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Old December 1, 2016   #1
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Default MMMM beans

21 Peas Crowder
adzuki - no name
Anasazi b/d
Baby Thorogreen b/lima
Black Butterpea b/lima
Black Manitoba b/d
Black Turtle b/d
Blue Jay b/s
Blue Marbut p/s
Brown Speckled Greasy p/s
Brown Tepary b/d
Brown Tohono D'odham tepary b/d
Burpee's Stringless Green Pod / Landreth Stringless b/s
California Blackeyre #5 p/cowpea
Calima b/s
Carolina Red Lima p/lima
Cherokee Wax b/w
Chinese Red Noodle p/yardlong
Cranberry Shell b/d
Dedo's Day/Night Regular Semi Runner h-r/d
Dixie (Red) Speckled Butter Pea b/lima
Dragon's Tongue b/w

Many, many more to go, but I'm out of time, for now.
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Old December 2, 2016   #2
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(Early) Contender b/s
Early Idaho b/s
Eastland b/lima
Fanomen p/d
Fast Lady Northern Southern Pea b/cowpea
Festina b/s
Flambo b/d
Florida Speckled Lima p/lima
Fort Portal Jade b/d
Gallahar p/s
Golden Wax (Improved?) b/w
Heavyweight II b/s
Heirloom White Half Runner Greasy p/s
Henderson's Lima b/lima
Hill Family p/d
Hopi Pole p/lima
Hutterite b/d
Indian Woman Yellow b/d
Jackson Wonder b/lima
Jacob's Cattle b/d
Juanita Smith p/s
(light red) Kidney b/d
Koronis Purple b/d
Lynch Butterbean p/lima
Magpie b/d
Mandan Black b/d
Merveille De Piemonte b/s
Mexican Red b/d
Mrociumere b/d
mung bean b/d
North Carolina Speckled Long Greasy Cutshort p/s
October b/d
Old Time Fence Lima p/lima
Old Time Pink & White p/lima
Penny Rile b/cowpea
Pima Orange p/lima
Poletschka p/d
Pretzel Bean p/cowpea?
Provence b/d
Red Ripper p/cowpea
Saint-Esrtit A Oliel Rouge b/d
Soyamusume b/soy
Spotted Turtle b/d
Succatash p/d
Thibodeau Du Comte Beauce b/d
Tiger Eye b/d
Tobacco Worm p/s
Top Crop b/s
Top Pick Pink Eye Purple Hull b/cowpea
Uncle Steve's Italian Pole p/s
Urd b/d (dry what? I don't know)
Velour b/s
Violet's Multi Color Lima p/lima
White Half Runner h-r/d
White Hyacinth bean p/ornamental!!!
White Rice b/d
White Simpson Greasy p/s
Whitfield Butter Pea p/lima
Woods Mountain Crazy Bean b/s
Yeome Pastel Eye p/d
Zuni Shalako b/d
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Old December 2, 2016   #3
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Annelino Giallo
Aunt Ada's Italian
Bird Egg #3
Blue Shackamaxon
Brita's Foot Long
Asparagus bean
Aunt Mary's Meat
Blue Lake
Cannellini Runner
Carolina Sieva
Cranberry
Emerite
Flagg
Flamingo
Fortex
Fortex crosses
Gold Marie
Gold of Bacau
Garrafal Oro
Giant Red Tarka
Goose
Herrenbohnli
Jembo Polish
Kanawake Mohawk
Ideal Market
Doyce Chambers
Insuk's Wang Kong
Jeminez
Kenearly Yellow Eye
Kentucky Wonder
Kentucky Wonder 191
Kentucky Wonder Wax
Kitchen King
Kwintus
Lohrey's Special
Mayflower
Montezuma Red
Mountaineer White half Runner
(Black) Nightfall
Ojo De Cabra
Pebble
PIggot Family Heirloom
Polish
Poquito (unknown legume type)
Potato
Raquel (Worth, no comments!)
Red Stick
Rich Purple Pod
Menotume
Red Eye Fall
Roger Newsome
Roma II
Russian East German Pea Bean
Snowcap
Speckled Cranberry
Striped Cornfield
Seneca Speckled Egg
Soldier
Spanish Tolosana
State Half Runner
Striped Half Runner
Stuben Yellow Eye
Sultan's Golden Crescent
Super Marconi Cuneo
True Red Cranberry
Swahili Grey
Tarbais
Tenderstar Runner
Tennessee Greasy
Trionfo Violetto
Vermont Cranberry
White Whippoorwill
Zelma Zesta
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Old December 2, 2016   #4
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Other listings are found in the 2016 MMMM Spoiler Alert at posts #127, 129, 133,
139, 143, 145, 152, 153, 156, 158, 162, and 166. Close your eyes when looking at the tomatoes.
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Old December 2, 2016   #5
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Gary - do you have a preferred thread for participants to 'add' to their want list? I only ask because you have indicated your mail box is full...

Due entirely to your additional listings I have found several more varieties that are calling out to be grown in my garden next year!
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Old December 3, 2016   #6
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I'll dive in and use this thread to add to my Wish List. If tormato wants it somewhere else, I can just do it again there.

