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Oct 24, 2012 12:56 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
Welcome to this years Hog Wild Seed Swap!! We hope to have another great year of fun, laughter, sharing, renewing old friendships and making new ones.

Below you will find the rules for this year. Whether you are a returning piggy or a new little oinker, please take the time to read and review them as there may be changes from last year.

If you would like to join this years swap, you can sign up HERE



The swap will officially start November 14th, 2012 and run until Midnight on December 12th, 2012. With seed packets mailed by December 20th, 2012 to me. As soon as all seeds are in and separated and reboxed to designated individuals they will be mailed out all at once. That should be no later than January 9th or 10th, 2013, if everybody has their seeds to me on time. They will go out sooner if possible.

Once the actual swapping is closed, if you have everything ready to mail to me before the 20th, that is fine. If you will be delayed a bit with your mailing to me, though, please let me know. Folks are mailing during winter and sometimes blizzards hold folks up and we want folks to be safe.

Think you missed the beginning of this swap? Don't worry! Smiling As long as there are openings, folks may jump in the swap anytime between November 14th and the close.

Are you a shy trader? New to this swap? Don't let shyness put you off. No need to feel overwhelmed either. It may seem complicated, but it's not. It's not any different than doing any other seed trade. Instead of you making just one or two trades at a time, to pack and ship out, you get to make many trades and just ship once. By the time you make one or two posts, you'll be a pro and wondered why you was ever nervous. Rolling on the floor laughing

Everybody here was a new piggy at one time or another and there are plenty of folks who will be glad to answer any questions you may have, or offer help if you need it. Feel free to ask. No question to small or too big.


Here are some links that you may find helpful:

Part 1
Part 2 & 3



What to send to Ella

Seed List Database

What is "land-race", by Joseph

Here's a guide to seed viability:

Foldable Seed Envelopes - great made with wax paper 2012-11-14/tcs1366/89e867[/lightbox]][light...
Oct 24, 2012 12:59 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
This swap is a chance for folks to trade harvested seed, leftover seed hanging around, unused or leftover trade seeds. It is a chance to clean out your seed boxes and fridges, boxes hidden under the bed and fill them up with new treasures! It's the seed swap where just about anything goes. As long as it legal all types of seed from flowers to trees, veggies to herbs are welcome.

Besides fulfilling our own desires for swapping seed, fun and friendship, the Hog Wild Seed Swap also participates in another mission. That mission is to donate some of our seeds to Disaster Survivors to help rebuild their gardens and bring a bit of joy and laughter into their lives again.

Disaster Survivors are those folks who from the past year have had fires, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes , or other natural disasters and have lost their gardens and need to rebuild. Disaster Survivors need only pay 7.00 for the postage of the box of seeds to you.

Disaster Survivors, it is our hope that you will please join in and allow us to share our extra seeds to help you rebuild your gardens. Survivors will not be required to contribute any seeds, but rather let regular swappers be their Piggy Seed Fairies. So, Survivors please let me know who you are, and let us know what kind of seeds you would like to have.

While we do try an accept every person in to this swap who would like to join, we do have to draw the line somewhere. There will be a limited number of spaces available for regular swappers. Please note: There is no limit on Disaster Survivors joining, but you must sign up, so we know your participating.

Everybody whether a Regular participant or a Survivor participant, please sign up on this thread. ...
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Oct 24, 2012 1:01 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
This swap is a bit different than some swaps as it has three parts. Those parts are :

1. General Main Swap
2. One to One
3. Bottom of the Barrel



This is the general swap of “Oinked” seeds you ask for from folks. This part is for all participants Regulars and Survivors. You go down through everybody’s list. When you see something you would like, you come back here and post on the forum to that person your request. Then send them a cmail too stating your request. Some folks have limited time available and with all the requests they get they only have time to confirm your request by cmail.

Some folks will confirm your request on the swap thread. Send them a cmail anyways. With all the requests flying, sometimes a post might accidentally get missed and the cmail helps prevent this. You’ll get a cmail back from them of confirmation letting you know if they still have those seeds available or if they are out and you need to make another request.

Some folks only have internet privileges once a week, so be patient when waiting for confirmations. Also, we have had folks who have lost power from storms and such, but they will post and confirm as soon as possible.

For oinking for seed on the thread. Please look at these examples to give you an idea of how it done if you've never been in a swap before.

