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Looking for many things plants for our homestead

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A list of things I'm looking to buy/trade for:

Edible Turk's cap hibiscus
A. manihot hibiscus
Edible day lily flower types
Wild hydrangea
Joe pye weed
Fennel seeds
Dill seeds
Chervil seeds
Anise seeds
Chilean guava plants/seeds
Cold hardy citrus
Cold hardy avocado
Passiflora incarnata seeds aka maypop
Good fruit quality cold hardy opuntia cactus types
Green tree collards(had a nice one from a member here but chickens got it...)
Perennial edible flowers like Dahlia etc
Taro and malanga varieties
Cassava varieties
Edible true yam varieties
Cold hardy fruit(Japanese raisin tree, melon berry, mayhaw, etc)
Tupelo seeds
Manuka seeds
Various pepper seeds
Ube tubers
Pigmented potato varieties
Rare sweet potato varieties
Marsh mallow seeds
What do you have you think has a place on any sustainable homestead?


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