Seed saving, selling and exchanging

Hello Seed Savers, You may be interested in our new website called SeedLiving for buying, selling and swapping open pollinated seeds and live plants. It is entirely a pay what you can website. You may also post news & tips for free as well as events. The site is international although we are based in Calgary. You can use the site within SA as well.

Our goal is to provide an online community for those dedicated to biodiversity to learn from each other and possibly gain another source of revenue.

Please have a look,

Anna-Monique West http://www.seedliving.ca

On facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/SeedLiving/122524504451093?ref=sgm

One Response to Seed saving, selling and exchanging

  1. mohammad bahrami April 8, 2016 at 5:10 am #

    hi everybody

    looking for exchange seed collections, Im looking for tropical and subtropical seeds instead my list of seeds are as below:
    Cotinus coggygria
    black fruit hawthorn
    red fruit hawthorn
    yellow fruit hawthorn
    Washington hawthorn
    quercusilex
    burdock
    rosadamascena
    pistacia atlantica
    chinese parasol tree
    dana racemosa
    ligustrum vulgare
    magnolia grandiflora
    acer tataricum
    paliurus spina
    red crabapple
    common medlar
    rhubarb
    sumac
    common hibiscus
    sorbus graeca rosaceae
    hyosyamus
    nerium deander
    osage orange
    hibiscus mutabilis
    atraphaxis spinosa
    laurus nobilis
    albizia
    Vitex agnus castus
    bald cypress
    Thai Yellow Egg
    snowberry
    CELTIS AUSTRALIS 2kind red and yellow fruit
    tilia cordasa
    Styphnolobium japonicum
    goldenrain tree
    Maclura tricuspidata
    honey locust
    cosmos bipinnatus mixture color
    schinus molle
    crape yellow apple
    Diospyros lotus
    Nandina domestica
    colutea
    Trifoliate orange
    celastraceae euonymus
    damson plum
    judas
    punica granatum
    Campsis radicans

    anyone interested just contact me to collection exchange

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