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I am searching for seeds for free or a SASE. I have some purple angle trumpet vine seeds but I can't promise they will grow,

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Joined: 2014-11-04
Seed Offer

I have many seeds. If you want to send me a bubble SASE I can send you whatever you'd like.
Here's my list:
•T-trade
•G-garden
•C-commercial
•**-means I have MANY of this kind of seed so don't hesitate to ask for extras
•Allium, Nigrum G
•Aster, Purple Dome, G
•Bachelor Button, Blue Boy G**
•Bachelor Button, mixed G**
•Bachelor Button, white w/pink center G
•Balsams (Touch Me Not) purple only G
•Castor Bean, red G poisonous to humans & animals (bulky)
•Castor Bean Carmencita-few, G
•Columbine Mix
•Coreopsis, Grandiflora/Lanceleaf G**
•Cosmos, Antiquity
•Cosmos, Burgundy 2-toned G
•Cosmos, Orange G**
•Cosmos, Picotee G
•Cosmos, Sensation G or C**
•Daisy, African C
•Daisy, Oxeye, G
•Dianthus, red G
•I can't guarantee Echinacea seeds from hybrid plants, but you may try if you like. I don't know if they are viable and I don't know if they will stay true. I can only share.
•Echinacea, Augustifolia G
•Echinacea, Cheyenne Spirit G
•Echinacea, Harvest Moon pale yellow G
•Echinacea, Magnus G
•Echinacea, Pink Meteor G
•Echinacea, Red G thin flower petals that don't droop, dwarf
•Echinacea, Secret Affair G
•Echinacea, Tomato Soup G** (I have many)
•Echinacea, White Dove G
•Flax, blue G
•Gaillardia, Amblyodon G
•Gaillardia, Goblin G
•Gaillardia, Yellow Mesa G
•Grass, Fountain G
•Hibiscus, Burgundy G
•Hibiscus, Pink Dark (Hardy) G
•Hibiscus, Pink Light (Hardy)
•Hibiscus, White w/red throat G
•Hoary Vervain, Verbena Stricta G
•Hollyhock, Mini Pink G
•Hyssop, Giant Yellow G
•Larkspur, dwarf G
•Loosestrife, Yellow G
•Love In A Mist, Nigella blue G
•Marigold, Disco G
•Marigold, French Double G
•Marigold, Orange Kees G
•Marigold, Orange Double (short) G
•Marigold, Orange Double (tall) G
•Marigold, Queen Sophia C
•Marigold, Sparky C
•Marigold, Yellow Double G
•Mexican Hat, red G
•Mexican Hat, yellow G
•Mix, Annual Cut Flower C
•Mix, Easy C
•Mix, Flower Garden C
•Mix, Fragrant C
•Mix, Old Fashioned C
•Milkweed, Common Pink G**
•Milkweed, Swamp Dk. Pink G
•Moonflower (Datura) C
•Morning Glory, Clarke's Heavenly Blue C
•Morning Glory, Grandpa Ott C
•Morning Glory, Tickle Me Pink G
•Nasturtium C
•Onion, Egyptian Walking G (10 per pkg. Bulky. Ask if you want larger amt.)
•Pincushion Flower (Scabiosa), white G**
•Rudbeckia, Hirta bi-color G**
•Rudbeckia, Triloba G
•Salvia, purple G
•Siberian Wallflower G**
•Smoketree (American) bush G
•Snapdragon mix C
•Spiderwort, purple G
•Sunflower, Evening Sun C
•Sunflower, Lemon Queen C
•Sunflower, Mammoth Russian G (Bulky)
•Sweet William
•Tansy, yellow G**
•Verbena Stricta G
•Zinnia, California Giant C
•Zinnia, Candy Cane G
•Zinnia, Red Knee High Profusion G
•Basil, Purple Ruffles G Beautiful purple fall color, licorice-cinnamon scent.
•Cantaloupe, Peach Vine G** Very sweet melon with fleshy yellow insides. Shorter number of days to maturity than traditional cantaloupe.
•Tomato, German Yoder (heirloom) G
• All these listed as (G) are from 2014.

RaccoonBandit
seeds

do you have any seeds left for postage thank you

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Joined: 2015-03-27
seeds?

do you still have seeds? im in desperate need of a good seed selection, im trying to start a vertical garden, its difficult when you have a garden in the middle of dc.


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