wow those all sounds yummy. i would trade for any of those.
i cant grow some of those things here, or maybe...some of them would be more difficult. avocados dont really like to produce here, but they will grow.
i dont have any seeds or plants like those....
and i usually only grow edibles =)
but i have some flowers, and i recently got some trades for a lot of flowers.
just about everything on my have and want list is an edible of some kind.
plus i have a large collection of edible flowers.
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the purple freesia plants recently made some seeds that i collected..
i will think about this for a bit and make an additional list.
i also just harvested more seeds, they are all dried.
on second thought
well i will add a short list for now.
i have received a couple of trades too, with a lot of extra flowers- that i probably wont plant.
i'll make a better list later.
-more nasturtiums, orange
-sage common kitchen kind
-woodland strawberry- wild
got in trade
-lettuce, mesclun, many varieties of greens.
some really hot peppers, several kinds. and sweet peppers.
sunflowers, huge edible ones and a variety of small ones, red ones
hibiscus - three different kinds. have sprouted a bunch of white and pink, also red star.
mallows- malva sylevestris, some other mallows.
i think soon i will be saving some blackberry seeds.
we have two kinds here the invasive ones- hymalayans- and the native blackberry proper. its easy to tell them apart, the native blackberry proper is a really cool plant.
it doesnt spread like the others, and its growth is more contained. good fruit too =)
its a beautiful color as well, very noticeable especially in the fall.
theres even a third too, a thornless one. this is the first year i will get to try them, i havent seen it fruit yet.
its a little later, the berries are still getting ripe. the others are in full swing =)
they are all in huge hedgerows here. so i will have to take some time to harvest some of the ripest ones for seeds.
-lemon, from the lemon tree here
dont know exact variety, it is a very good one with lots of fruit- on the sweeter side. the seeds are very fresh, and should remain wet. thats the key- says google. worked for me- i put them in a jar of water and then immediately planted. most of them sprouted quickly.
i think most fruit is like this- it likes to be immediately planted, not like veggies and flowers which store well. i have several over ripe lemons i pulled off.
i may still eat them, but they are past their prime but should have excellent seeds.