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HAVE: Tohono O'odham I'itoi's Onions

Posted by neohippie 8b (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 17, 10 at 15:00

I have lots and lots of these multiplier onions I grew from only 10 bulbs bought from Native Seeds/SEARCH last year. Each one grew into a great big clump of green onions through the winter, until the tops died back in May. They were originally grown by Native Americans in Arizona, so I don't know how well they'd do in colder climates, but they seem to love Texas

It's about time to replant them again, but I've still got a lot more than I really need. I would love to exchange some for anything on my want list, especially some broccoli, cabbage, or cauliflower seeds for fall planting.

If I have anything else on my have list that you want, I'd be happy to throw them in along with the onions. Just send me an email if you're interested. Thanks!

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RE: HAVE: Tohono O'odham I'itoi's Onions

I realize this is almost a year later. Do you still have any available? I tried Native Seed and I can't get them right now. I live in San Marcos. Was trying to figure out how to email you. ??

Thank you.

RE: HAVE: Tohono O'odham I'itoi's Onions

I'm interested too.

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