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HAVE: Have Hibiscus palustris,and Rudbeckia seeds

Posted by elf7 zone6, PA (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 20, 07 at 21:30

have swamp rose mallow, hibiscus palustris pink seeds from clayish, acidic soil in pa this year. this is a tallish
plant, approx 4feet. it is supposed to like wet areas, my
backyard is dry, not a marsh and it did well.( surprise...).
being a native plant, it is hardy, which means even I could not kill it....
also rudbeckia seeds from garden this year.
this is another native,hardy plant.

I am looking for herbs but will trade for anything or stamps. I prefer perennials.
can package 15 to 25 seeds in a packet.
can mail in 2-3 days, can bubble wrap seeds.

please email at if interested. thanks.

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RE: HAVE: Have Hibiscus palustris,and Rudbeckia seeds

I would like to get some of your seeds Would you check my list to see if I have anything you would like.


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