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Hello whom this may concern!

I'm feeling the need to gather up what I can before anything happens that might inhibit the ability to obtain things. On a side note is anyone else feeling the urgency that something to the effect of a shtf scenario is not far around the corner?

Anyways looking to buy or trade for the following
zone 8-9 hardy species or varieties unless it's an annual species or whatever:

Peaches, nectarines, plums(wild types, grafted trees, mostly true to type varieties seedlings, etc)
Medlar
Salad burnet
Watercress
Common milkweed
Pansy flower
Horehound
White sage
Rhubarb
Artichoke
Cardoon
Egyptian spinach
Jicama
Boneset
Tomatillo(purple kind if possible)
Melothria pendula
Culantro
Lovage
Water caltrop
Good King Henry
Valerian
Rhodiola
Astraligus
Mullein
Various plantain herb species
Rattlesnake plantain
Grape Mahonia aka Oregon grape
Chinese toon leaf
Pistachio
Pomegranate varieties
Basswood aka liden tree
Oca and other Andean tuber crops
Tuberous nasturtium
Salsify
Queen Anne's lace or wild carrot
Yarrow
Rose of Sharon
Marshmallow
All-in-one almond
Pecans
Hazelnut
Chinquapin
Improved oaks for quality edible acorns
Quality opuntia fruiting varieties
Native pawpaw and/or good varieties
Cold hardy edible fruiting palms
The most cold hardy avocado types
Quality loquats
Fennel
Anise
Licorice
Hyssop
Anise hyssop
Skullcap
Lemon thyme
Lemon catnip
Lemon verbena
Sweet Cicely
American Chestnut
Cold hardy citrus
Che fruit
Japanese raisin tree
Apples/pears/Asian pears for this area(8b-ish)
White mulberry and other large fruiting sweet varities
Any quality nut trees not mentioned above(butternut, hickory, etc)
Perennial brassicas
Physalis peruviana seeds
Perennial and or wild edible alliums
Perennial, uncommon, culinary, annual, medicinal herbs
Heirloom, perennial, annual, landrace, open pollinated, non GMO veggies
Hybrid stone fruits such as aprium or plumcot
Hardy fruiting passifloras
Quality persimmon varieties
Roses for edible Rose hips production
Hawthorn
Cherries for this zone(want good quality types but also wild types)
Berries of all types including brambles, blueberries and relatives, gooseberry, solanum species, Juneberry, honeyberry, currants, highbush cranberry, aronia, elder, etc - basically any kind you think might grow well here)
Quince
Dioscorea edible species
Hardy tuber crops
Sweet potato varieties
Taro/malanga varieties
Sizable Pine nut types that might grow here
Vigorous squash or melon varieties(like Seminole pumpkin or vine peach)
Tupelo
Neem
Tea tree
Pollinator attractors(such as chaste tree, bottlebrush, etc)
Biomass and nutrition accumulaters
Exotic unusual hardy edible species of any classifications
True damiana
Black goji
Prolific native fruits of any sort with decent to good fruit quality
Plants that make strong dark natural dyes especially if the coloring is also food safe
Amaranth varieties
Jobs tears
Non GMO grain corn varieties
Prolific peppers hot or not hot
Heat tolerant slow bolt lettuce varieties
Veggies that can be grown in the zone 8ish area that are hardy enough to not be effected by direct frosts
Water celery
Fish mint
Other aquatic edibles veggie or herb
Edible fiddlehead ferns that may grow here
Mayhaw
True Wasabi
Horseradish
Chicory
Burdock
Feverfew
Zinnias
Calendula
Edible varieties of often used for ornamental purposes such as day lily, begonias, pepperomia, dalhia, tiger lily, hostas, etc
Cold hardy guava family members
Cold hardy edible fruiting banana varieties
Hardy kiwi types
Muscadine or other disease resistant grape varieties
Southern sugar maple (Acer barbatum var. floridanum)
Colonized edible/medicinal mushroom plugs
Might possibly buy dried edible/medicinal homegrown or wildcrafted herbs, fruits, tobacco(pesticides free), mushrooms etc make offers
Bitter variety calea zacatechichi
Other useful permaculture based plant species
Composting worms(really need to get this going)
Bitter melon preferably a large fruit type

This is by no means a complete list. This was all I could think of off the top of my head in a few mins. Make offers and also ask what I may have for trade. Will buy too as trades aren't totally necessary. What do you have that's cool, rare, edible, medicinal, useful, etc? Definitely make suggestions if you thought of something not listed here.

Thanks for your help!
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