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Looking to swap seeds via snail mail from Florida, USA. Want open pollinated heirlooms, preferably the seeds of which the origin is known.

Willing to ship international if you send SASE, prefer to stay within USA.

Really want Scarlet Runner Bean and Alexandria Strawberry
Currently Have from rareseeds.com:

-Corn Po'suwaegeh Blue,
-Carrot Atomic Red,
-Onion Red of Florence,
-Cauliflower Purple of Sicily,
-Squash Seminole Pumpkin,
-Corn Oaxacan Green Dent,
-Sunflower Mammoth Grey Striped,
-Sunflower Lemon Queen,
-Wonderberry aka Sunberry,
-Watermelon Crimson Sweet,
-Melon Golden Crispy,
-Shallu or Egyptian Wheat and
-Black Hulless Barley.

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Sound delightful.

Could you let us know what part of the world you are shipping from and where you are willing to ship to?

There are a lot of international members here, but sometimes extra care needs to be taken for internationally shipping seeds. Like for example, shipping to and from Canada, seeds can often be crushed in the machines.
 
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R Ranson wrote:Sound delightful.

Could you let us know what part of the world you are shipping from and where you are willing to ship to?

There are a lot of international members here, but sometimes extra care needs to be taken for internationally shipping seeds. Like for example, shipping to and from Canada, seeds can often be crushed in the machines.



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