Hard to believe that this is the 6th year of offering seeds on this forum. For those not familiar, it began with whatever Jung's had for trial packets for a given year plus a few tomatoes. It's sort of escalated to where it's almost become a big tomato seed offer with the Jung's seed used as an excuse for not placing a price on anything. SOP has been to inform me of your choices, supply an address to send them to, and the recipient may decide to send something or not. Those that do send something usually make up for those who don't. Besides, it's a hobby and my way of sharing my garden with my neighbors. Can't help it that some of my neighbors may be 2,000 miles away. Some "donations" over the years have been as follows: homemade soap, tea, honey, maple syrup, pickled beets, sauerkraut, garden gloves, kitchen shears, jerky, pecans, pecan pie, salsa, jelly, and lots of other good things. The last two years, we had beans along with the tomatoes. Last year, ran out and had to buy beans and make up my own trial packets since everyone wanted beans. That's normal since everyone loves beans. For those who got the tri-color mix the past 2 years, I know that you saved seeds and don't need repeats. That gave me an idea this year to grow a lot of different beans to include with my tomato offer in case Jung's didn't have a real super vegetable for their centennial year. For the first time that I can remember, it's a tomato. If it only happens once a century, I'll forgive them! And now the seeds. Everyone will get these two either for themselves or to share with another gardener. The Jung's free packets are Wayahead tomato and Prairie Sun Rudbeckia. The Wayahead was introduced by Jung's 85 years ago, in 1921. It's early, prolific, and determinate. The Rudbeckia is sort of a green-eyed Susan. (I do have some Blue Dress annual flax and Jung's Caesar Salad Blend packets from last year but you must specifically request them.) Beans, choice of 2 varieties, at least 25 per packet unless noted: Black Tepary, Bush/Dry, 50 per packet Black Turtle, Bush/Dry, 50 per packet Black Eye Cowpea, Bush/Dry Brown Dutch, Bush/Dry Red Mexican, Bush/Dry Red Spanish, Bush'Dry Kentucky Wonder 191, Pole/Snap Purple Queen, Bush/Snap Pencil Pod Wax, Bush/Snap Tennessee Greasy Grit, Pole/Snap "Uncle Steve's" Italian, Pole/Snap/Pinto Type Williams River, Pole/Snap Tomatoes, choice or 4 varieties, 20+ per packet. You'll be able to find descriptions of most varieties somewhere on the Internet. Some are the first time ever offered and may only be mentioned on a French site. Utility type canner-juicer-slicer: Abraham Lincoln Amish Yellow Aunt Gertie's Gold Bradley Cherokee Green Cherokee Purple Cosmonaut Volkov Croatian Heart German Pink Giant Syrian Goose Creek Green Giant John Baer Harvard Square Kristina Vatcheva Leatha's Italian Lescana Romanian Beef Lescana Romanian Heart Lithuanian Marianna's Conflict Marianna's Peace Medford Nyagous, Red Oregon Spring Ugly Ripe West Virginia 63 Wisconsin 55 Wisconsin 55 Gold Yoder's German Yellow Small/Cherry/Salad: Black Cherry Gardener's Delight Green Grape Green Zebra Lemon Drop Moby Grape Pink Grape Red Pear Tigerella Tommy Toes, Red Tommy Toes, Yellow Yellow Pear Paste/Sauce: Greenbush Italian Juliet F4 Mr. Fumo Paquebot Roma Perito Italian Roman Candle Segler Sheyenne Misc.: Balkon Star, 2' high for containers/hanging baskets Garden Peach, Red, fuzzy Garden Peach, Yellow, fuzzy Novogogoshary, stuffer Striped Cavern, stuffer Voyage, cluster of fruit in one Do not ask if I have any of a certain variety. If I run out of something, I will simply edit it out. Offer will be good until it's too late to start tomatoes and expect a harvest. Contact me by e-mail only, PM fills up too quickly and I have no record. If you are not a registered HT member, I probably won't hold that against you! I keep a record only according to last name and state, not HT name. You'll have my mailing address when you receive the seeds. With bubble envelope, postage, and seed packaging, I'll have about a buck invested in each. Anything more than that will be appreciated to cover those who can't donate something. Last year, about 2 out of 5 sent something. I can live with that! Happy gardening! Martin email@example.com There is now evidence that some messages haven't gotten through the first time. I shall try to acknowledge receipt of each request within a reasonable period of time. If there is no word from me after 12 hours, send the message again.