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I want some Jerusalem artichokes. I have two Troy ounces of .999 pure silver to barter with. Please let me know below how many sunchoke tubers plus shipping would be a good barter for you.
Shipping would be to zip code:38703 Greenville, Ms
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Hoping for red flowers I bought red tubers from ebay but dissapointingly had yellow flowers but I'm well satisfied with the size and shape of the resulting tubers. I expect they'll provide a lot of green manure as I cut them back from encroaching on the garden beds.
 
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Burl Smith wrote:Hoping for red flowers I bought red tubers from ebay but dissapointingly had yellow flowers but I'm well satisfied with the size and shape of the resulting tubers. I expect they'll provide a lot of green manure as I cut them back from encroaching on the garden beds.



I don't understand. Am I missing something?
 
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Silvanus Rempel wrote:will barter 2 Troy ounces of .999 silver for Jerusalem artichokes. Shipping included.



Where are you located?
 
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Trace Oswald wrote:

Silvanus Rempel wrote:will barter 2 Troy ounces of .999 silver for Jerusalem artichokes. Shipping included.



Where are you located?



Greenville Ms
 
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2 oz is just about exactly what it will take to cover postage of ten pounds in a large flat rate box USPS
 
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Silvanus Rempel wrote:

Trace Oswald wrote:

Silvanus Rempel wrote:will barter 2 Troy ounces of .999 silver for Jerusalem artichokes. Shipping included.



Where are you located?



Greenville Ms



You probably aren't interested in waiting, but in the late summer, early fall, I'll have lots of them. I'm happy to send you some.
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