Monday, September 16, 2013

Tomato Seed Trading Time

It's time to start seed trading! This is my first year saving my own seeds and I started by saving tomato seeds. I grew many varieties this year,  but not all were a success. I have 19 varieties that I will be able to trade with other gardeners. I do not bag my flowers therefore they are naturally pollinated by nature. There are no guarantees as far as purity. I look forward to seed trading with other gardeners and hope I have varieties that interest you!

Russian Rose
Wapsipinicon Peach
Black Zebra
Jaune Flamme
Coure di Bue
Virginia Sweets
Pink Berkeley Tie-Dye
White Beauty
Orange Russian
German Pepper
Monomakh's Hat
Maglia Rosa
Bloody Butcher
Green Zebra

If you are interested in trading seeds with me, you can message me on my blog or email me at I don't have large quantities of seeds, so first come first serve. Thanks for checking out my post and hopefully I will be trading soon!


  1. I would like to trade some seeds, e-mail is I would like some German peppers,Monomakhns Hot,Bloody Butcher,moonglow is this one a tomato? Thanks Ellen from Georgia

  2. An excellent alternative is to apply crop protection compounds directly to the seed before sowing. Such a treatment to the seed requires the use of very small quantities of active substances per unit area of land, and is a very effective and targeted method of controlling pests and diseases. Seed treatments are a valuable tool for Integrated Pest Management (IPM) as they exert little pressure on the environment (see publication Seed Treatment: a Tool for Sustainable Agriculture).