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Hi everyone! I specialize in edibles and ethnobotanical s, Chinese medicinal herbs and cool looking plants. As an herbalist anf market farmer, i make tinctures and have a large selection of organic dried herbs for trade as well. Generally I trade about an ounce of dried herb for two varieties of seed.

I have all organic
Lavender, gotu kola, Yerba mate, birch bark, shatavari root, black cohosh root, raspberry leaf, ginger root, hibiscus, calendula flowers, red rose petals, yarrow leaf and flower, sarsaparilla, Oregon grape root.
Seeds, Plants, Roots, Tubers and Bulbs, Cuttings
Okra
Abelmoschus esculentus
'Jing Orange' Seeds
Okra
Abelmoschus esculentus

Not currently available
'Red Burgundy' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Achillea Species
achillea millefolium

5 trades of 50 seeds available
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Acorus Species
Acorus calamus

Sweet Flag. 2 trades of 10 seeds.
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Alcea
Alcea rosea

Bakers creek heirloom 2014 - cultivar queeny lilac-rose
'Queeny Purple' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)

Allium ampeloprasum
Not elephant garlic!!Leek - I have 400 seeds, purchased this year from Baker Creek Heirloom. I accidentally bought two packs. :) No way i can plant them all.
'Giant musselburgh' Seeds
Allium
allium cepa

5 trades of 20 seeds
'bianca di maggio' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)

Allium cepa
5 trades of 20 seeds available
'crimson forest bunching' Seeds
Allium
Allium cepa

Rare Mediterranean variety, limited trades.
'Tropeana Lunga' Seeds
Amorpha Species
Amorpha fruticosa

4 trades of 5 seeds.
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Dill
Anethum graveolens

3 trades of 20 seeds available
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Great Burdock
Arctium Lappa

'GOBO', 'GREAT BURDOCK'. Giant hardy perennial to 10 feet, with purple-red 1 3/4" thistle-like flowers and large 20" leaves, white-woolly beneath. Eurasia. Zone 3. Often regarded as a 'weed' in the US, this is a popular vegetable in Japan. The young first-year roots are eaten, the young peeled shoots are eaten as an asparagus. Sow in deep rich soil in spring for a fall harvest, or in fall for spring crop. The seeds are an important medicine in Japan and China, and have antibiotic properties. Germinates in 1 - 2 weeks.
Seeds Image
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Argyreia Species
Argyreia nervosa

Only have five seeds left. Will be able to do cuttings by summer hopefully.
Seeds, Cuttings Image
(PlantFiles)
Arnica Species
Arnica montana

'MOUNTAIN TOBACCO'. Large golden 3" daisies on a hardy perennial to 24", with a rosette of 8" leaves. Europe and W. Asia. Blooms May to August. Best in well-drained lime-free soil and full sun. Zone 5. A tincture of the flowers and roots is a famous remedy for sprains and bruises. Germinates in 2 - 7 weeks.
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Dusty Miller
artemisia ludoviciana

Western Mugwort - Great plant! seeds from horizon herbs. 10 trades of 10 seeds available

Very hardy perennial to 2 - 3 feet, with dark green divided leaves and tall, pyramidal clusters of small yellowish flowers. Europe. Zone 3. The bitter, aromatic leaves were used extensively for flavoring beer before the introduction of hops, hence the name. The dried leaves were much used as a pleasant tea, and as a tonic nervine and emmenagogue. Valued since ancient times, it was praised by Dioscorides. As a culinary herb, it goes well with poultry, particularly goose. Used in perfumes, soaps and incense. Fresh sprigs put in beer. Germinates in 1 - 3 weeks at warm temperatures.
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Astragalus Species
Astragalus membranaceus

'HUANG QI'. Famous Chinese medicinal herb. Light yellow flowers in spikes, followed by semi-transparent pods. Hardy perennial to 2 feet, with pinnate leaves. Northeastern China, Mongolia. Zone 5. The long, flexible roots are in the same category as ginseng and Eleuthero. Highly valued as a 'Qi tonic' affecting many parts of the body. "Every sort of wasting or exhausting disease is thought to be benefited by it."—Pen-Tsao of Li Shi-chen. Soak, nick hard ones, to germinate in 1 - 2 weeks.
Seeds Image
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Bambusa arundinacea

. Looking to trade for cold hardy zone 7 bamboos. Didn't realize this one is for 9 and above
Seeds
Baptisia Species
Baptisia Australis

LEGUMINOSAE. 'WILD INDIGO'. Sturdy, hardy perennials with attractive deep green foliage and lupine-like flowers in racemes. In late fall the pods turn dark and are quite ornamental. Excellent in the border and makes nice cut flowers. Easy in any ordinary soil and a sunny position. Sow in fall or early spring outdoors, or nick seed and sow in pots to germinate in 2 - 3 weeks. Some were used as dye plants, medicinal antiseptics and for edible shoots
Seeds Image
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American Cress
Barbarea verna
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Malabar Spinach
basella rubra

5 trades of 5 seeds
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Beet
Beta vulgaris

Bakers creek heirloom 2014
'Chioggia' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Borage Species
Borago officinalis
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Cauliflower
Brassica oleracea var. botrytis
'Romanesco' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Cauliflower
Brassica oleracea var. botrytis
'Violetto di Sicilia' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Turnip
Brassica rapa

3 trades of 15 seeds each
'Shogoin' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Dream Herb
Calea zacatechichi

Waiting for trade in mail
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Calendula
Calendula

I have three trades of 10 seeds each.
'Pacific Beauty' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Bull's Horn Chile Pepper
Capsicum annuum

Russo. The red variety.
'Corno Di Toro' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Pepper
Capsicum annuum
'Marconi Red' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Hot Pepper
Capsicum pubescens

NAFT
'Rocoto (Orange)' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Gotu Kola
Centella Asiatica

Very easy houseplant, ayurvedic medicinal.
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Cercis Species
cercis canadensis

eastern redbud seed. have 2 trades of 5 seeds left.
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Chenopodium Species
Chenopodium Quinoa

'QUINOA'. An important high-protein (12 - 19%) grain of the Andes, with good amino acid balance and 58% starch. A staple for millions of Andeans, the development of low-elevation types is helping its spread. Seed washed in water before cooking to remove saponins which protect from pests. Hardy, easily grown annual to 4 - 6 feet, with large seedheads. The leaves, stem-tips and young flowers are excellent in salads, having a mild sweet flavor, and very succulent. Also good cooked like spinach or added to soups. Germinates in 1 - 2 weeks.
Seeds
Actaea Species
cimicifuga racemosa

i have 3 trades of 10 seeds from Horizon Herbs
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Codonopsis Species
Codonopsis pilosula

NAFT

Campanulaceae. Carrot like perennial root from which graceful twining deciduous vines arise, growing to about 6′. Soft leaves and 1″ yellow green bell shaped flowers. We got our mother plant from the UC Berkeley Gardens years ago but lost the original tag. Overall the plant is larger than the more common C. pilosula. The root is sweet and edible, several Codonopsis species are used as general tonics similar to ginseng in Chinese medicine, and a few species are considered magical plants in the Himalayas. Needs a well draining moist soil and something to climb on. Z7a
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Kiwano
Cucumis metuliferus
'African Horned' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
East Indian Lemon Grass
Cymbopogon flexuosus
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Wild Carrot
Daucus carota

5 trades of 10 seeds. Oldest birth control.
Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)
Carrot
Daucus carota
'Atomic Red' Seeds Image
(PlantFiles)

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