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Wondering-What kind of fig tree can grow in... 5/15/2010
Offer: Vegetable, herb, and flower seeds Hayfork 3/15/2010
Looking for seeds of interesting sunflowers Weaverville 11/27/2009
Spider Plant, Swedish Ivy Plant Weaverville 11/27/2009
Ashwagandha Plant in top condition-TAKEN! But I... Weaverville 11/27/2009
Offer: Various plants, you dig Hayfork 11/9/2009


This seed list was updated March 24, 2011. I can usually mail these seeds, within reason, of course. BC = Baker Creek. Go to to read descriptions.

- CHICHIQUELITES. BC - '08. Similar to Wonderberry.
- EGGPLANT, THAI YELLOW EGG: BC - '08. Needs longer growing season than I have.
- EGGPLANT, THAI PURPLE EGG: BD - '08. Needs longer growing season than I have.
- MELON, MUSK - From Hyampom '09
- MELON, MUSK - Cordtz '01 & '10. Netted skin, green flesh.


I would like some interesting sunflower seeds.  I particulary would like Ruby Eclipse Seeds, Orange, Mahogany or Ring of Fire Seeds or anything similar.  I am looking for brown, red, rust, orange and ruby colored petals. 


I have a healthy Swedish Ivy and Spider Plant to give away.  They are both good plants to cleanse the air in your home.


This is also know as the Winter Cherry plant.  Roots of the plant are used by Ayurvedic healers to reduce inflammation, decrease stress and invigorate the body.


I have many plants that self sow around our place. In the spring, there are usually new plants in places I prefer them not to be, or there are just a lot of them. Most of them are deer resistant, otherwise they would not have flourished so well:
Lamb's Ears, Rose Campion, Feverfew, Catnip, Lemon Balm (Melissa), Oregano (mild, large leaves, great in salads), Walking/Egyptian Onions (onion sets in fall or plants in spring or summer), Mint (naturalized and very hardy).