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  1. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    Did I not put "bean" after "asparagus"? Yes its a very long red stringbean. I love them because you get just as many beans per plant but you only need half as many for a meal.
     
  2. sonew123

    sonew123 Poultry Snuggie

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    OMG those is scary looking!! LOL its Freddie Krugar's fingers reincarnated to get me!!!
     
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  3. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    I never thought about it that way, but now that you mention it..... No, they still taste too good to be Freddy Kreugers fingers. Oh the 80's.......
     
  4. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    Current Offer (updated)-

    12 button quail eggs

    WYG SWAP STUFF: PICK WHAT YOU THINK IS FAIR

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    Two girls dresses, 3T(purple) and 5T(plaid)
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    I don't know why this picture is so small, but its a vintage tie with Mickey Mouse Golfing on it.
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    Groovy Montgomery Ward Neckt

    Pick one of these state collector plates

    The Sak Crocheted purse
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    Giani Bernini evening bag, leather
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    A Pair of 7 1/2 Ann Klein iflex heels in very good condition.
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    5 size 11 and 17 size 1and 2 leg bands
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    Vintage (can you believe that something made in 1988 is actually vintage now?!) Pfaltzgraf tin
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    Pick as many books as you want:
    1. Anita Shreve "All She Ever Wanted"
    2. "The Spacetime Frontier" a collection of science fiction shorts
    3. "The Bean Trees" by Barbara Kingsolver
    4. "An Unfinished Season" by Just Ward
    5. "Scripts for the Pageant" An epic poem
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    1. Simply Upholstery
    2. 365 TV Free Activities
    3. Quick and Easy Family Baking
    4. Emeril
    5. Family Games
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    1. Sexy in 6
    2. Vegetable Dishes
    3. Everything Grilling Cookbook
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    1. 365 Preschool activities
    2. The Complete Home Decorator
    3. Sidetracked Home Executives
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    These are youth size 11
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    Choose two or three (WYG swap) of the following plants: (If you want any combinations of items, let me know)


    Sorry for any doubles, I am in the middle of editing my swap page.

    I also have a set of 4 of these things for a smoker. They hold your chickens upright inside the smoker, they're like little, speculum shaped stands or racks that fit inside the cavity and hold the chicken upright. Its for one of those weber or weber knock-off smokers; the tallish ones with the dome shaped top.


    1. Black Eyed Susan Starts (live plants) (6)
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    This is a picture of some of my birds in front of them, they're the yellow flowers with the black centers.

    2. 50 Organic Heirloom Tomato seeds (mixed)
    Here are some pictures of the varieties I have:
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    3. Jerusalem Artichoke Starts (6)
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    They grow an edible tuber that is way yummy

    4. Painters Pallette Starts (3)
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    5. Mixed Pole beans (30 seeds)
    I have yard long red asparagus, flat yellow beans, rattlesnake, purple filet, and a green italian flat bean.


    6. Oregano start (1 clump)
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    7. Chocolate mint, Spearmint, Apple mint, lemon mint
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    spearmint

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    apple mint

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    chocolate mint



    11. variegated vinca groundcover
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    14. 1 clump of thyme
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    2. [​IMG] Cissus Quadrangularis/Veldt Grape This plant is a vining succulent in the grape family which looks really cool in a hanging basket (it needs to come in for the winter, or you could keep it as a houseplant all year round, it won't care) and I am led to believe has some sort of medicinal properties and is made into some sort of Chutney in Indian cooking. This plant is also easy to root. You will receive two starts


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    3. This is variegated water clover, it grows along a runner on the bottom of your pond or other water feature and sends these leaves up to the surface where they do a good job of providing cover for your fish and keeping down the algae. You will receive one nice clump

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    4. I also have some limelight artemisia. This is an outdoor perennial (pictured here in a planter) and its hardy in zones 3-9 It is really good for erosion control, takes very little upkeep and looks great. I like to use it on the side of a bank where I don't feel like putting vetch and its too sunny for vinca. Its a nice change from other groundcovers because its upright and its got this beautiful variegated foliage. It needs very little water once established and it takes full sun to full shade and it doesn't lose variegation in the shade. It grows up to 2' tall. You will receive about 6 plants.


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    5. I also have some yellow flag irises which are around my pond, but they'll grow just about anywhere. I will send about 3 large rhizomes or 5 smaller ones.


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    6. This is Callisia repens or Bolivian Jew. Its in the wandering jew family, but it has very small leaves. I love it as a "groundcover" for my potted plants. It only grows very shallow roots, so they don't interfere with the roots of the larger plant and it helps keep moisture in the rootball of the potted plant, plus it adds interest to the surface of the soil. I will send one clump with about 7-10 stems. Put it right into the soil and keep it moist, or root it in some water, It is super easy to root.


