I trade seeds that average 25 per package. Sometimes I might have smaller amounts of some seeds. I prefer to trade the seeds but if you do not have seeds for trade you can send seeds later. When you grow out the seeds then you can send back the same amount of seeds or other seeds you were able to grow out. I will need to know the botanical name of the plant or the correct kind and variety for vegetable seeds., the common name, how you identified the plant, where it was collected, and a full description. I am interested in ornamental, edible, medicinal, dye and other useful plants. I am also interested in heirloom or traditional open-pollinated vegetable seeds but please no hybrids or protected varieties unless you are trading some seeds you had purchased.
When sending seed, please pack them carefully, in some type of envelope or container that won't break open or leak in shipping. Manila coin envelopes are good for small amounts. There are sites online where you can print out fold-able packages. Just make sure you tape or glue well. If you use regular letter envelopes, please make sure the seams are tight and well sealed. It's good to tape up all the seams, just to make sure, especially if you use regular letter envelopes. If you use plastic ziploc bags, be sure the seed is fully dry. Remember to label each container with the name of the seed.When sending small amounts in letter packages, wrap well with paper toweling or newspaper - but it's best to use a padded mailer