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Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 9:52 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity

bitbit: I sure am oinking for your drought tolerant wando peas.
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
Imagecritterologist
Nov 14, 2011 9:53 AM CST
Name: Critter (Jill)
MD
oink, oink!

Star, I like the new limits... 5 per person, 20 per day. That way, if I post 30 individual seedpacks, 20 of them won't be "oinked up" by the first person who has a chance to click on my list. This will also make us think more about what we really want (and can grow and can find a spot for) rather than just jumping on everything that sounds appealing.


Jonna may I please have these, if available? Thanks!

Aster alpinus (white)
Campanula glomerata alba
Knautea macedonea, violent pink
Linarea purpurea Enchantment
Sanvitalia procumbens

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Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 10:02 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity

Chelle: I'd sure love to grow cushaw squash. Oink, Oink, Sqeal!!! I tried growing them this year, but the variety was way too long season, and planted in a place it didn't like. Hoping to try again with different seed next year.
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
Imagestarlight1153
Nov 14, 2011 10:05 AM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
AL.
Joseph

Oinking and squeeling for:

Landrace Zucchini
Cuke Landrace
Beautiful Potato
Earliest Tomato if you have enough. You need early because of the short growing season in your area. Now we need early because of extreme heat and drought with no water.

Also I am looking for a corn that sweet, but will hold up when cut of cob nd put into soup base and canned. If ya have something like that for a Kid's hunger program. Soup has carrots, chicken broth, spinach, corn and a few navy beans in it. So whatever ya think would taste good.



ImageMistirose
Nov 14, 2011 10:05 AM CST
Name: Misti
Fate, TX
yep I only have 5 oinks left for today....hmmm what to oink for next Drooling scouring for carnivorous plants Drooling LOL
Imagerisingcreek
Nov 14, 2011 10:08 AM CST
Name: kacee
southern california
this is so great-finally got the hang of it thank you for your patience !
Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 10:17 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity

KLStuart: Oink, Oinkety, Oink-squeal for, Asparagus, Garlic Chives,
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
poisondartfrog
Nov 14, 2011 10:20 AM CST
Name: Alana
Kentucky
5 oinks left here, too, I think. I am glad I did not bite off more than allowed. I would hate to have to reverse oink..sounds painful. I did request one from patty and it appears her list is not open yet so I may have to reoink that one later.

joseph
I would love to try your landrace short vine shelling peas

Thanks, Alana

Imagetcs1366
Nov 14, 2011 10:25 AM CST
Name: Terese
Leesburg, FL zone9b
Wisconsin Dells Area, zone4
while i was scouting the lists last evening, i did notice a few are not up to date... still with last years swap info... i guess be patient -- it's a LONG swap... more seeds will be added until the very end.

they are usually posted within the tread - and usually leading back to their list.
Terese -- Leesburg, FL & Lake Delton, Wi
My Email is my userID at hotmail.com

Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 10:26 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity
Starlight: Got your seeds added to my outgoing list.... Asking for the moon with that corn though: Sweet AND reliable enough for a hunger program? Maybe that's only a problem for me though: growing right on the ecological limits for sugary enhanced sweet corn.
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
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ImageJonnaSudenius
Nov 14, 2011 10:27 AM CST
Name: Jonna
Belgium, Europe
Here are my 20 oinks for today:

Chelle
Amberboa muricata
Melampodium paludosum
Lemon Basil
Nasturtium, Black Velvet
Lemon Grass

Dmac
Agastache Raspberry Daiquiri
Dahlia Black Beauty
Dianthus Chianti Fedco
Diascia Rose Queen
Lupin Morello Cherry

starlight1153
Desmodium canadense
Agrimonia eupatoria ... 'Alba flora
Geranium Jester Jacket
Ostrich Aster

tcs1366
Agastache aurantiaca
Agastache austromontana
Heuchera sanguinea
Linum flavum compactum
Mesembryanthemum
Tradescantia zebrina

As I understood well, I could oink extra for seeds of
tuink
Campanula takesimana
Geum floreplena
Pseudolysimachion kiusianum
Vigna caracalla
Calamintha grandiflora
Coreopsis "Quills and Thrills"
Lavandula multifida
Rhexia virginica
Salvia bulleyana (Salie)
Mimulus guttatus
Dipsacus pilosus


ImageTxbabybloomer
Nov 14, 2011 10:29 AM CST
Name: Diana
Dayton, TX
RickCorey Oinking for:
Marigold 'Orange Ball' from Mittsy

Sassafrass May I please have some:
Jarrahdale Blue Pumpkin
Sweet Dumpling
Kamo Kamo Pumpkin
Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 10:39 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity


RickCorey: I'd sure like to grow: Pak Choi Joi Choi, Pak Choi White Stem,
Taiwan Bok Choy, Baby Bok Choy green stem "Ching Chang". Oink, oink, sqeal.
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
Imagechelle
Nov 14, 2011 10:41 AM CST
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana
joseph wrote:
Chelle: I'd sure love to grow cushaw squash. Oink, Oink, Sqeal!!! I tried growing them this year, but the variety was way too long season, and planted in a place it didn't like. Hoping to try again with different seed next year.


[still working on updates....but had to jump in here...]

Joseph,

Perhaps these seeds will be somewhat better since the parent plant was grown here?? (zone 5) (I f I'm getting the idea of the land-race thingy right?? ) Does it make any difference?



Imagechelle
Nov 14, 2011 10:45 AM CST
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana
starlight1153 wrote:
Also I am looking for a corn that sweet, but will hold up when cut of cob nd put into soup base and canned. If ya have something like that for a Kid's hunger program. Soup has carrots, chicken broth, spinach, corn and a few navy beans in it. So whatever ya think would taste good.





Star,

I'll be listing a couple of varieties of sweet corn later as well....don't know how well they'd hold up in soup, but they're sweet. (hybrids)

ImageSorellina
Nov 14, 2011 10:49 AM CST
Name: Julianna
Victoria, BC USDA Zone 8
Ciao Ella-

I'll have some sweet corn as well.
Grazie a tutti,
Julianna
Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 10:51 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity

Chelle: You got it. The cushaw seeds I grew last season were from Arizona.... I'm sure anything grown in zone 5 would work much better in my garden. Thanks for growing these and for sharing!

The first year I grew Butternuts/Moschata only about 25% of the plants produced fruit in my garden. Many of them hadn't even started to blossom when the garden froze. This year every descendant of those plants produced fruit.

One of these days I might start working on a locally adapted Luffa.

Sassafrass: Oinking for a sample of your cushaw seeds as well.
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
Imagechelle
Nov 14, 2011 10:55 AM CST
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana
I think I have everyone's requests (and updates done) up until this point....now to answer mails. Thumbs up
Imagejoseph
Nov 14, 2011 10:56 AM CST
Name: Joseph
Cache Valley Great Basin
Landrace: locally-adapted diversity

soilsandup: Oinking for some of your garlic chive seed.

I tasted garlic chives for the first time this year. I sure liked them. But I only have one clone in my garden. Looking to expand the genetic diversity so if something goes wrong with that one clone that something might go right with other plants.
Author of Mother Earth News Blog about Landrace Gardening: http://www.motherearthnews.com/search.aspx?tags= Lofthouse
Imagechelle
Nov 14, 2011 10:58 AM CST
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana
Joseph,

We cross-posted. Heavy rain here at present.

Thumbs up I love that squash! So sweet, nice texture and plenty of it!

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