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WANTED: needing Maxamillion sunflowers

Posted by nancy_pants 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 23, 13 at 3:36

I would like Maxamillion sunflowers or something similar. Also I'm interested in any sort of garden green ( spinich, collards ect...) as well as heirloom pepper seeds and tomato seeds.
I have lots of regular green splineless okra seeds. Romain lettuce seeds (second generation). Mixed cosmo seeds. Mixed pink zinia seeds.


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RE: WANTED: needing Maxamillion sunflowers

I have rudbeckia herbstonne - a tall, perennial sunflower-type - for your zinnia seed; also a bunch of heirloom tomatoes. I could send you my list - Doreen.


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RE: WANTED: needing Maxamillion sunflowers

Ok Doreen. Thank you. Send me an e-mail at blissvill@yahoo.com. sonds like a good trade. Let me know if there is anything else you are looking for. I may have it.


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RE: WANTED: needing Maxamillion sunflowers

its not that close to the maximillion sunflower, but i have a LOT of dwarf sunflowers, more of the classic type but smaller sized.

also i have various greens and leafies =) like spinach, kale and cabbage

let me know if you want to trade

Here is a link that might be useful: my trade list


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RE: WANTED: needing Maxamillion sunflowers

I can do maximillion , seeds are a little difficult Last time I went through 20,000 or more to get 18 I was sure would grow ,, small plant starts from a second large plant that grew on it's own is easier ..
What do you say ?


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