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HAVE: Purple olive shaped radish

Posted by socal14 z9 So. CA - USA (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 12, 04 at 20:57

Hi, I have lots of Purple olive shaped radish seeds for trade. I am looking primarily for heirlooms that are not commercially available, and also any hot pepper seeds. I will seriously consider anything, just no SASE requests please.
Thanks,
Peter


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RE: HAVE: Purple olive shaped radish

Check my trade list I have a few hot pepper seeds if interested. I am also interested in your Devils Claw. Trudyjean


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RE: HAVE: Purple olive shaped radish

  • Posted by Baci z10Ca (My Page) on
    Fri, Aug 27, 04 at 9:57

I have a Vietnamese pepper tree, an unnamed hot pepper tree, chile de arbol, & others on my list. I also have some Dracaena draco, leptospermum laevitaculum, salvia apiana, salvia mellifera, & Sydney golden waddle. I am interested in your radish, Drosera capensis (cape sundew), &
Devil's Claw (probiscidea sp.). Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Purple olive shaped radish

hello...would like some of your ...
Purple olive shaped radish seeds -would like several trades for the garden...i have several kinds of hot pepper and also tomatoes that are left over from my planting,,let me know,,,betty sue


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RE: HAVE: Purple olive shaped radish

I have some DELICIOUS Balloon pepper or Floral Gem or Bulgarian Carrot. I highly recommend the Balloon as they are scrumptous. It's the only hot pepper I can eat directly from the plant (they're sweet with a kick of heat - as long as you stay away from the seeds). Almost like eating hot candy that's sweet. Quite addicting.

Anyway, let me know if you're interested.

By the way, did you provide me with some wonderful tomato plants a couple of years ago? Your alias sounds very familiar.

Thanks.

Julie


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RE: HAVE: Purple olive shaped radish

Hi, i'd like some of those radish seeds. Check out my trade list and see if there is anything you'd like.

John


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