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HAVE: Thungergia alata

Posted by bigred z8 Ark. (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 17, 12 at 10:10

aka Black eyed susan vine "Spanish Eyes" bloomed profusely until hit by hard frost in Nov but made surprisenly few seeds or they dropped before I could get to them.

Trades only....see my wish list or make me an offer of unusual annuals.

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RE: HAVE: Thungergia alata

have a bush moon flower.


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Do you have any tips on germinating these? I bought seeds last spring and got ZERO germination!


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after the last chance of frost. place seed in a cup of hot water out of the tap,let soak over night. pick out a well drained spot,work in some compost. dig 1/2" holes 2' apart. place seed in hole,water throughly. hope this helps David


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I am interested in this along with any balloon flower and any clemantis you would like to trade for (possibly all the types you have listed?) I have more edibles than flowers/plants if you're interested. If not, I have trumpet vine and carolina jessamine that I recently received. Please have a look at my trade list and see if anything interests you. If not, would you consider an sase for your seeds?


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Thank you for your offers but my beds are pretty full and I don't do a veg. garden any more and any edibles I do must be ornamental as well so I'm really looking for what's on my wish list or really unusual choice seeds.

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OK have Burgundy Okra also. thanks for looking David


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never mind! I just traded for some. David


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I am still interested in trading but I think I accidentally deleted your email. Please send another. Thank you.


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Please check my list for a possible trade.

Thanks! Michele


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email sent


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  • Posted by jungle87 Southern Illinois, 6 (My Page) on
    Sun, Jan 13, 13 at 19:26

Nice, they are kinda invasive in my garden they come up everywhere in my flower beds. I still like them though they just reseed like crazy sometimes.


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