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SEED EXCHANGE: Looking for Egyptian Spinach seeds

Post  dstack on 6/3/2017, 11:02 am

Looking for Egyptian Spinach seeds in exchange for Longevity Spinach cuttings, and/or seeds of: 

New Zealand Spinach 
Malibar Spinach
Molten Fire Amaranth
Yellow Amaranth
Callaloo Red Amaranth
Black Beauty Tomato
Dwarf Moringa tree 
California Wonder Peppers

All are non-GMO. I have many more seeds available if non of these appeal to you.  Very Happy
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Post  sanderson on 6/4/2017, 1:53 am

I had to look it up. Looks good for hot zones.

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Post  dstack on 6/4/2017, 8:55 am

@sanderson wrote:I had to look it up.  Looks good for hot zones.
Exactly!  And super nutritious and tasty, as well as easy to grow, according to John Kohler and others.  Here's one of the many videos John talks about it. In this particular video he tàlks about 5 plants which do well in 100+ degree heat.  


There are a couple of others he mentions that I don't have but would love to include in this exchange:  

1) Roselle hibiscus
2) Surinam spinach 
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