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2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 17, 2009
2:52 AM

Post #7281096

--Trade Winds Fruit New Seeds Added ---

New Tropical Fruit Seeds Added

613 - Pithecellobium dulce - Manila Tamarind
676 - Syzygium aromaticum - Clove
2410 - Chenopodium quinoa - Black Quinoa
2413 - Physalis sp. - Sierra Leone Ground Cherry
2414 - Opuntia sp. - Yellow Prickly Pear
2416 - Byrsonima crassifolia - Nance
2417 - Chrysophyllum cainito - Green Star Apple
2418 - Myrcianthes fragrans - Simpson's Stopper
2419 - Dovyalis abyssinica - Tropical Apricot
2420 - Moringa stenopetala - African Moringa
2421 - Coccoloba tuerckheimii - Wild Grape
2422 - Cajanus cajan - Pigeon Pea
http://www.tradewindsfruitstore.com/servlet/the-Tropical-Fruit/Categories

New Tropical Ornamentals Seeds Added

2511 - Tabebuia rosea - Pink Trumpet Tree
2512 - Cassia angustifolia - Indian Senna
2513 - Cassia tora - Chinese Senna
2514 - Puya micrantha -
2515 - Caesalpinia spinosa - Tara
2516 - Dyckia remotiflora -
http://www.tradewindsfruitstore.com/servlet/the-Ornamentals/Categories

New Temperate Fruit and Ornamental Seeds Added

2162 - Linum usitatissimum - Brown Flax
2163 - Rosa davidii - Father David's Rose
2164 - Tagetes lucida - Sweet Mace
2165 - Salvia miltiorrhiza - Red Sage
2166 - Cassia marilandica - American Senna
2167 - Artemisia drancunculus - Tarragon
2168 - Dianthus barbatus - Sweet William
2169 - Coriandrum sativum - Slo-Bolt Coriander
2170 - Perilla frutescens - Green Perilla, Shiso
2171 - Melissa officinalis - Citronella Lemon Balm
2172 - Schisandra chinensis - Schisandra
2173 - Anthriscus cerefolium - Chervil
2174 - Rumex acetosa - Sorrel
2175 - Lepidium sativum - Pepper Cress
http://www.tradewindsfruitstore.com/servlet/the-Temperate/Categories

New Tomato, Pepper and Vegetable Seeds Added

2366 - Capsicum frutescens - Cobra Pepper
2370 - Beta vulgaris - Detroit Dark Red Beet
2371 - Allium cepa - Jaune Paille de Vertus Onion
2372 - Brassica oleracea - Calabrese Broccoli
2373 - Apium graveolens - Giant Prague Celeriac
2374 - Lycopersicon esculentum x peruvianum -
2375 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Black Mystery Tomato
2377 - Capsicum annuum - Lipstick Pepper
2378 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Frakenstein Black Tomato
2379 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Golden Green Tomato
2380 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Yellow Gooseberry Tomato
2381 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Lime Green Salad Tomato
2382 - Capsicum annuum - de Rata Pepper
2383 - Capsicum chinense - Red Squash 5 in 1 Pepper
2384 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Black Giant Tomato
2385 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Sun Gold Tomato (open pollinated)
2386 - Capsicum annuum - Keystone Giant Pepper
2387 - Capsicum frutescens - Dagger Pod Pepper
2388 - Solanum melongena - Japanese Millionaire Eggplant
2389 - Brassica oleracea - de Rapa Broccoli
2390 - Apium graveolens - Curled Celery
2391 - Capsicum annuum - Yolo Wonder Pepper
2392 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Tropic Tomato
2393 - Capsicum annuum - Golden Greek Pepperoncici
2394 - Capsicum annuum - Ampuis Pepper
2395 - Capsicum annuum - New Mexico 64L Pepper
2397 - Raphanus sativus - Purple Plum Radish
2398 - Brassica napus - Laurentian Rutabaga
2399 - Allium fistulosum - He Shi Ko Bunching Onion
2600 - Brassica rapa var rapa - White Egg Turnip
2601 - Brassica oleracea - Purple of Sicily Cauliflower
2602 - Capsicum annuum - Quadrato d'Asti Rosso Pepper
2603 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Emerald Evergreen Tomato
2604 - Beta vulgaris - Golden Beet
2605 - Capsicum annuum - Topepo Rosso Pepper
2606 - Lycopersicon esculentum - Principe Borghese
2610 - Beta vulgaris - Cylindra Beet
http://www.tradewindsfruitstore.com/servlet/the-Vegetables/Categories
tucsonplumeriaz
Tucson, AZ

November 17, 2009
6:49 AM

Post #7281617

wow! so when are you placing our order??? : )
allgr8dogs
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 17, 2009
12:35 PM

Post #7281925

Wow, thanks for posting this - just remember, SW peeps that I have Moringa oleifera seeds (for free!) locally grown, so don't buy those. I must not order seeds, I must not order seeds...I must not order too many seeds, I must not order too many seeds--MUHUAHAHA -- explosion--my darker seed ordering side has just taken over - AHHH!!! (loud screams from DH when he finds out)...
2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 20, 2009
12:44 AM

Post #7291156

Mostly I just like to watch the seed addicts swoon.

