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RE: Help please

Well, here I am again.  Sure I found the Snail Vine, but at $6.99 for 4
seeds? Ouch!  Ceres, unless your friend is just interested in seed, I think
she might be smarter to buy a plant or two and collect her own seed.  T&M
says it's midway between easy and difficult and that seed should be

Avant Gardens has plants for $5.95
Crownsville Nursery $6.95
Parks & Parks Countryside: 3 plants for $20
Jackson & Perkins- ye-owch! $16.95 each
Logee's: $9-15, depending on size.


> [Original Message]
> From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Date: 3/5/2003 7:38:20 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] Help please
> I need some help.  A MG friend needs Vigna caracalla (Snail vine) seed.
> Seed ran out.  Anyone know of a source? 
>     Ceres

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