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HAVE: Cowpeas for bird eggs or lina sisco?

Posted by rhelynn 6 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 25, 11 at 22:37

I have Mississippi silver crowder field peas and Purple hull pinkeye field peas. I am looking for other cowpeas, dry shell beans or lima beans to grow. Interested in other veggies, too, check my list. If there are any 'bird egg' or 'lina sisco' dry beans I would love to have some of those. I would be trading small amounts for small amounts, 5 to 15 seeds of a variety.


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RE: HAVE: Cowpeas for bird eggs or lina sisco?

Rhelynn,

I have many varieties of dry beans/limas/cowpeas. Some won't be harvested for about a month. Is there a way to contact you (email?).

Gary


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RE: HAVE: Cowpeas for bird eggs or lina sisco?

Thank you for your response tormato - I've had trouble adding the email feature but now have it in my member page under 'exchanges'. I am looking for small amounts of trade, five, ten, fifteen bean seeds max, more for small seeds of course.

I have a small amount of speckled whipporwill cowpeas coming in from the garden in a week or so. They have just started to yellow on the pods. My broom corn has just begun to head out and the ornamental corn gave me a large variety of blues, reds and yellows with tiny bits of purple and green.

I did source some lina sisco but am still ears open for anything else that might be interesting to trade for!

Here is a link that might be useful: rhelynn's exchange page


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