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Seedy Fellows

The mission of this group is to form a bit of comprehensive knowledge and resources for people interested in those tiny ovals. We discuss methods for seed saving and create community outlets for excess (eg. bartering exchanges)

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Latest Activity: Feb 24, 2011

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Seed Outlets

Started by 1,000 New Gardens. Last reply by Emma Simuns Feb 24, 2011. 2 Replies

Have excess seeds that you'd like to barter, trade, or give away?The first step is posting them here for other seed enthusiasts to see...Please note:1)The type of vegetable and specific variety2)How…Continue

New Varieties in 2010

Started by 1,000 New Gardens. Last reply by Geoff Badenoch Feb 20, 2010. 2 Replies

What new varieties are you experimenting with this year?What are your old stand-bys (seeds that you'd recommend to every new gardener)?Continue

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Comment by Maximillian Smith on April 5, 2010 at 2:31am
Plenty of Spinach seeds that were saved in 2009 (left over from the Bozeman "Seedluck")

I purchased plenty of arugula, sweet basil, and bibb lettuce seeds from Fisher Seeds...and I'm open to trading either seeds or starts...

I desire pest mgmt. flowers (nasturtiums, african marigolds, and geraniums) and flowers for dyes (flax, indigo, etc.)
Comment by paula scoggins on February 22, 2010 at 9:04am
I have hot pepper seeds-a few varieties like Cayenne, Bulgarian Carrot, long hot cayenne, Hidcote English Lavender. More Later
 

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