I liked how the seed swap went last year. Seeds are a little friendlier to mail out to the far reaches of the world. I've got several heirloom vegetables and fruits stratifying in the freezer right now, and they'll be ready to hit the post office, hmm let's say, February? Who's in? - just comment on this discussion and we'll arrange traders. Please add your hardiness zone too.
Hello folks! I would love to take part. I'm in zone 6, I believe - Arlington, MA - and I've got:
Pole Beans Roma type and French type
Radish Cherry Belle
Pumpkin Jack O'Lantern
Heirloom Morning Glory
I have lot's of different pepper seeds. not perrenial here in NYC but i am usually able to over-winter a few of the plants and they dry really well for enjoyment throughout the season. i would be happy to trade for anything that is perrenial in my zone (6b/ 7a) thanks!
p.s. no strawberry's please.
I'd like to join in too. I live in zone 3-a, I'll check what I have to trade and come back with my list! Hope to have a small somewhat homemade green house this year, would be fun to eat tomatos sunripe for a change!!! lolll
Andrea J said:Just wanted to update my list of seeds, I live in zone 9 or 8 I believe, My sowing dates started back in (anuary and go to first weeks of March, if I am not mistaken...since this is my 1st year doing a garden I don't have heirlooms but I got this seeds left to trade: melons (honey dew and cantaloupe mixed), red hot peppers, cumin, dill, and soon I will get some black prince tomatoes.
I also have a blog it s my garden s journal and also where I posted my seed swap experience,
You can check it if you d like