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Kale, Arugula for trade or SASE

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Joined: 2012-05-31

I just gathered Kale (mixed varieties) and arugula. I am open to trading for most vegetables and some flower seeds, or just SASE. Email me.

denisevlewis
kale

I have many flower seeds. I was interested in the kale. Have been looking for a long time. What flowers are you interested in? I'm new to seed treading online. Thanks for your patience.

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Joined: 2009-08-07
Arugula and Kale swap

I would love some Kale and Arugula.
I have lots of green Oakleaf Lettuce and flower seeds. My flower seeds are: Heirloom White Petunia, Purple Wave Petunia,Balcony Mix Petunia,Sweet William Mix, Blanket Flower, Catchfly,Knautia Melten Pastels, Poppy Mix, Wallflower, Columbine 'Ruby Port', White Woodland Tobacco, Blue-Eyed Grass, White Foxglove, Foxglove Mix, Pink Cranesbill Geranium, Salvia 'Lady in Red', Salvia 'Blue Bedder', Money Plant, Blue Nigella, Calendula, and St.John's Wort. If you are interested in a swap please contact me.
Thanks, JR

Rosie_Moe
lauraleakemp@gmail.com

I have some interesting tomatoes and carrot seeds I could trade you. Email me, and we will line something up!

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Ronnie.potts@rocketmail.com

Im interested in your kale seeds I have tomato,lettuce,cabbage,beets,radish,greens and a few flower seeds to trade


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