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Plant trade Broward County. FL?

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Location: South Florida
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I'm here in Ft. Lauderdale and have the following plants: Piper lolot, cuban oregano, moringa (seedlings), mango volunteers, cassava cuttings, Bacopa monnieri, and seeds of lemon grass, holy basil, and cranberry hibiscus to trade.
I'm looking particularly for edible hibiscus (Abelmoschus manihot) plants, but also water spinach and I'm open to other perennial edibles.

I'd really like to be in touch with any local permies.

Thank you.
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