Sunday, November 15, 2009

Seed Swap Sunday 11-15-09

Since I do not have many seeds this will be my last
Seed Swap Sunday.These will be mailed out on a first
come first serve basis. My contact button
is on the left.
For anyone who wants to join into
the seed swap just go over to ' Dirt Princess's' blog
and sign up for today's swap. Just click on the
Seed Swap graphic or follow this link to get there.

For today's swap I have:

Blue Pansy or Viola Giant

Dark Coral or Hot Pink Gerbera Daisy

Osteospermum Purple

I also have some Double Datura metel Black Currant Swirl
(please remember the datura seeds are poisonous)

I also have a mixed African Daisy Arctotis.
and a package of Branywine tomato seeds that I would
gladly give to someone. They grow too large for my
tomatoes. That is about it. I am going to
have to concentrate on more
seed saving next summer.

Happy Gardening Everyone!


Anonymous said...

Gorgeous blooms that anyone would be lucky to have seeds from!

Dirt Princess said...

I just got some datura seeds from my mom today, But I would love to have some of yours! Actually I would like seeds from all you mentioned today!!!!!! Great goodies!

Anonymous said...

I'm horrible at saving seeds ~ you have lots more than I would. Some really pretty ones too.

Stephanie said...

Your Double Datura metel Black Currant Swirl is so unique and gorgeous. What an unusual colour! Thanks for your warning on its seed!

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

Stephanie; They are pretty to look at but have a strong smell also.I do not stick my nose into the blooms.

Nancy: Hey girl thans for dropping by.

DP: Hey, girl you got them!

Kathleen: I am horrible at it to but I really need to do more because I enjoy this seed swapping thins ;-)

Janean said...

your photos are FAB!!!

Tootsie said...

just such glorious photos! I wish I had known about the seed swap sooner...I'd have saved some more!

VW said...

The violets are sweet, the datura is mysterious and exotic, but what else would you expect from a plant that makes you hallucinate if you eat it? The double purplish version is fantastic, isn't it.

Jan (Thanks For 2 Day) said...

I've never seen a double datura that shade before and it's a winner! It's so unusual and exotic looking...just lovely;-)