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HAVE: Several flower seeds to trade!

Posted by nueva_gardener 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 31, 08 at 1:18

I have several flower seeds to trade, including:
Delphinium (Pacific Giant)- almost full packet
Hollyhock (Alcea rosea)- about half packet
Rudbeckia (Gloriosa Daisy)- almost full packet
Daisy May Queen (Chrysanthemum vulgare)- almost full packet

I also have a small soil starter pellet, if someone wants it. In return I'll take anything from a started potted plant, an empty pot, seeds you may have, really anything you care to trade. I'm just starting out and have started seeds of each of these, the Daisy May Queens in a simple small unglazed pot, and the rest in two very small plastic starters each (it was a kit, came with the plastic greenhouse, you know the kind) and had many seeds left over. The only other plants I have are a struggling aloe plant, a marigold starter kit thats sprouting wonderfully, and little munakuppa filled with basil sprouts. I have a pot ready for when my marigolds need to transplant, but if you had even some cheap plastic pots i'd love them for my other flowers! Really anything you have that you want to get rid of, I'll take it!


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RE: HAVE: Several flower seeds to trade!

nueva_gardener ,,,

send me a private email , i may be able to give you some help. you'll see my email above this message.

miss daisy


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