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wanted: have: large amount of fresh lemongrass for thai food

Posted by pepperhead212 6b / S Jersey (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 20, 05 at 19:53

I am in woodbury, and very soon (before it frosts) I will have to harvest over 100 stalks of lemongrass, which is WAY too much for me, even as much as I make Thai food. I am always looking for new pepper varieties, as well as seed garlic (I also have some left of 298 bulbs of german porcelain and Oregon Blue from last season). I also have some fresh white bullets left, the hottest pepper of this season in my garden.


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RE: wanted: have: large amount of fresh lemongrass for thai foo

I screwed this up-first posting, supposed to start with "have" - oh well...


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RE: wanted: have: large amount of fresh lemongrass for thai foo

Hi!
I don't suppose you have lemongrass seed for next year, do you? I am interested in your german porcelain and oregon blue garlic from last year, also your white bullet peppers. I have some fresh Thai and red lantern peppers, I also have lots of seeds, so please look at my trade list and let me know if anything interests you.
Thanks,
Lori

Here is a link that might be useful: Seed List


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RE: wanted: have: large amount of fresh lemongrass for thai foo

Hi...Pepperhead....Would you care to trade white bullets with red?...I like lemon grass..to trade with crossandra or gomphrena seeds.Contact prasanthikilaru2yahoo.com.


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