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WANTED: CoriscanMint/VanillaGrass/Cinnamon

Posted by luvdaytimeactivities (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 29, 10 at 22:21

Anyone in So Cal have any of these 3 plants? I'm happy to trade from my list below, + happy to buy the Corsican Mint if you have it. I'm looking for someone in my area to trade with in person, rather than sending stuff:

Coriscan Mint ( Mentha Requienii )

Sweet Grass / Sweetgrass / Holy grass / Seneca Grass / Vanilla Grass / Buffalo Grass / Zebrovka ( Hierochloe Odorata )

Cinnamon ( cinnamomum verum or cinnamomum zeylanicum )

Dragon Fruit ( Self Pollinating Pink + White Fleshed Pitaya )
Thimbleberry ( Rubus Parviflorus )
Maid of Orleans / Arabian Tea Jasmine / Pitake ( Jasminum Sambac ) the kind of Jasmine that is not poisonous that you can use for tea
Strawberry Tree ( Arbutus Unedo )
Australian brush cherry ( Eugenia myrtifolia / Syzygium paniculatum )
Wild Fennel
Bee Balm/ Osewago Tea/ Bergamot
Cinnamon Basil
Thai Basil
another cactus fruit that is yellow fleshed, has small seeds like pitaya, yellow flesh and no spires;
an unusual Mullberry that is long but is Persian -not the Pakistan variety
Origanum Vulgare

WILL HAVE soon or eventually:
Citrus Bergamia

SEEDS I have to trade:
Australian brush cherry ( Eugenia myrtifolia / Syzygium paniculatum )

Follow-Up Postings:

RE: WANTED: CoriscanMint/VanillaGrass/Cinnamon

If you have any Aloe, Dandelion, and Cinnamon Basil left or any fruiting plants, I'd be happy to trade. I have a large spearmint cutting with roots

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