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WANTED: Jerusalem Artichokes

Posted by jimmac619 Alabama 8 (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 7, 12 at 18:05

Looking for a couple pounds of tubers for a start. Have gourds, gourd seed, heirloom watermelon seeds, okra, some flower seeds for trade.

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RE: WANTED: Jerusalem Artichokes

I have 2 varieties of sunchokes with no difference in taste, merely the size of the flowers. I grow them together so any trade is a mixed bag, so to speak...

I would like more information such as specific names of okra, which flower seeds, etc. I am looking for the gourd that only grows to 2" at maturity and often stops before grandmother used to call it Teaspoon Gourd.


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