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WANTED: Seed trade list

Posted by earthworm77 9a Central Florida (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 27, 10 at 10:16

Please contact me through email: micromunchtackle@yahoo.com I have difficulty navigating this site so it is best to contact me through email.

All seed is from 2009/2010 season
All seed is organic unless noted
I will provide a decent amount of seed per item as long as supplies last, tomato seeds will be 5 to 10 seeds unless you indicate you need more and I can accomodate. If you need more than 20 seeds for any item listed, please let me know.
I am not interested in cash or postage. I am trading seeds first and foremost, later on I may answer responses for free seed, this will be dictated by my own personal seed needs.
I've made a bunch of pleasant trades through this forum.

I have:
Asparagus Bean-yard long
Basil-sweet
Beans:
Romano pole
Rattlesnake pole
Fortex pole
NorthEaster pole
Hyacinth vine
Fava-Windsor
Beet- Tall Top Early Wonder
Broccoli- De Cicco
Brussels Sprouts-Half Long OP
Chard:
Bright Lights
Flamingo
Rhubarb
Burgundy
Cilantro-Caribe
Corn- yellow
Hybrid Kandy King
Hybrid Early and Often
Hybrid Sweet perfection
Cucumber
Bush Champ
Eggplant-Snowy White
Greens- Malabar Spinach
Rainbow Micro Greens
Claytonia
Leek- De Gennevilliers
Asian Greens
Benih Savuran Bermutu Tinggi
red Komatsuna
Summerfest Komatsuna
Vitamin Green
Hon Tsai Tai
Da Cheong Chae
Pak choi- ming choi
Kale- Dinosaur- Lacinato
Kohlrabi-Early White
Melon
Hales Best
Shark Fin
Korean musk
Banana

Pepper-sweet
Chocolate Cherry
White Sweet
Sweet Italian
Gold Cal. Wonder
The Big Early
Sweet Midway
Sweet Banana
Sweet Cubanelle
Pepper-Hot
Anahiem
Habanero
Mild Jalapeno

Okra-Clemson Spineless
Pumpkin-Magdalene
Squash
Summer
Bush Baby
One Ball
Eight Ball
Winter
Sunshine
Delicata
Bush Delicata
Baby Blue Hubbard
Tomato-
Roma- this is the best strain I ever grew. I got 100% germination and the plants did better than store bought transplants.
Oregon Spring Bush
TM918 Quik Pick
Husky Gold
Watermelon beefsteak
Baxter Early cherry(bush)
Matt's Wild Cherry
Opalka
Mortgage Lifter
Believe it or not
Sun Gold
Prudens
Brandywine Suddeth
Dinner Plate
Giant Belgium
Turnip- Seven Top
Watermelon:
Early Moon Beam

I need:
Basil- any uncommon variety
Beans-
Maxibel Haricot Vert
Golden Wax
Dragon Langerie
ANY DRY BEAN
Beet-
Burpee Golden
Touchstone Gold
Cabbage-
Beira Tronchuda Cabbage
Carrot-
Thumbelina
Colorful mix
Yaya
Chard-
Silverbeet
Golden
Cuke- any pickling
Eggplant-
little finger
japanese purple
asian greens-
Te you- flowering broccoli
Kailan
Any choi
Mibuna
Tat Soi
Kale-
Chidori
Winter Red
Redbor
Lettuce-
Yugoslavian Red
Flashy Trouts Back
Devil's Tongue
Continuity
Onion- any scallion type
Pepper-Sweet- any long Italian type
Squash-Summer
Yellow Marrow
Superpik
Segev
Partenon
Romanesco
Latino
Picolo
Winter Squash-
Sweetmeat
Butter cup
any small to midsize
Tomato-
looking for currant and pear type tomatoes
paste tomatoes, Japanese Black Trifle, San Marzano
Turnip-
gold or red varieties, rutabaga
Watermelon-
looking for small to mid size orange and yellow fleshed melons. Baby Doll, Orange Glo, Yellow moon and stars

Radicchio


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RE: WANTED: Seed trade list

I may have some things you are interested in. I would send you an email, but your email is not listed. Check out my list or email me, or both.


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RE: WANTED: Seed trade list

I just updated my seed list. I have Yellow Wax Beans to trade. I'm interested in getting Romano and/or Northeaster beans in trade. Drop me an email.


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RE: WANTED: Seed trade list

my email address is listed in the first sentence of my list


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