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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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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 karlie zone 4b/5a on December 11, 2012 at 9:23am
Ok good to know thank you Vicky and Michele! Now I know not to save space for the seeds next year like I did this year... I might still try just to see, but at least my heart wont be broken when they dont germinate. Thanks again!
Comment by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A on December 9, 2012 at 4:05pm

Hi Karlie - I have always read that regular hyacinth seeds that develop on the plant are sterile.  Hyacinth's are grown via bulbs.  You can grow purple hyacinth bean vine from seed though.

Comment by Vicky Myers on December 8, 2012 at 10:15pm

Lily of the valley is poisonous and makes a mat thru a garden that is crazy so I don't grow it. I've dug out plenty of it for others over the yrs. to keep it in check.

Comment by Vicky Myers on December 8, 2012 at 10:13pm

Grape hyacinths multiply like bunny rabbits, by seed and bulbs.

Comment by karlie zone 4b/5a on December 8, 2012 at 8:40pm

also, lilies... like lily of the valley. ours always gets seed bean pods and was just wondering if anyone has planted lily pods and were they viable and grew?

Comment by karlie zone 4b/5a on December 8, 2012 at 8:17pm

question... Does anyone grow hyacinths? I have the regular variety, and for some reason they had seed pods this past year? Waited until they dried (it was hard to wait though... It always is for seeds) and when I broke them open, there was tiny seed-like black round balls attached to tiny white-sac like balls inside.

I saved them and threw in the freezer. From what I can gather off the mighty internet, the seeds are not viable (regular breed hyacinths are sterile? but the grape variety and vining variety are viable) Anyone have experience with Hyacinth flower seed pods?

Comment by Michele Lawrenson, Z6A on November 29, 2012 at 7:31pm

Hi Tina - very interested in your Love Lies Bleeding seeds.  Please check my list under discussions and let me know if I have anything you'd be interested in...

Comment by tina on November 28, 2012 at 8:43am

If anyone is interested in these seeds? I have extra to trade.                  * KISS ME OVER THE GARDEN GATE...POLYGONUN ORIENTALE (my most favorite)     *BROOM CORN ....SORGHUM VULGARE BICOLOR         *LOVES LIES A BLEEDING .....AMARANTHUS       * COREOPSIS.....ORANGE COLOR LARGE        ALL OF THESE ARE VERY EASY TO GROW!                                        

Comment by Robert D Johnson on November 24, 2012 at 3:27pm

I have lots of Castor Beans for trade?

Comment by Robert D Johnson on November 24, 2012 at 2:30pm

My Fall 2012 Trade List

Garden Zinnia mix

Castor Beans

Marigolds - 12 varieties

Dill

Sweet Basil

 

 

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