climbing black eyed susan

i am looking for climbing black eyed susan. i have attached a list of my haves and wants.....


Here is what I have in seeds:

Flowers:
-Rudbeckia(black eyed susan)- I have lots!
- Pansies
.-.calendula
-.nasturtiums
-.gypsophila
-.lavatera annual
-marigold dwarf mixed
-mexican sunflower
EDIBLES:
-.rocket
-.lettuce’catalogna’-is a cut and come again lettuce
-American land cress
-turnip greens’seven top’
.-spinich’bloomsdale’-is a summer spinach, I will have perpetual spinach seeds next year which can be grown as a winter crop
- new Zealand spinich
-.lettuce’all year round’
.-lettuce’black seeded simpson’
.- collards’vates-non heading’
-.kohl rabi ‘early white vienna’
-.cucumber’national pickling’
-.white mustard
-onion’white Lisbon bunching’
-onion ‘long red florence’
-turnip ‘snowball’
-corn salad
-. cabbage wong bok
-radish’long white icicle’
-swede’best of all’
-carrot ‘chantenay red cored’
-borecole ‘dwarf green curled’
-swiss chard
cabbage ‘golden acre’

HERBS:(CUTTINGS, I CAN ONLY TRADE WITH EUROPEANS, AS IT IS NOT ALLOWED BY IMMIGRATION INTO THE U.S.)

-.Corsican mint cuttings
-dill
-have cuttings of persicaria oderata- is a sri lankan herb used in curries. It is a very pretty , shrubby plant. Leaves are very peppery. Definitely something different.
-.VITEX(CHASTE TREE)
-chamomile’trenegue’ cuttings
-apple mint cuttings
-pineapple mint cuttings
-rosemary cuttings
-lavendar cuttings
-pennyroyal cuttings
-russian tarragon seeds
-winter savory seeds
-chervil seeds
-french sorrel seeds
-angelica seeds
-caraway seeds
-sweet cicely seeds
-yarrow seeds
-anise seeds
-sweet marjoram seeds
-french parsley(or plain leaved parsley) seeds

MICELLANEOUS:

-birdhouse gourd- in the states these are quite popular for being made into birdhouses. When gourds are completely dry, they are as hard as wood, so then can be carved.
-apple gourd
-dipper gourd


ok, so here are seeds that I want:

hardiest outdoor tomatoes
.kiwi Siberian and any other hardy edible kiwis
.melianthus major(honey bush)
...mizuna
asparagus
. garlic varieties, (elephant garlic in particular)
outdoor peppers
.the large European type radishes
.pea varieties
.American groundnut
.babington leek
..Japanese raisin tree
.juneberry
Saskatoon
.shallon
jicama
.lardizabala(zabala fruit)
.yucca bacata
.cassabanana
.horseradish tree
.texel greens
alexanders
. perennial broccoli
.Russian comfrey
pak choi
varieties of currants
. bluberry varieties
. dioscorea(the edible types, like chinese yam)
.arundo maxima(giant rush)
.Bernard lavery’s strains of giant vegetables and flowers
. henna
and any other interesting and rare edible stuff. I live in England.
Thank you, lauren rayner

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