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WANTED: Egyptian Walking Onion

Posted by akebia 8 Western WA (My Page) on
Fri, Mar 30, 07 at 20:08

My queendom for Egyptian Walking Onions.

If you're any good at propagating, we can even discuss a couple of small cuttings off my more interesting things, most of which are not on my trade list.


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RE: WANTED: Egyptian Walking Onion

  • Posted by drtdgr z8PNWTacoma (My Page) on
    Sat, Mar 31, 07 at 19:09

Akebia, I don't have walking onions, but on your trade list you offered your queendom for something I can get, which is Devil's club. I emailed you some days ago, it probably didn't get through.

I would like to know more about these interesting things not on your trade list. Please email me - I have been getting mine. Oh, and check out my trade list while you're at it. More will be added later. Susan (drtdgr)


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RE: WANTED: Egyptian Walking Onion

Hi Akebia---
I have some Walking Onions I can trade...and propagating things from cuttings is one of my favorite pastimes. Are you coming to the Issaquah trade, by chance? If so, I'll bring your onions there.
I'll check out your trade list to see if there's something else I have that you may want...

~Lisa


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