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I'm only interested in public domain seeds (no utility patents, plant patents, PVP, PVPAF, and no OSSI-pledged varieties, please). I like the OSSI mission, but I only want public domain seeds. No seeds from grocery store produce, please. No genetically engineered seeds, please. No dwarf tomato project seeds, please (they're OSSI). No tomatoes that are even possibly descended from Kumato, please (it has a utility patent, and at least one kind of plant patent; plus, it's a grocery store tomato). No Indigo Rose tomato or Black Pearl F1 pepper (they're PVP).

* Jamaican
* Liso Calcutta

* Brown Mustard
* White Mustard
* Black Mustard

Ground cherries:
* Wild, perennial, red-fruited ground cherries with good taste and production, if you happen to have some

* Chervil
* Culantro
* Kaffir Lime (seeds, of course)
* Mexican Tarragon
* Pipicha
* Summer Cilantro (Papalo)
* Roselle
* Vietnamese Cilantro

* Any large or prolific muskmelon that I don't already have; by large, I mean they can normally get to be at least 5lbs. Siignificant flavor is desired.
* Any honeydew types that I don't already have
* Ashkahabad
* Crane

• Ajvarski
• Antohi Romanian
• Doe Hill
• Doux D'Espagne (Spanish Mammoth)
• Etiuda
• Garden Sunshine
• Gatherer's Gold
• Healthy
• Kevin's Early Orange
• Lesya
• Lunchbox Orange
• Mira
• Murasaki Purple
• Nadapeño
• Orange Bell (from Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds)
• Orange Blaze F1
• Orange California Wonder
• Orange King
• Orange Mini Bell
• Sprinter F1
• Tequila Sunrise

* Whole fresh or naturally dried berries from any large-fruited variety whose seeds that I don't already have planted. (I have Tresca, Fresca, Ozark Beauty, Quinault, and several alpines.) Yes, I plant the fruits.
* Ogallala

* Queen of Malinalco tomatillo
* Yellow (the kind that Trade Winds Fruit sells)

(When it comes to items not listed here, I'm mostly looking for hardy, prolific, open-pollinated canners, especially if they produce all season and are compact, but I'm open to many other kinds, too. I prefer tomatoes that are not prone to sunscald when exposed to direct sun. I prefer tomatoes with a long shelf-life. I prefer tomatoes that make good sauce.)
• Alaskan Gold
• Amana Orange (Burrough's Strain)
• Ambrosia Gold
• Amish Paste
Ararat Flame
• Aunt Ruby's Yellow Cherry
• Austin's Red Pear (Available at Heirloom Seed Solutions)
• Backfield
• Beauty (Tomato Grower's Supply sells it.)
• Bill Bean
• Bing Cherry
• Black Opal
• Borgo Cellano
• Brandywine (Joyce's Strain)
• Brandywine Cherry
• Buratino
• Cherokee Purple Potato Leaf
• Chocolate Cherry
• Chocolate Sprinkles F1 or F2+
• County Agent
• Danka
• Dr. Carolyn
• Dr. Carolyn Pink
• Early Glee
• EM Champion
• Emily
Estonian Yellow Cherry
• Faelan's First Snow (a variegated Cherokee Purple with four colors/shades)
• Fargo
• Fargo Yellow Pear
• Fejee Improved
• Flaming Burst (pear version of Jaune Flammée)
• Galina's
Giant of Siebenburgen
Gill's All Purpose
• Gleckler's Yellow Cherry
• Green Doctors
• Green Doctors Frosted
• Hugh's
• Italian Red Pear (available at Tomato Grower's Supply)
• Iva's Red Berry (prolific and tasty; early-ish; one Carolyn seemed to like)
• J.D.'s Special C-tex
• Jim Dandy
• Joe's Portuguese
• Jujube
• June Pink
• Kalinka
• Lee Williams
• Lemon Drop
• Li Cun
• Limmony
• Linnie's Oxheart
• Livingston Beauty
• Liz Bert
• Maria
• Medovaja Kapiyia
• Mega Marv
• Momentado
• Mushroom Basket
• Neves Azorean Red
* Olga's Round Yellow Chicken Egg
• Orange-1
• Paquebot Roma
• Pearmech (cucurbitbreeding says it's similar to Napoli with a smaller plant and larger fruit)
• Pink Cuostralee
• Polen Yellow Pear
• Polish C
• Polish Ellis
Polen Yellow Pear
• Poll Robson Angolan
• Redfield Beauty
• Roughwood Golden Tiger (fuzzy leaves; striped; red, round fruit; supposed to be prolific and on the acidic side; appears to be maybe medium-sized, or at least bigger than Green Zebra)
• Sasha's Altai (not the one from TomatoFest—nothing against TomatoFest)
• SunCherry F1
• Sunray (may be high acid, but yellow; 75 days)
• Sweet Cherriette
• Sweet Treats F1
• Sweetie (beefsteak)
• Tappy's Finest
• Tappy's Heritage
• Variegated
• Velvet Red (1" red, fuzzy, tasty, prolific, indeterminate, midseason, cherry)
• Wheatley's Frost Resistant
• Wilford
• Wisconsin 55
• Wisconsin 55 Gold
• Wisconsin Chief
• Yellow Ping Pong (Available at Tomato Grower's Supply and Sand Hill Preservation Center)
• Zolotaya Kanareyka (Golden Canary)

* Any large, prolific, or winter watermelon that I don't already have, as well as crosses from your garden
* Black-seeded Ice Cream
* Blue Rind
* Bush Charleston Gray
* Bush Desert King
* Bush Jubilee
* Calhoun Sweet (drought-tolerant; early; prolific; good quality)
* Carolina Cross (only if your Carolina Cross seeds sprout as fast as other watermelons)
* Desert King
* Sangria F1
* Sweet Favorite OP
* Tohono O'odham Yellow-Meated
* Truck Buster F1

* Toothbrush Tree seeds
Location: SW Idaho, USA
Climate: BSk
USDA hardiness zone: 6
Elevation: 2,260 feet
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