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Hi,

I'm new on this site today, and would like to do a "seed request". I have tried to find some of the Winged Beans and Pigeon Peas. I ask if
their is maybe a possible trade for some. I have some purple Hyacinth bean seeds; also- I am about ready to get to the store
to buy some seeds for 2012- maybe I could pick some up that you are looking for.


John H. central west Florida zone 9b
 
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Location: Foothills north of L.A., zone 9ish mediterranean
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Welcome to the board! I have some winged beans, be happy to send you some. Daylight sensitive, so it will put out nothing but leaves and vines until fall equinox and then suddenly flower and start producing pods.

 
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So far so good..... I've got hyacinth beans to trade, sunflower also...maybe Fla. broadleaf
mustard. What i need/want and live for is Pigeon peas; they grow well in Florida's climate....
much appreciation...
John H. zone 9b
 
                          
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