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HAVE: Jasmine Stephanotis seeds (fresh)

Posted by wendy2shoes z6 S ON (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 3, 08 at 16:09

My SIL's vine, which goes outdoors in the summer, produced a fruit, much like a large, bright green avocado. The seeds inside were very much like a milkweed. I've successfully sprouted 8 seeds.
Looking for a division of gooseneck loosestrife (Lysimachia) if anyone might like to trade.


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RE: HAVE: Jasmine Stephanotis seeds (fresh)

HI there I don't have any gooseneck loosestrife but I'm interested in your seeds - if you can't find what your looking for keep me in mind for a trade - I do have some Tea tree seeds more than I could ever use.

cheers

Jeff


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