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any native southern wax myrtle owners out there?

 
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i bought a hand full from a guy on ebay, didnt realize they were from Lithuania, i have about half of them 6 inches tall or so, but accidentally tumped over one of the pots and it was water logged, all but 3 or 4 nice starters oozed out of the pot and were ruined.

Anyway, thats why i wanted to find some more seeds so i can get them started before the winter, hoping i can make up for the loss. Until i realized nobody was selling real, southern US, native wax myrtle. I forget the name, but I thought i'd had so much luck on here in the past with folks with seeds, thought i'd drop by here first.

Does anyone have any for sure, real deal, southern wax myrtle seeds for sale or trade? I got lots of elderberry seeds to trade.
 
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