But I'm thinking of ordering the "Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel" just for sh*ts & giggles. Dare me?
allgr8dogs
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 20, 2009
1:11 AM

Post #7291239

We do!!!
tucsonjill
Lincoln, NE
(Zone 5a)

November 20, 2009
1:32 AM

Post #7291317

And then you can tell us (or at least me!) what it is! :)

Eyeing some of the tomato seeds myself... not like I need any more or anything!

locakelly

locakelly
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 20, 2009
1:44 AM

Post #7291361

I grew the Lycopersicon esculentum - Principe Borghese last spring and they were outstanding producers of yummy little 'maters! I think Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel is some kind of beet? Gotta go look it up now...
Crista
Gilbert, AZ

November 20, 2009
1:45 AM

Post #7291367

Swooning here...but still working on planting the rest of the seeds I'd gotten for fall!

locakelly

locakelly
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 20, 2009
1:47 AM

Post #7291379

You can never have too many seeds - lol... They don't take up much space, right?
tucsonjill
Lincoln, NE
(Zone 5a)

November 20, 2009
5:01 AM

Post #7291918

Not until after you plant them!
2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 22, 2009
6:51 PM

Post #7300119

Yeah, its a beet which I love.

It probably won't grow here, but the fun will be telling people that "I spent the whole morning tending to my Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel."
2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 22, 2009
6:56 PM

Post #7300135

BTW: The Pinetree Garden seed catalog is out and they are discontinuing a lot of tomato varieties: [HYPERLINK@www.superseeds.com]

locakelly

locakelly
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9a)

November 22, 2009
7:02 PM

Post #7300159

I bet you could grow them. They say 90-100 days for full maturity, but can be picked much earlier for table use. You would have to grow them in a dep bed since they are long like carrots. Hmmmm... Maybe this will have to be on my list for beets... Mid September to mid October and mid January to mid February are best planting times for beets here. Maybe I'll have to experiment with a spring trial of these babies...
allgr8dogs
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9b)

November 22, 2009
8:17 PM

Post #7300369

Hey Rene, I just have to spring this one (Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel) on my students. I post things on the board and they have to find out if its something real or not - the last one was the schwa.
tucsonjill
Lincoln, NE
(Zone 5a)

November 23, 2009
3:57 AM

Post #7301820

DH now thinks I'm demented--having hysterics over "I spent the whole morning tending to my Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel."!!!

Gotta go check out Pinetree--have gotten some good seeds from them in the past, hate to let a tomato variety get discontinued without me! Thanks for the heads'-up! (Like I need more seeds...)
rayman6422
Tucson, AZ

November 23, 2009
7:20 PM

Post #7303043

Nothen makes me happier than tending to my "Mammoth Long Red..."
Oops. Sorry. Wrong Forum.

What a cool site and wish I could grow half of those plants at my house.
tucsonjill
Lincoln, NE
(Zone 5a)

November 24, 2009
12:57 AM

Post #7304192

RAY!!!
rayman6422
Tucson, AZ

November 24, 2009
2:38 PM

Post #7305613

Yes? LOL
You all started it.
2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

December 20, 2009
5:18 AM

Post #7384020

I'm so excited! Tomorrow I am sinking my Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel in dirt!

locakelly

locakelly
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9a)

December 20, 2009
8:29 PM

Post #7385495

Yeah - I'm excited to see how they do!!
Aguane
Phoenix, AZ

December 21, 2009
3:53 AM

Post #7386769

Breathlessly awaiting, and where can I get my hands onto one of these Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel's?
2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

December 22, 2009
9:05 PM

Post #7391369

Well - Wurzel "seeds" are weird - more like a clump of spores. But they are planted. I hope to see sprouts when I get home from X-mas.

http://www.tradewindsfruitstore.com/servlet/the-1918/Mammoth-Long-Red-Mangel/Detail

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2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

December 31, 2009
3:26 PM

Post #7413059

My Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel seeds may have ED. No sign of sprouting.
allgr8dogs
Phoenix, AZ
(Zone 9b)

January 3, 2010
3:34 PM

Post #7422899

Your Wurzel's are throwing temper tantrums!! Screaming fits!! Send them to my classroom and we'll see what tough little veggies can learn...
2ndChance
Tempe, AZ
(Zone 9b)

February 3, 2013
9:16 AM

Post #9406902

I'm sweet talking my Mammoth Long Red Mangel Wurzel today.

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