I don't know if anyone one is interested or not but here we go....For a couple of years now, I have been trading seeds with people where I live and on other forums. The rules are this: Seeds must be open pollinating or heirloom. No hybrids. If you post your list to be traded, you supply the stamp and envelop. The goal is not to start an entire garden for someone but instead to introduce them to a variety that they don't have. For most varieties, try to enclose 10-12 seeds. Some people may be looking for flower seeds as well......same rules apply to them as well. Bulbs and bare roots are out, it's too much of a risk to send them unless you really know what you are doing and really trust the post office. Good luck and have fun! Here's my list of seeds available: 1. Ferry's Round Dutch Cabbage (Cold tolerant cabbage that weighs 3-5 pounds) 2. Jalapeno Pepper 3. Sweet Banana Pepper 4. Long Thin Cayanne Pepper 5. Jubilee Tomato (Low acid gold to orange fruit with thick walled meat) 6. Rutgers Tomato (Large red fruit with thick solid meat) 7. Brandywine Tomato (Large pink to red Heirloom fruit weighing up to 1 pound) Here's my list of seeds that I am currently looking for: 1. Red Cabbage 2. Sweet Basil 3. Red Bell Pepper 4. Yellow Bell Pepper 5. Tabasco Pepper 6. Mr. Stripey Tomato As I get more seeds available or run out, I will post to let you know!