You can request from as many folks you want in one post, but only 5 items at a time a post. If somebody has 10 items you want, you will need to make two posts. Please try and bold the person name if you can.

In Part 1 there is a 100-pack limit on the "oinked " seeds going to you. It is your responsibility to keep up with the number of seed packets you have oinked for. To help you, on your database seed listing spot, there is a place where you can keep track of trades coming in and going out, if you want to use it. Sometimes, this limit is raised. If I raise limits, it will be announced in a bolded text post by me.

All important swap announcements are in bolded text, so make sure you read the threads.

All persons in the Regular group need to have at least a start on their seed list posted and viewable before they can request seeds from other folks. You can post all your seeds at once or due part at a time, whatever your comfortable with.

All in the Survivor group, while you will not have a seed swap list, you will need to have your space in the swap database and your wishlist and about my garden section filled out before asking the Regular Piggies for seed.

Due to weather conditions and when seeds may be harvested and ready, lists are added to constantly, so you'll want to check folks lists often so you don't miss out on something good.

To get started:

List your seeds and other information here:

Just click on add a new entry to this database. Put in your screen name and add your entries. To find other people’s list just click on any screen name. If you need help just ask.

MAKE SURE YOU HIT THE SAVE BUTTON every time you add or delete or make a correction, so you don't lose your work.

IMPORTANT: Now although people are encouraged to be piggies and oink for anything they'd like, that what we all here for after all, I am reserving the right to cmail and warn anybody I feel is going overboard. It's fine to ask for lots of seeds, but it's not fine to just go down and ask somebody's whole list because you don't feel like looking them up to see if you really want those particular seeds. That is just not fair and deprives somebody who may really have wanted those seeds to lose out on having them. If you receive a warning from me and don't heed it, you may be asked to leave the swap.

ALSO Please don't abuse the Regular piggies good hearts. The seed offered up is for the participants in this swap, both the Regulars and the Survivors. Please do not be asking for seed for your friends. If they would like to get seed, let them know where to sign up and come ask for what they want. We would be glad to have them, they need to do their own oinking.

Take your time in going through the seed lists. Make sure it what you really want. Use your 100 oinks wisely so that as seed is posted later you really want you'll be able to oink for it.
Oct 24, 2012 1:02 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
PART 2 is called the Piggy Trough and is the One-for-One Trade section. It is up to you if you want to join part 2 or not. Some folks do, some folks don't. Your not required.

In Part 1 you can oink for up to 100 packs of seeds. To enable you to get even more seeds you can also participate in Part 2 and get up too another 100 packets of seeds. Here is how:

This is where loose seed packs are shared among the general swap folks and Survivors alike. Here you can send in extra seeds for a one to one trade. For example, if you send in 20 additional loose packs, you will get additional 20 packs besides what you have oinked for in Part 1. If you send in only one extra packet of seeds you’ll only get back one extra packet of seeds. If you send me 38 packets, you get back 38 packets, You send in an additional 100 packets, you get back an additional 100 packets which would mean you would be getting 200 packets back total from both Part 1 and 2.

If you send extra packets beyond the 100, for Part 2, they will be shared out so that Disaster Survivors get plenty of seeds and into part 3.

For this part, no more than 5 packets of the same cultivar of seed. In other words, for example.. don’t send me 20 packets of Marigold Durango for Part 2. Only 5 will count towards the one for one swap, but you can send 5 packs of Marigold Durango and say 5 packs of Marigold French Cream.

No more than a total of 15 packets of the same type/genus of seed. For example ..say you are sending 25 extra packets for Part 2 of the swap, no more than 15 of those packets can be marigolds. The other 10 packets would need to be a different type seed other than marigold.

Make sure on your database spot that you fill in your wishlist and About my garden spot. It is from that information that I try to hunt through the masses of seeds to match up things for you. In this section it still a pot luck. I do the best I can for everybody with what comes in.

Part 3

Now Part 3 is the bottom of the bucket seeds. Again this part you can join or skip. Sometimes we have folks that send in seed for part two, but either don’t want any one to one seeds back, or just a limited amount. Any seed left at bottom of the feed bucket will be passed on to Survivors, and Regulars who would like them.

