Seed Exchange

We have seeds available that, for one reason or another, we don’t intend to grow in the future.  We’d love to trade seeds if anyone is interested.  Send an email (address at bottom) if you’re interested.

Name of the seed company:

HS = Heirloom Seeds (heirloomseeds.com)

BC = Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds (rareseeds.com)

SC = Seeds of Change (seedsofchange.com)

BI = Botanical Interests (botanicalinterests.com)

BH = Burpee’s Heirlooms

The ’08, ’09, etc. is the “Pack for Season Date”

Seed that needs to be started indoors for best results:

San Marzano tomato (SC – ’09): 30-35 seeds

Bloody Butcher tomato (a 60-day tomato) (BC – ’09):  approx 15 seeds

Green Zebra tomato (BC – ’09):  approx 40 seeds

Beefsteak tomato (BI – ’09):  approx 30 seeds

Utah Celery, Certified Organic (HS – ’08):  approx 100 seeds

Baby Eggplant (BC – ’09): 10-15 seeds

Seed that should be started indoors but might do OK if direct seeded:

Walla Walla Onion (long day), Certified Organic (HS – ‘08): approx. 80-100 seeds

White Sweet Spanish Onion (long day) (HS – ‘08): approx. 80 seeds

Bianca Di Maggio Onion (not sure on day length type) (BC – ‘08) : approx. 125 seeds

Russian Tarragon (Perennial) (HS – ’08):  approx 30 seeds

Seed that can or should be direct seeded:

Chinese Green Luobo Radish (only grows well in cool weather) (BC – ’08):  approx 100 seeds

Chinese Red Meat Radish (BC – ’08):  approx 100 seeds

Watermelon Radish (HS – ’08):  15-20 seeds

Plum Purple Radish (HS – ’08):  approx 40 seeds

Japanese Minowase Daikon Radish (BC – ’08):  approx 125 seeds

Black Spanish Radish (HS – ’08):  approx 75 seeds

Parisian Carrot (HS – ’08):  approx 100 seeds

Chioggia Beet (BH – ‘08):  approx 20-25 seeds

Ruby Queen Beet (HS – ’08):  approx 80 seeds

Heirloom Iceberg Lettuce (HS – ’08):  approx 200 seeds

Greek Basil (SC – ’10):  approx 30 seeds

Seed we’d love to receive:

Amish paste tomato

Better Boy tomato

Early Girl tomato

Candy Onion

Yellow Granix or Grano onion (basically, Short or Intermediate day Vidalia types)

Pickling cucumbers

Hungarian hot wax pepper

Habanero or Scotch Bonnet peppers

Variety of Sweet Peppers

But don’t hesitate to ask us if you have something else.

If you are interested, please contact us at foodgardenkitchen@gmail.com

Thanks and Happy Gardening!

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2 Responses to “Seed Exchange”

  1. kitsapFG Says:

    I hope you still have some seeds available later in the fall. I am still planting for a few months so I hang on to the seeds until late in the year before doing an inventory and sharing excess.

  2. meemsnyc Says:

    I sent you an email regarding a seed exchange. Would love to do this!

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