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WANTED: persimmon, paw paw, chestnut and chinquapin seeds

Posted by phantom_white Z6 (ruckus1837@yahoo.com) on
Sun, Sep 28, 08 at 13:42

Looking for those mentioned in the subject. All of them used to grow on my Granddad's property in KY but have died off. I'd like to get the trees planted back on the property to increase food sources for the wildlife.
I have stuff to trade, just e-mail me for a list.

Thanks!
A. Rhea


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RE: WANTED: persimmon, paw paw, chestnut and chinquapin seeds

I have Paw-Paw seeds and so many seedlings we cut a lot down last summer. I am looking for Japanessee Maple seeds. thanks Kent


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