Ella's Garden 2012 HOG WILD SEED SWAP: NisiNJ 2012 Hog Swap List CLOSED

Members Name: NisiNJ 2012 Hog Swap List CLOSED

MY HAVES TRADING LIST
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Yes for Part 3



No more FAT Goldman's available but I will try to include a couple seeds of the FAT Goldman's with the regular Goldman's oinked for in the main list.
Added 12/10:

I bought seeds of Goldman's Italian-American plum tomato from several sources last year and planted one whole 3x 6 plot of them. They all did well, and produced nice pear shaped tomatoes, but one plant produced significantly FATTER fruits. (See the 3rd photo on the right side of the page.) This plant came from a seed I saved from the previous year, and THAT plant had come from a seed swap. (Is that confusing? Sorry.)

I can't find the original swap packet that produced the fat fruits, but I did save some seeds from 2012's second generation plant. The problem is that I don't have the stomach or the sufficiently cooperative family to ferment the seeds. They were scrubbed/cleaned with Pursue disinfectant dish wash, which is how I treated the previous year's seed and it was fine.

I would like to increase the supply of seeds from this fat tomato for all to share. If you are a fermenter and are willing to sow non-fermented seed, I can send a very few to you so you can try them and maybe offer some resulting seed in future swaps. It won't even count as an oink.

I saved seeds from just one tomato and have enough to send to four nice/adventurous/helpful piggies with nose clips (for the fermenting process):

1. Starlight
2. MistiRose
3. toomanyanimals
4. Patrob
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Original (and still available) List:

All seeds are purchased commercial seeds unless noted otherwise.

Beans:

Lima--Henderson--JuliesAcre
Bush Snap--Provider-bitbit
Pole Snap--Kentucky Wonder
Dry--Vermont Cranberry-Mindy03

Tomatoes:

Abe Lincoln-Mindy03
Amish Paste-Mindy03
Anna Russian-Rising Creek, Mindy03
Basinga-Rising Creek
Beefsteak-Mindy03
Big Boy (small quantity)
Black Cherry-CCVacation
Black Krim-bitbit, Sassafrass
Black Prince-Sassafrass
Brandywine Red Landis Strain
Cherokee Purple-bitbit
Costoluto Genovese--Rising Creek, Soilsandup, Patrob
Druzba
Dr. Wyches's Yellow
Eva Purple Ball--Rising Creek, Patrob
Rose
German Giant--Christine00, Mindy03
Goldman's Italian American -Soilsandup, Ragtag, Wildflowers (will try to include at least a couple of the FAT Goldman's in a separate packet)
Green Zebra-Mindy03
Heidi
Husky Red (small quantity)-Ragtag
Jaune Flammee--Critterologist, Danita
Jubilee
Kellogg's Breakfast--Starlight
Marion-bitbit
Moonglow--Starlight
Mortgage Lifter (from Hazzard's Seeds)--Toomanyanimals
Mortgage Lifter Type (an "improved" selection; still OP) from HPS Seeds
Mr. Stripey (have a bucketload of these, please take them off my hands!)--Rising Creek, Poisondartfrog, Patti 1957, Critter, Mindy03, bitbit, SC Buttercup, Bluespiral
Plum Lemon-Sassafrass
Pruden's Purple (pack says these are organic)--Rising Creek, Blue Spiral, Mindy03, CCVacation, bitbit
Red Pear-bitbit
San Marzano--Poisondartfrog
Stupice-Rising Creek, Critterologist, CCVacation
Tommy Toe--Rising Creek, Blue Spiral, CCVacation (small amount), Ragtag
Yellow Pear
Yellow Submarine-Mindy03

MY WISHLIST ( 10 things I really want)
These are not in order of preference

VERY Fragrant Flowers (I say "very" because the famously scented flowers like datura, moonflowers and 4 o'clocks don't seem to emit much fragrance in my yard)
Pansies and Violas (my daughter's favorite flower and she plants most of our flower garden) See the photo on this page of a pansy I really like, but it's a hybrid and no longer bred
French marigolds, especially those with a lot of orange and golden yellow in the blooms
zinnias especially packets with a single color (my daughter wants to color code the zinnia area of our flower garden) but I will gladly accept mixes to decorate the Hog area of my community garden plot
geraniums any color but especially red ones (got some beautiful red ones from Star last year, thank you Star)
any tomato not on my list which I tried to make easier to find by putting the list in alphabetical order

THINGS I DON"T WANT
Invasives
Vegetables that are ornamental only
Nonflowering ornamentals, i.e. hostas (I know hostas do have little flowers, but they're grown for their leaves mainly, right?)
Hot peppers

TRADES GOING OUT
bitbit
Bush Snap--Provider
Marion
Red Pear
Pruden's Purple
Black Krim
Mr. Stripey
Cherokee Purple


Bluespiral
Pruden's Purple
Tommy Toe
Mr. Stripey

CCVacation
(small quantities each)
Pruden's Purple
Tommy Toe
Black Cherry
Stupice
Extras: Sungold, Tami G

Christine00
German Giant

Critterologist
Stupice
Mr. Stripey
Jaune Flammee

Danita
Jaune Flammee

JuliesAcre
Henderson Lima Bean

Mindy 03
Mr. Stripey (hefty serving)
Pruden's Purple
Green Zebra
German Giant-
Amish Paste
Abe Lincoln
Anna Russian
Beefsteak
Yellow Submarine
Vermont Cranberry Bean

Mistirose
FAT Goldman's (extra)

Patrob
Costoluto Genovese
Eva Purple Ball
FAT Goldman's (extra)


