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Hi

I'm looking for purslane and plantain seeds to plant in my garden. If anyone has a lot and would like to share some I'd be so grateful.
I could send you an envelope with a stamp to send me the seeds.

Thanks!
 
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Hi Lotte,
What is your approximate location?  It's kind of frowned upon to send seeds across borders.  Due to some restrictions, sending seeds by mail can be challenging.  By posting more about your location others in your area, or country, might be able to send them without any hassle.
 
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Depending on where you live, both of those could be quite common in the area.  If they were, transplanting some may be an option.  I think purslane would transplant easily, not sure about plantain.
 
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Thanks for the replies.
I live in southern Oregon in the US
 
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Hmm, I don't know Oregon that well.  Hopefully another permie from that region can pipe up.  Good luck!
 
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