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What I have available for swapping

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Joined: 2009-08-07

Hello, I have the following heirloom/open-pollinated seeds available for trade:
Genovese Basil
Garlic Chives
Dark Green Flat Italian Parsley
Sturon Onions
Rossa di Toscana Onions
Flakkee carrots
Long Purple Eggplants
Georgia Streak Tomatoe
Purple Bell Peppers
Burmese Okra
Cushaw Melon
Santa Claus Melon
Early Prolific Straightneck Squash
Buff Valentine Contender Bush Snap Beans
Black Mammoth Sunflowers
fragrant pink sweet peas

I am interested in other non-hybrid / open-pollinated varieties of tomatoes, chocolate mint or anything "chocolate", stevia, greek oregano, sweet marjoram, lemon mint, lemon grass, Sweet Dani Basil, cut-flowers, clary sage, perennial oriental poppies, flowers which would be considered edible ( edible chrysanthemums, nasturtiums, bachelors buttons, hollyhock...), lavender, lupines, Laceflower/Bishopweed, medicinal herbs, fruits and veggies that are especially compact or well-suited to growing in containers, seeds of plants which produce exceptionally large fruits/veggies, interesting or unusual varieties of fruits/vegetables/greens, hungarian paprika, and pimentos. You can also just let me know whatever you have available for trade.
Thanks for looking!
If you are interested in trading, please e-mail me :

Joined: 2011-03-06
bean and sunflower

I am new to this and have nothing to trade, I would appreciate it very much if I could get some louisiana pole bean seed, and some black mammoth sunflower seed.

Joined: 2009-08-07
Re: seed swap

Could you please e-mail me about the swap at(

Joined: 2010-12-12
Hello Sarah, I have some

Hello Sarah, I have some cayenne peppers, if you are interested in a trade e mail me to:

I have some other seeds, some organic ones and conventional..

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