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kimbledawn
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Free Seeds!

Free Seeds! I have read some requests for free seeds and I found this link on a homesteading forum. They said "

Address is
The Seed Corps
po box 1705
Santa Rosa,California,95402

They ship to the USA AND overseas!See that you Brits,NZ's,Oz's and Canadians,good for you too!

Just put a note in an envelope that says something like
Dear Folks,please send me the free seeds.My address is .....
Thank You,

https://www.dinnergarden.org/needSeeds.html

I hope it is ok to pass this along.

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Sage Hermit
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Re: I hope its ok to pass this along.

Thank you for sharing the link, kimbledawn. Can't get enough free stuff & seeds. There is also a national sunflower project similar to this. www.greatsunflower.org Or just go buy some sunflower seeds and plant them asap.


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tylianna
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Thanks! I went there and it had some neat info.
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yes

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"Great Sunflower" is an academic/botanical/essential project which enlists the aid of volunteer gardeners and wildlife supporters in counting how many bees visit specific sunflower species. The project has been discussed inside the following two threads here at THG:

https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=77877
https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=71965

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Now wouldn't it be great if everyone saved some seed for next year and donated it back to dinnergarden? What a great cause :)



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