Seed Trading

Looking for active seed traders!  If you have viable seeds that you can't use, but want to get your hands on some new ones....You're not alone!  Tell us what you 'Have' and what you "Want" and let's get trading!

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Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2014

To get started just post a list of what you have to trade and a few things you are looking for.  To initiate a trade you can reply to the member's post, but exchanging mailing addresses should be done by private message.  Have fun!

Discussion Forum

Seeds for community garden... 9 Replies

Started by Don Reeves z7, TN. Last reply by Don Reeves z7, TN Apr 1, 2013.

Seeds for school garden 2 Replies

Started by KAREN GREER. Last reply by KAREN GREER Feb 25, 2013.

Michele's Trade List 4 Replies

Started by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A. Last reply by Mary L Nelson Dec 13, 2012.

seeds to trade 2 Replies

Started by leah martin. Last reply by karlie zone 4b/5a Dec 11, 2012.

Anyone with anything odd? 5 Replies

Started by Jodi. Last reply by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A Nov 25, 2012.

TRADE LIST -- MARCH 23, 2012 5 Replies

Started by Delaine Litman. Last reply by John F zone 6 Cinti Oh Oct 22, 2012.

Trade list 1 Reply

Started by Earlene Sorrells. Last reply by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A Oct 13, 2012.

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Comment by Maryann Jordan on February 20, 2013 at 8:48am

I am a super big fan of little violets, they are different everywhere though, I would love it if people could collect some violet seeds for me, I am still composing this years trade list, but if anyone could help me with this I would be over the moon

Comment by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A on January 27, 2013 at 4:20pm

Would love to see your greenhouse - so jealous!  I have a list posted of what seeds I have available.  If you send me a private message with what you'd like, I'll send you my address for a self-addressed stamped envelope.

Comment by Deb. Mathenia on January 27, 2013 at 3:15pm

I am trying to add color to a naked yard, and start gardens for vegies (used to live in MI/OH, where vegetables were everywhere). I am addicted to fresh vegetables!  I have a great way to grow herbs too, now.  My potting shed/green house is almost completed. SO, any/all seeds are needed/appreciated. And whatever you think is a fair price.  I am in 6A.  Thank-you's.  I will see if I can post picture of greenhouse.

Comment by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A on January 27, 2013 at 2:22pm

Hi Deb - I have some extras I could send you for a SASE.  Anything in particular you are looking for?  I have mostly folower seeds, but some veggies/herbs...

Comment by Deb. Mathenia on January 27, 2013 at 2:17pm

I am looking to buy flower/vegie to area, nothing to to trade yet :)

Comment by karlie zone 4b/5a on December 11, 2012 at 10:50am
But to be fair, I need a lot of mint, as I make homemade lotions, soaps, cosmetics (shampoos etc), teas, to sell to my clients (Licebsed Massage Therapist) so more mint for me=more products for clients.
Comment by karlie zone 4b/5a on December 11, 2012 at 10:46am
I have actually had to cut it back already once though, as I planted them in ground in sept. And they had 2 months to grow, and with the clay soil they still grew to the point of cutting them back before first frost. We'll see. I guess there are worse plants to cut back, at least mint smells good and doesnt have thorns.
Comment by karlie zone 4b/5a on December 11, 2012 at 10:42am
Haha yes, funny story, I had all of my mints in pots this past summer, and they got HUGE, but I ran out of pots at end of season to pot up the ones I wanted to bring in from garden/flowerbeds... so I (stupidly, instead of just going out and getting more pots) put the mint in a corner of the yard. I am hoping that they will do well but not TOO well... It is a bit darker and very clay (rain puddles in that corner in spring to a few inches) so we will see if it even makes it. I have all my mints in one pot inside as a safety measure, I always worry something might happen so I take cuttinga of everything as insurance.
Comment by Vicky Myers on December 11, 2012 at 10:30am

You don't plant your mint in pots? I grew my pineapple mint in ground last yr and it took over. When I grew it before it would die back in winter but theses were really hardy plants.

Comment by karlie zone 4b/5a on December 11, 2012 at 9:27am
@vicky: yes lilies grow and multiply so fast! I am always looking to understand the plants in my care better, although I have no problem pruning and digging to keep them in check. especially my mint! :)

Anyone have any Dischidia seeds available for trade? jusy was looking thru the Hoya group and didnt know where to post for their seeds. If so message me please! Thank you :)

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