After everybody is taken care of, if there are still any seeds left that nobody wants they will go to any communities or any other charitable organization that will benefit from them. Let no seed go to waste! is our motto. : )

To get started, just make sure you understand Part 1. As the swap progresses and we get to parts 2 and 3, we'll go over these sections again.
Oct 24, 2012 1:04 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
When the swap closes here is what you will be sending me...

1. Your seeds. Both the ones people have oinked for and your one-for one seeds if your participating in that part too, and any extras you may want to add to the trough. Since I need to send back as many packs as people send in, I need some help counting. LOL! On the baggies that are tagged for certain people, I would like the number of packs you've enclosed for that person written on the slip of paper with their name so that I don't have to go rooting through to count them.


You can send your seed to me in a bubbler mailer or in a box. Which ever way you chose. I highly recommend you put a confirmation sticker on your package.

Confirmation stickers cost about 80 cent. With cutbacks and such in the postal service it is best to be on the safe side, then to have your seeds lost in the mail. So far we have been lucky every year and all package s have arrived. But there can always be a first time.

2. Your real name and return address on a piece of paper in your bubbler or box. Also cmail it to me too.

3. Postage to return your mailer to you. Postage you will need is $7.00 for US folks. International folks check with me. Everybody's seeds gets shipped back in a priority mail box with a delivery confirmation it. Even though some of you new folks will only be sending in a few seeds,you will be getting back 100’s of packets of seeds and in some cases bulbs too. These seeds/bulbs not only weigh, but so does all the baggies, wrap, the cute cards and decorations some folks make on their seed packets , and little odds and ends that folks send along to go into the Piggy buckets.

If anybody offers bulbs this year again, and you oink for them expect to pay more for postage.
Oct 24, 2012 1:05 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b

New to gardening? Just learning how to grow seeds? Worried that you don’t have many seeds or any seed s at all. Your welcome to join in the fun. You will receive back many more seeds than you send in, but you will be required to make an effort to send in something. If you have absolutely nothing to send in, you could buy a mega pack of a more unusual seed from a small seed house and divide it up into trade sized packages. Or, you could do the same with some inexpensive or bulk seed from the seed houses.
You can also go around to friend’s houses and see if they have any flowers with seed on that they would let you collect.

Seed Packets

You can package your seed up in baggies or make your own seed packets. The choice is yours.
Make sure all your seed packets are labeled.
Please put the following information at least:

Common Name
Scientific Name
Your Screen Name

If you want to be extra nice you can also put year and Zone.

On those folks sending loose packets for Part 2 of the swap, besides labeling them, please put your screen name on them. If they don't have your screen name on them, and I read what you like, you may find them coming right back to you. With thousands of seed to sort through and group, I can't remember every packet that was sent by who.

For the loose seed packs, which are packs for the general swap, not for a specific person, I will distribute these based on who I think will like them the best. I use your Wish lists and you about my garden section on your Database entries. All seeds will be welcome, and if we have any left over that no regular swapper or survivor wants, I'm sure folks on this thread will come up with some great ideas for their final home.

Old seed is fine and that a part of this swap, but check for viability.

*No Delphinium older than 2008
*No Larkspur older than 2008
* Here's a guide to seed viability:

Some seeds will last for years and years if properly kept. No problem with some older seed in the swap, but please, post that it is older.

Seed packets do not need to be a required amount. Some seed is harder to find and some is common. Some folks may only offer up three to five seeds if it one of the more rarer ones. If your only offering a few seeds, less than a regular trade of 20-25 seeds, please post it on your seed trading list.

A real time saver is to grab a box of cheap snack baggies, sandwich baggies, or ziplocs, and as people sign up, write their name on the baggie or on a slip of paper inside the baggie. So you can easily drop in their requested seed and count the number of packets later. If you have seeds for each participant, you might need quite a few baggies.

Some seeds are premium seeds because they are rarer and "worth more". As loose packs of seeds come in, I will sort of separate those out and distribute them in a way that makes sense in terms of what people send in (or ask for, as in the case of survivors).

The last wrinkle is your wishlist! When you sign up, also post AT LEAST 10 things you'd like to have. You can always post more. You can always change it around too. These can be specific (Lupine 'White Snow') or vague (anything white for part shade). Try to be as specific as you can. Like any type Salvias or Echinacea. If you just put "anything for butterflies and hummers" or "anything for part shade", it hard on me. I am not familiar with all the plants around and don’t have time to look up every seed to see if for hummers or not.

