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#26830 Apr 19th, 2007 at 01:13 PM
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As we're moving, I'm clearing out my seed box, so I'll be adding to this list every now and then, let's work something out!

Allium Christophii
False indigo
Iris mix
Malva braveheart
Lantana
Columbine
Wildflower
feverfew
Canterbury bells
Pink peony poppy
Peony
Pink mums
Yellow coneflower
Pocket melon
Hardy hibiscus
Datura
Balsam impatiens
Siberian iris
Calendula cleome
Delphinium
Hardy mums
Love lies bleeding
Allium globemaster
English myrrh
Strawflower
Trumpet vine
Cherokee long ear corn
Buttercrunch lettuce
Fordhook giant swiss chard
Coneflower aka bachelor’s buttons
Breadseed poppy
Rudibeckia prarie sun
Red lupins
Monarda
Fuzzybean
Datura
Marigolds
Snapdragons
Ageratum
Ornamental peppers
Lupins
Yellow gaillardia
Cosmos
Moon flower
Cypress vine
Dahlia
Zinnia candy cane
Agastache
Wild Hollyhocks
Forget me nots
Purple coneflower
Butterfly weed
Zinnia
Angelica
Purple turtlehead
Mini marigolds
Purple clematis
Broken colour four o clocks
Pink obedient plant
Anthemis tinctoria
Sumac tree
Shirley poppy
Calendula
Veronica blue bouquet
Cerinthe purple bells
Pansy purple foxglove
Fountain grass
White ageratum
rose of Sharon maroon eyed blooms
Anthemis
Bright lights swiss shard
Ornamental gourds
Silver sage
Monkshood
Autumn beauty sunflowers
Star of yelta
Crocosmia
Rainbow toadflax
Clarkia
Red gaillardia
Milkweed
Double rose with edible hips
Zinnia
Queen anne’s lace
Honeywort
rose of Sharon mix
White mustard
Heavenly bamboo
Sweet peas
Scarlet o hara
Black eyed susan
Sashta daisy
Liatris
Early snowball cauliflower
Brown mustard

Looking for anything that can be direct seeded, or any perennial divisions you can spare, I have a full yard of sun and a bed along the side of the house that's in shade


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kennyso #43585 May 14th, 2007 at 04:14 AM
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Hi Kennyso I'm interested in these two. I still have that tropical tree seed if you still want it. Maybe you could try it as a bonzai or something.

Fordhook giant swiss chard
Bright lights swiss shard


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