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HAVE: new! just added to seed exchange list!

Posted by zippy37 Z6 IL (prolongit@hotmail.com) on
Tue, Jan 29, 13 at 20:18

I added 5 NEW PLANTS on my 2013 SEED EXCHANGE LIST

FLOWERS

1) CANDY LILY (Purple/Yellow Bicolor) - Perennial (8 Packets (40+)) M

The Iris-like plants are 3 feet tall and flower freely from midsummer until fall,
producing masses of bright 2-inch blooms in every color and pattern.
Superbly hardy, they laugh at heat and drought, and will bloom the first year in
areas with long growing seasons! After they bloom, each flower produces a seed pod.
This pod when opened, reveals a cluster of shiny, black round seeds resembling a blackberry!
Nothing could be more beautiful than a tall stand of these blooms of a purple & yellow bicolored flower!

2) CLEOME Spider Plant Mixed Colors - Annual (10 Packets (50+ Seeds)) O

Tall, handsome, mixed-colored cleome seeds in search of a garden needing
a dramatic-looking, easy going back border flower! Grows 3 to 5 feet tall
and produces vivacious 5-6 inch blooms! Mixed Colored Cleomes are great at
framing flowerbeds or in a meadow; their airy appearance almost gives off a pink glow!
They thrive in the sun, but need minimal attention and care.

3) COSMOS Bright Lights - Annual (1 Packet (10+ Seeds)) L

Brilliant, semi-double 2.5 inch flowers in shades of scarlet-orange,
golden-orange, gold, and yellow. They are excellent for cutting,
and butterflies love them. Grows 3-4 feet tall.

VEGGIES

PEAS

1) MAMMOTH MELTING SUGAR - HEIRLOOM (5 Packets (15+)) L

This is by far the largest and finest of the sugar or edible-podded peas.
The vines are vigorous, frequently 4-5 ft, and produce enormous pods for a long time.
Pods average 5-6" and are thick and fleshy.
They remain stringless and sweet longer than most others.

Sun: Full Sun
Days to Maturity: 68 days
Height: 4'
Spread: 8"

2) OREGON SUGAR POD - CERTIFIED ORGANIC (5 Packets (20+)) L

Huge crop of delicious Snow Peas.
Produces a huge crop with high percentage of 2 pods per cluster.
Vigorous 28" plants bear 4 �" long pods.
Resists pea virus, common wilt and powdery mildew.

Sun: Full Sun
Days to Maturity: 68 days
Height: 28"
Spread: 8"

HAPPY GARDENING! zippy37
http://www.gardenweb.com/members/exch/zippy37


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RE: HAVE: new! just added to seed exchange list!

I would love to trade for - Candy Lily, Mammoth Melting Sugar Pea and Oregon Sugar Pea.
Please check out my list, but I also have a couple Heirloom tomatoes, White Moonflower and Red Hibiscus that are not listed. Let me know what you think.

Thank you, Kelli


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RE: HAVE: new! just added to seed exchange list!

I would like some of your Candy Lily seeds! Sending you an email.

Cindy


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