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Mike the Gardener

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We are excited to announce this seed swap forum where you are more than welcome to engage in conversations with fellow vegetable gardeners to exchange seeds with each and help increase your inventory.

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About Mike the Gardener
I am the author of the book Vegetable Gardening for the Average Person as well as the creator of the Seeds of the Month Club where members receive non gmo, heirloom variety seeds every month. You can listen to Mike each week on the Vegetable Gardening Podcast where he interviews gardening industry experts.
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These are the seeds I wish to swap from the Seeds of the Month Club. None are more than twelve months old and have been kept unopened, in their original packs, indoors. I am in the UK and am interested in both vegetable, herb and flower seeds. If you would like any of these below please message me with what you have available to swap. Thanks, Karen
Chinese Cabbage Apr - Pak Choi White Stem
Corn Salad Aug - Dutch
Melon Feb - Honeyrock
Pumpkin Apr - Curshaw Green Striped
Squash Nov - Burgess Buttercup
Squash Aug - Table Queen
Water Melon May - Sugar Baby
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I’ll happily trade for just about any kind of seed I don’t already have.  I live in zone 9a, so anything that tolerates heat well, I’m interested in, especially lettuces and leafy greens (kale, collards, chard, etc.) and cabbages. 

If you have nothing to trade, no problem.  Contact me about you sending an SASE to receive seeds.

All seeds are open pollinated and non-GMO

Seeds I have saved from my garden:

Cubanelle Peppers (I save this from my garden every year.  They are workhorses.  The plant puts them on faster than we can pick.)
Cantaloupe - not sure of the variety.  I think it may be Honeyrock
De Cicco Broccoli


Seeds I have in packages:

Serrano Chili
Iceberg Lettuce
Bibb (Limestone) Lettuce
Black Seeded Simpson Lettuce
Arugula
Pak Choi White Stem Chinese Cabbage
Green Sprouting Calabrese Broccoli
Sugar Baby Watermelon
Evergreen Bunching Onion
Cherokee Purple Tomatoes (only have a few)
Florida Everglades Tomatoes (As of 8/2014 I only have a few left that I didn’t plant.  They’re growing like wildfire, so hopefully I’ll have lots more this fall.)
Chioggia Beet (Only have about 10 or so)
Danver Carrots
Champion Radish
French Breakfast Radish


Herbs:

Cinnamon Basil
Coriander/Cilantro
Chervil
Florence Fennel (Only have a few)
Dutch Corn Salad
Bouquet Dill
Curled Cress
Anise
Hyssop


Flowers:

Linum Usitatissumum Blue Flax Annual
Iceland Poppy
Swiss Giant Pansy
Grey Stripe Sunflower (Only have a few)
Petite Yellow Marigold
Early Flowering Sweet Pea
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