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WANTED: sage, stevia, wormwood...what have you got?

Posted by hipchick z6 NE MA (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 12, 06 at 10:28

Looking to replace last winters victims - I definately want a hardy regular sage, possibly also bergarten, tri-color, purple or golden. Also lost my stevia and wormwood.

I have tons of herbs to swap, including some not so common ones. Things I know I have tons of offhand -
Mountain Mint
Peppermint
Common thyme
Ginger Mint
Lemon Balm
Good King Henry
Sweet Woodruff
Chives
Wild strawberries
English comfrey
betony

Other things I have small trades of
Chammomile
Bronze fennel
garlic chives
hops

lets see what we can work out :)


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