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Bhut Jolokia & Curry Leave Seeds Wanted...

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Joined: 2010-05-22

Hi everyone! Does anyone have any Bhut Jolokia aka Ghost Pepper seeds. I have searched online and either the price is ridiculous or its hard to trust the seller. If anyone on here has some, I would love even just a few seeds. Thank you!

Also looking for seeds for the Curry leave plant. My mom had a plant last year and because of the unexpected frost we had in winter here in Sacramento, her plant died. She has been trying to revive it for so long and shes so upset over it. If anyone has any seeds, I would greatly appreciate it. I have a few seeds myself. Nothing unusual...

I have:

A few white Datura seeds
Chinese long bean
Lemon Balm

I am a new gardener this year and will have lots more seeds next year. will be sure to spread the love. I can also send a s.a.s.e to anyone who has some unique seeds.

Love and happiness


Joined: 2010-03-02
Bhut Jolokia

try ebay seller gangggam good price. good luck Romi.

Joined: 2009-08-07
Click on the gardening tab,,,,

On the left hand side of this page there is a column of tabs click on gardening, then when the new page loads look at the sub-heading tab titled seed swap, they may be able to help you more there than here! :)

Joined: 2010-05-22
Thank you!

Larry, I have a post on there as well. Thanks :) No replies yet but keeping my fingers crossed.

HotJock- I give that seller a shot. Have you bought from them? I've heard some bad stories abt seeds from unknown sellers... Like getting seeds for different pepper plants... :O

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