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HAVE: Shark Fin Melons aka Malabar Squash

Posted by winane z9 CA (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 24, 05 at 17:31

These are mostly prized by Chinese who uses them for soup. This is a fairly unknown Winter Squash in the United States but is popular in Europe. This has a very large yield for those that have long summers but otherwise the young squash can be used like summer squash. It has very vigorous vine growth so you must have a spacious area for it. Email me only if you are truely interested.

The only item I am looking for is Romanesco Costata summer squash if not...SASE is okay too.


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HAVE: seeds

  • Posted by Rizz NC (My Page) on
    Mon, Apr 25, 05 at 13:04

Not looking for anything specific. If anything interest you. email me.

Asian Winter Melon (Wax Gourd)(Round and Oblong)
Bitter Melon
Baby Bak Choy
Spinach
Edible Rape (Yu Choy Sum)
Golden Glower Kale "Kai lan fa"(Brassica Alboglabra)
Amaranth (red stripe)
Amaranth Whiteleaf (white round leaf)
Chinese celery
Nappa Cabbabe
Large Chinese Michihli
White turnip
Red turnip
Green turnip (aka: "green carrot")
"Seven leaf red" raddish
Turnip (Hakurei Hybrid)
Squash (Early White Bush)
Honeydew
Eggplant (black beauty)
Broccoli
Mustard Tendergreen

Herbs:
Garlic Chives (flat tender leaves)
Thai Basil (anise basil)
Basil (Siam Queen)
Sweet Basil (Italian)
Mint (spearmint)
Parlsey (moss Curled)


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