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WANTED: soft neck garlic

Posted by manure_queen md 7 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 12, 05 at 9:14

Have 10-15 different hardnecks , would like to swap for soft
Tried hardnecks this year
They do not particularly care for the hot DC Spring weather

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RE: WANTED: soft neck garlic

Hi Mary, I would be interested in trading. I have Red Toch, Oregon Blue, Polish White, Chinese Purple, and Inchelian Red, These are all my softneck varieties.
I also have a kind called Maitake that is a hardneck that sends up a very weak scape and it matures 2 to 3 weeks earlier than any of my other Garlics. Let me know what hardnecks you have and we can work out a trade if interested.

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