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HAVE: Cimicifuga, spicebush, woodbine

Posted by barbamaman z5/6 OH (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 15, 05 at 14:44

For your SASBE I can offer fresh seed/berries of native woodbine, Lindera benzoin and Cimicifuga racemosa.

Anybody have sassafrass berries? We had none anywhere on our 80 acres.

We have lots of native plants if anyone wants to correspond - seeds available only at appropriate time of year.

Barb
bjh@milpidge.com


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RE: HAVE: Cimicifuga, spicebush, woodbine

If you happen to still have any, please send me an email
mendi.earthling@gmail.com

Thanks
Mendi


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