MY seed Haves & Wants

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sunflower3

Member
Have;
7- white moon vine
3-shasta daisy
4- cantaloupe
1- acorn squash
1 -zucchini
3- sweet William
1- large red cherry tomato
1-Red poppy
1-white lily bulbs has 3 small in pkg.
6-johnny jump ups
5-cosmos
2-large pink hibiscus
3-pink hibiscus
3- lamb’s ear
3-bachlor buttons
4-mixed columbine
7-green to pink columbine
10-tomatillo
6- large yellow marigolds
2- small marigolds
2-clemeo
6- nicotine
6-cilantro
2-White hycinthia bean
5- purple hycinthia bean
13- white violet
6-eskimo white marigolds
6 Peacock orchid bulbs, small one year old
3-green envy coneflower
2-morning glories
1-Narstrum
1-white coneflower
2-carrots
2-4’oclock’s
2-Emily McKenzie Crocosmia
3-white cosmos
2-bloodroot
1-bird house gourd
4-butternut squash
4-spa. Squash
1-Leek





Looking for;
Hybrid phlox- blue boy tenor
Lily-pink stargazer
daffodil- pink charm
tulip- blue heron
bachelor button black ball
coneflower- coconut lime, twilight, tomato soup
blue berry bushes
spinach seed
radish seed
straight eight cuke seed
peas
green beans seed
patio tomato seed
asparagus plants
sweet 100 seeds
 

SandiB

New Member
SunFlower, I have green beans. 1 oz of Provider (bush,buttery flavor, 6 "pods. 50 days to germinate) 1 oz of Jade (18-22" bush, 5-7 " pods, 60 days & they extend later in the season than most)And for FUN I have a Royal Burgundy Bush bean (grows purple, cooks green :)
Have some Bloomsdale-Long Standing Spinach seeds too.

Let me know if you are interested.
 

Crabbergirl

Super Moderator
Staff member
Karen,
I think I have some 3go seed of sweet 100's. I'll check to see if they are viable. I'll let you know.
 

Blueaussi

New Member
What do you consider a patio tomato? I have seeds for two dwarf varieties that I have been told do well in containers.
 

Dor

Active Member
Karen your package is on the way. I mailed it Saturday.

There is a tomato that is named Patio. I bought a plant last year but it didn't do as well as I would have liked. Maybe my containter was too small. I don't know.
 

Dor

Active Member
That was fast Karen. I did get mine today. Thank you bunches for the trade.
 

sunflower3

Member
Well Dor, they must have flown them right to just as soon as the stamps where on them, that's a first for the PO. Hope they all grow for you, happy gardening.
 

sunflower3

Member
What do you consider a patio tomato? I have seeds for two dwarf varieties that I have been told do well in containers.
Blue, a Patio tomato is called just that a Patio tomato. Or i guess just about any tomato that you can grow on a patio in a container would do too.
 


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