Note: You will not be considered "in" the swap until this Wishlist is posted.

Some people have to work odd or late hours and may miss on out the seed they really have been Wishing for. Having the Wishlist lets regular folks pull those seed off to the side and save them for you.

How To "OINK " For Seed

For those who have not participated in the swap before, here is a guideline as to how to ask for seed.

You can look at folks seed lists which can be found HERE
**Click "Browse all Entries" to view others seed lists.

If you see something you like, you come back to this thread or the main thread we are on at the time and post something like this:

"Star... I would like, or I oinking, or this piggy asking , ect..ect... for

Snapdragon Purple
Geranium Splish Splash

then send that person a cmail soon as ya can for the same request. It easy just to copy and paste your post in a cmail too. This is so that folks who may be to busy working or such to watch the chat threads at the moment can check their cmails and answer you back whether they have your seed or not and edit their lists as they get a chance.

And then you have folks like me who are mainly watching the threads and won't get to cmails right away to answer you whether they have the seed available still or not, but will answer right away on the threads and then your cmail later.

It also lets other folks see that if somebody has 3 packets available on their list and three people have already oinked for them, that they can cmail the person and see if they may still have some available or not.

Now some folks will not have their full lists all ready here as we begin, so you will want to watch the the swap thread, as maybe for example I will have 2 packs of some rare seed. Instead of putting it on my list, I may just put on swap thread something like this:

" I have 2 packets of Snail Vine"

then the first two piggies who oink for them, will get them and I will acknowledge on a post that I am putting them in their baggy.

Please try and keep your seed lists updated as soon as you can. That way you won't have piggies asking for things you already out of.

Oct 24, 2012 1:07 PM CST
Name: starlight1153 Zone 8a/b
This swap is called Hog Wild or Piggy Swap for a reason. It is a swap and it a first to the trough get served, so if ya play in the mud to long, you'll miss dinner calls. : ) If you miss out on getting something you really wanted, ask. Sometimes the person can break up a trade to share. If they can't do that , then put it on your want list. Ya never know what ya might find in your trough at the end of the swap. : )

You will find that there will be times as folks post that they posted their lists, or added to their lists, that oinking will be fast and furious, then there will be time s it will go slow, only to start the process all over again. Don't get discouraged. Just take your time and ask questions anytime you want too.

You will find that some of us with big lists will be breaking them down in small amounts at a time, so we can oink and answer cmails. Those of you with small list and new to the game, may want to just list one or two particular item up at a time til you get the hang of it. It won't take long though and you will be pushing shoulders with the best of the piggies. Rolling on the floor laughing

Let’s all remember our manners towards one another. Shoving at the piggy trough, oinking at the top of your lungs, and wallowing in the mud together is permissible : ) ,... but disrespect on the threads will not be permitted. Anybody being disrespectful or otherwise misbehaving, I will ask to leave the swap.

I know we have a great bunch of people in the swap, but with so many folks, just have to make this point.

Those new to the swap, at anytime ya get lost, have questions, don’t be afraid to ask. There a lot of fantastic seasoned Piggies here who will be glad to help.

I usually forget some item or two, and reserve the right to add or edit as we go , but I think I have everything covered. Whistling

Well, I think that about it. Always a lot to read, but actually very easy, but with new folks, always like to try and put everything down.


To Swap Lists:

To Sign up Threads:

To Chat and Help Thread:

Finally all done, Be ready to yell Suuuuuuuueeee/eeeiiiiiiiii on Nov. 14th when this thread will open. Hurray! Hurray!
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Nov 13, 2012 8:51 PM CST
Name: Terese
Leesburg, FL zone9b
Wisconsin Dells Area, zone4
And ... with how fast this thread is going to fly.... Lets try our best to keep this one for Seed Requests only.... and Chatting on the other.

As time goes by, once the swap thread gets chatty, finding the actual seed requests gets harder... that is why many of use use BOLD text.

See you in the morning....
Terese -- Leesburg, FL & Lake Delton, Wi
My Email is my userID at

Nov 14, 2012 7:50 AM CST
Name: Terese
Leesburg, FL zone9b
Wisconsin Dells Area, zone4
OK Gang.... ya ready?? !!!

