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WANTED: Have: Short Day Onion Plants (3 varieties)

Posted by derbyka (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 19, 12 at 21:34

If anyone here in the St. Pete area wants any of my extra Dixondale transplants, let me know. I have Texas Legend (the new short day variety this year - more nutritious, bigger, and longer storage than the Texas sweet). I also have yellow granex and southern belle red hybrid (which did well for me last year even planted in late Jan). I don't need a trade for them but am looking for purple carrot seeds, oakleaf (red or green) lettuce seed, arugula seeds or transplant, borage plants, snapdragons, and maybe some other things that I can't remember.


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Have: Short Day Onion Plants (3 varieties)

Sorry, I accidentally posted as Wanted first. If anyone here in the St. Pete area wants any of my extra Dixondale transplants, let me know. I have Texas Legend (the new short day variety this year - more nutritious, bigger, and longer storage than the Texas sweet). I also have yellow granex and southern belle red hybrid (which did well for me last year even planted in late Jan). I don't need a trade for them but am looking for purple carrot seeds, oakleaf (red or green) lettuce seed, arugula seeds or transplant, borage plants, snapdragons, and maybe some other things that I can't remember.


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RE: WANTED: Have: Short Day Onion Plants (3 varieties)

Hi there, we were unable to meet up last year for some reason. But anyway, this year I have extra Veronica broccoli plants available to trade if you are interested or I can split a pack of italian arugula seeds with you. My friend brought them back from Italy as a gift and I haven't started them yet. You can email me on tinael01@hotmail.com or call my cell 727-688-1068.

Tina


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