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WANTED: Seed For Containers/Arbor

Posted by bowler851 5a (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 23, 14 at 11:17

Now that I've got my perennials (mostly) figured out, I find myself still in need of container annuals, e.g. : petunias, geranium, begonia, snapdragons (especially Twinny!), calendula, pansy, gazania. The more unusual the better. I'm also very interested in sweet peas - the flower, not the veg. lol - to use with an arbor.

I've updated my trade list; feel free to browse around and see if you find anything interesting. Perennials figured out or not, I'm still up for trades with anything on my list. I never met a flower I'd say no to. : )



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