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Re: seed sources

I've tried off and on since you posted your question. I found that there
are 9,708 offers under the heading of seeds. However, I can't view any
details or bid. Every one I click comes up "unable to connect to remote
host". I tried other categories too, like Harmony Kingdom - found
something I would love to bid on, but I get the same message, and with
only 5 hrs left I may not get the chance.

Anyway, if you are able to get through, I don't think there would be any
real drawbacks re getting seeds on ebay. I have bought and sold from
individuals via Amazon with only positive results. I would expect most
people on ebay are just as honorable. The only hitch I see would be if
you wanted to buy several items, it might be hard to coordinate the
purchase to be from one supplier and able to write a single check -
unless of course you use something like paypal. Fortunatley it looked
like most people included free shipping.


-------Original Message-------
From: Donna <justme@prairieinet.net>
Sent: 02/04/03 07:11 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: [CHAT] seed sources

> Curious if any of you have been browsing e-bay lately. Many interesting 
seeds are offered. Anyone care to share their experiences with buying 
them off e-bay?


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