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by dodge on September 14, 2006 04:21 AM
Out of Borage...........would anyone want money plant seeds>?

dodge

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by joclyn on September 14, 2006 07:14 AM
i'll bite [Wink] (could always use some more money!!)

i've got bearded iris (purple) and gladiola (magenta) and daylily (orange). waiting for the purple hyacinth bean vine seed pods to ripen. also have sedum...not sure which variety, tho.
by dodge on September 14, 2006 07:25 AM
joclyn,

How about If I choose Gladiola (magenta)..

For my money........lol
What else would u like?

Is that a seed or bulb?

dodge
[Love]

[nutz]

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by joclyn on September 14, 2006 10:59 AM
the gladiola is bulb. what else do you have?
by dodge on September 14, 2006 08:41 PM
joclyn,

Check this list out

Seeds I have to Swap..

Single poppys ..mis
Shirley poppy
Buttermilk poppy
Purple columbine
Danish cross poppy
Money plant
Giant coleus
Dalhia
Floss flower
Lambs ear
Mexican hats
Sweet basil
4 oclocks
Lantana
Kiss me over ggarden gate
Nicandia blue
Sho fly
White datura
Jewels of opar
Purple morning glory

Sush balsam
Verbena
Zinnias
Snow on the mountain.
Maltese cross
Money plant
Marrow or mallow
Love Lies bleeding
Mini zinnias

See if you want more .....send my email with the addy and I will send mine.

take 5 at least.

dodge [Big Grin]

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by joclyn on September 15, 2006 02:35 AM
wow! you've got a lot of stuff!

purple columbine would be nice to have. i'm not familiar with some on the list...will have to look them up. i don't have time now, lunch is about done and i have to get back to work...so i'll do that tonite

thanks!

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