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Selling Murasaki Sweet Potato Plants

 
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I have fully rooted (LARGE ROOT BALL) in potting soil and are 100% ready for immediate outdoor planting if you live in a frost-free warm zone.

The Murasaki sweet Potato variety is a purple-skinned Japanese sweet potato with unique white-flesh and a distinctive nutty flavor.

Full Description

The purple beauty's soft white flesh is loaded with vitamin C and dietary fiber and will be a summer standout in your garden and kitchen. Robust, Murasaki is resistant to both southern root-knot nematode and Fusarium root rot.

Each purchase will include FREE GOODIES of seeds: Your choices of Asian cucumber, Winter Melon, Echinacea Purpurea Cone Flower, Tomatoes, and Asian eggplant.

Days to Maturity

90-110 days

Sun

Full Sun

Spread

48-72 inches

Height

12-18 inches

Sow Method

Direct Sow

Planting Time

Spring

Very Hardy & Easy to Grow

100% Organic / Non-GMO / Grown Chemical & Pesticide Free

FREE DOMESTIC PRIORITY MAIL SHIPPING TO CONUS

SHIPPING TIME: I can either ship at buyers request ASAP when we both have 0 risk of frost or ship in early spring.

SATISFACTION GUARANTEED: If there are at all any issues or questions, please contact me so that I can resolve any problems!

PLEASE FAVORITE ME AS A SELLER AND CHECK BACK AS I PLAN TO OFFER OTHER AMAZING SWEET POTATO VARIETIES ALL YEAR LONG SUCH AS Murasaki

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AND THE SUPER RARE Hawaiian Okinawan

ALSO FEEL FREE TO REACH OUT TO MY FOR ANY SPECIAL AND CUSTOM REQUESTS!

I was thinking $1 unrooted cuttings, $2 rooted cuttings, and $3-$5 rooted in soil, all depending on how many one buys
 
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Are you able to send these to BC Canada? I am asking for a friend....
 
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Location: Lynnwood, Washington
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I’m interested! Can you ship to Washington state? How do you accept payment?
 
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jordan barton wrote:Are you able to send these to BC Canada? I am asking for a friend....



Sorry for the delayed response, No I am not
 
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Kassandra Obrien wrote:I’m interested! Can you ship to Washington state? How do you accept payment?



Yes I can, I accept paypal and venmo
 
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Also selling Organic Japanese Asian Murasaki Sweet Potato Cuttings/slips

Only $1-$2 each +shipping costs depending on quantity bought

Pictures: https://imgur.com/a/PGZI8DP

You will receive tip cuttings that are quick & easy to root in water and/or soil.
Then they can be planted in the garden, where they'll spread over the ground and start making those delicious sweet potatoes! Dig them out after about 4 months, or when the vines start to decline in the fall.
 
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