Worry is like a rocking chair, it's gives you something to do but gets you nowhere!

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Seeds For Trade..

Deep Pink Zinnia Taller light pink Zinnia

Orange and Yellow Cosmos--yellow not pictured.


Hardy Hibiscus

Ornamental Okra

Datura

Mexican Sunflower

Loofah Gourd Sponge


If you are interested in any of these seeds please email me rusdar at hotmail dot com and put seeds in the subject line. Please include your address in the email. (Now you have my email Ms. Doris, tee hee)

Today one year ago I challenged you to post something that you are thankful for at the end of each post.

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Today I am Thankful for being able to share my seeds!

19 comments:

cherry said...

Happy New Year Miss Darla from Savannah hugs, Cherry

Twisted Fencepost said...

You are such a sweet person to share your seeds!
I just sent you an email.

Deb said...

that is so sweet of you Darla...

Amy said...

You are very kind.:) I just noticed...your greenhouse has plants inside. It looks wonderful!! I bet you are having fun with it. Also, glad to see your bulbs are coming up too. Today, I have grand primo daffs blooming. :/ I know it is suppose to get cold next week.

Dorothy said...

Nice offer, Darla! Has it really been a year since you challenged us to end our post with something we are thankful for??? I know I've missed posting something a few days, but my problem is coming up with just one thing!!! I have a LOT for which I'm very thankful!

Becca's Dirt said...

Well I didn't do so well on the challenge Darla. It's a pleasure to read yours at the end of each post - always makes me think.

Gail said...

Darla, Has it been a year that you issued the challenge! Wow! I would love a few seeds from your garden! Thank you for offering, xxoogail

Teresa said...

Thank you for all of your words of encouragement Darla. You are SO sweet. And you are right, I do have much more. My heart is just broken. But I will carry on.

imac said...

Gee, Dartla's plants all over the World.

Tootsie said...

not sure why I can't grow a zinnia to save my life...and the loofa...well...mine are still alive...and I think it would be a waste to give any to the school...you can send me seeds if you like, and I will try them outside...but I don't think my growing season is long enough for them to be direct seeded to the ground. I do love that bright pink zinnia...but they don't do well for me either!
hugs honey...I have malva seeds...if you or anyone else want any!

George said...

It's very nice of you to offer seeds to trade. I'm going to pass on your offer, but I do want you to know how highly I think of it.

Jan@Thanks for today. said...

Such a nice thing to do, Darla! But I didn't have much luck last summer with my cosmos or my zinnias...and I planted a bunch of packets of each. I think my yard is just too shady for the most part. The areas where the sun hits is already pretty well crowded out with plants! Happy New Year and thanks for stopping by several times lately;-)

NellJean said...

Thank you for the kind offer of seeds. I will do well to scatter the seeds I have, though I was tempted.

The dog scattered poppy seeds on the sunroom floor. They're waiting in the Dirt Devil cup for scattering with enough fine dust for fertilizer.

I'm Thankful for friends who offer seeds.

sweetbay said...

This is the time of year for trading! Will send you an email.

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Oh what a great idea. But unfortunately I don't have any seeds left to trade. In a fit of pique last year, I threw them all together into my little community garden plot. It was so pretty, full of lovely little beauties. Good luck with your trades.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

Dani said...

My zinnias always get mildew. Do you spray yours with anything?

Char's Gardening said...

I'm going to try to be thankful for something at the end of my posts sounds like a great idea.

Catherine@AGardenerinProgress said...

They are all so pretty! I love that Mexican sunflower. Next time I'm brave enough to go out to the shed I'll let you know what I have to trade.
Did I miss a post with pictures of your greenhouse? I want to see it :)

Val said...

I remember the last time you gave me seeds. I have enjoyed them so much. By the way, I didn't realize you challenged us to post something we were thankful for until this post so I started today.