Untitled Wasilla

sproutingalaska:

They seem to have doubled in size!

biodiverseed:

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-Give the full common name, including variety, and latin name if you know it-Include a picture if possible-Indicate the quantity you have available, and how many you are willing to trade-Indicate what you would like to swap for (if anything)-Give potential swappers a means to contact you to exchange shipping information: either by leaving your askbox/fanmail open, or leaving a public email in the listing (not recommended)-It is the responsibility of both parties in the swap to research the invasive potential of the plants being traded, and the local laws about shipping organic material. DO NOT SHIP INVASIVE SPECIES.-Seeds should be cleaned and packaged properly, and be treated in order to prevent the transfer of pathogens (options include giving them a brief hot water bath, or using chilli, tea tree, clove, or garlic oil) -Before trading, research how to properly disinfect, check for viability, and package the variety you plan on sending
-Use all relevant tags to make your listing easy to find (you must use the “seedswap” tag)-By accepting the terms of submission, you indicate you have read and complied with these instructions-Enjoy! Sign up for the newsletter (here, or top right corner) to get a weekly update on new listings.
-Please consider donating to the further development of the project, or support BiodiverSeed with a seed purchase!
-The suggested donation for submitting a seed listing is $0.25, but the service is 100% free to anyone who wants to use it

biodiverseed:

SUBMIT A SEED LISTING

READ ME

-NO GMO SEEDS: BiodiverSeed is a network devoted to the exchange of primarily self-harvested, organic, and heirloom seeds, with the goal of preserving maximum genetic diversity 

-Give the full common name, including variety, and latin name if you know it

-Include a picture if possible

-Indicate the quantity you have available, and how many you are willing to trade

-Indicate what you would like to swap for (if anything)

-Give potential swappers a means to contact you to exchange shipping information: either by leaving your askbox/fanmail open, or leaving a public email in the listing (not recommended)

-It is the responsibility of both parties in the swap to research the invasive potential of the plants being traded, and the local laws about shipping organic material. DO NOT SHIP INVASIVE SPECIES.

-Seeds should be cleaned and packaged properly, and be treated in order to prevent the transfer of pathogens (options include giving them a brief hot water bath, or using chilli, tea tree, clove, or garlic oil) 

-Before trading, research how to properly disinfect, check for viability, and package the variety you plan on sending

-Use all relevant tags to make your listing easy to find (you must use the “seedswap” tag)

-By accepting the terms of submission, you indicate you have read and complied with these instructions

-Enjoy! Sign up for the newsletter (here, or top right corner) to get a weekly update on new listings.

-Please consider donating to the further development of the project, or support BiodiverSeed with a seed purchase!

-The suggested donation for submitting a seed listing is $0.25, but the service is 100% free to anyone who wants to use it

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Cutting basil for propagation. Planted from seed 1/5/2014

Cutting basil for propagation. Planted from seed 1/5/2014

Cutting basil for propagation. Planted from seed 1/5/2014

Cutting basil for propagation. Planted from seed 1/5/2014

sproutingalaska:

Basil varieties. The first picture is at 4 weeks.

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sproutingalaska:

Basil by week

(via crystalanne26)

sproutingalaska:

Basil by week

sproutingalaska:

Basil varieties. The first picture is at 4 weeks.

Basil week by week planted 1/5/14

Basil week by week planted 1/5/14

GRADENING, ALASKA STYLE!