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have: have: flameleaf sumac seeds

Posted by maden_theshade 8 - Austin (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 6, 06 at 22:42

I just pulled some seeds off a local Flameleaf Sumac. Please check out my trade list if you are interested.

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RE: have: have: flameleaf sumac seeds


I have plenty of the sumac on our property, but I am interested in your four nerve daisy and red corn poppy seeds. I have some native and drought tolerant seeds.

Desert Willow
Green Thread
Cowpen Daisy
Black Fountain Grass
Purple Fountain Grass
Native Gayfeather

If you are interested in any of these, I would like to trade.


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