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Post  dixie on 12/29/2012, 9:20 pm

WANTED:
January King cabbage seeds
Celery (I have Tango, but would like to try something else)
Chinese long bean
Eggplant other than Black Beauty, Ping Tung and Galine
German Pink tomato, large deep pink, almost oxheart, not ribbed-type beefsteak. (I have German Johnson & old German, but not what I'm looking for)



SEEDS AVAILABLE:
TOMATOES:
Yellow tomato, Commercial, 2011, unknown variety
Red tomato, Commercial, 2011, unknown variety
Tomatillo, Commercial, 2011
White currant, Wintersown, 2012
Indiana Baltimore, Wintersown, 2012
Debarao, Wintersown, 2012
Striped Roman, Wintersown, 2012
Amish Paste, Wintersown, 2012



PEPPERS:
Jalapeno pepper, Commercial, 2011
Cubanelle frying
Serrano hot pepper

Rhubarb, Glaskins perpetual. Easily grown from seed.

Cucumber, Spacemaster bush

HERBS:
Basil, Commercial, 2011, unknown variety
Sweet basil, Commercial, 2011
Oregano, Burpee, 2012
Basil, Mammoth, Commercial, 2011
Sage, perennial, 2011

Hibiscus, hardy yellow
Hibiscus, hardy deep pink

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Post  Pollinator on 12/30/2012, 2:52 pm

I have a lot of dwarf French marigold seeds, probably enough to supply a packet to 25 people or more. Once you grow them, you'll have seed for the future as well. In the South, they reseed themselves quite well, too.

I've found these to give almost perfect protection from squash bugs and cucumber beetles, when interplanted with your veggies. They also suppress caterpillars, like the tomato hornworm. The only pests I have had trouble with (marigolds didn't seem to help at all) were pickleworm and squash borers.

You can send me an SASE for a packet.
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Post  quiltbea on 12/30/2012, 3:35 pm

Dixie and Pollinator, please check your PMs above. I've sent you some info.
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