PGG Seed Exchange

Seeds for 2017

Seeds for 2017 should be sent in Autumn 2016 to:
Tracy Lean
4 Madmarston View, Green Lane
Swalcliffe, Oxfordshire OX15 5EQ

Any enquiries to seeds@pgg.org.uk

NB. This service is available to members only.

PGG Seed Exchange service

 

Every autumn, PGG members are invited to collect seed of plants in their gardens, and send it to the seed exchange. In January, a list of seed for exchange is sent out to members, who can then request seeds from the list. Those donating seed can request up to 20 packets of free seed, whilst all other members can reuest up to 5 packets of seed.

There has been a diverse range of seed offered over the years but there is always room for more, so if you have something special in your garden that you think others would like then please do send in some seed. Please clean the seed as much as possible and label the envelope clearly, and if you have any helpful germination tips then add those too. All seeds are welcome, from annuals and perennials to shrubs and vegetables.

Professional Gardeners’ Guild Seed List 2016

The list for January 2016 is reproduced below.

Thank you to all those who have contributed to this year’s seeds. Those who have donated seed can request up to 20 different packets, other members may request 5 packets.

Please send your requests to Tracy Lean by 1st March. You must enclose a SAE with a large letter stamp for return of your seeds.

Address: Tracy Lean, 4 Madmarston View, Green Lane, Swalcliffe, OXON. OX15 5EQ

TREES & SHRUBS

Abutilon molle
Abutilon vitifolium
Acer griseum
Buddleja japonica
Clematis alpina ‘Francis Rivis’
Lupinus arboreus
Lycium barbarum (Goji Berry)
Magnolia kobus
Ostrya japonica
Paeonia ludlowii
Paraserianthes lopantha (syn. Albizia)
Piptanthus nepalensis
Pterocarya fraxinifolia
Rhodotypos scandens
Rosa glauca
Staphylea colchica/pinnata (French)
Zanthoxylum simulans

GRASSES

Briza maxima
Luzula nivea
Panicum elegans ‘Frosted Explosion’
Panicum miliaceum ‘Violaceum’
Stipa barbata

VEGETABLES

Allium prolliferum
Bean ‘Whaley Bean’ or ‘Pea Bean’ (HSL)
Broad Bean ‘Aquadulce’
Broad Bean ‘Crimson Flowered’
Broad Bean ‘Imperial Green Long Pod’
Cyclanthera pedata (Achoca)
Kale ‘Black Tuscany’
Kale ‘Ragged Jack’
Kale ‘Red Russian’
Mange tout ‘Golden’
Pea ‘Hurst Greenshaft’
Spinach ‘Reddy’
Tomata ‘Cuore di Bue’
Squash ‘Turk’s Turban’

