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WANTED: perinnial herbs for new home owner

Posted by ediblegardengoddess 5 (My Page) on
Thu, May 3, 07 at 12:48

please check out my trade list,i am new but am pretty proud of my trade list,if you see something you'd like to trade for please let me know,thankx,Sheila


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RE: WANTED: perinnial herbs for new home owner

I love to share any part of my garden but especially my herbs when I can. I'm not a 'professional' herb gardener, I'm a 'passive' herb gardener. Much like yourself, I live in zone 5 and have a special fondness for culinary herbs.

I have to share ...

edible herbs and such ~
Peppermint
Spearmint
Chocolate mint
garlic (have no idea what type)
Crabapple tree seedlings (standard edible type ... not ornamental)

I would be interested in your Lemon Mint and possibly some soaps if you would like to add my plants to your garden. I only send rooted mint starts. I have had no luck with starting cuttings and don't expect anyone else to gamble on what I have failed at (unless they ask specifically). The Crabapple seedlings will be dug from the yard. My trees are prolific producers of apples and they are also prolific producers of sprouted seedlings from those apples when they are squashed under foot or by the mower. I have a few other culinary perrenial herbs but I see you already have them ... Chives and Lemon Balm. I also have Tansy if you would like to try that.

Stardust


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