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WANTED: Wild Chives, have Everglades Wild tomatoes

Posted by alikospah Colorado (My Page) on
Mon, Feb 5, 07 at 19:48

I am looking for seeds or bulbs for Wild Chives, Allium schoenoprasum var. sibiricum, also known as Siberian Chives. My mother had planted some years ago and they were dug out when my garden was cleaned and I didn't see them go until they were already gone. I can't find them anywhere.
I can trade seed for Florida Everglades Wild tomato, a small wild cherry tomato that grows wild in the Florida Everglades. I won't have extra seed until the ones I have growing are ripe, a couple of months or so. Thank you. Alikospah

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RE: WANTED: Wild Chives, have Everglades Wild tomatoes

I have some bulbs which I call Garlic chives and they have the white flower pods on them and multiply radipdly. If you are interested in these please email me. I can send you some if you send a SASBE.
Thanks Annette

RE: WANTED: Wild Chives, have Everglades Wild tomatoes

Do you still have the everglades tomato seeds? I would love to try to grow them here in Fort Lauderdale. I have looked locally and cannot find seed.

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