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HAVE: I'itoi multiplying Onion- Heirloom

Posted by twosunsaz z9 AZ (My Page) on
Wed, May 13, 09 at 16:19

I have lots and lots of these to trade.

They are an Heirloom multiplying scallion that was brought by the Spaniards to the Native American Peoples of Southern Arizona and Northern Mexico way back in the 1600's.

They are tasty and are very productive in areas that have mild winters.

If interested ,please look at my trade list. I am especially interested in other Alliums,Peas,Beans,and Melons.

~ Scott ~


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