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Thread: Flower Seeds

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    Senior Member Anna.425's Avatar
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    I have mauve columbine seeds that I am interested in swapping flower seeds. I live in Washington State, planting zone 7A. Columbine will grow just about anywhere. I will also have dark purple in the middle of the summer and my neighbor has a white that I am coveting. Let me know if you are interested.

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    Beautiful flowers. What kind of flower seed are you intereted in?

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    Those are really pretty!! I have all colors of Columbine.

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    I have a question. Does the purple bloom later than the pink??
    From your post it sounds like it.
    I have the pink, would love some purple! What do you want to trade for??

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    wow theres are lovely... I have some 4 o'clock seeds if you are interested.

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    My purples are in bloom now. I am happy to send you some seeds even if you don't have a trade. Send mailing information.

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    Always interested in something new. What are 4 o'clock flowers? Can you send a picture?

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    What are you willing to share. I am interested in anything fun and new that will survive in the Pacific NW. I have plenty of seeds to share. Whatcha got?

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    interested here in OK..what you looking for?

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    there is some info on the 4 oclocks on the web.

    I picked alot of seeds from my plants last year. I have them coming up all over my yard. lol. I have alot of seeds left if someone wants to give them a shot. I just soaked them for a couple days and then put them in the ground and watered them. This pic is not of the ones i had but they are similar.

    I do not have all the stats on this beautiful flower but I do know they smell wonderful and are usuallly closed during the day and open in the evenings when it starts to cool down some.

    I will trade some out if anyone wants them...
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    I can't wait, I sent a PM'd you my address and Columbine seeds will be in the mail tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anna.425
    I can't wait, I sent a PM'd you my address and Columbine seeds will be in the mail tomorrow.
    and i pm;d you. lol. I will also put mine in the mail tomorrow. make sure you include instructions please, I did not know you could resead a columbine...

    Thank you...

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    Fidgety I also have Four O clocks and they are beautiful and smell very good, Hummingbirds love them.

    I also have some moonflower also a night bloomer huge white flowers on a vine.

    Hummingbirds love my yard and are out all night long.

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    cool. I have never tried to get the hummingbirds here but as soon as the 4oclocks come up alittle more I am going to set out some feeders.

    I have dogs that run the back yard so most birds do not like our back yard when they are out there, but I am going to give it a try.
    My DH calls 4 oclocks..... 1600"s. lol..

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    I sure would like to trade seeds with anyone. I have fushia colored 4:oo's. Also have Laquit tree (not sure of spelling) and collard seed. PM me.

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    hi,


    Did you ever get your 4 oclock seeds? I sure hope so.. hope they grew for you.
    Theresa

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