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I have the following seeds for sale from my gardens and food forest areas.  Everything was harvested this year from plants on my property.  If you see something you would like to have, PM me with a list of what you'd like and I'll send you an invoice through paypal.   Some things are very limited so it's first come first serve.  Seeds go in the mail as soon as payment is received.  Orders over $30 get a free seed gift of something not listed below.  I can only ship to US and Canada at this time. (sorry)


Flowers ($5 per pack)

-White Cosmos (50 seeds)
-Striped Seed Sunflower (50 seeds)
-Nasturtium (yellow and orange color mix) (50 seeds)
-Marigold (red and yellow mix) (100 seeds)

Squashes ($5 per pack, 50 seeds per pack)

-Acorn
-Butternut
-Blue Hubbard

Kales ($5 per pack, 100 seeds per pack)

-Red Russian
-Green Dinosaur
-Collard Greens

Beans and Peas (each packet 5 dollars)

-Snap Peas (fresh eating, 150 seeds)
-Yellow Soup Peas (for dry shelling, 150 seeds)
-Cranberry Beans (dry shelling, 150 seeds)
-Scarlet runner beans (50 seeds)

Wild Harvested
- Goat's Beard (one pack of 50 seeds available) $5

Herbs

-Green Basil (200 seeds $5)
-Dill (200 seeds $5)
-Fennel (200 seeds $5)
-Anise Hyssop (250+ seeds $10)


-Fodder squashes (mixed varieties for animal feed or flower harvesting, 100 seeds $10)

-Mixed Garden Beans (150 seeds $5)

-Siberian peashrub (100 seeds, $10)

Any purchase over $30, gets a free seed gift of something not listed above.
Thanks for all of your support, permie peeps!

If you have any questions, just ask.
 
Craig Dobbson
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This is one of the spaces that I've used for trialing different seed mixes.  A lot of my favorite squashes have come out of this space, as well as a number of pretty awesome flowers that I've used to make my house smell nice throughout the season.

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Mix up the seeds and throw them all over... this it what happens.
 
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My seeds arrived today -- thanks, Craig!


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Siberian peashrub
 
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Awesome!  please keep me updated on how they do for you. 
 
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I give this seed source 10 out of 10 acorns.


I've received two lots of seeds from Craig and they are growing great.  Shipping was fast and the seeds arrived intact. 

The pea shrubs are growing the best so far, even in my abusive neglect of a nursery.

 
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Here's a picture of what happened the year I broadcast all of my leftover seed in a new garden space. 
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and then I let it all go to seed again
 
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