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HAVE: St. Johnswort seeds, American pennyroyal

Posted by currentriverdenny 7 semo (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 2, 13 at 15:48

I have a few trades of hypericum perforatum and
And hedeoma I am seeking boneset and castor beans
Passiflora cerulean and any medicinal seeds well almost any
Tempt me with what you have!


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RE: HAVE: St. Johnswort seeds, American pennyroyal

Hi, I have castor beans and boneset. You can check my trade list to see if any plants and herbs there would serve as medicinal. I will send you an email.


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RE: HAVE: St. Johnswort seeds, American pennyroyal

Hi,

I am interested in your american Pennyroyal plant. I have herbs that I can share - tarragon, rosemary, sage, oregano and mints (balm of gilead and grapefruit). Most of the mints are dormant now. But the others should be available to share.

Please let me know if you still have the pennyroyal available. Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: St. Johnswort seeds, American pennyroyal

I have castor bean seed and would very much like to get some St JOHNS WORT Please let me know if we can trade.


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RE: HAVE: St. Johnswort seeds, American pennyroyal

I am looking for wild American Pennyroyal (i called it mosquito grass and haven't seen any since I was a kid). I have a wooded area and would like to cultivate a wild patch. I have red sassafras, persimmon, and various wild fruit trees as well as wild blackberries, yellow sorrel, and a wide variety of domesticated and wild plants.


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