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WANTED: Wanted: Vegetables or Fruit seeds!

Posted by outofajob none (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 10, 13 at 0:48

I'm hunting for seeds, I will have plenty to share next year but this year I don't have any. Hoping to save on expenses thanks to the economy.

Looking for

Tomato
Basil
Garlic
THC (yes. And its legal in WA:P)
Lettuce
Onion
Corn
Spinach
Watermelon
Cantalope
Kale
Beets
Broccoli
Cilantro
Radish
Carrot
Peas
Beans
Cucumbers
Peppers
Strawberries

If anyone can help, it'd sure be appreciated. In fact, any vegetables or fruits would be great. Thank you.

Sheila Johnson
Post Office Box 472
Stanwood, WA 98292

Thanks in advance.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Vegetables or Fruit seeds!

I can send you some of my leftover seeds from last year's winter sowing. Just for your info, marijuana is very difficult to start from seed. The preferred methods of propagating it is from cuttings or tissue culture. In fact, there are several items on your list that are challenging to grow in WA. Basil, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, corn and watermelon all need to be started indoors weeks before they can be planted outside. Our growing season is too short for all except the basil to produce crops, so the sooner you can get them planted, the better. Unfortunately, I don't have any of those seeds to send you, so I hope someone else can. If you can come to Olympia, there is a Seed Exchange in the Garage behind the Hostel at 323 Milroy NW, and they are open Saturdays and Sundays from 5PM to 7 PM. Bring your own envelopes or containers to put the seeds in.


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