Patti 1957
Mr. Stripey

Poinsondartfrog
San Marzano
Mr. Stripey

Ragtag
Goldman's Italian-American (try to include a couple FAT ones)
2 Smallish red, even one cherry (I'm thinking Husky Red & Tommy Toe)

Rising Creek
Costoluto Genovese
Tommy Toe
Mr. Stripey
Eva Purple Ball
Pruden's Purple
Stupice
Basinga
Anna Russian

Sassafrass
Black Prince
Black Krim
Plum Lemon

SC Buttercup
Mr. Stripey

Soilsandup
Costoluto Genovese
Goldman's Italian-American (try to include a couple FAT ones)

Starlight
Moonglow
Kelloggs Breakfast
The FAT Goldman's I-A (extra)

Toomanyanimals
Original Mortgage Lifter
FAT Goldman's (extra)

wildflowers
Heidi
Goldman's (try to include a couple FAT ones)

TRADES COMING IN
Andi
French marigolds, yellow
zinnia Purple Prince
zinnia Violet Queen
zinnia Envy

bitbit
Marigold - Tashkent OP 2012
Marigold - Golden Guardian OP 2012
Marigold - double, red-yellow bicolor OP 2012
German Chamomile
Marigolds Yellow
Anise
Carrot Tendersweet
Carrot Imperator
Bunching onions
Tomato Roman Candle
Tomato Mountain Gold
Stevia

Bluespiral
Papaver paeonyflorum "White Cloud"
Zinnia Oklahoma Mix

Chelle
Pansy Tango Mix
Garland chrysanthemum
Dense gayfeather
Baby Blue Eyes
Basil Fino Verde
Peony Poppy Flemish Antique
cosmos Fizzy Mix
salvia Marble Arch Mix



Christine00
Japanese MG Chiati + maisugata (counts as one oink)
Gaillardia Goblin
verbena boniaariensis
tomato chocolate cherry



Critterologist
Basil Genovese type from Italy
Basil Blue Spice
Snapdragon seeds, mix of colors including light pink and hot pink, chaff included
Almo Potschke Aster
Tweedia
Larkspur "The Pinks Mixture"



Danita
Dark purple/black viola
Coral/orange snapdragon
Penstemon smallii 'Violet Dusk'
Verbena from "Twister Pink"



Dryad57
mixed poppies from Alaska

Huneybunch 2000
french marigolds
Nicotiana "Perfume Lime"
Orange Magellan Zinnia
Salvia Lady in Red
Salvia Coral Nymph
mixed portulaca
Green bean Harvester


ilovejesus99
Pink and yellow lantana
Red salvia

Jonna
Pisum sativum 'Blauwschokker'
Tagetes patula Safari Yellow
Antirrhinum majus Torbay Rock (about 66% will come true)

Joseph
Smooth leaf spinach landrace
Onion, Cepa Bulbing, Long-day, Long-Keeper
Celery Utah
Super Snappy Pea, Burpee
Good Bug Blend



JuliesAcre
Bachelor Button Blue
Viola Johnny Jump Up

kwilds
Siberia tomato
Prizehead lettuce

LeBug (unconfirmed)
Salvia Victoria
Salvia Forest Fire
Wave Pink Petunia
Yellow Lantana

Mindy03
Teddy Bear Sunflower

Mistirose(unconfirmed)
Kumato tomato
Yellow African Marigold

Patrob
Floss Flower "Blue Mink"
Indian Paintbrush
Dahlberg Daisy
Cowpen Daisy
Tomato Cannabec Rouge

Patti 1957
Cowlick's Brandywine
Fakel
Purple Dog Creek
Mary Robinson's German

RickCorey (unconfirmed)
Lobelia Palace Blue
Danvers 126
Petunia Mix

Sorellina (unconfirmed)
Cosmos, Sulphureus Crested Mix
Zinnia, Pink
Marigolds, Yellow/Orange Mix
Basil, Cinnamon
Onion, Ramata di Milano



Starlight
Correnta Spinach--smooth leaf for shorter seasons
Lemon Basil
Unknown cantaloupe that was the "sweetest and juiciest" you ever ate
Tulsi Basil
Petunia Pink Lady
Liatris Kobold
Impatiens Candy Mix
Moss Verbena




Txbabybloomer
Taskent marigolds
Zinnia orange

wildflowers
Orange marigolds (unconfirmed)

ABOUT MY GARDEN
I live on a corner suburban lot with my husband and 23 yr-old daughter Kat. Kat designs our front flower beds and my oinks for flowers will be mostly her requests. She LOVES pansies and likes tuberous (not wax) begonias, dahlias, snapdragons, portulaca, zinnias and petunias. We also have some baskets we usually fill with spreading petunias. My favorite flower for show is the marigold; I consider it the workhorse of the flower bed.

I am more a veggie garden person, and we have some raised 3 x 6 beds in the back yard for vegetables. I also rent some community garden plots that were tested to be highly alkaline! (NJ and the east coast is usually thought to be acidic.)

We put natural fertilizers, compost, etc. in the soil when we transplant or sow seeds, but if the plants start to struggle we are not adverse to throwing some Miracle Grow their way.

We have lights set up and start many of the seedlings indoors. The last couple of years I have had very good success winter sowing tomato plants. I'm perfectly willing to grow hybrid tomatoes every year, but I also love to read about the heirlooms and want to try them all.

MY 2011 SEED SOWING JOURNAL AND NOTES
Warm winter failed to kill bugs! Horrible infestation season. Ugh.

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"Costoluto Genovese"
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"The FAT Goldman's"
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