Seeds forum: Marigolds for Sase

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Biyuwolf
Aug 15, 2011 10:20 AM CST
I have far too many marigold seeds so I'm gonna give them away for Sase

Message me for the address post any questions here please?

In full sun these are orange with red in shade there a burnt orange from what I understand they are technically edible
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Onewish1
Aug 15, 2011 9:02 PM CST

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nice!!

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Biyuwolf
Aug 16, 2011 6:59 PM CST
Would you like some?
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Onewish1
Aug 16, 2011 7:29 PM CST

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sure!.. thanks!

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Biyuwolf
Aug 17, 2011 10:18 AM CST
Pm sent (once more hope I explained it well--I had a poor experience elsewhere where someone SAID Sase about 4-5 times then proceded to flip out when I explained that they were missing some things --I am now thinking I should have just sent by standard mail and kept the extra stamp even tho it was against that places rules say that I thought it fair because of there overreaction and likelyness to toss the seeds soley because they weren't in a bubble and of course there making me do extra work)
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Onewish1
Aug 17, 2011 5:13 PM CST

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wow really??.. guess I am too laid back for that as well Big Grin

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Biyuwolf
Aug 18, 2011 3:00 PM CST
I left them a bad review they left me a bad review I ended up posting both my explanation and there overreaction to it on both reviews --and that was my 3rd bad experience with them I think I've given them enough chances that I'll NEVER trade with them again he'll they even seemed PROUD of there overreaction on the bad review I left them! But meh I guess it was worth getting a serious yelling at having a gift called garbage and overall being treated like rubbish to learn NOT to trade with that person
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Onewish1
Aug 18, 2011 5:21 PM CST

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I have even sent sase that were just a normal envelope and the seeds were fine.. no need to get mental about it.. esp when they are free Big Grin but most of the time I either just take a small piece of bubble wrap and put it around the pack.. or paper towels.. it's all good
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kqcrna
Aug 18, 2011 5:35 PM CST

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I'd never act like that, either. I've even gotten unripe, immature seeds in trade. I just thank the trader because I assume she did her best and just didn't know better. Rookie mistake, but mistakes happen. Benefit of the doubt, I assume that person meant well.

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Onewish1
Aug 18, 2011 5:39 PM CST

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I have also received "evening primrose" seeds.. other wise known as weeds.. the tall yellow ones that grow in ditches.. was thinking I was growing a pretty primrose Rolling on the floor laughing nope.. after I realized what they were.. I said to myself.. no wonder they grew so well

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Biyuwolf
Aug 18, 2011 8:31 PM CST
Odd I have some of it too I haven't grown it yet there's another thing that I have the Latin name for yet looking it up it looks like a weed to this area so I'm trying not to grow it outside from seeds withought first testing it inside to see if I'm right another thing that's from a Sase grab bag is a flowering tobacco that I'm hesitant to grow --my mom actually thought someone would mistake tomatoes and peppers for marijuana! No I'm not kidding --she dosent even know WHAT marijuana LOOKS like! well I'll tell you about the only thing in common is that there green

On bad seeds I got some that I later found out had weevils in them and some that weren't correctly dryed and got mouldy after a few months in the plastic bags they were sent in (I'll store in plastic but only after I feel it's fully dry that includes over a week let out to dry)

--yes Sase offer is open I'll let y'all know if I have to close it
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risingcreek
Aug 25, 2011 12:48 PM CST
i would love to have some, please tell me what to do. (if any are still available) marigolds are such cheerful flowers!

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Biyuwolf
Aug 25, 2011 10:14 PM CST
Trust me there's plenty out there (flowers are still blooming and I have a ziploc (sandwich) that's like a quarter full from these

Here's how I try to do things if you don't understand ASK before you send ok?

2 options

1 you send a regular mailer standard Sase 1 stamp out/back

2 is you send a bubble then inside it include 2 stamps and something with you're address so I can put it on and let the postal people know where it goes

The bubble should only cost 88 cents or 2 stamps to get out here if they charge you more THEY ARE WRONG! Ask them about the thickness template it should also weigh in UNDER 1 oz (some are heavy like a 2 I think it was that was an ounce alone) the seeds I add will be under an ounce

Pm me for address and in mailing please send a note that it's for the marigolds I'll get it back out as soon as I get it

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