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Lengthy Seed List
#98561 January 11th, 2007 at 04:04 AM
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Okay, okay, so it's not as long as some of the lists out there, but this is my first year!! wink I'm sure it'll get longer with every passing year! :p grinnnn Here's what I've got:

Basil
Cantaloupe
Catnip
Cilantro
Cockscomb, Red
Cosmos, mix
Cosmos, Orange
Crazy Daisy
Four O'Clocks
Gloriosa Daisy
Goldenrod
Hairy Vetch
Larkspur, Seven Dwarves
Liatris
Malva Zebrina
Marigold, Crackerjack
Milkweed, Swamp
Moonvine
Morning Glory mix, 2 pkg
Mums, White
Obedient plant
Oriental Leaf Niche Mix
Petunia's Wave Mix
Poppy, Red
Sunflower, Mammouth
Sunflower, Terra Cotta
Tomato, Brandywine
Wildflower Mix
Wildflowers, Northeastern Mix
Winter Rye
Yucca
Zinnia Mix

And here's what I'm interested in:

Marigolds, African or whatever
Columbine flower
Groundcovers that tolerate part-shade
Commelina dianthifolia

There is about a million other plants I'm just dying to have although I can't seem to remember any more. nutz If you're interested in something of mine just PM me!

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#98562 January 11th, 2007 at 10:35 PM
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That's a great beginning list. Congratulations on your seed harvesting and saving.

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#98563 January 11th, 2007 at 11:23 PM
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Hi
I seen some things

Cilantro
Red cockscomb
swamp milkweed
Terra Cotta sunflower


I have some autuam beauty sunflowers.not sure of any 'shade' things(will have jack-in-the-pulpit seeds this summer& will harvest& relocate some more if intrested in plants then)I have some orange mexican sunflowers these get tall like 6 ft plus.
Castor beans green or pink viened
4 pms yellow/fushia/white/white w pink speckles
catnip white flowers
formosa lilly seeds
orange seeds
cantelope seeds(very sweet)
jalpeno pepper
bannana pepper
cyanne pepper
ornamental pepper
yellow evening tall primerose
birdhouse gourd
dipper gourd
Hollyhock mix
pastel pea vine
red turks cap
october rose hibiscus
liliac rose of sharon


I can list more........

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#98564 January 12th, 2007 at 06:36 AM
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Here is an updated list of what's available:

Basil
Cantiloupe
Catnip
Cilantro
Cosmos, mix
Cosmos, Orange
Crazy Daisy
Four O'Clocks
Gloriosa Daisy
Goldenrod
Hairy Vetch
Marigold, Crackerjack
Moonvine
Morning Glory mix, 2 pkg
Mums, White
Obedient plant
Oriental Leaf Niche Mix
Poppy, Red
Sunflower, Mammouth
Tomato, Brandywine
Wildflower Mix
Wildflowers, Northeastern Mix
Yucca
Zinnia Mix

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#98565 January 13th, 2007 at 01:56 PM
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Another updated list:

Basil
Cantiloupe
Catnip
Cosmos, mix
Cosmos, Orange
Gloriosa Daisy
Goldenrod
Hairy Vetch
Marigold, Crackerjack
Moonvine
Morning Glory mix, 2 pkg
Mums, White
Obedient plant
Oriental Leaf Niche Mix
Sunflower, Mammouth
Tomato, Brandywine
Wildflowers, Northeastern Mix

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#98566 January 29th, 2007 at 10:31 PM
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Basil
Cantaloupe
Muskmelon, Honey Rock
Muskmelon, Persian Small
Carrots
Catnip
Cleome, White
Cosmos, mix
Cosmos, Orange
Cucumber, Boston Pickling Improved
Gloriosa Daisy
Goldenrod
Hairy Vetch
Marigold, Crackerjack
Money plant
Moonvine
Morning Glory mix
Mums, White
Naval Orange
Obedient plant
Oriental Leaf Niche Mix
Sunflower, Mammoth
Tomato, Assorted
Tomato, Brandywine
Wildflowers, Northeastern Mix
Winter Rye

Here are a few items from my wish list:

Nasturtium
Ornamental Grasses that Like Shade (Festuca, for example)
Lamiastrum 'Herman's Pride'
Sedum, Autumn Joy
Coreopsis
Coleus
Clematis (especially radar love)
Viola
Veronica
Anahiem pepper
Radish
Candytuft

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#98567 January 30th, 2007 at 06:53 PM
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If you didnt have the same seeds as I do, I could order.......

