Seed Exchange

There will be no Home Grown New Mexico Seed Exchange in 2023

10 responses to “Seed Exchange

  1. Pingback: Time to get seeds! « giantveggiegardener

  2. Hi from Oklahoma, I visited Santa Fe in 1985 and bought a small green, with faint stripes, round squash. I got it at a fruit stand. Don’t recall the name. The man said to fry it like corn. So I did. It was delicious. Unfortunately, I left the seeds on a picnic table in a camp ground. I haven’t been able to find it since. I’ve looked for it all these years. Would anyone know what that squash might be? Thank you very much.


  3. gene c. solyntjes

    Jannine, Wednesday the 22nd of March?


  4. ? On day and date , which is it ?


  5. So bummed to have missed this. I must have missed the newsletter this month. Can there be another one??


    • Sorry we only do it 1x/year. We only send out updated posts when you sign up on our website, on the upper left hand column, titled ‘Follow this blog’ (WHICH WE RECOMMEND TO GET THE LATEST UPDATES so you don’t miss out in the future)

      BUT the Santa Fe Southside Library branch on 6559 Jaguar Drive here in Santa Fe, have free seeds and are open on weekends too. Sorry you missed it. Hope this helps.


  6. I sure wish my husband and I could of heard about this in January. We would love to come and join in a seed exchange. We have a lot of Hopi red dye amaranth seeds.
    Among many other seeds.


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