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HAVE: The Grand Perennial Herb Exchange, 2006

Posted by winter_unfazed USDA Zone 6, MO (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 16, 06 at 10:21

I am starting an herb exchange for this summer, as other members have started exchanges on GardenWeb in the past.
The way it works is that you send in herb seeds to the following address. You can send as many species/varieties as you want, culinary and/or medicinal, but there is one rule: THEY MUST BE PERENNIAL.
Also include a note or list of the herbs you are looking for. Around August 20, the seeds sent in by different members will be sorted, and seeds matched with those who are trying to obtain them. If the exact variety is not available, similar ones will be sent, with consideration given to your climate.
If your seeds are mint seeds, they do not have to be of a certain variety. Crossed mint seeds are fine.
The address is:

Jeffery Goss, Jr.
P.O. Box 14122
Springfield, MO
65814 U.S.A.

If this exchange is more or less successful, then cucurbit, annual flower, flowering perennial, and winter vegetable exchanges may follow in the future.


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RE: HAVE: The Grand Perennial Herb Exchange, 2006

I'm interested.

RE: HAVE: The Grand Perennial Herb Exchange, 2006

  • Posted by
    plant.babies Zone 7-8
    (gw:plant.babies) on
    Wed, Aug 23, 06 at 19:12

I'm interested if you can hook me up with someone in the Pac. N.W.


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