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2010 seeds that are surplus to my requirements

Post  kiwirose on 7/30/2010, 6:12 am

actually just came in yesterday - I have kept what I want and figured that someone could use the left overs? I have not grown any of these varieties so can't comment on success rates etc, but nothing quite like an experiment Smile

Hales Best Jumbo Melon (sounds like it might be a cantaloupe?)
Black Diamond watermelon
American Yard long cukes
Marketmore 76 slicing cukes
Turnip - purple top white globe
Asparagus (UC72)
Celery (Utah 52-70)
Okra - clemson spineless
Triple moss curled parsley

Let me know if you are interested

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Re: 2010 seeds that are surplus to my requirements

Post  quiltbea on 7/30/2010, 10:55 am

You can save this seed for next year by putting the packets in a glass jar and placing in the crisper draw of your fridge. They'll keep for a few more years that way. I used some given me in 2007 this year that were fine.

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thanks quiltbea

Post  kiwirose on 7/30/2010, 11:05 am

I have pulled out of the supply all the seeds I think I would need of those varieties to last ~5 years - these just truely extras that I don't think I would ever use (and the asparagus which I have decided not to plant at this point - perhaps in a few years I will dedicate the space, just not right now).

Have a great day Smile

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Re: 2010 seeds that are surplus to my requirements

Post  kiwirose on 7/30/2010, 4:13 pm

@kiwirose wrote:actually just came in yesterday - I have kept what I want and figured that someone could use the left overs? I have not grown any of these varieties so can't comment on success rates etc, but nothing quite like an experiment Smile

Hales Best Jumbo Melon (sounds like it might be a cantaloupe?)
Black Diamond watermelon
American Yard long cukes
Marketmore 76 slicing cukes
Turnip - purple top white globe
Asparagus (UC72)
Celery (Utah 52-70)
Okra - clemson spineless
Triple moss curled parsley

Let me know if you are interested

I also have Ebenezer White Onion seeds (long day suited for the northern states)
Lemon mint (bee balm)

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Re: 2010 seeds that are surplus to my requirements

Post  lisaphoto on 7/31/2010, 11:07 am

I would love some of each of the melon seeds. I can pay shipping. Let me know if you still have them and I will PM you my address

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Re: 2010 seeds that are surplus to my requirements

Post  boffer on 7/31/2010, 11:17 am

@lisaphoto wrote:I would love some of each of the melon seeds. I can pay shipping. Let me know if you still have them and I will PM you my address

I haven't exchanged seeds before, but I think you PM Kiwirose to get her address so you can send her a SASE. That's all the shipping comes to, is a first class stamp.

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lemon mint seeds

Post  kountree89 on 8/6/2010, 10:52 pm

I would be interested in the lemon mint seeds. i just registered so you can pm me your address for an self addressed stamped envelope or something.


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