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AAA NOTE all I am a newbie gardener who has many very small/young plants. that is the reason they are not for trade yet. When they grow in, they will be. I have a separate trade list for a ton of mostly purchased seeds consisting of edibles and ornamentals appropriate for my climate which is available on request. It is very extensive and constantly changing. Right now, I'm basically using this list to keep track of my newly acquired plants.
I am very interested in trading seeds for varieties I don't have.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
No worries, be happy, create your gardens!! :D
Jackfruit Artocarpus heterophyllus 10/8/12
I have a few sprouted seedlings in 16 oz styrofoam cups. They are growing fast and will have to be transplanted very soon
I have 4 different varieties from seed, some yellow fruit, some orange fruit. These all came from nearly latex free parents. From Thailand
Once these are transplanted to larger pots, I will not ship them.
These are special trades only