllis belladonna

    agapanthus

    Hippeastrum

    Bletilla

    hyacinth

    crocus

    dahlia

  • yotetrapper
    5 years ago

    Wow, that list would get a ton of generic seeds. I think I could send fifty packets alone to her and I don't have very many seeds to begin with, lol, Maybe we could give her an extra day to pick a couple named or specific varieties of those?

  • ishareflowers {Lisa}
    Original Author
    5 years ago
    last modified: 5 years ago

    Pat, I think we all have too many seeds or at least more than we can grow this season. Sorry that you have decided to withdraw.

    Farming must be a lot of work, especially when cold snaps like this hit. I feel bad for the poor animals that have to be outdoors and endure the cold. I know they say some are built for it but I still feel bad for them. Keep your babies warm.

    It's -5 here in MA. this morning....Brrrr

    I know people have added/ changed lists a lot. Thank you for handling that aspect for me. I appreciate the help!

    Pat would you please have indigo message me ishareflowers@aol.com. I have messaged her twice with no response. Maybe my Houzz messages aren't reaching her. I'm happy to have her play along. I don't want to leave anyone out who wants to play but would like a chance to email with her before her list is posted.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL!

  • Kaylee
    5 years ago

    SUBSTITUTIONS AND DUPLICATES OKAY

    I'm not picky! Surprises are great just no ornamentals please

    BEANS (anything pretty! except scarlet emperor I have lots of him)

    Blauhilde

    Purple Koronis

    Nonna Agnes's Blue Bean

    Fort Portal Jade Bean

    Dragon Tongue

    Red Swan

    Sunset Runner

    Painted Lady Runner

    Good Mother Stallard

    PEAS! Any rare, heirloom, or odd colored varieties

    Carouby De Maussane

    Spring Blush Tendril

    Blue Pod Capucijner

    Tall Telephone

    Arbogast

    Magnum Bonum

    Prince Albert

    Lincoln

    Champion of England

    Sugar Magnolia

    SQUASH (any bush types)

    Bush Buttercup

    Desi Summer Squash

    Galeux d'Eysines

    Kakai

    Kogigu

    Lakota

    Marina di Chioggia

    Moranga

    Musquee de Provence

    Sibley/Pikes Peak

    Sucrine du Berry

    Sweet Dumpling

    Tatume

    Thelma Sanders Sweet Potato

    Triamble/Shamrock

    MELONS

    Ali Baba Watermelon

    Crane

    Early Frame Prescott

    Ginger's Pride

    Ineya

    Old Time Tennessee

    Piel de Sapo

    Strawberry Watermelon

    Swan Lake

    Tip Top

    Valencia Winter Melon

    Vert Grimpant

    TOMATOES

    African Queen

    Aunt Ruby's German Green

    Aunt Ginny's Purple

    Aunt Gertie's Gold

    Believe it or not

    Big Ben

    Big Rainbow

    Black Russian

    Blondkopfchen

    Brandywine Yellow

    Burpee's Globe

    Ceylon

    Chile Verde

    Elfin

    Emerald Evergreen

    Gold Medal

    Goldman's Italian-American

    Green Doctors

    Green Giant

    Jaune Flammee

    Marvel Striped

    Mary Robinson's German Bicolor

    Matt's Wild Cherry

    McClintock's Big Pink

    Mortgage Lifter bicolor

    Old Ivory Egg

    Opalka

    Orange Banana

    Orange Strawberry

    Orange Minsk

    Peach Blow Sutton

    Purple Russian

    Red Rose

    Santa Clara Canner

    Sara's Galapagos

    Stump of the World

    Stupice

    White Beauty

    Wild Sweetie

    MISC.

    All kinds of radishes (the more colorful the better!)

    Carrots - Atomic Red, Black Nebula, Black Spanish, Chantenay, Gniff, Koral, Oxheart, Scarlet Nantes, St Valery

    Ramps, Wild Leeks

    Nodding Onion (Allium cernuum)

    Egyptian Walking Onion

    Ground Cherry - Aunt Molly's, Goldie

    Goji Berry (scarlet wolfberry)

    Wild Strawberry (fragaria vesca)

    FLOWERS

    Papaver somniferum - Pepperbox, Black Swan, Danish Flag, Drama Queen, Igor, Hens and Chicks, Hungarian Blue, Fire and Snow, Giganteum

    Calendula - Kablouna, Oopsy Daisy, Solar Flashback, Pink Surprise, any apricot colored

    Dianthus plumarius (ANY)

    Echinacea purpurea - ANY PURPLES, Bravado, Fatal Attraction, Pink Poodle, Ruby Star

    Orange Honeysuckle (Lonicera Ciliosa)

    Pink Honeysuckle (Lonicera Hispidula)

    Rose (Rosa rugosa)

    Sunflowers - Chianti, Greenburst, Ikarus, Jade, Jolly Joker, Taiyo, Titan

    Wild Violets (Viola Sempervirens, Viola Adunca, Viola Glabella)

    Zinnias - Cherry & Ivory Swizzle, Tudor

    NASTURTIUM - ANY except mixes, Apricot Trifle, Cherries Jubilee, Copper Sunset, Creamsicle, Double Delight Apricot, Evelyn, Hermine Grashof, Margaret Long, Moonlight, Vesuvius, Yeti, Ladybird Cream Purple Spot

    HERBS

    Orange Thyme (thymus fragrantissimus)

    Culinary Sage - Berggarten Variegated, Broad leafed Sage

    White Sage (salvia apiana)

    Basil - Tulsi, Lime, Lettuce Leaf, Purple types

    Lavender - Hidcote, Munstead, Ellagance

    Pineapple mint

    Ashwagandha

    Soapwort

    Lemon Verbena

    Sorrel

    Lovage

    Salad Burnet

    Mizuna