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HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

Posted by mstrgrdnr 8 GA (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 16, 05 at 15:10

I have some okra seed available to anyone who wants it.

This variety has been grown for five generations by a friend's family here in south GA.

It grows and produces like crazy.

I also have a mixture of birdhouse and dipper gourd seeds as well. They are mixed with no way to tell them apart.

If you want to do a trade, I am looking for some squash seed if you have these varieites:

Moschata
Tatume
Tromboncino

If not, I am willing to send the seeds out with a SASBE.

Please be sure to send a business size envelope, because the seeds are pretty big.

Thanks,

Aubrey


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

I would love to sample some okra. I do not have any of your wants. Would gladly SASE.
aggieinid


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

hello...would love some of your okra for our family garden,,i don't have any of these squash,,could i interest you with anything else ,,or i can sasbe,,would like several trades,,,,thank you ,,betty sue


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

Do you have any okra seeds left?


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

If you do have some seeds left, I would like some. Check my trade list if you would be interested in tomatoes.

John


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

I would be glad to send a SASBE or trade for anything I have.....that is if you have any seeds left!


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

I would love to send you a SASE for some okra if you have some left.

Thank you.

SunGrasses


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

i realize this post is old but okra is one of my favorites. will you tell me a little about it? size prickley or not. i kave some okra that i have had for 25 years that i got from og seed exchange. the okra had been in his neighbour family for generations.it fits the description of "star of david" somewhat.
happy gardening lori


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

Aubrey, please log in my name for next year's harvest. Yes, I am very interested in some of that okra and I finally aquired some tromboncino seeds for next year's planting! I also have another heirloom okra and may also get more squash seeds you want as I'm collecting squashes and gourds. E-mail me any time.


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

I don't have anything you are looking for but I would love to have some okra seeds if you have any left. I'll send a sase. thank you lajo62


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

Would love to try all for an sase if available!
Thanks
Heidi


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

Do you still have some okra seeds left for sase? Please let me know.
Thank you.
Deb


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

would you be willing to sase for some of your seeds?
Ty in advance

White Elk


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

I have some antique red double poppy seeds that were given to me 30+ years ago by an elderly neighbor. Would you want to trade okra seeds for poppy seeds? Please let me know if you would, I would LOVE to get a start of your okra.


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

If you are still have any okra seeds left, and are willing to let them go for a SASE and a few stamps, I would love to participate in this transaction.


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RE: HAVE: Okra - grown for five generations

Do you have any okra seeds left for a SASBE?

I'd love to have some.

Thanks.

Karen in Central Florida


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