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(Zone 9b)

November 12, 2003
8:03 PM

Post #707758

I have few Chilean native tree seeds for ornamental purposes or Bonsai culture:

Acacia caven, Acacia cavenia, Espino
Austrocedrus chilensis, Chilean cedar
Azara integrifolia
Azara petiolaris
Cordia decandra
Crinodendron patagua
Drimys winteri, Winter's Bark
Embothrium coccineum, Chilean Firetree
Eucryphia cordifolia,Ulmo ( special trades only)
Luma apiculata, Arrayan (Tea Tree, Myrtle) (n/a)
Maytenus boaria , Maitén
Nothofagus dombeyi, Southern Beech, Coigue
Nothofagus obliqua, Chilean Oak
Peumus boldus, Boldea fragrans, Boldo
Prosopis chilensis, Algarrobo
Quillaja saponaria , Soapbark Tree, Quillay
Schinus molle, Pimiento, Molle
Sophora cassioides (microphylla), Pelú
Sophora macrocarpa, Mayo
Talguenea quinquinervis, Talguen

Other trees:
Acacia dealbata, Silverwattle
Acacia melanoxylon , Australian Wattle tree
Acacia saligna, Blue wattle
Annona cherimola, CHERIMOYA (Fruit tree)
Brachychiton acerifolium
Catalpa bignonoides
Algarrobo europeo
Cercis siliquastrum, Judas tree, Árbol de judea
Crataegus oxiacantha, Hawthorn
Cupressus macrocarpa, Monterey cypress
Cupressus sempervirens, Italian Cypress
Gleditsia triacanthos, Honeylocust
Lagestroemia indica, Crape Myrtle
Jacaranda mimosifolia, Jacaranda
Koelreuteria paniculata, Golden Rain Tree
Liquidambar styraciflua, Liquidambar
Pyracantha coccinea, Scarlet Firethorn
Robinia pseudoacacia, Black Locust

Vine & Climbers (Only for special trades) :
Tecomaria capensis , Cape Honeysuckle
Lapageria rosea, Chilean Bell Flower

Alstroemeria aurantiaca yellow /golden shade
Alstroemeria aurantiaca red
Alstroemeroa aurantiaca, rose
C. x crocosmiflora , Crocosmia, Deep Orange
Dahlia Dahlianova double, white
Dahlia Dahlianova mignon, yellow
Dahlia Dahlia colarette Impression selection, mx colour
Lilium , Oriental Lily ( 7 different colours, fragrant)
Rhodophiala advena,
Rhodophiala rhodolirion

And other annuals , perennials , vegetables and few herbs


Carlisle, PA
(Zone 6b)

April 10, 2004
5:26 PM

Post #834805

Cristina, some time ago, I mailed you 3 different types of Buttefly Weed (Asclepias), labelled the mailer "seeds" and it came back to me, opened with the seeds still in there. If you email me your snail mail address (it got ripped by the Postal Service), I will re-send them but this time, I will call them clothing buttons!!!! LOL. Let me know & thanks. Buttoneer
(Zone 9b)

April 13, 2004
5:49 PM

Post #837864

you got mail.
(Zone 9b)

April 17, 2004
8:47 PM

Post #841826

Buttoneer, Yes I'd lost some letters.

Any mail with the "seeds" or similar declaration on the green slip is been opened and sent back

Thanks for letting me know.

I'll mail you

Southwestern, OH
(Zone 6b)

April 20, 2004
3:34 AM

Post #844009

I'd love to trade for some of your lillium or other perrenials... what are you looking for Cristina?

(Zone 9b)

April 25, 2004
9:03 PM

Post #849839

Melissa I just send the last oriental lilies trade that I had.

I'm sorry, it will have to be for next year if I get any seed pods.

I do have few perennials available.
Kermit, TX
(Zone 7b)

May 9, 2004
8:39 PM

Post #864545

Howdy all, I would love to start trading internationally. Look at my trading list, and let me know if I have anything that interest anyone of you. Im new at this, so dont have much to choose from.. Hopefully have something you guys like.
(Zone 9b)

May 10, 2004
12:12 AM

Post #864663

leeann6 you do have some nice plants. Internationally you cannot trade plants. Only seeds and these have to be packed very carefully.

Churchill, Victoria
(Zone 10a)

May 11, 2004
12:19 AM

Post #865775

cristina, I am very interested in some of your Chilean seeds that are species from genera found also here in Australia and forming the Gondwana link between out continents. I am particularly interested in:
Austrocedrus chilensis, Chilean cedar
Drimys winteri, Winter's Bark
Eucryphia cordifolia,Ulmo ( special trades only)
Nothofagus dombeyi, Southern Beech, Coigue
Nothofagus obliqua, Chilean Oak
Are there any species in my trade list that you would be willing to trade for,
(Zone 9b)

May 12, 2004
4:27 AM

Post #867251

Hi kennedyh, How is Oz?

I'll have a look at your list and I'll let you know.

When all was joined as Gondwanaland, seeds scattered in all directions.It is so and I find here many trees that I thought were true blue aussies, but there is a chilean version of those trees here as well. Uncanny eh?

(Zone 9b)

June 19, 2004
3:40 AM

Post #915901

G'day Cristina,

Yep it's me, been trying to send you an email, your email box is full, please get back to me whenever you can because I wanna buy some Schinus molle seeds from you. the seeds that I got from France turned out to be the wrong variety.

Henderson, NV
(Zone 8b)

June 21, 2004
9:12 PM

Post #919296

Christina. I don't have much of a garden yet Just starting plantings this year. Where I live is hot windy desert. I do have a chilean mesquite tree doing quite well. If you have any native flower or shrub seeds that you would sell, I would be glad to send the $$ and postage. Hopefully in the future I will have seeds and such to share with others. Also just learning about the latin and proper names for items. Please be patient with newbies, we want to learn so much.

July 12, 2004
7:31 PM

Post #948731

Would anyone like some seeds from my ornamental grasses? I have several different ones, mostly low growing.


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(Zone 9b)

July 17, 2004
12:51 AM

Post #955129

Nigel send me your addy. I'm not selling seeds. I do seed trading , in this way I can obtain seeds that I cannot find over here. If you havent got any seed , it's ok.

I did not collect any fresh seeds this year, but I have some from 2003. they should be fine.

faronell I'll mail you.

Terry1948, what kind of grasses do you have?



Mirpur (A.K)
(Zone 9b)

July 18, 2004
5:57 AM

Post #956667

Please name your grasses.

July 21, 2004
9:34 PM

Post #962128

I hang my head in shame as I don't know the names of the grasses (I just use the common names such as Quaking Grass, Red Grass and Bunny Tail grass etc)
I think the smaller Quaking Grass is Brizia and I also have a very pretty lavender coloured grass. Most of these are low growing but the taller Quaking Grass grows quite tall but never becomes invasive.
Sorry to be so vague, but I'm very new to growing and collecting grasses.

Winnipeg, MB
(Zone 2b)

October 17, 2004
12:14 AM

Post #1098359

Think I should let those who don't know, that the great guys at Homeland Security won't let seeds into the US of A. Maybe they think they are mini b----s. or mini WMD.

In any case, call them something else on the customs declaration. That is what I do, and all mine -so far - have arrived safely.


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