    9. Cattails- These are the same cattails you see all over, full sun, pond or raingarden, they need to be started in at least 3" of water, but don't mind ending up in mud (such as would happen in a rain-garden or drainage ditch) once they take root. These are great at filtering your water or helping to dry up low-lying areas. You will receive three rhizomes.

    10. Liriope- This is a perennial in zones 7-10. It is an ornamental grass that gets a purple flower all summer. It is very useful in borders. This requires full sun to part shade. You will receive one clump.[​IMG]


    12, Hostas- love the shade, part sun is also okay and I think they are hardy in zones 3-8b. They are good in all types of soil. You will receive one nice clump.


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    13. I have Bronze Fennel Starts, These are hardy in zones 4a-9b and prefer full sun. They are beautiful and smell really nice when you brush past them. They are a tall, impact plant for your herb garden, which is nice since most herbs are shorter. This is the kind of fennel which you grow for the seeds (i.e. sausage making). You will receive two starts.

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    15. These are Oxalis Purpurea, they grow from a small, spring/summer/fall planted bulb and can be grown as a house plant or in the garden. They like part shade but can tolerate sun or deep shade. They grow from zone 8-11, but can be brought in and stored in some soil during the winter in cooler zones. You will receive ten bulbs.

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    16. I have some Perilla or Shiso starts to offer, these are in the basil/mint family and they have a really interesting, basil/oregano/sesame flavor. I like to make them into kimchi or into a salty/sweet pickle and they can really add some nice color when chiffonaded in a salad. They also look gorgeous in your flower or herb garden. These are easy to grow from seeds which you can collect in the fall. These like full sun or part shade and will grow as an annual herb in any zone.

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    I HAVE SOME HEIRLOOM SEEDS:
    I will send any grouping of these seeds that you like, no limits (within reason). Pick as many seeds as you like along with another item. All seeds were Organically grown and hand collected. You get 50+ seeds per order.

    1. Heirloom Tomato Mix: this is a mix of tomatoes that I have grown organically and hand collected this past fall, they are generally disease resistant and split resistant. I try to mix indeterminate and determinate varieties.

    2. Dill- this is a variety called mammoth dill, grown organically and hand collected by myself.

    3. Bronze fennel- This is a beautiful perennial. It has a bronze color to the foliage and Black swallowtail butterflies love this stuff for laying their eggs. This is the plant that you grow when you want fennel seeds for seasoning.

    4. Green bulbing fennel (Florence Fennel)- This is the stuff that you grow to use as a vegetable. The bottom grows into a bulbous structure that is used in a lot of Mediterranean cooking.

    5. Black Eyed Susan/ Rudbeckia seeds- very easy to start from seed.

    6. Purple Perilla- this is an asian herb which is like a mix of mint, basil and oregano with a little sesame undertone. It is very good when pickled Korean style. As an added bonus, these are a beautiful bright purple/burgundy color that looks great tucked into a flower garden or adds color to your herb garden.

    7. Double Black Datura- Devils Trumpet, this is a gorgeous flower with dark purple double, trumpet shaped flowers and black stems, really pretty





     
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2013
  5. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    I can also add one 6" division of boston fern, 10 tall purple ruellia (zones 7-11), three divisions of ginger (ornamental zones 7-11). Let me see what else I have, I can add button quail eggs (12+) or a barnyard mix (8 eggs of OE, EE and standard brahma mixes). Or two jars of jam (I have strawberry and peach right now). I have some pothos house plants available.

    I also have some really nice girls 4&5T clothes (barely to never worn), let me know if anyone is interested in these and I will post pics.
     
    Last edited: Aug 14, 2013
  6. lilliesanchicks

    lilliesanchicks Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Your killing me I need ferns ,guess I will have to wait as I am sure we will swap again.
     
  7. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    Is Boston Fern hardy in your zone?
     
  8. lilliesanchicks

    lilliesanchicks Chillin' With My Peeps

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  9. rbaker0345

    rbaker0345 Big Mamma Brahma

    Current Offer (updated)-


    WYG SWAP STUFF: PICK WHAT YOU THINK IS FAIR


    I can also add: 1. one 6" division of boston fern,
    2. 10 tall purple ruellia, Mexican petunia- gets many purple flowers (zones 7-11),
    3. three divisions of ginger- gets an intoxicatingly fragrant, white flower(ornamental zones 7-11).
    4. Pink climbing rose (zones 3-8, prefers full sun)
    5. two rooted curly willow starts


    Let me see what else I have, I can add: *button quail eggs (12+)
    *barnyard mix (8 eggs of OE, EE and standard brahma mixes).
    * two jars of jam (I have strawberry and peach right now).
    *I can do a set of one 1cc syringe, a new, unopened box of 25ga leur lock needles, One 60cc syringe (unopened in package) one betadine scrub(new and unopened) and one roll of vetrap(unopened)



    I also have some really nice girls 4&5T clothes, dresses and frilly tops (barely to never worn), let me know if anyone is interested in these and I will post pics.


