October Plant and Seed Exchange.

Discussion in 'Gardening & Plant Propagation' started by tallpines, Sep 27, 2005.

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  1. tallpines

    tallpines Well-Known Member

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    If you have seeds or plants to Sell, Swap or Trade.............
    list them here------.
     
  2. Hank - Narita

    Hank - Narita Well-Known Member

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    We have all kinds of vegie seeds to sell or swap.
     

  3. gean

    gean Member

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    I have these to trade.

    Seeds,plants,cuttings

    angel trumpet (pink,white,yellow)
    beautyberry
    butterfly bush (purple,yellow)
    cleome (mix)
    deutzia
    hibiscus (white swamp)
    mints (apple,spearmint,varigated)
    moonflower (vine)
    morning glory (mix)
    morning glory (scarlett o hara)
    4 o'clock (mix)
    red bottlebrush buckeye
    sweet autumn clematis
    vinca
    wisteria (purple,white)
    zinnia (mix)
     
  4. TnMtngirl

    TnMtngirl Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I will trade some Hickory King corn for pumpkin seed, need the small kind that is good for pies.
    Also have seed from a big crookneck squash,dont know what it is but its kind of sweet. orange flesh, weighs about 20lb.This came up volenteer in a friends garden.
     
  5. decamper

    decamper Well-Known Member

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    I am currently drying bunches of Sweet Annie. I will have seed available in a couple of weeks. This plant is used in Christmas/holiday arrangements. Smells great! Will trade for any kind of seeds, etc.
     
  6. willow_girl

    willow_girl Very Dairy

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    I have tall white perennial hibiscus (hardy to at least zone 4) and a smaller amount of white datura (angel's trumpet) seed available. Will swap for just about anything! :)

    Please contact me via PM if interested!
     
  7. shadowwalker

    shadowwalker Well-Known Member

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    I have Heirlooms of:
    Watermelon-Red, Yellow, Orange all grow to about 20 to 30 pounds.
    Okra-Clemson Spineless,Perkins Long pod,Alabama Red.
    Squash-Blue Hubbard,Kabocha,Butternut,White Scalloped,Yellow Scalloped,Acorn, Hopi Black,Spaghetti, Pink Banana.
    Gourds-Bushel,Gooseneck,Birdhouse.
    Herbs-Wormwood, Tansy,Corriander.
    Pumkin-Queensland Blue, Regular Orange.
    Mimosa Tree, Purple Passion Flower.
    I have some more I can't remember now, so I'll edit later.


    Wanted:
    Elderberry,All Nut trees, Elder tree, Slippery Elm, Black Cohosh,Mullberry,Sasafrass,Sweetgum,Gourds- Long handle,Short handle, bowl,any odd ones,Bittrmelon,Meadowsweet, Open to other offfers.
    Thanks in Advance. shadowwalker
     
  8. Carson

    Carson New Member

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    Hi! Carson here. I would be very interested in obtaining some Mimosa and Purple Passion flower seeds. Could you please describe the Purple Pasion ? I think I know what it is and my wife and I have long been wanting to get a start of it for our place.
    Thanks
    Carson
    Southern Indiana
     
  9. suelandress

    suelandress Windy Island Acres Supporter

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    I have

    butterfly weed...gold, orange and pink
    gerkin cukes
    Astrantia Major Masterwort
    Echinacea Magnus
    Echinacea Bravado
    coreopsis Red Plains

    Looking for perennial ground cover good in zone 5
     
  10. Loriann1971

    Loriann1971 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    We just moved to a new property, so we don't have a lot of seeds to harvest this year, but I do have:

    Day Lilly Seeds
    Coneflower
    Yucca
     
  11. suelandress

    suelandress Windy Island Acres Supporter

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    Desperately wanted: RED Skullcap (not pink or white or blue)
     
  12. Turkeyfether

    Turkeyfether Well-Known Member

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    These are thee BEST pumpkins I have EVER canned!! Not watery. They are dark orange & thick as Libby's canned pumpkin. But SWEEEETT!!! These are sugary,solid meat.NO space for a candle in this pumpkin.They are not very big but they ARE VERY heavy!! Last year I bought this from my country store down the road,but they stayed green (because I bought them too late in the season). SOOOOO~~ they ended up in the compost pile. WELL!! My compost pile took on a life of its' own & grew a whole pumpkin patch of these here "Cinderella" pumpkins,as my local produce fella would call them.This year they're orange & in my canner!!! The very same night my neighbor brought me her 150lb. pumpkin slices. I canned those first then these Cinderella sugar pumpkins from my compost pile. FORGET that 150 lb. 'turkey'. The quality of the meat pumpkin was these was best ever!! I'll send you seeds free if you send a self addressed envelope asking for the ### seeds you want.I also got beets,spinach. Some other stuff. Tomatoes.Send me some MORNING GLORY seeds!! I Love them!~~~ T.F.
     
  13. Turkeyfether

    Turkeyfether Well-Known Member

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    TnSeeMtGrl~~ I'll send you the best pumpkin seeds you ever had!! Send me whatever the heck you want!! I'll take it.I'm a Pa.Mt.girl & if it's a seed~~~~ I'll plant it!!
     
  14. Turkeyfether

    Turkeyfether Well-Known Member

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    Any Pa. People Looking For Maple Trees, I Have Many That Are About 12-18" Tall Growing In My Garden That I'd Be Glad To Give You For Free Of For Barter.they Are So Pretty,i Can't Mow Them Under.
     
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