Moved to Kentucky need Seeds Trade Cayenne and Indian Corn

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This my first season here in Kentucky. Since I lived in the desert southwest with a different climate for over 50 years I passed on most of the seeds I had to friends and family before moving. I will be planting only heritage or original plants and it will be organic. Got the horses coming in April to plow and disc. Any seeds that you would like to see grown that fits this climate I would appreciate. I am especially looking for vegetable, gourds that can be used for crafts, and flowers that attract butterflies or humming birds but open to about anything.

I have some very, very hot Cayenne Pepper seeds and some true Indian Corn seeds that came from my Great Granddad to trade. I also have a few habanero seeds that I brought back from Mexico on a trip.

I would also be happy to return seeds to you after this seasons harvest if you want them.

Thanks

YB
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I still have some white corn left...

that I have been giving away with instructions on how to grow it in small gardens. It is Heirloom. Let me know if your interested. Email me at onlymacintosh@yahoo.com

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Seeds

I sent you an email about the seeds.

Thanks
Bo

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hello botipton, i have gourd

hello botipton,
i have gourd seeds for crafts and flower seeds that attract humming birds and butterflies and several others.
you can contact me in louisville,ky at
dannyjomo@insightbb.com

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Thanks

I appreciate your reply and have sent you an email.

Thanks
Bo

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