I would like to trade seeds for postage stamps from countries other than the U.S. and Canada. Cancelled stamps are perfectly fine. Duplicates are also o.k. as I use the duplicates in craft projects. I realize that most people don't have a stockpile of cancelled postage stamps laying around, but if you are interested in this, let me know what seeds you want and I'll reserve them for you while you accumulate the stamps. The "exchange rate" is 25 stamps per seed offer.
You may leave the stamps on the paper. Just trim the paper to within several millimetres of the stamp. If you really want to remove the stamps from the paper, soak them in water until the stamp falls off on its own. Trying to peel the stamp off of dry paper can damage the stamp.
We are new to Dave's Garden. I am a stamp collector and a crafter/artist as well as a gardener. I have an accumulation of stamps, most of which I have already soaked. Friends supply me with foreign stamps, but I have purchased bags at stamp shows so have lots of duplicates. The seeds that you have are possibly not harty enough for our Iowa zone 4, but perhaps there is something of interest that you have.
That's an old defunct e-mail address. Try again by clicking on my Dave's Garden name. (I'd post my e-mail address here, but when fully spelled out, they are a magnet for spammers who have search engines or bots that look for such things, plus my new address uses my full name which I don't care to display for the whole world to see.)