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Seeds for trade or sale (Herbs, Flowers, Greens and OP Parsnip)

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Location: Maine (zone 5)
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I have the following items for sale or trade. Everything is either wild harvested or has been collected from my growing areas.  I've got enough of all these items to last for the rest of my life, so I'd like to move them along to other permies so I can make room for new things that I don' have yet.  I'm happy to trade or sell.  I'll list a price but feel free to make a trade offer.  I'm really hoping for more perennial herbs and roots.  I'll certainly entertain just about anything that might grow here in zone 5.  

I have

OP Parsnip- 400 seeds-  $5

Wild garlic mustard- 100 seeds- $5 (very limited supply)

Lemon Balm 250 seeds - $5  (very limited)

Greens mix (collards, red russian kale, tuscano kale, red mustard) - 200 seeds  - $5

Marigolds (offspring of Durango Mix)  300 seeds - $10

I also have tons of Squash seeds that are of no specific known variety.  It's a quirky bunch of genetics for sure.  If you're interested in a total "wild card" I'll throw some in with any other trade or sale.  Most of the parents are butternut, acorn, hubbard, zucchini (costata romanesca) and yellow crookneck.  I've had a few really good ones, including the huge "Acorn Pumpkin" that we ate for Thanksgiving.  It's fun and a good way to experiment, if you have room for such experiments.  

Of course I still have plenty of Siberian Peashrub seed too.

PM me if you're interested in anything and we can work it out. Larger quantities are available for some items.  Just ask and I'll work out a discount on bulk.  

Thanks everyone  

I'll hopefully be trying to do a scion wood sale/trade in a couple weeks too.  Anyone like apples?
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