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    Durham_Digger is offline Germinator
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolkgrey View Post
    Who would like to join in a Flower Seed swap this year? Open to up to 20 members.
    Save seeds from at least 2 varieties of flowers (preferably not F1), bag them up at the end of the year (so if 20 members you'd need to send in 19 packets of each type of seed), post them to me with some stamps for return postage, and grow some luvly flowers from our gardens next year.

    Anyone interested?
    Closes to members on 31st October. Anyone who hasn't said what they have saved by 31st October will be removed from the list. Peeps must meet the vine swap rules by this date.

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    1.Norfolkgrey - Nigella (transformer), Oats (Caffreys), Sunflower (?), Sweet Pea (?), Jobs Tears, Nicandra, Nicotiana (pretty sport/rogue), Tithonia.
    2. Scarlet
    3. Seasprout
    4. Thelma Sanders - Verbena Bonariensis and Lavender Candyfloss poppy
    5. WPG - Alstro. (Apollo), ?
    6. Climbing nasturtium and tigridia
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    Quote Originally Posted by Durham_Digger View Post
    6. Climbing nasturtium and tigridia
    Hi and welcome to the vine You are now on the list

    Incase you didn't check the rules, we like new folk to stick around and chat especially before swapsies. You are relatively safe, they are a good bunch on here (just maybe a little odd ) so jump in anywhere. Have fun
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    In order to keep in touch, I’m hoping to share a cosmos, possibly a marigold, possibly a calendula.... possibly lots of other nice things.
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    Hi all can I join in please? My chamomile, chrysanthemums and morning glories germinated and I'm happy to share seeds if they produce. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Squingy View Post
    Hi all can I join in please? My chamomile, chrysanthemums and morning glories germinated and I'm happy to share seeds if they produce. Thanks.
    All done and added. Just don't stop posting

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    Can I join in; or is it not feasible outside UK? I have tons of Gazania seeds of various colours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolkgrey View Post
    All done and added. Just don't stop posting
    Thanks for all the hard work. You guys are awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by boatsman View Post
    Can I join in; or is it not feasible outside UK? I have tons of Gazania seeds of various colours.
    EU countries not requiring declaration forms is about as far as my comfort zone goes and then it is still at the grapes risk/ responsibility. I have just checked and there are several types of seed which are prohibited for Israel, so unfortunately it is a definite 'no'. Also the return postage alone would be £13.35 (that we ask people to send English stamps to cover) if that makes you feel any better.
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