The exchange list of Frøsamlerne 2010 has been released.
As usual, there’s lots of rare and exciting varieties, collected in their gardens by members who are willing to share.
Do you know the Horn of plenty, alias African valerian (Fedia cornucopiae)?
Or Caucasian Spinach (Hablitzia tamnoides), a perennial climber with delicious edible leaves. I expect this to become a regular on the exchange list.
59 tomato varieties in all colours, shapes and sizes.
In 2010 ”Lost crops of the Incas” has become an independent grouping, including 3 types of Mashua Tropaeolum tuberosum), 2 types Oca (Oxalis tuberosa) and a single Yacon (Polymnia sonchifolia).
But also old local seeds, like the black barley = “Sort 6 radet Byg”.
The black oat, “Havre fra Ribe”, collected by Vavilov Institute (VIR) before 1920 (VIR K11504) in south west Denmark.
Take a look in the list, if you are a seed dreamer like me 🙂
I’m sure you can translate the list with Babelfish, Google or some other free language tool on the web.
This month the garden has looked clean and white.