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Old 03-15-2019, 11:41 PM   #1
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If anybody needs seeds for their garden, I have a few extras.

And a few is an understatement! I have already posted these on the gardening forums I go on, and traded for a few new (to me) ones, but I still have a LOT left over. If anyone needs any, or had any particular ones in mind, PM me - maybe I have it, even though it's not listed. I posted the trade lists I have of greens, tomatoes and peppers, but all of the herbs and the rest of the greens, as I have so many of all of those, that most go bad before I use them all! So I'd rather share, than throw away.

PEPPERS

4 Aji Rico 2018
30+ Ancho 2016
20+ Buena Mulata 2017
10 Bulgarian Carrot 2017
20 Craig's Grande Jalapeño 2016
10 Habanada 2017
20+ Mohini 2016
30+ Prik Chi Faa Thai 2016
12 Ring Of Fire 2018
6 Ristra 2018
20 Santa Fe Grande 2016
20 Trinidad Scorpion 2016


SWEET

17 Aconcagua 2017
20+ Jimmy Nardello 2017
14 Marconi Red 2017
25 Lipstick 2019

Tomatoes

20 Arkansas Traveler 2017
8 Black Beauty 2016
20+ Black Vernisage 2017
10 Chocolate Chestnut 2016
15 Green Zebra 2018
12 Kellog's Breakfast 2018
8 Large Barred Boar 2016
30+ Pink Oxheart 2018
10 Premo F1 2016


DWARFS all 2018

20 Barossa Fest
20 Coorong Pink
20 Kelly Green
15 Summer Sunrise
15 Sweet Sue

GREENS for trade

2017 Pinetree Cabbage mix
2016 Cabbage, Savoy Jan King 3
2017 Cauliflower, Amazing Taste
2018 Cauliflower, Green Harmony
2018 Misome
2017 Runway Arugula
2016 Wild Arugula

Greens for 2019

Brassicas

2017 Bok Choy, Win Win
2018 Bok Choy Ching Chang summer boy
2018 Kohlrabi, Crispy Colors Duo
2017 " Gigante
2017 " Kolibri
2016 Komatsuna, Generic
2018 " Summer Fest
2016 Minutina
2019 Misome
2016 Mizuna, Green
2019 " Red
2019 Pai Tsai
2017 Senposai
2017 Shogoin
2016 Tatsoi

Chards

2016 El Dorado
2017 Neon Glow
2017 Perpetual Spinach
2016 Pot Of Gold

Lettuce

2017 Black Seeded Simpson
2017 Fragrant Chai
2017 Orient Green Curl
2018 Saved seed, red leaf lettuce

Misc.

2018 Japanese Spinach

Misc. Trade Seeds

Melons

20 Athena F1 2018
50+ Hale's Best 2018

10 Bitter Melon - Green Giant

Sguash/gourds

40+ Seminole Pumpkin - saved ?
20 PA Dutch Crookneck Butternut 2016
10 Golden Glory summer 2018

Cardoon

50+ White Ivory 2016

Herbs

Basil

20 Gecofure, Genovese conpact 2018
50 Hoary Oriental 2016
50 Seratta 2018
20 Siam Queen 2017

Cilantro

50 Cilantro, Santo 2017
50 " Caribe 2018
50 " Bac Liev 2017
40 " Large leaf 2017
50+ " Indian variety 2019

Misc. Herbs

20 Parsley, smaller flat leaf 2018
100+ Parsley, curly 2018

Catnip 2017
Chervil 2018
Chinese Celery 2017
Chives 2018
Culantro 2018
Garlic Chives 2018
Mexican Pepperleaf 2015
Red Epazote, saved 2017

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Old 03-16-2019, 02:08 AM   #2
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No shiso?
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Old 03-16-2019, 09:43 AM   #3
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Joel, I don't use Shiso very often. When I have grown it, I would buy a batch at the Asian market, and clone it - I do this with a lot of those herbs, as it is much faster; I also do this with lemongrass.
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Old 03-16-2019, 06:07 PM   #4
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That's an impressive list, Dave! Thanks for offering it up for adoption.
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Old 03-17-2019, 05:13 AM   #5
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Joel, I don't use Shiso very often. When I have grown it, I would buy a batch at the Asian market, and clone it - I do this with a lot of those herbs, as it is much faster; I also do this with lemongrass.
I did it with lemon grass too last year, and I actually still have some of that plant on the basement ( under lights). Hoping I can get it outside soon and let Mother Nature take over.

Theres some Asian green, not sure what it is, but I put the cuttings in my little Aquaponic set up, and they seem to be surviving and rooting.
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Old 03-17-2019, 11:02 PM   #6
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Very kind of you to offer, my wife gets hers from the uk.

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Old 03-18-2019, 01:00 AM   #7
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I'm tempted by the tomatoes, but I think the first year I'm going to just put in some cherry tomatoes.
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Old 03-18-2019, 07:18 PM   #8
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I'd like to help you in your new area there, RR, but remember, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and those types of seeds require a good sized setup with lighting, and for some things, esp. peppers, heat. Some things, however, like many greens, can be direct seeded, and some are ready for harvest in 40-50 days. I start mine inside, transplant under cover in 3 weeks, and after 30 days they are pushing up on the covers, ready for the first harvest. And most, the leaves on the perimeter are cut away, and it grows right back!
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