Ha ha

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#98568 January 31st, 2007 at 07:34 PM
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lol - we're collecting the same things, eh? I've been keeping just about one of everything, those listed here are just my duplicates!

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#98569 January 31st, 2007 at 08:23 PM
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Yep.............Were copy cats....I see yours.

I have to go do some serious writing down of seeds I need to pass out.........

I think I have coreopsis
maybe candytuft..

ha ha

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#98570 January 31st, 2007 at 10:56 PM
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Sooo, stop copying me and we'll have something to trade!! lol

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#98571 January 31st, 2007 at 11:52 PM
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ok.

;o)

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#98572 February 1st, 2007 at 04:08 AM
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If it makes you feel better, I plan on buying some seeds here before too long. If my T&M catalog with it's coupon ever show up. Plus I think I'm gonna order from valueseeds again. I just can thank you enough for that website.

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#98573 February 1st, 2007 at 01:22 PM
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Landofoz,

they are nice......There was a good recommendation of them on Gardenhelper..They talked nice of them.
Another good one is
Pinetree Garden seed

i have sent them an order......It is time to start perennials indoors , right now if you have the space...
I also have new peppers started and tomatoes. Queen Sophia marigolds came up ...And Brussel Sprouts......
I am patiently waiting for the Buttermilk Poppy to come up........They are a tender perennial.. This is all indoors.

d

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#98574 February 1st, 2007 at 01:24 PM
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Sorry that was *********, not helper..

GOofed.......THats a nice place also.

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#98575 February 1st, 2007 at 02:07 PM
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I wintersowed about 10 different kinds of plants with my 5 year old. She got to pick out all the seeds, and let me tell you, she loves the Itty Bitty seeds. I have started my peppers indoors but no sprouts yet. edit: just check those peppers and just about everything is sprouting!! woohoo!! It's only been a week or so for them. Plus my hostas, but you knew that already. Last year we had 2 hard frosts in may (despite the April 10th last frost date) so I'm not in a big rush to get everything started. Wintersowing, though, I can do.

I'll have to check out pinetree garden seed. I can hear my husbands heavy sigh already, "more seeds? DOn't you have enough?" Little does he knkow that a gardener can never have enough!!

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#98576 February 1st, 2007 at 06:19 PM
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Thats good........DO you have heat under your peppers??????

Just like men not having enough supper..Ha ha

I do give lots away...If anyone visits .. And some of the tomatoes and peppers , I sharet the plants with family......They dont turn me down.

DOnt tell you man..I bought a strawberry jar with strawberrys to grow today..(Joke).. I did .

Well the difference here, I love on a farm and do have a large yard......SO it is either grass of flowers or trees...Hd doesn't even care.. Ha ha
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#98577 February 1st, 2007 at 07:02 PM
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Well, we've got a good sized yard (100x75) and it came with several "big" gardens. The gardens got a little...neglected under my care and my hubby kept saying "Why don't you do something about the gardens?" So, here I am, slaving away "doing something" for those gardens and he's complaining! lol I can never win.

My peppers are in those peat jiffy pots with a dome over them. They are sitting on top of my fridge. We have the owners manual for the fridge and the address on it doesn't have a zip code and the state abbreviation is 4 letters (not the standard 2) and I think, maybe, it has Operator Call Numbers instead of regular phone numbers. Needless to say, the top of that old fridge stays VERY warm as the motor isn't very efficient and is always running.

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#98578 February 2nd, 2007 at 05:14 PM
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Hi Sarah,

I got the tomato seeds today. Thankyou so much for sending them.

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#98579 February 2nd, 2007 at 06:26 PM
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You're quite welcome. They took forever to get to you though!

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#98580 February 2nd, 2007 at 06:36 PM
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tkhooper,

Glad to see your name here.. I wanted to tell you the Orchids are in full bloom again. 6.

Thanks to your stuff.......
How are yours doing ?

barb


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