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WANTED: carnivorous seed or plant.

Posted by redfieldtnt San antonio (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 8, 09 at 8:55

I'm looking for any carnivorous seed or plant.I'm hoping to start collecting and experimenting with growing them.I can travel anywhere in San Antonio to pick them up and exchange them if anyone is willing.I currently have a bunch of
lime seeds
some lime plants from a tree in my area i've been using for seed currently brought up in great condition in 2 liter bottles currently 8 days old.
Burpee brand Double feature hybrid cucumber seeds (left over from paper package bought at home depot)
Burpee fordhook hybrid watermelon seeds (left over from paper package bought at home depot)
Burpee best boy hybrid tomato seeds (left over from paper package bought at home depot)
Burpee hearts of gold cantaloupe seeds (left over from paper package bought at home depot)
Jalapeo and Green pepper seeds ive been saving..

3 seeds were used from each packet You can have them all and as many lime seeds as you like if u have any young plant u can part with.I figure its worth a shot my 23rd birthday is on the 19th and ill get a drosera or flytrap with my gift money but I figure ill try here first.

lets talk


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