    Some Sabin 22K State collector plates (pick one or two, they'll cost a lot to ship)
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    Two girls dresses, 3T(purple) and 5T(plaid). But I also have a lot more girls dresses and tops than this, mostly 4T and 5T
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    I don't know why this picture is so small, but its a vintage tie with Mickey Mouse Golfing on it.
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    The Sak Crocheted purse, used like once- but its too small for me- I need one of those giant "mom" purses.
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    Giani Bernini evening bag, leather with romovable strap- very elegant and in excellent condition
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    A Pair of 7 1/2 Ann Klein iflex heels in very good condition.
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    (17) size 1and 2 (chick or quail sized) spiral leg bands
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    Vintage (can you believe that something made in 1988 is actually vintage now?!) Pfaltzgraf tin
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    Pick as many books as you want:
    1. Anita Shreve "All She Ever Wanted"
    2. "The Spacetime Frontier" a collection of science fiction shorts
    3. "The Bean Trees" by Barbara Kingsolver
    4. "An Unfinished Season" by Just Ward
    5. "Scripts for the Pageant" An epic poem
    [​IMG]

    1. Simply Upholstery
    2. 365 TV Free Activities
    3. Quick and Easy Family Baking
    4. Emeril
    5. Family Games
    [​IMG]

    1. Sexy in 6
    2. Vegetable Dishes
    3. Everything Grilling Cookbook
    [​IMG]

    1. 365 Preschool activities
    2. The Complete Home Decorator
    3. Sidetracked Home Executives
    [​IMG]

    These are youth size 11
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]


    Choose two or three (WYG swap) of the following plants: (If you want any combinations of items, let me know)


    Sorry for any doubles, I am in the middle of editing my swap page.

    I also have a set of 4 of these things for a smoker. They hold your chickens upright inside the smoker, they're like little, speculum shaped stands or racks that fit inside the cavity and hold the chicken upright. Its for one of those weber or weber knock-off smokers; the tallish ones with the dome shaped top.


    1. Black Eyed Susan Starts (live plants) (6)
    [​IMG]
    This is a picture of some of my birds in front of them, they're the yellow flowers with the black centers.

    2. 50 Organic Heirloom Tomato seeds (mixed)
    Here are some pictures of the varieties I have:
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]

    3. Jerusalem Artichoke Starts (6)
    [​IMG]

    [​IMG]
    They grow an edible tuber that is way yummy

    4. Painters Pallette Starts (3)
    [​IMG]



    5. Mixed Pole beans (30 seeds)
    I have yard long red asparagus, flat yellow beans, rattlesnake, purple filet, and a green italian flat bean.


    6. Oregano start (1 clump)
    [​IMG]

    7. Chocolate mint, Spearmint, Apple mint, lemon mint
    [​IMG]
    spearmint

    [​IMG]
    apple mint

    [​IMG]
    chocolate mint



    11. variegated vinca groundcover
    [​IMG]




    14. 1 clump of thyme
    [​IMG]


    2. [​IMG] Cissus Quadrangularis/Veldt Grape This plant is a vining succulent in the grape family which looks really cool in a hanging basket (it needs to come in for the winter, or you could keep it as a houseplant all year round, it won't care) and I am led to believe has some sort of medicinal properties and is made into some sort of Chutney in Indian cooking. This plant is also easy to root. You will receive two starts


    [​IMG]
    3. This is variegated water clover, it grows along a runner on the bottom of your pond or other water feature and sends these leaves up to the surface where they do a good job of providing cover for your fish and keeping down the algae. You will receive one nice clump

    [​IMG]
    4. I also have some limelight artemisia. This is an outdoor perennial (pictured here in a planter) and its hardy in zones 3-9 It is really good for erosion control, takes very little upkeep and looks great. I like to use it on the side of a bank where I don't feel like putting vetch and its too sunny for vinca. Its a nice change from other groundcovers because its upright and its got this beautiful variegated foliage. It needs very little water once established and it takes full sun to full shade and it doesn't lose variegation in the shade. It grows up to 2' tall. You will receive about 6 plants.


    [​IMG]
    5. I also have some yellow flag irises which are around my pond, but they'll grow just about anywhere. I will send about 3 large rhizomes or 5 smaller ones.


