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Location: Bozeman and Missoula
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Comment by Lindsey Hamilton on June 12, 2011 at 11:22am
Free Strawberries in Bozeman! I am thinning my strawberry patch and I am potting up the extras for anyone who wants to start their own patch. These are great strawberries, July bearing, and they will spread into a nice thick patch within a year or two. I will leave them on my porch and feel free to grab them at will. I live on the corner of Olive and 10th (near the Co-op) in a red house with blue trim. The porch has a yellow porch swing. Have at it!
Comment by Maximillian Smith on April 11, 2011 at 12:16am
Seeds leftover from the Seed Exchange Potluck . . . post your leftovers and we'll continue the trade . . .
Comment by Maximillian Smith on April 11, 2011 at 12:15am



  • 2011 Lettuce, variety unknown (two large cigarette boxes, courtesy of my great grandmother)
  • 2010 Lettuce, variety: tom thumb (47 days)
  • 2010 Spinach Mustard, variety: tendergreen (35-40 days)

  • 2009 Pepper, variety: maule's red hot, 50 seeds, (80 days from transplant)
  • 2007 Pepper, variety: california wonder (70-75 days)

  • 2007 Basil, variety: thai siam queen
  • 2003 Dill, variety: mammoth
  • Plenty more Dill found in a small envelope

  • 2007 Snow Peas, oregon sugar pod II (60 days)

  • 2009 Kohlrabi, variety: early white vienna (55 days)

  • 2010 Summer Squash, variety: heirloom dark green zucchini (45 days)
  • 2008 Summer Squash, variety: sungreen hybrid zucchini (55 days) 
  • 2007 C.O. Summer Squash, variety: early prolific straightneck (45 days)


  • 2009 Squash, variety: yugoslavian finger fruit (introduced as "pineapple" in 1885--90 to 100 days)
  • 2009 Squash, variety: american tonda (90-100 days)

  • 2007 Butternut Squash, variety: waltham butternut (100 days)
  • 2009 Butternut Squash, variety: from Fisher Seeds

  • 2006 O.C. Wax Bush Bean, variety: golden lumen (50-55 days)
  • Plenty of unknown dried beans grown by my mother in 2009.
Comment by Maximillian Smith on March 9, 2011 at 7:45pm

Hey You!  Marigold lovers!  If there are Missoulians who fancy these plants after the Bozeman Seed Ordering Potluck (we call it a "Seedluck") on March 26th, I'd be happy to act as vegetative courier.  But I'd definitely bring them down to that event which will be at the Beall Center at 6pm.


Hope to see ya there, or coordinate if that falls through . . .

Comment by Darci Stewart on March 9, 2011 at 12:11pm
Thanks Geoff..right now I am in Melrose so not sure what the UM Flat is or when I have to have them there by. I do need to be in Bozeman next week and these plants are huge!!!
Comment by Geoff Badenoch on March 9, 2011 at 10:27am
Get them to the UM FLAT on South Fifth Street and they can be included in the upcoming SeedLuck potluck dinner and seed exchange!  Who doesn't like some marigolds???
Comment by Darci Stewart on March 9, 2011 at 9:53am

Someone gave me heirloom 5th Generation Marigold seeds!!! I'm going to be a version of Johnny Appleseed if I don't give a bunch of these away!!! Anybody want some?

Comment by 1,000 New Gardens on July 20, 2010 at 1:58pm
(Free Garden Fertilizer--straw & chicken manure mix)
Comment by Barbara Aas on July 11, 2010 at 1:26pm
free raspberries-call Barb 587-9253 by July 13
Comment by Maximillian Smith on June 8, 2010 at 7:00pm

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