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WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

Posted by Firefoxx z8 Auburn, WA (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 8, 05 at 14:36

Hi, I have never been to a Plant Trade before.
I don't have any plants really started.
Do people bring cuttings to trades like this such as Rose Cuttings, rosemary Cuttings? Tomato Seeds and Herb seeds? I have a lot of great stuff in my yard but don't know what a lot of it is...


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

Hello Firefoxx,
Don't worry about not knowing what plants are, someone probably will. People do trade cuttings and seeds. I'm not that far from you, so if you want to come, just let me know and I'll send directions.
Teresa


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

Hi there,
If you are coming to the Issaquah trade I can bring you some apple mint. I saw it on your want list. Let me know!


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

If you come to Issaquah, I'll bring you some garlic bulbs.


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

Hello,

I am new to this forum and gardening, just moved to issaquah, learnt abt the trade though i don't have anything to trade would definetly like to participate to know abt does and don'ts abt gardening, would be present with some food. If someone can tell me the address and timings :)

-ekta


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few seeds and plants

And yes I do have a beautiful yellowish rose after bloming which turns a little pinkish, if someone could tell me how to get it would definetly get it and some coriander seeds sowed them few weeks back and have seen nice growth from it have, lots of sage in a corner of yard its my guess if that too some needs and can tell me how to get will get it.
have pink button roses too.
thanks.


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

All newcomers are encouraged to attend. Just come to the exchanges. I'll be sure to bring extras to share with you, as will many others.

Regards,

Jim

Here is a link that might be useful: Green Elephant Plant Swap


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

I have some Egyptian walking onions. I have heard these are considered shallots. Anyone know for sure? I am bringing lots of extras for newbies, so just show up! Michele


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RE: WANTED: Questions about Issaquah Plant Trade

I have some ornamental sunflower seeds I harvested last week. They are called 'Moulin Rouge' and are deep, deep red. I will bring you some if you'd like to try them.

Heather


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