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Anybody want to split packets of perennial vegetable seed?

 
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I'm trying to buy seeds for just about every perennial vegetable that could theoretically grow in Denver. And it will be fairly expensive, since I will have to buy a few packets of seed here and a few there.

However, I don't want 30 scorzonera or Good King Henry seeds.

Does anyone want to split packets of seed and the cost? I would buy them, and then hand on half packets to you. I would not ask anyone for money until I actually had the seeds.

It would best if you were in the Denver area.

If you want the list of varieties I am ordering, just let me know.

I will be ordering within the next week, so that I have time to stratify things before spring.
 
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I'd like the list. Thanks.
 
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A few of these are not perennial, and I probably missed some things, but here goes:

Beet berry
Alpine strawberry
Chicory
currant
echinacea
gojiberry
good King Henry
goumi
Lamb's quarters
Lovage
prairie turnip
purple poppy mallow
burnet
salsify
sea kale
sorrel
sylvetta arugula
hardy kiwi
chives
garlic chives
Turkish rocket
English daisy
Carpathian bellflower
Biscuit root
oregano
scorzonera
violets
hollyhock
 
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Yes, I’d be interested. I’m zone 4 in NW Montana with a short grow season. I have a few seeds( dill, cilantro, lettuce, corn, cherry tomatoes and Egyptian walking onion bulbletts. Would be willing to share at no no cost but willing to go in with you for your list of items also.
 
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FYI I got a couple of those through JL Hudson, Seedsman. VERY reasonably priced. No-frills catalog. Recommended!
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