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WANTED: Wanted: Salvia seeds or anything that likes full sun

Posted by vanillalotus 8b (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 20, 08 at 19:58

I have a balcony garden. I love to grow seeds. I would like to try some Salvias or really any plants that do well in full sun and don't get gigantic. I do have some red yucca seeds to trade and 40 grape hyacinth seeds (yes seeds not bulbs). Currently that is all I have but would be will to pay a small amount for whatever seeds.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Salvia seeds or anything that likes full sun

You should try to find some seeds at the SA plant swap. Its on the 26th. They should have everything you need or want. I found almost everything that I needed or wanted at the Fort Worth one. It was great and I met a lot great people on here.

If you want or need I have A LOT of purple coneflower seeds, that are going to go to waste if I do not find them a home soon.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Salvia seeds or anything that likes full sun

Thank You. I was thinking of attending if I am not working on that day. I thought they were rescheduling it on another day and not the 26th. I will gladly take some purple coneflower seeds. I'm sure I can pass some off to my school so they can plant it on campus.


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RE: Wanted: Salvia seeds or anything that likes full sun

Make sure to post your wants on the link for the swap. They may have something for you.

As for those coneflower seeds. They might look pretty good on your porch. The birds, butterflies and honey bees love them.

Send me an email I'd love to try out some of the yucca seeds. I am not sure I have the room for them, but its worth a try.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Salvia seeds or anything that likes full sun

Check out my exchange listing...today... i have some special salvia seeds that are lovely - do swell in pots - can prune - free. and a bunch more balcony stuff as grew a lot in pots until recently.

sandy_8b


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