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Post  jerzyjen on 1/30/2011, 5:24 pm

I went through all my seeds and have the following available for anyone who wants them. These are all packs that have been opened but used sparingly (the beauty of SFG Very Happy) These are all from seed companies, I haven't ventured in collecting my own seeds yet. I've just changed my mind on planting all these.

From 2009, all from Burpee:
Cantalope - "hearts of gold"
Tomatillo - "toma verde"
Onion - "Golden Sweet Hybrid"
Broccoli - "Green Goliath"
Cucumber - "Burpless Beauty"
Carrot - "Sweet Salad Hybrid"

From 2010, from burpee
Sweet Corn - "Silver Choice"
Tomato - "Ensalada Hybrid" - a determinate paste type

Nothing wrong with these seeds, I just decided not to grow them anymore. I don't mind seeing them go to a new home for the bargain price of a stamp! PM if you are interested.

The only seeds I'm looking for are Spinach. I'm open to any kind.



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Post  quiltbea on 1/31/2011, 11:08 am

I'll be sending you a PM with my addy and also so you can send me yours so I can send you a self-addressed stamped envelope.

I'd like:
Broccoli, Green Goliath
Cantaloupe, Heats of Gold
Carrots, Sweet Salad Hybric
Cukes, Burpless Beauty
Tomato, Ensalada Hybrid

If you still have them. Only a half dozen of each would be fine except for the carrots, which I'd prefer at least a dozen or so.

Thanks for the offer. You can check my list on the IHA thread to see if there's anything there you'd like of mine except for the Alpine Strawberries, which are gone.
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Post  jerzyjen on 1/31/2011, 2:46 pm

@jerzyjen wrote:I went through all my seeds and have the following available for anyone who wants them. These are all packs that have been opened but used sparingly (the beauty of SFG Very Happy) These are all from seed companies, I haven't ventured in collecting my own seeds yet. I've just changed my mind on planting all these.

From 2009, all from Burpee:
Cantalope - "hearts of gold"
Tomatillo - "toma verde"
Onion - "Golden Sweet Hybrid"
Broccoli - "Green Goliath"
Cucumber - "Burpless Beauty"
Carrot - "Sweet Salad Hybrid"
From 2010, from burpee
Sweet Corn - "Silver Choice"
Tomato - "Ensalada Hybrid" - a determinate paste type

Nothing wrong with these seeds, I just decided not to grow them anymore. I don't mind seeing them go to a new home for the bargain price of a stamp! PM if you are interested.

The only seeds I'm looking for are Spinach. I'm open to any kind.



I'm out of tomatillo & carrot, but I think I have enough to split out some more seeds from the remaining list.

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