Ask a Question forum→rules for use, etc

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Lyons, Georgia 30436 USA
Mar 18, 2018 10:51 AM CST
I may be overlooking the guidelines/rules for using this website. Please direct me or give me info. I do not have a lot of plants/seeds to swap at this time. If there are those who have starters, seeds, plants, etc to get them must I have something in return. Years ago, prior to her death in 2004, my sister was a member of several sites and would receive plants startings, seeds, etc from all of over the world. Sometimes she would have to send a stamped, self addressed envelope or pay postage upon receipt. She was disabled and this was one of her highlights receiving these and we would help her plant them in her garden area outside her window where she was
able to enjoy them as they bloomed.

Any suggestions, advise, info would be greatly appreciated. I am in Southeast Georgia, USA and it is Zone 8b : 15 to 20 (F).

Name: Lin Vosbury
Sebastian, Florida (Zone 10a)

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Mar 18, 2018 1:15 PM CST

If you are looking for someone to send seeds/plants for postage, you can watch the Plant and Seed Trading Forum here: Members do at times have extra's that they offer for postage only.

If you have something to trade, you can start a thread by scrolling all the way to the bottom of that page and entering a Subject and then in the message box, list what you have to trade and what you are looking for in return.

Hope this helps and Happy Gardening!

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