The Barn Door is OPEN....
Terese -- Leesburg, FL & Lake Delton, Wi
My Email is my userID at

Nov 14, 2012 7:51 AM CST
Name: Patricia
Central TX 7b/8a
This piggy is oinking for

Melon ‘Ananas D’Amerique A Chair Verte’ (Green Fleshed Pineapple)
Pepper ‘Golden Marconi’
Hollyhock ‘Black Currant Whirl’
Zinnia ‘White Polar Bear’

Aristolochia fimbriata
Cleome hirta
Coleus Superfine Festive Dance
Petunia superbissima Fluffy Ruffles
Salvia taraxacifolia Touch of Scent

Sedum ‘Lizard’
Helenium ‘Rubinzswerg’
Dahlia ‘Bloody Mary Mix’

Chinese Red Noodle Long Bean

Meadow phlox – Phlox maculata
Fringed Pinks (Dianthus chinensis 'Double gaiety')
Poor Man's Orchid (Schizanthus x wisetonensis 'Treasure Trove Rose Bicolor')
Annual Phlox (Phlox drummondii 'Promise® Mix')
Nov 14, 2012 7:51 AM CST
Name: Danita
GA Zone 7b/8
Oinking Please!

Marigold - Golden Guardian OP 2012

Star Daisy (Melampodium paludosum)

begonia queen red

JonnaSudenius 2012
Impatiens balfourii

Antigonon leptopus, coral vine
Chilopsis linearis, desert willow 'burgundy'
Consolida ambigua, bunny larkspur
Ricinus communis, castor bean 'new zealand'
Zinnia elegans, 'Apricot Blush'

Anisacanthus quadrifidus (Flame Acanthus)
Salvia farinacea (Mealycup Sage)
Salvia greggii 'Alba' (White Autumn Sage)
Salvia regla (Mountain Sage)

Ipomoea sloteri, Apricot Candy
Salvia taraxicifolia, Touch of Scent
Coleus blumei from Black Dragon
Emilia javanica, Irish Poet
Cleome hirta

Hibiscus acetosella 'Red Shield'

Giant Exhibition Limelight Coleus

Thank You! :)
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Nov 14, 2012 7:51 AM CST
Name: Alana
Oink Oink! I would love to have any of these that is available:

That beautiful Glass Gem Flint Corn!

Wild Hazelnut
Poppy, Hens and Chicks

Pultenaea mollis
Schizopetalon walkerii
Vitex trifolia 'variegata

Salvia greggii alba
Castilleja purpurea

Poor Man's Orchid, Schzanthus x wisetonensis Treasure Trove Rose Bicolor

Hibiscus sabdariffa, Pink Roselle

Tomato, Pink San Marzano

Thank you.

I have to squeeze in work today, more's the pity, so I won't be able to do any more oinking or respond to any requests until later in the day, but I will get to it as soon as I am able.

Have a beautiful day slopping around in the mud,
Nov 14, 2012 7:52 AM CST
Name: CC
I LOVE play'n in the MUD! Lets get down and dirty!

Papaver somniferum, Fringed Lilac
Nigella damescena, Miss Jekyll White

Rhubarb, Riverside Giant

Blackberry Lily or Leopard Lily
Hardy Hibiscus, Dwarf.

Bachelors Button ‘Black Boy’
Snapdragon ‘Black Prince

Globe aramanth (red)
Laurens Grape Poppy

Papaver somniferum Drama Queen
Papaver somniferum China white
Nigella damascena
Callistephus chinensis Matsumoto blue 1x

Aquilegia vulgaris 'William Guiness'
Mentha x gracilis 'Variegata' Variegated Ginger Mint

Aquilegia, Columbine 'Ruby Port'
Acquilegia crysantha, columbine 'Yellow Star'
Geranium phaeum, Dusky Cranesbill 'Samobor'
Moluccella laevis, Bells of Ireland
Caryopteris incana 'Blue Mist'

Nov 14, 2012 7:54 AM CST
Name: Michele Roth
N.E. Indiana
Oinking, squealing and snorting for these, please!

