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seed, seedling, scion/cutting & plant exchange

Bring seeds, seedlings, scions/cuttings or plants to exchange with fellow gardeners.  March is a perfect time for starting seeds, grafting, and rooting cuttings!

Post your "have" and "want" lists here, to get ready for the swap. 

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  • Cynthia

    Thanks to Nathalie for sharing her home and rooftop. And thanks to Leslie for organizing and posting photos. A nice afternoon spark to begin a new growing season.

    March 12, 2012

  • leslie

    so inspiring. there were so many seeds of so many varieties, and grape vines and cuttings. wow! nathalie's roof is amazing as if her view directly across from Westbeth's undeveloped part of the High Line. the people who came were terrific. thanks, nathalie, for hosting such a wonderful event. we will definitely do a seed exchange next spring! wish me luck with my little seed starting project...

    March 12, 2012

  • nathalie

    This was a great exchange of cuttings, seeds, and most importantly ideas/tips/tricks.

    March 11, 2012

  • nathalie

    sent you a message.

    March 10, 2012

  • joseph m.

    as of 9.10 saturday morning i don't have an actual address, are we just meeting at the corner?

    March 10, 2012

  • Oona

    what is the actual address? or do we meet on the street corner? which corner?

    March 6, 2012

  • nathalie

    I have growing on the roof (for cuttings): lavender, thyme, rosemary, tarragon (just coming out). put some scions of concord vine in soil back in dec (don't know yet if something's happening...). have brown turkey fig tree, blue crop blueberry, purple lilac,...and more. oh and papyrus plants, can give cuttings ( this is fun to grow)

    exotic seeds: some baobab and cotton from africa
    and lots of other less exotic things.

    March 3, 2012

  • MC


    Have: morning glory, nasturtium, dill, cucumber, melon, etc

    Want: cup and saucer vine, hyacinth bean

    SCION/CUTTING/PLANTS (email me directly to arrange trade)

    Figs: have Negronne, Peter's Honey; want Chicago Hardy

    March 3, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    I'm mildly interested as long as its not in the Bronx (getting up there doesn't justify the trip for me). I have some extra seedless red grape shoots that I can bring (can't remember the variety at the moment---and won't even know if they'll come out of hibernation for several more weeks--they're sitting in vases right now in my living room waiting for the magic to happen). I also have a bunch of 80-day popcorn seeds.

    February 29, 2012

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