CapricornFarm

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I know lots of folks have extra seeds sitting around and might be intetested in swapping seeds, bulbs, roots or whatever for gardening.
All BYC rules apply, they will not be responsible for swaps not completed. The person shipping is responsible for postage unless otherwise agreed by the parties involved. Lets have fun and play nice! Spring is coming!:wee
Please post what planting zone you live in. So people know what will do well in your area. Thanks, and welcome to the swap!
 
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Smuvers Farm

Melvin Up the Taterhole
Feb 16, 2017
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Offer Up:

Tongue of Fire Bush Beans
American Spinach
Gourmet Mix Lettuce
Matador Viking Spinach (we like spinach)
Kentucky Wonder Pole Bean
Detroit Golden Beet
Watermelon Radish
Mizuna Oriental Green
Long Island Improved Brussel Sprouts
Corn Salad Dutch Greens
Siamese Dragon Stir Fry Mix Greens
Black Nebula Carrot
Shanghai Green Choy Oriental Greens
Landreth Stringless Bush Bean
White Icicle Radish
Monstrueux De Viroflay Spinach (did I mention we like spinach? :D )
Detroit Dark Red Beets
Purple Plum Radish
Royalty Purple Pod Bean
 

21hens-incharge

Nuttier than a squirrels stash
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Mar 9, 2014
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I are here too!!!

I could start some blackberries off my plants Smuv.
They root very readily.
Different then raspberries in that the fruit forms on 2 year old canes.
It is not a true bush at all but sends long canes. If the cane is allowed to rest on the ground they will form roots there.
I trellis mine to keep them under control.
 

Smuvers Farm

Melvin Up the Taterhole
Feb 16, 2017
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23,222
872
TN/Western KY Border
I are here too!!!

I could start some blackberries off my plants Smuv.
They root very readily.
Different then raspberries in that the fruit forms on 2 year old canes.
It is not a true bush at all but sends long canes. If the cane is allowed to rest on the ground they will form roots there.
I trellis mine to keep them under control.

Yes ma'am please!!!
How do we do this?
 

21hens-incharge

Nuttier than a squirrels stash
Premium Feather Member
Mar 9, 2014
22,544
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Northern Colorado
Yes ma'am please!!!
How do we do this?
I will have to check into shipping plants and regs.
It should be easy enough to get them started well in little pots then free from the mother plant. Packing I would wrap the pot to secure the damp soil well and stabilize in the box.

The big thing will be if the post office will let me mail them..... I will go in and ask tomorrow.
 

Smuvers Farm

Melvin Up the Taterhole
Feb 16, 2017
4,917
23,222
872
TN/Western KY Border
I will have to check into shipping plants and regs.
It should be easy enough to get them started well in little pots then free from the mother plant. Packing I would wrap the pot to secure the damp soil well and stabilize in the box.

The big thing will be if the post office will let me mail them..... I will go in and ask tomorrow.

SWEET! Oh I would love to have Plants of the Henny growing in my yard!!!
 

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