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I can send each of you at least 8-10 mini-gourds for SASE, some are really tiny, about 1 inch to 5 inches. They are already dry so they are very light weight, I don't know whether to send them in a box, or in a padded envelope, you guys tell me which you prefer, it should not cost more than 2.00 , I would think.
I'll mail them on Friday of next week, send me your name and address via D-mail and I'll package them up. You can send postage now or wait till I send them off.
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I'd like to try some of these. I have lots of gourds and seeds, but only a few egg gourds that small. Please send mine in a box,just to be safe. Will send money now and if it is more, will send it later.
When you guys get a chance, please send me your addresses via D-mail... I'll pack them up this week and send out Friday before or after my class.. It will give me a chance to package them up and find boxes, that is probably the best way to go.
Sent you guys d-mail, but forgot to say that in one of the boxes, I put in a shriveled up gourd in case you all feel bad cutting into one to get the seeds, you can use this one for seeds, only, I don't remember which box got it.
I'll tell you, I was really shocked at how many gourds grew on these small vines. I use a cattle panel to grow them and they looked fantastic hanging all over.. I didn't take photos though, too much to do. But, I plan to grow more this year..