Beans - most are a repeat of what was already on my old Wish List
-Cantare
-Carolina Sieva Lima
-Envy Soy
-Heirloom White Half-Runner Greasy
-Jumbo
-Red Eye Fall
-Strike
-Tennessee Greasy
-Zuni Shalako

Squash, Winter
-Bush Buttercup
-Gold Nugget
-Greek Sweet Red
-Lofthouse Butternut - lots
-Tahitian Melon Squash
-Tromboncino - lots
aka Trombone
aka Zuchetta Rambicante

Watermelon
-Cream of Saskatchewan
-Sugar Baby

Thanks again, tormato, for all the time and care...and amazing mind to organize all of this!
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Old December 3, 2016   #7
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Gary, I want one of each Okay "not really."

I did send in some store bought Sugar Snap Peas, but I forgot to mention on my send in page that I would not like to join in on the beans swap this year.

Being that I am unsure how the fight against RKN is going in our gardens - I would rather try some cheap beans sold locally. This year, peppers and tomatoes both produced through the RKN. Beans had very limited success.
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Old December 4, 2016   #8
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Hi Tormato - I'd like to try these:
Baby Thorogreen b/lima
Burpee's Stringless Green Pod / Landreth Stringless b/s
California Blackeyre #5 p/cowpea
Dragon's Tongue b/w
Early Idaho b/s
Heirloom White Half-Runner Greasy
Poquito
Tennessee Greasy
Tobacco Worm p/s
Top Crop b/s
White Half Runner h-r/d

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Old December 4, 2016   #9
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Holy wow that is an incredible list of beans!
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Old December 4, 2016   #10
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I'd like these if possible.
Black Butterpea b/lima
Woods Mountain Crazy Bean b/s
California Blackeyre #5 p/cowpea
Carolina Red Lima
Blue Marbut
Dragon's Tongue
Brown Speckled Greasy
Heirloom White Half Runner Greasy
North Carolina Speckled Long Greasy Cutshort
Saint-Esrtit A Oliel Rouge
Striped Cornfield
Tennessee Greasy
Trionfo Violetto
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Old December 4, 2016   #11
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Well, I shall just add my 'extra' wants to this thread as well.

Beans: Jembo Polish, Liberty runner beans
Squash: Butterstick F1 summer squash, Delicata, Lofthouse Buttercup
Other: Mammoth Blanch Leek, Leutschauer pepper

Gary, don't know how you can manage all of this - have you subcontracted out Santa's elves?
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Old December 5, 2016   #12
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I have some bean seeds to share. Do I just post what I have to offer and a wish list of what I want here? I don't have large quantities of most varieties. Do I even bother posting those varieties if I only have 10-20 seeds to offer?

Thanks in advance for your patience with a newbie.
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Old December 5, 2016   #13
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I'm here for the beans! I've included any "extra" categories here too, just so everything is in one place I've put ** next to any variety that I want most, but there's just so many amazing beans to choose from . . . so I had to put them all on my list!

Beans:
21 Pea
Annelino Giallo
Aunt Ada's Itallian**
Aunt Mary's Meat
Blue Coco Pole Bean
Blue Shachamayon
Brita's Foot Long**
Brown Speckled Greasy
Brown Striped Greasy Cutshort**
Brown Tepary
Brown Tohono D'odham tepary**
Cades Cove Greasyback**
Case Knife
Crown Peas**
Doyce Chambers
Emerite
Fast Lady Northern Southern Pea
Flagg bean
Flamingo
Fort Portal Jade**
Fortex
Garden of Eden
Garrafel Oro
Gold Marie
Gold of Bacau
Golden sweet snow pea
Good Mother Stallard
Granny
Greasy Back
Greasy Cut Short
Hannan Popbean
Headrick Greasy Cutshort**
Heirloom White Half Runner Greasy
Insuk's Wang Kong
Jembo Polish
Jumbo
Kwintus
Lazy Housewife**
Lazy Wife Greasy**
Liberty Runner beans
Lohrey's Special
Mandan Black
Margarete Best Greasy Cutshort**
Merveille De Piemonte
Moonlight runner beans
North Carolina Speckled Long Greasy Cutshort**
North Carolina White Greasy Cut Short**
Pigeon Peas
Piggott Family Heirloom
Pink Tip Greasy
Poletschka
Red Eye Fall
Red Stick
Roger Newsome
Snowball Greasy**
Tankuro Soy**
Tenderstar Runner
Tennessee Greasy
Tobacco Worm**
Turkey Craw
Violet's Multi Color Lima
White Simpson Greasy
Woods Mountain Crazy**
Zelma Zesta**

Tomatoes:
Any heart tomato
Amish paste

Melon:
Noir de Carmes Melon
Ha'ogen Melon

Watermelon:
Golden Midget

Winter Squash:
Blue Hubbard

Other:
leeks
ground cherry
Spigariello/Dino Kale grex project seeds
Giant red mustard
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Old December 5, 2016   #14
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Holy wow that is an incredible list of beans!
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Lucky me it's about one third the length of some lists from previous years.
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I have some bean seeds to share. Do I just post what I have to offer and a wish list of what I want here? I don't have large quantities of most varieties. Do I even bother posting those varieties if I only have 10-20 seeds to offer?

Thanks in advance for your patience with a newbie.
It's worth posting if you have just one variety that some bean nut really, really wants.
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