Tagetes patula - French marigolds, 6" yellow FAT PACK OF SEEDS
Campanula latifolia alba Wide Leaved Bellflower - white

Malabar spinach - red OP 2012
Pepper - Giant Marconi (long red sweet) OP 2012
Pea - mixed (Wando, Sugar Snap, and Joseph's landrace) OP 2012
Cantaloupe - Minnesota Midget, time-isolated OP 2011

Ligularia osiris 'Cafe Noir' Leopard Plant

Sedum 'Lizard' (annual)
Helenium ‘Rubinzwerg’

Ismelia carinata
Papaver somniferum China white
Scabiosa atropurpurea
Roscoea auriculata

Acquilegia crysantha, columbine 'Yellow Star'
clitorea ternatea, blue peavine, single and double mix
Salvia Greggii 'Wild Thing'
Schizopetalon walkerii

Begonia ex 'Barbara Rogers'

Asclepias curassavica (milkweed, butterfly weed) 'Silky Gold' 2010
Campanula punctata (spotted bellflower) ‘Cherry Bells’

Thank you!
Nov 14, 2012 7:58 AM CST
Name: Julianna
Victoria, BC USDA Zone 8
ok little confusing there -


Heuchera, plum pudding/pretty polly
Zinnia, purple prince
Zinnia, violet queen


Pepper, maui purple


Basil, lime


Pepper, medusa
Columbine, green apples
Strawflower, mix


Hollyhock, black currant whirl


Pepper, serrano


Corn, glass gem flint
Corn, Joseph's popcorn
Parsnip, turnip-rooted


Tomato, kardinal
Squash, Slovenska golica
Pac choi, toi choi
Pole Bean, stokkavits


Zinnia, violet queen


Rudbeckia, cappuccino
Columbine, ruby port


Tomato, mexico
Tomato, orange minsk
Tomato, purple dog creek
Tomato, indigo rose


Coleus, superfine rainbow festive dance
Zinnia, pinca
CA poppy, purple gleam


Strawflower, crimson violet
Zinnia, pastel dreams


Gerbera Daisy, sunrise
Hollyhock, happy lights Antwerp
Hollyhock, double marroon

There..need coffee now..
Grazie a tutti,
Nov 14, 2012 8:02 AM CST
Name: Tonya Rose
Blanco, TX
Oinking for:

Aunt Ginny’s Purple tomato
Believe It Or Not tomato
Belize Pink Heart tomato
Black Master tomato
Brandywine Sudduth’s tomato

Cherokee Chocolate tomato
Chuck’s tomato
Cowlick’s Brandywine
Dr. Neal
Earl’s Faux

Gary O Sena
Gold Medal
Kellogg’s Breakfast
Linda’s Faux
Mama Irene’s

Mary Robinsons German
Orange Minsk


(edited for spacing)
[Last edited Nov 14, 2012 8:33 AM CST]
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Nov 14, 2012 8:06 AM CST
Name: Julianna
Victoria, BC USDA Zone 8
Tonya, you might break those up into 5 request segments - I think that's what we're supposed to do with oinks - so each 5 oink thingie is its own post. Thumbs up
Grazie a tutti,
Nov 14, 2012 8:08 AM CST
Name: Jill
NW Missouri
Oinking loudly!

Dryad I'm snorting and oinking for your Beetberry.

Poisondartfrog I'm happily grunting for your
Gossypium hirsutum, Arkansas Green Lint.

Critterologist Oinking for your
Basil, Italian
8 inch tall pink sedum, chaff and all

Nov 14, 2012 8:08 AM CST
Name: christine
Oinking for...
CCVACATION ligularia cafe noir

TOOMANYANIMALS secret passion echinacea
japanese morning glory

PPOISENDARTFROG gossypium Arkansas green linT
Nov 14, 2012 8:10 AM CST
Name: Ann
Rock Hill, SC (Zone7-8)
Good morning, all you hungry piggies!

May I please request:

Andi: Astilbe "amethyst" (lavendar)

Astilbe "Bressingham Beauty" (pale pink)

Bachelor Button (blue & lavendar mix)

Chelle: Poppy (black peony)

Klondike cosmos

Critter: Pretty purple pepper

Sedum (freebie?)

Hot & spicy basil

Dayjillymo: Yellow columbine

Dwarf hardy hibiscus (pink striped)

Hens & chicks poppy

Shasta daisy

nbgard: Tithonia (yellow torch)

patrob: Platycodon (semi-double white)

sorellina: Cosmos (bright lights)

Portulaca (mango sundial)

star: Geranium hardy (Jester's Jacket)

Gerbera daisy (Sunrise)

Hibiscus (Texas Red Star)

Impatiens (Candy Mix)

I'll send c-mails to everyone now. Yippee...this is going to be fun again!

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