gentry.seagraves
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getting garden started

I'm helping my father get his garden together, and we're both on a fixed income. Any veggie seeds at all would be greatly appreciated.

Lemme know, and i can give you my address.

Thanks heaps, and i'll have plenty to share next year!

pondlady
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Location: Glenwood, Utah

Re: getting garden started

I have there seeds if you would send me 2 stamps for them,'
Garden Veggies
Cilantro - 2 trades
Anise - 2 trades
Flowering Chives - 2 trade
Garden Huckelberry 1 trade
Celeriac
Dill
Fennel
Chamomial
Gourd Bushel basket & Mystery ??
Pea peas-in-a-pot
Minnesota midget melon
cabbage
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gentry.seagraves
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Re: getting garden started

Give me about a week until I can afford stamps and i'll get on it. thank you.

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LA47
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Location: Idaho

Re: getting garden started

Send me a post and I'll mail you some seeds.
High Altitude Gardener zone 4B or 5A

gentry.seagraves
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Re: getting garden started

a post? as in an envelope?

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LA47
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Re: getting garden started

Sorry, at the bottom of the message area is a button saying P Mes. (personal message). Click on that button and you can send me your address. Your P. Mes is locked out so I can't P.M. you.
High Altitude Gardener zone 4B or 5A

gentry.seagraves
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Re: getting garden started

Thanks Linda from ID!!!!!!!!!! Got your package today and will be starting a bunch tonight! Thanks so much!



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