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HAVE: Have Lots of Seed

Posted by porsche65 z6 TN (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 25, 07 at 21:07

I have Black eyed susan, Dahlia, Columbine, Dinnerplate Hibiscus (different varieties), Rose of Sharon (soon) Touch Me Not, Coreopsis, Gallardia, Black Hollyhock, Mixed Hollyhock, Celosia (soon) Coleus (soon) Dames Rocket, Perennial Sweep Pea, Hyacinth Beanvine, Moss Rose, Crackerjack Marigold, Zinnia (envy) (candystripe) and others.
Want any tree or shrub seeds (or plants) or just send list of what you have. I love it all.

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RE: HAVE: Have Lots of Seed

Hello my fellow Tennessean .. I would love to trade for some of your Dinnerplate hibiscus and hyacinth bean vine..please look at my list and let me know..

RE: HAVE: Have Lots of Seed

Bring them to the MTPS!

RE: HAVE: Have Lots of Seed

do you still have any seeds left, and would you aspect a SABE I only have two kinds of running spinnage seed.

RE: HAVE: Have Lots of Seed

I am sorry I meant to say I have spinach seeds to. LOL I was in another world.

RE: HAVE: Have Lots of Seed

are the black eyed susan seeds little "splinters". i have the plants and tried to harvest them. just wanting to make sure i've got the right thing!

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