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My 2011 List is small but see if you want any. The seeds were bought mostly via Internet and just can't plant them fast enough so why not share! We are in Zone 9. :)

Burpee Seed Co.

Amaranthus (Love-Lies-Bleeding)
Stevia Sweet Leaf Herb
Butterfly Bush Hybrid Mix

Ferry-Morse

Pinto Beans

Kitazawa Seed Co.

Chrysandthemum Greens
Edible Burdock
Podded Snow Pea
Thai Chili Pepper
Minari
Chinese Leeks
Sesame Black
Eggplant (Konasu)

Evergreen Seed Co.

Aspargus Beans
Coriander
Oriental Spinach

Ordered 7/24/11 from Burpee Seed Co. and when I receive them these will be avail. for swap...

Below are all Heirloom:

Mustard Tendergreens
Bull's Blood Beets
Purple Top White Turnip
Red Russian Kale

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Received Shipment Today 7/29/11 Fri...

Here are the seed packets I received today...so if you want any, email me...

MUSTARD TENDERGREEN HRLM
COLLARD GEORGIA
HERB CHERVIL CURLED
BEET BULL'S BLOOD HRLM
TURNIP PURPLE TOP WHITE HRLM
SQUASH ACORN TABLE QUEEN
MUSTARD MIZUNA HEIRLOOM
MARIGOLD SUNSET GIANTS MIX
KALE RED RUSSIAN HRLM

I'm planting all of these tomorrow but of course I'll have lots of seeds left still... :)

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Seeds Mailed 8/3/11

Hey Misha, sent the seeds you wanted. :)

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Also Have...

Also have TOWER OF JEWELS (ECHIUM wildpretii) and PRIDE OF MADIERA (ECHIUM fastuosum). Planted these several months ago for the first time year and they grow BIG fast, no flowers yet (Zone 9).

I started the seeds sandwiched between wet paper towels until sprouts were present, then transplanted them in little pots outside (to acclimate), then as they were about 1"-3" or so, planted them outside in the final planting location. Easy to grow, fast-growing, and quite pretty but can't wait for the purple/blue flowers!

If you want some seeds, let me know via email. Sharing Seeds IS Fantastic!!! :)

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If you want my seeds...

...don't forget to include your shipping address so I can send it without having to play email-tag. You guys and gals are nice about emailing your requests of chosen seeds but forget to include shipping address. :D

Thank You...


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