    [​IMG]
    6. This is Callisia repens or Bolivian Jew. Its in the wandering jew family, but it has very small leaves. I love it as a "groundcover" for my potted plants. It only grows very shallow roots, so they don't interfere with the roots of the larger plant and it helps keep moisture in the rootball of the potted plant, plus it adds interest to the surface of the soil. I will send one clump with about 7-10 stems. Put it right into the soil and keep it moist, or root it in some water, It is super easy to root.


    9. Cattails- These are the same cattails you see all over, full sun, pond or raingarden, they need to be started in at least 3" of water, but don't mind ending up in mud (such as would happen in a rain-garden or drainage ditch) once they take root. These are great at filtering your water or helping to dry up low-lying areas. You will receive three rhizomes.

    10. Liriope- This is a perennial in zones 7-10. It is an ornamental grass that gets a purple flower all summer. It is very useful in borders. This requires full sun to part shade. You will receive one clump.[​IMG]


    12, Hostas- love the shade, part sun is also okay and I think they are hardy in zones 3-8b. They are good in all types of soil. You will receive one nice clump.


    [​IMG]

    13. I have Bronze Fennel Starts, These are hardy in zones 4a-9b and prefer full sun. They are beautiful and smell really nice when you brush past them. They are a tall, impact plant for your herb garden, which is nice since most herbs are shorter. This is the kind of fennel which you grow for the seeds (i.e. sausage making). You will receive two starts.

    [​IMG]


    15. These are Oxalis Purpurea, they grow from a small, spring/summer/fall planted bulb and can be grown as a house plant or in the garden. They like part shade but can tolerate sun or deep shade. They grow from zone 8-11, but can be brought in and stored in some soil during the winter in cooler zones. You will receive ten bulbs.

    [​IMG]

    16. I have some Perilla or Shiso starts to offer, these are in the basil/mint family and they have a really interesting, basil/oregano/sesame flavor. I like to make them into kimchi or into a salty/sweet pickle and they can really add some nice color when chiffonaded in a salad. They also look gorgeous in your flower or herb garden. These are easy to grow from seeds which you can collect in the fall. These like full sun or part shade and will grow as an annual herb in any zone.

    [​IMG]


    I HAVE SOME HEIRLOOM SEEDS:
    I will send any grouping of these seeds that you like, no limits (within reason). Pick as many seeds as you like along with another item. All seeds were Organically grown and hand collected. You get 50+ seeds per order.

    1. Heirloom Tomato Mix: this is a mix of tomatoes that I have grown organically and hand collected this past fall, they are generally disease resistant and split resistant. I try to mix indeterminate and determinate varieties.

    2. Dill- this is a variety called mammoth dill, grown organically and hand collected by myself.

    3. Bronze fennel- This is a beautiful perennial. It has a bronze color to the foliage and Black swallowtail butterflies love this stuff for laying their eggs. This is the plant that you grow when you want fennel seeds for seasoning.

    4. Green bulbing fennel (Florence Fennel)- This is the stuff that you grow to use as a vegetable. The bottom grows into a bulbous structure that is used in a lot of Mediterranean cooking.

    5. Black Eyed Susan/ Rudbeckia seeds- very easy to start from seed.

    6. Purple Perilla- this is an asian herb which is like a mix of mint, basil and oregano with a little sesame undertone. It is very good when pickled Korean style. As an added bonus, these are a beautiful bright purple/burgundy color that looks great tucked into a flower garden or adds color to your herb garden.

    7. Double Black Datura- Devils Trumpet, this is a gorgeous flower with dark purple double, trumpet shaped flowers and black stems, really pretty


     
    Last edited: Aug 16, 2013
  10. lilliesanchicks

    lilliesanchicks Chillin' With My Peeps

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    MINE two rooted curly willow starts

    *~*OFFER*~*

    I do have a mix of daylily seeds freshly harvested.All where pollinated with what ever was open at the time. More pods ripening everyday.

    About 100 daylily seeds.
    suzie wong x unkown
    bringing joy x unkown
    Purple waters x unkown


    Also add a few Daylily seedlings a little bigger but of average varieties.
    Stella D'oro X unkown
    little business X unkown
    happy returns X Unkown


    **************************************
    Dahlia and Carnation plants

    dahlia USDA Hardiness Zones: 8, 9, 10
    carnation hardy in USDA zones 5 through 8

    Have zinnia seed mix and cosmos seed mix. Fresh seeds from my garden.

    Mix and match if you want to on any listed above



    My swap page
    https://www.backyardchickens.com/a/lilliesanchicks-swap-page

     
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2013
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