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Hans J

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my new seed offer
« on: July 31, 2020, 11:55:55 AM »
Hello

I've been collecting some seeds and here is my offer
If interested, please PM - I give the seeds in exchange or for a small amount and my postage - and packaging costs ... I don't want to give anything away for nothing
Please write quickly ... first come ...first  served
Plant friends with whom I have already exchanged are preferred (the exchange can also make later)

Acanthus mollis ( mother plants ex Sicily )
Brimeura fastigata ( mother plants ex Corsica )
Cyclamen Mix
Gladiolus communis ( mother plants ex Toskany )
Lonicera rupicola var.syringantha
Massonia latebrosa
Muscari anatolicum (mother plants ex Turkey )
Nothoscordum spec. Argentina
Pachyphragma macrophylla
Rebutia spec. DH 398  ( Sierra Medina )
Scilla litardierii ( mother plants ex Montenegro)
Tulbaghia galpini
Tulipa armena (mother plants ex Turkey )
Tulipa sprengeri ex Ruby Baker
Viola chaerophylloides ‘Benizuru’

Have fun
Hans
« Last Edit: August 05, 2020, 10:08:42 PM by Hans J »
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Re: my new seed offer
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2020, 03:09:11 PM »
Another  great offer  of  seed  from you, Hans - especially  when we  cannot  look forward to the  SRGC seed  Exchange  this  year,  I understand  your  words  about " I don't want to give anything away for nothing"   because  post  and  packing  all costs  money and  it  is  only  fair  to pay  for  those  costs.
 I will send  you  a  PM with some  requests!
 M
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