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Seed swappers

In this group, you can list the seeds you are willing to share when you can't make it to the Garden visits. Anybody who wishes to get seeds can become friends with the donor and send a message to get their postal address. You then send your own self-addressed and stamped envelope and seed packaging to the donor for them to return by post. Hope this makes sense :-)

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Brugmansia Insignis: Frilly Pink Cuttings available

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DaturaFrilly Pink Brugmansia Insignis. Also recognised as Pink Datura Angels TrumpetThis evergreen tall shrub/small tree grows to around 4 metres high by 2-3 metres wide.I have a small tree that I am…Continue


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Looking for more Babaco cuttings if anyone has a plant or knows where one is.Continue

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Red Dragon Fruit Cuttings and Beetroot Seeds

Started by Elaine de Saxe. Last reply by Elaine de Saxe Mar 9, 2014. 3 Replies

At Craig's Garden Visit on Saturday 6th July, I will have 4 pieces of a Red Dragon Fruit plant to give away free. First in first served.There is a large collection of Green Harvest Detroit Beetroot…Continue

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Comment by Susanne on March 7, 2016 at 12:07
Hi Natalie,
I have Cos lettuce and rocket seeds that were saved if you would like some. I'm at Brighton. I'd love some of your sweet peas.
I'll send you a private message with my address. We could post them to each other.
My other lettuces seeded as well but I didn't save their seed so they scattered but will come up in the garden and grounds at the right time :)
Comment by Natalie Nussey Prior on March 7, 2016 at 11:47
I have sweet pea seeds from last year, old fashioned Painted Lady. Would love to swap for other seeds. I'm particularly interested in dwarf sweet peas if anyone has some. Also lettuce.
Comment by Lissa on February 26, 2016 at 19:36

Sandy - I have sent you a PM (Personal Message). Check your Inbox top right corner of any page. Under your name.

Comment by Christa on February 26, 2016 at 16:19

Thanks Susanne, I will look for the red snake beans at next GV.  When is the best time to plant them. 

Comment by CHERYL SLAPP on February 26, 2016 at 15:42

Susanne, I can't make Valeries on 5th March, any chance you can save some for me and I'll grab them at your GV in April

Comment by Susanne on February 26, 2016 at 9:34
Will bring snake bean seeds to next months GV
Comment by sandy hanson on February 26, 2016 at 7:18

Hi Pat Pierce I would love some of your seeds if you still have some thanks but I don't know how to reply to you here as I'm new to this site??? Tried to send you a message but it won't let me??? regards Sandy I live away though so if you are willing to send to me I will see what I have to share.

Comment by CHERYL SLAPP on February 26, 2016 at 7:05

Susan, would love some of the red beans

Comment by Lissa on February 26, 2016 at 5:52

Pat - have sent you a message, thank you.

Susanne - Can you bring some of these along on the 12th please? My snake beans did abysmally this year. As did the cucumbers.

Comment by Susanne on February 25, 2016 at 14:40
Red summer snake beans

I have seeds for these if anyone is interested and wants to get a last crop in before winter.
They are prolific and I've found that the ants seem to do the pollinating (have heard that the plant extrudes a nectar that attracts them to the flowering tips)
Anyway they get a bit 'antsy' when I go to pick their beans. :)

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