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Joined: 2010-03-17

i have the following seeds for trade or s.a.s.e.

red zinnia
envy zinnia
eyeball plant
klondike cosmos
hardy hibiscus white,pink,maroon,red
red cypress vine
hyacinth bean vine
pink carmencita
purple coneflower
black-eyed susan

green apple gourd
bird house gourd
brussell sprout
yellow squash
spaghetti squash
white acorn squash
hubbard squash
butternut sguash
buttercup squash
scallop squash and several other flower,fruit and vegetable seeds.

i like all vegetables,flowers & fruit.
i especially like gourds & squash or
anything unusual or rare.

Joined: 2011-02-26

I'd love to trade with you. Please email me at Mrslauramay(at)yahoo.com so I can get you my trading list and address! I'm interested in the eyeball plant, birdhouse gourd, and hibiscus.

Joined: 2009-08-08

Hi.. I would like trade for or a sase for some of your envy zinnia, hibiscus seeds, and Brussels sprout seeds..I have several seeds if I know what you're interested in.. My email is alj_mlj@yahoo.com... Thanks so much

Joined: 2009-08-07
I'm interested in swapping seeds

I would love to swap seeds with you, if you have enough left of the eyeball plant, and white and pink hardy hibiscus. Please e-mail me if you are interested in seeing a list of what I have available.
-Sara araskathryn@gmail.com

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