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WANTED: tomato seeds, have husk cherry seeds

Posted by plantslayer 8 (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 2, 09 at 16:12

I have 2008 Husk Cherry seeds purchased from FedCo for growing in 2009. I can also trade some 2008/09 Cosmonaut Volkov tomato seeds, and I do have seeds of other kinds of vegetables, including bunching onions and various brassicas. I am looking for some of these varieties, just 5-10 seeds of two or three varieties would do:

Anna Russian

New Big Dwarf

Paul Robeson

Japanese Trifele

(other mid-season black varieties?)

Azoychka

Opalka

Mama leone

(OR perhaps other tasty heirloom varieties with ~75 days or less maturity.)

Thanks for the help!


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RE: WANTED: tomato seeds, have husk cherry seeds

I have Paul Robeson and Japanese Trifele if you want to trade.


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RE: WANTED: tomato seeds, have husk cherry seeds

Great! Click on my name and send me an email. Let me know how many seeds you want; they are tiny (about the size of sesame seeds) and I probably have at least 100, though that estimate could be way off in either direction.


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RE: WANTED: tomato seeds, have husk cherry seeds

I still have probably around 100 ground cherry seeds here (hard to tell, they are tiny, the size of sesame seeds) as well as the other seeds I mentioned in the first post. Greg already sent me Japanese Trifele, Paul Robeson and Opalka, so if you have any other things on that list (or perhaps something else you think might work well in my PNW urban garden) please drop me an email!


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RE: WANTED: tomato seeds, have husk cherry seeds

Still have those husk cherry/ground cherry seeds. If anyone has tomato seeds to trade for them, make me an offer, even if it's not something on my list. Heck, if you really really want some seeds but have nothing to trade I can just send you some, let me know.


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RE: WANTED: tomato seeds, have husk cherry seeds

Sub artic plenty?


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