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Sansho seed

Posted by yama 7b Ga (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 27, 07 at 15:01

Hi All
I am looking for sansho seeds. If you have sansho seed please contact to me. For retune I will give you back something you like to have. you name it , I will get you what you want. J maple seed, bamboo, myoga, fuki, hard to find plant(s). Or I will pay for it. I lost every sanaho trees I had.

Seed have to be fresh. Fall of this year (Late september to November), I would like to have the seed much as I can.

If you know where I can buy sansho tree in pot from nusery, Please let's me to know. native of America "pickly ash" as well.
Thanks yama

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RE: Sansho seed


The folowing nursery used to and may still carry one of the "Szechuan Pepper Trees"

RE: Sansho seed

  • Posted by yama 7b Ga (My Page) on
    Wed, Jan 31, 07 at 21:30

Thank you Kurtg. I will check web site.

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