PERENNIALS & BIENNIALS

Aconitum helmsleyanum
Adenophora lillifolia
Agapanthus ‘Bressingham Blue’
Agapanthus campanulatus
Agastache pringlei
Agastache rugosa ‘Golden Jubilee’
Agastache rugosa ‘Liquorice Blue’
Angelica archangelica
Angelica gigas
Aquilegia alpina
Aquilegia vulgaris (rose/green)
Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata
Campanula betulifolia
Campanula latifolia ‘Brantwood’
Campanula trachelium (blue/white)
Centranthus ruber (deep pink)
Centranthus ruber ‘Alba’
Codonopsis clematidea
Dactylicapnos macrocapnos
Dahlia merckii
Delphinium requienii
Delphinium staphisagria
Dianthus barbatus ‘Sooty’
Dictamnus albus
Dictamnus albus var. purpureus
Dierama pulcherrimum
Dierama pulcherrimum ‘Blackbird’
Digitalis fontanesii
Digitalis grandiflora
Digitalis lutea
Digitalis purpurea ‘Dalmation Purple’
Digitalis purpurea f. albiflora
Digitalis x mertonensis
Eryngium (sapphire blue)
Eryngium agavifolium
Eryngium alpinum ‘Blue Lace’
Eryngium giganteum ‘Miss Willmott’s ghost’
Eryngium maritimum
Euphorbia characias ssp. wulfenii
Ferrula communis
Geranium madarense
Geranium palmatum
Geranium phaeum
Geranium sanguieum var. striatum
Glaucium fimbrilligerum
Hesperis matronalis
Hesperis matronalis var. albiflora
Heuchera cylindrica
Hosta sieboldiana
Hosta ‘Tiara’
Impatiens tinctoria
Iris chinensis
Iris chrysographes
Iris forrestii
Iris hookeri
Knautia macedonica
Liatris spicata
Libertia chilensis
Libertia chilensis Procera Group
Libertia sessiliflora
Libertia sessiliflora ‘Caerulescens’
Linaria purpurea ‘Canon Went’
Lychnis chalcedonica
Malva moschata f. alba
Malva sylvestris ‘Alba’
Meconopsis Fertile Blue Group
Melanoselinum decipiens
Moraea huttonii
Myrrhis odorata
Onopordum acanthium
Orthrosanthus laxus
Paeonia mlokosewitschii
Paradisea lusitanica
Penstemon azureus
Phlomis russeliana
Phytolacca americana
Potentilla ‘Yellow Queen’
Primula bulleyana (pale orange)
Primula (ex. Carlow Harr hybrids)
Primula chungensis
Primula florindae (orange)
Primula sikkimensis
Primula vialii
Rhodiola kirilowii
Salvia chamaedryoides
Salvia sclarea var. turkestanica
Salvia transylvanica
Scabiosa cretica
Scabiosa lucida
Scabiosa ssp. ochroleuca
Succusella inflexa
Thalictrum flavum
Trifolium repens
Tropaeolum speciosum
Verbena bonariensis
Viola cornuta ‘Minor’
Viola cornuta ‘Prince John’

ANNUALS & TENDER PLANTS

Amaranthus caudatus
Amaranthus caudatus ‘Viridis’
Antirrhinum majus ‘Liberty Classic Scarlet’
Atriplex hortensis var. rubra
Cerinthe major ‘Purpurascens’
Chasmanthe bicolor
Dactylicapnos torulosa
Eccremocarpus scaber
Eschscholzia californica ‘Chrome Yellow’
Fuchsia procumbens
Gilia tricolor
Hibiscus trionum
Ipomoea purpurea (pink / blue)
Ipomoea purpurea (purple)
Ipomoea tricolor ‘Heavenly Blue’
Lathyrus odoratus ‘Flora Norton’
Lathyrus odoratus ‘King Edward VII’
Lathyrus odoratus ‘Matucana’
Lathyrus tingitanus ‘Roseus’
Lavatera trimestris ‘Silver Cup’
Layia elegans
Lophospermum erubescens
Lunaria annua var. albiflora
Lunaria annua ‘Corfu Blue’
Nicandra physalodes
Nicotiana ‘Lime Green’
Nicotiana mutabilis
Nicotiana sylvestris
Orlaya grandiflora
Papaver somniferum
Plumbago auriculata
Radermachera sinica
Rhinanthus minor
Salvia coccinea ‘Lady in Red’
Salvia macrophylla
Smyrnium perfoliatum
Sonchus arboreus
Stachys citrina
Stachys cretica
Sutherlandia frutescens
Tagetes patula
Tagetes patula ‘Cinnabar’
Tagetes linnaeus ‘Burning Embers’
Tithonia rotundifolia ‘Torch’

BULBS

Albuca (ex. Jim Archibald)
Allium christophii
Allium subvillosum
Cardiocrinum giganteum
Galtonia candicans
Gladioli italicus or communis (lucky dip!)
Gladiolus tristis
Lilium martagon
Muscari armeniacum
Nectaroscordum siculum ssp. bulgaricum
Romulea bulbocodium
Tigridia pavona
Tulipa sprengeri

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