still wanting to trade for this summer.

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Hello-still looking to trade for hops, Jerusalem artichoke, colored potato, luffa,dipper & large gourds, b/sprouts, italian torpedo onion and scallions(especially red),sugar and asian peas, fava & italian pole beans, heading mustard, basils, unusual herbs & flowers. I have quite a nice variety of seeds, so please don't hesitate to ask. For larger trades like bulbs, bamboo & berries, you'll need to email me directly.

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Also looking for yardlong and

Also looking for yardlong and winged bean, spaghetti squash, habanero & banana peppers, and I've always wanted to try growing soybeans and rice.

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Joined: 2010-07-23
Hi Maggie I have some

Hi Maggie
I have some Habanero seeds if you'd like :) Do you have the colored potato you mentioned above or is that something you are looking for? I would like to try that one too...

I also have: Sweet Spanish Yellow Utah Jumbo Onion, Squash (Waltham Butternut, Table Queen Acorn and Straightneck Early Yellow) Lettuce (grand Rapids Leaf and Iceberg) Spinach (Mustard and Teton Hybrid) Garden Beans and Sugar Snap Peas, Purple White Globe Turnips, Early Golden Acre Cabbage

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krystilina/trade

Hi - I would love to have the habanero pepper & snap peas. What type of seed are you looking for?

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Maggie - I'm looking for a

Maggie -
I'm looking for a few berries (strawberry, raspberry, blackberry) green seedless grapes, asparagus, eggplant, cilantro

let me know if you have any of those - i'm open to other things too but they are top on my list at the moment. I'd be happy to send you some habanero and snap peas. you can email me at krystiphillips@msn.com

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Moon, what kind of berries do

Moon, what kind of berries do you have? I would also like the cultivars if possible.

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