Seed list 2019/20

That’s pretty much all the seeds I have added to my online seed list now. This is a good time for sowing seeds that need stratification (winter cold) before germination, which in the forest garden is a lot of them.
New seeds this year include angelica, Manchurian spikenard (a continental version of udo), common storksbill, spignel, evening primrose, orpine, fen nettle and Scottish-grown chamnamul (Pimpinella brachycarpa). As usual they are offered for swaps, donations or the love of plants.
One new thing I have done this year is add codes to the plant listings which should save me spending ages hunting for them. Please quote Latin names with the code. The list is at https://foodforest.garden/forest-garden-seeds/

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Common storksbill, Erodium cicutarium

8 thoughts on “Seed list 2019/20

    1. Alan Carter Post author

      Hi Jean
      I can remove you manually, but subscribers are listed by name, not email. You would have to give me your email address for me to remove you. Emails to subscribers are automatically generated by WordPress.com when I write a post.

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  1. Camilla Plum

    I wpuld like to order the following ;
    Aralia continentalis – 19m – Manchurian spikenard
    Beta vulgaris 19ll – sea beet AB+
    Brassica oleracea ‘Purple kale tree’ 19m – perennial kale, Daubenton grex, large purple leaves – details
    Ferula communis 18m – fennel- its the tall wild fennel ??
    Marbled broad beans
    Thank you Camilla Plum
    Fra: Of Plums and Pignuts [mailto:comment-reply@wordpress.com] Sendt: 28. november 2019 17:11 Til: camilla@fuglebjerggaard.dk Emne: [New post] Seed list 2019/20
    Alan Carter posted: “That’s pretty much all the seeds I have added to my online seed list now. This is a good time for sowing seeds that need stratification (winter cold) before germination, which in the forest garden is a lot of them. New seeds this year include angelica, M”

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  2. Norman

    Hello Alan,
    I hope you are well. Difficult weather for those of us who like to be out of doors.
    You may recall I attended one of your garden (plot) based courses on Forrest gardening. I enjoyed it a lot and since have been attempting to turn one area of my plot on Garthdee Field into a perennial vegetable garden. I have have had some successes and many setbacks!
    I’d like to ask for some seeds in return for a donation in support of your efforts. What’s the best way to go about things?
    I look forward to hearing from you. Best wishes Norman (Coutts).
    Sent from my iPad
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  3. Alan Carter Post author

    Hi Norman
    Nice to hear from you. You need to go to the seed list and send an email to the address at the top with what you would like, quoting any codes next to the plant name. If you’d like to make a donation, see the Donation link at the top of the right-hand sidebar and follow the instructions.
    And that’s it!
    Best wishes
    Alan

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