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WANTED: Bells of Ireland and Aconcagua pepper

Posted by little_minnie 4 (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 12, 14 at 18:56

Looking for:
Aconcagua pepper
Bells of Ireland
Squash, Spaghetti, kabocha, OP ONLY
any peas for pea shoots
Rutabaga any kind
beets, Chioggia

other possibilities I might take:
hybrid broccoli and Napa cabbage
lettuce, especially heat tolerant
good cutting flowers
kale any kind
chard any kind
dill any kind
gold beet
carrots, OP only, red purple yellow or orange but not the round kind
hot peppers: habanero type, poblano OP only
Calendula mixed

Here is my up to date trade list:

basil, lemon
bean, purple rattlesnake pole mix
bean, rattlesnake
broccoli raab, centoventina
broccoli, blend
broccoli, calabrese
broccoli, di ciccio
broccoli, happy rich
cilantro
edamame, beer friend, shirofumi mixed
eggplant, diamond
eggplant, long purple
eggplant, pingtung
eggplant, pumpkin on a stick

melon, Delicious 51
melon, honeydew
melon, mixed
Napa cabbage, Fun Jen
parsley, curled
parsnip
pepper, Aji Amarillo
pepper, bell boy
pepper, Frank's
pepper, grand bell
pepper, laotian
pepper, Odessa Market
pepper, serrano
pepper, Siling Haba
pepper, tabasco
rue
squash, butternut mix really nice
tomatillo
tomato, Aunt Ginny
tomato, Azoychka
tomato, beefsteak
tomato, big rainbow
tomato, black cherry
tomato, Caspian Pink
tomato, Cow's Tit
tomato, Early Glee
tomato, gold medal
tomato, golden grape
tomato, heirloom mix
tomato, JD's Special C Tex
tomato, Jersey Giant
tomato, KBX
tomato, Marglobe
tomato, marmande
tomato, McClintock's
tomato, Northern Lights
tomato, Opalka
tomato, paste mix
tomato, Paul Robeson
tomato, peron sprayless
tomato, persimmon

tomato, pink tree Isis Candy cross
tomato, Principe Borghese
tomato, red Brandywine
tomato, red tree Isis Candy cross
tomato, San Marzano
tomato, Stupice
tomato, sweet beverley
tomato, Sweet Brown (mine)
tomato, Thesaloniki oxheart
watermelon, orange mix
watermelon, red mix

Flowers
african daisy
alyssum, purple
anchusa dropmore
bachelor's buttons
baptisia australis
bouquet mix
calamint
Chinese Wisteria
cosmos, mixed pink
echinacea, mixed
forget me not
gaillardia
larkspur
lupines, mix
marigolds
milkweed
petunia
phlox, wild purple
platycodon
polemonium
poppy mix
pyrethrum mix
Queen Anne's Lace
rudbeckia
soapwart, bouncing bet
Spilanthes toothache plant
sunflower, ornamental
sweet peas
tansy, common
tithonia Torch
veronica mix

Here is a link that might be useful: my list


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RE: WANTED: Bells of Ireland and Aconcagua pepper

I have OP Spaghetti Squash. Attached the only photo I have of them, bottom picture. Early in the season, did not take photos of ripe fruit. Each plant yielded about 7 squash between 18"-24" x 6" seeds harvested only from the largest of fruit.

Will trade for cow tit tomato :)

Please let me know,

LC


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RE: WANTED: Bells of Ireland and Aconcagua pepper

Were they hand pollinated so they are true to type?


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RE: WANTED: Bells of Ireland and Aconcagua pepper

No, open pollinated (op) as previously discribed. They were separated from other produce on the property though.

Interested?


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RE: WANTED: Bells of Ireland and Aconcagua pepper

I will pass. Squash need to be isolated by a good 1/4 mile to be protecting from crossing pollen by bees. They would be crossed with any other c. pepo species squash you or your neighbors grew.


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RE: WANTED: Bells of Ireland and Aconcagua pepper

I am also interested in delphinium and pink foxglove seeds.


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