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I'm having a hard time locating sources for American Hog Peanut Amphicarpaea bracteata and Groundnut Apios americana.

If anyone has any they would like to sell or trade, or knows of a source, that would be great. 

 
                                      
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OikosTree Crops has both.

http://oikostreecrops.com/store/home.asp
 
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Thank you! 
 
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yes thanks as I hope to do more perennial veggies next year..and wanted to try those
 
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'Oikos is sold out of their groundnuts . But I found some cultivated selections at Tripple Brook Nursery. The Groundnut Farm sells a wild type. Both have websites.'

 
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