Downloadable Seed Wish list
The date on the form is wrong, deadline is 15th February
You can print the form by hitting the button above, or write out your own list if you cannot print the form. Please copy the order as we will be walking round a series of boxes of seeds and it will be far more efficient if all the lists are in the same order and there will be less risk of us missing one of the things you want and make it as clear and easy to read as possible.
Send your list together with a pre-stamped self-addressed envelope (SAE) to: Bristol Seed swap, PO Box 3449, Bristol BS3 9JH
Please, send your form by the 15th of February. The seeds will be sorted and posted throughout February and March.
HOW MANY STAMPS YOU NEED TO USE
Less then 10 packets of small seeds, then a standard size letter and stamp should be adequate.
If you want big seeds - beans, peas etc, or more than 10 small seeded varieties, please send us a larger padded envelope with a large letter stamp.
Stamp prices from the 1st of January 2021: standard 2nd £0.66 / standard 1st £0.85 / large up to 100g 2nd £0.96 / large up to 100g 1st £1.29
Please, consider putting a spare stamp in the envelope as a donation, if you can afford it. It will help us send seeds to people in financial difficulty.
Donations via PayPal are also welcome, if you can afford it, to help us run the seed swap: a PayPal button is near the top of our home page HERE
HOW TO FILL THE FORM
Put a cross next to the seeds you would like to get and feel free to give us details in the notes ( general type or particular varieties, colour,.....)
Tomato X Big beefy tomato
French Bean X Blue Lake
Pumpkin X Something funky
Pollinator flower X For sunny spot
Shade flowers X I like red and yellow
Other flowers X Nigellas if poss.
We will do our best to meet your wishes as closely as we can, but it will depend on what seeds we have.
If we cannot meet your wish list in full, are you interested in being sent seeds that we may have a lot of? Yes/No
Can you let us know what kind of growing space(s) you have? e.g. Allotment / Small Garden / Large pots and planters / Small pots and window sill space / Greenhouse...
Tomato family (Solanaceae)
Courgette family (Curcurbitaceae)
Bean family (Fabaceae)
Cabbage family (Brassicae)
Onion family (Aliums)
Lettuce- Loose leaf
Cut and come again mix
Oriental leaf mix
Huazontle/ Mexican Broccoli
Beneficial for pollinators