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Annuals vs Perennial seeds

Posted by pippi21 Md zone 7 (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 31, 09 at 11:41

I gathered my seeds together yesterday to separate the annuals from perennials to get ready to WS..find that I have more annual seeds. This is why we used to spend so much money for starter plants so now I need to sit down and list perennial seeds to buy. Has this to happen to you? Why do we seem to focus more on annuals? Is it because they bring so much color to our gardens? Just a thought!

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RE: Annuals vs Perennial seeds

Swap is a pot luck as well and I do not care what anyone brings. We eat what we get. If you come I can get you started with some perennial seeds

RE: Annuals vs Perennial seeds

Check out the Seed Exchange and the Exchange part of the WSing forum. A lot of people have so many seeds that they will just send them to you if you send them a SASE (self-addressed stamped envelope) or SASBE (self-addressed stamped bubble envelope). I personally have tons of Shasta Daisy and Rudbeckia (NOT black-eyed susans) seeds. I'd be happy to give you as many as you like.


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