samiam
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silver dollar seeds

I have plenty of silver dollar seeds for anyone whom wants. I am looking for something different. I really don't know what. A perennial preferrably.

qroger
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Samiam,
I could trade you some red yucca, Hesperaloe parviflora that Ibught on Ebay. I had a near 100% germination rate and have all the little yucca plants I need right now...

ShumNum
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Ohhh! I love silver dollar plants!! They remind me of my grandmother (who has long since passed away). I would love some seeds, but unfortunately do not have anything to trade right now :( Will you still have them for a while when maybe I have some seeds to offer??

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Garden Diva
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OOh yes .. i would love silver dollar seeds

i have been looking for this plant ,, my grandmother had them .. everywhere around she home .. but i guess they are called another name ... cause i have searched for them .. with no luck

i would love to exchange
Simply gorgeous and devastatingly marvelous
Garden Diva

"Be happy, reclaim it, and embrace it and never apologize for your own happiness."

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Gnome
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Garden Diva,

Is this the plant you are referring to, Lunaria annua?
[img]https://vandusen.plantexplorers.com/images/L/Lunaria_annua_03.jpg[/img]
They come in at least two colors, blue/purple and white.

Norm

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Some people call these "Honesty" .
roger

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JennyC
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I have purple (flower color, right?). Would love to trade for veggies, pref. non-hybrid; I'm also looking for soybean for a cover crop now.
Jenny C

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Re: silver dollar seeds

samiam wrote:I have plenty of silver dollar seeds for anyone whom wants. I am looking for something different. I really don't know what. A perennial preferrably.
I am going to get my hands on some straw flowers. I have some floating around my house but if I can't find them, I'm going to get some. They dry beautifully. I'll share mine if you'll share yours. (My mom grew these when I was little and I love them.)

:) Renee

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