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    Well- remember to ask for anything that may not be included in those packages- these are all genuine offers gal! x
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hans Mum View Post
    Oh my more tears here.....2 parcels received yesterday from LD & VVG filled with seeds & a very handy packet of tisues from LD Thank you both so very much I am overwhelmed with your generosity and its amazing that people ive never 'met' can show such kindness.
    I even managed to nab an empty choccie tin from work so something to put them in...DD walked in a found me putting them in order & just shook her head - kids what do they know
    Thanks once again you lovely people xx
    I am thrilled they are with you and if there are other seeds that you had self saved or were just plain rare and desired, write them up on here, because somebody somewhere is sure to have them. Have a look at the lists on my blog (and it is not a ruse to get you to read my ramblings) - it's just where I stick up my varietal (?) lists. Anything you fancy, I can send some off.
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    Don't forget that anything in the VSP is also available, HM. Just let me know what you'd like and I'll send it to you.
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    ooooh just thought, I may have a few Oca tubers if you want some, will harvest tomorrow. let me know and Ill put some aside for you

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackyspratty View Post
    ooooh just thought, I may have a few Oca tubers if you want some, will harvest tomorrow. let me know and Ill put some aside for you

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    I was hoping you had left an "r" out Donna as I am looking for some Ocra seeds..........plenty of time though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigmallly View Post
    I was hoping you had left an "r" out Donna as I am looking for some Ocra seeds..........plenty of time though.
    You're a norty boy but I grow Okra. I'll have a look. Any variety?
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    Glad you got them safe and sound HM,i just knew them tissues would be useful ,like others have said,let peeps know what you would like replacing,even if you already been sent small amounts,and you need more of the same,just yell out,i only sent you a small amount of what i had,so you got a bit of lots,nothing like having seeds to fondle,and drawl over,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigmallly View Post
    I was hoping you had left an "r" out Donna as I am looking for some Ocra seeds..........plenty of time though.
    I didn't know you could grow Orcas from seed - although I know they're found in pods
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