freshly harvested seeds for trade

Durham, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

i have collected these seeds in the last few days for trade:

Muscari armeniacum (Grape Hyacinth) x2 trades

Hyacinthoides hispanica (Wood Hyacinth, Spanish Bluebell) x 2 trades

Chelidonium majus (Celandine, Greater Celandine) x6 trades

Digitalis purpurea (Foxglove mixed colours) x 10 trades (at least!!! - you'll get a really large amount!)

Centranthus ruber (Red Valerian) x 5 trades

Aquilegia 'Crimson Star' x 4 trades

Hieracium maculatum 'Leopard' - Hawkweed x 2 trades

Centaurea montana - Perennial Cornflower x 2 trades

Tropaeolum majus 'Empress of India' x 3 and 'mixed' x1

Salad Burnet - Poterium sanguisorba

Common Mallow - Malva sylvestris x 1

Eccremocarpus scaber - Chilean Glory Vine x 5

Jasione laevis 'Blue Light' - Sheep's Bit Scabious x 4

Anthemis arvensis - Corn Chamomile x4

Tanacetum parthenium - Feverfew x 5

i'll have lots more stuff in the next few weeks, lmk if you want some,


Ready in the next few weeks or so:

Nigella damascena - Love in a Mist 'Miss Jekyll Light Blue'
Borago officinalis - Blue Borage
Digitalis davisiana - Perennial Foxglove
Papaver Somniferum (mixed colours, some double) - Opium Poppy

i love trading so don't hesitate to get in contact!


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Temuco, Chile(Zone 9b)

Lilith count me on , in these seds, also any herb if you can spare some.


Warkworth, Northumbe, United Kingdom

I i would be interested in knowing how you collect the seeds of the bluebells because I am trying this for the first time. The seed pods seem to dissappear(eaten) before they dry leaving empty stalks, so I have collected the green pods to dry indoors. Do you think that they will be ok?

Durham, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

hmm, maybe, i just waited until the pods ripened, they turn translucent and papery white and you can see the black seeds inside. if you hang them upside down in a warm sunny place they might ripen up.

Warkworth, Northumbe, United Kingdom

The seeds have turned black maybe they will be fine.

I would love some
Jasione laevis 'Blue Light' - Sheep's Bit Scabious
even just for the name
from the pic it looks lovely

Versailles, CT(Zone 7a)

I'd be interested in the centranthus ruber.

I could trade papaver somniferum "rouge du Jura" (a pink, Swiss heritage variety), possibly some dwarf sweet peas, limnanthes douglassii and goodness knows what else will appear between now and October!

Send me an email if you're interested.

Durham, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

gerddi - the centranthus ruber.. hehe you any idea how difficult it is to catch those little blighters.. they've got parachutes like dandelions and a slight breeze blows 'em away! lol! i've managed to catch a few though so you'll have a load to sow ;D . what you got coming in the next few weeks? i've already got loads of poppies and poached egg plants never seem to do well for me.

Versailles, CT(Zone 7a)


i don't grow a lot of flowers as I have mainly a fruit and vegetable garden.

The seeds I know I have because I've just collected them are agastache foeniculum (anise hyssop) and lupins (mixed colours).

I should also have the following non-flowers, although the runner beans are pretty when in flower and were first grown as flowers in Europe:

Runner beans with lilac (Blue & White) or red (Maienbohne) flowers; various phaseolus vulgaris, Welsh onion, Egyptian onion (tree onion - bulbs) , chilli seeds (Cayenne & Selection Z), tomato seeds (Aunt Madge, Fablonesistnyj and Salt Spring Sunrise).
let me know if you're interested in anything!

Durham, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

gerddi you got mail ;)

Versailles, CT(Zone 7a)

lilith - so have you :-)

Durham, United Kingdom(Zone 8a)

more seed added to the list, take a look!

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