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Does anybody have a few seeds that they would be willing to part with if I sent a SASE? I need an over story Nfixer over my vetch, alfalfa, and clover.
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check out J.L. Hudson. I've gotten Caragana seeds from him a couple of times.
 
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Thanks Tel
Is he a member of the forum here? If so not sure how to locate him on the board. I'm new here and still figuring things out.

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not on the forum. but here's a link: J.L. Hudson, Seedsman.
 
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Thanks Tel.
 
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I do have a few seeds that I would share, but I think after postage here and back, you'll probably be better off buying a package for yourself. J.L. Hudson has both Caragana arborescens and C. microphylla, which I believe are the pea trees/shrubs you're after.
 
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Thanks for GH info Tel. I'll look into it.
 
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I got it from ebay...
 
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