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HAVE: Have 100s of varieties of hot and medium hot peppers

Posted by thecollegekid 7b (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 29, 14 at 13:08

I have over 200 varieties of hot peppers ranging from habs, jalaps, 7pots, TS, bhuts, wilds, etc.
I am looking to do a trade with people that will be able to do a fairly large trade of seed or plants as well.
Things I am looking for:

Seed:
Basils, Thymes, Oregenos, cilantro, pineapple sage, pumpkin pie pumpkins, miniature pumpkins, birdhous gourds, parsnips, rutabagas, tomatillos, ground cherries, sweet peppers, beets, rattlesnake or purple pole beans, kales, swiss chards, collards, garlics, cucumbers, cabbage, zinnias, marigolds, nasturtiums.

Plants:
Herbs like mint, thymes, oregenos, sages.

Bulbs:
Cannas, Calla lilies, glads.

Just shoot me an email and let me know what you have and if theres any certain varieties you would like and we can go from there. Id love to share new varieties of peppers with you.


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RE: HAVE: Have 100s of varieties of hot and medium hot peppers

Heya,

I'm very interested in your pepper plants, particularly: t. scorp morough, bhut jolokia and douglah. Do I happen to have anything listed that you like? I'd love to do a trade.

Erica


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RE: HAVE: Have 100s of varieties of hot and medium hot peppers

I'm interested in a trade have a lot of things not all are listed


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