Black Pineapple Tomato
Cherry Belle radish
Hale's Best Cantaloupe
a few Red Russian kale seeds available.
1. Rose De Berne, indt. med, pink, round
2. Cosmonaut Volkov...
I have some extras of these. 20 seeds per pack.
Black Pineapple, is also known as Ananas Noire.
Rose De Berne, is a pink, round tomato, it seems red when very ripe, or in some lighting.
Both are indeterminate.
I also have some...
I let my dill go to seed.
I filled my seed bank jar, and still have many left over.
I'm Seeking tomatoes Wisconsin 55 GOLD, and Andes Horn specifically, but will consider what you have to offer.
Young Dill Plants
I don't know If I can say this or not, But there are some great seed sources on Listia, where the seeds are free, or postage only.
I don't know where some get their seed, because they have a lot of it, but other "seed sellers" are seed savers, and offer the seeds they saved. This site helps...
I pick the squash seeds out, put them in a wire strainer, rinse them off. Dry them with a paper towel, and put them back in the strainer to dry. This way, air gets all around them and they don't stick to paper things.
I go stir them up, everyday, for 3-7 days.
Two types of squash, can be...
I did a sweet potato trial this year. I grew them in pots (I don't like digging for them).
I had one in what I call a horse tub, it's a big round, plastic tub, with rope handles on 2 sides.
The tub got cracked on the bottom, and wouldn't hold water, so I turned it into a pot, by drilling holes...
The last image, is to a natural CROSS, of a brown tomato parent, and probably Early Girl parent, if someone just wants to grow to eat, and not worry about saving seeds.
The brown parent, was one I originally bought off a site, and they didn't mention that it might cross.
Early Girl I grew...
I was just taking photos one day, and noticed these lil' yellow flowers, and snapped a photo, thinking they were some kind of wild flower when I saw some photos of St. John's Wort flowers and realized it looks similar.
It just volunteered. I don't even have any St. John's Wort seeds. Maybe I...
Very well. This is it in the 6'x3' bed. There's no room for any other plant.
I took some out of bounds stems, from this bed, and planted them on a bank, in two separate places.
The transplants have spread really well on the bank, which was mostly brambles, golden rod, and unmowed grass.